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  1. Nina Aniskowicz
    Sep 18, '09 6:17 pm
    Nina Aniskowicz
    God, You are everything I have. I took to you , I ask you, I thank you, I appreciate you, my saffering is nothing comparing to Lord Jesus Christ. He gave eaqual goft to all mankind, not asking for much, only to fallow and keep 10 comendmants. Help me to be able to fallow you, in it. I am searching for a good friend in Phoenix, if you wish please answer me , my Lord. You loved me first so I do too. Be my lord always and help me to stay with God and always incorage me to look for a God in my life, specially in everyperson on my way, who I met or will meet. God safe me, God help me , God forgive
  2. Galilea
    Aug 25, '09 6:55 am
    Lord Father of love and mercy thank You. I am humbled by your love and mercy, continue to hold me and guide me.
    Venerable Solanus Casey intercede for my prayers.
  3. Galilea
    May 28, '09 7:33 am
    Prayer is such a merciful gift the Lord has given us. It is an elevated, almost perfect form of communication. In this society today, prayer is an exquisite jewel, one of the brightest stars in our universe, a life line of love. As I meditate on the communication Job maintains with the Lord as he suffers, I find myself smiling with tenderness towards Job. He is in such enormous pain and yet he refuses to let go of the Lord ..His complaints are almost a praise, because he knows the power of his God, He knows the inmense power and love of his God and he refuses to accept anything but goodness from his God. So he complaints, fights, struggles, but never lets go of that constant communication with his Creator. This argument he holds is like an unbelical cord which his life depends on. To the Lord Job must of looked like a child whom has lost his mother and is in unconsolable despair. So at the end the Lord showes up to him, scolds him like his child that Job is, but then like a loving parent lifts him and with all His love and tenderness wipes his tears away. Oh I wonder how many times the Lord must of wanted to hold him, to pick him up and dissapear all his pains away. But He had to allow the experience to unfold to be able to richly gift his child at the end.
  4. Galilea
    Apr 16, '09 6:48 pm
    Hello my dear friends!!! It is good to hear from all of you. God Bless!!!!!!!
  5. Simon X
    Apr 16, '09 3:35 pm
    Simon X
    Hi Galilea, don't be a stranger ..John Simon
  6. grandma glor
    Apr 16, '09 9:55 am
    grandma glor
    I am so happy to be your friend
    grandma glor
  7. 244Rocket
    Apr 16, '09 7:52 am
    Galilea: Happy to be your friend and wish you the best.

  8. Galilea
    Apr 16, '09 6:01 am
    I am grateful to my Lord for all the blessings He has given me. When one goes through difficulties, one should REALLY stop and medidate, not on the problem, but what is it that the Lord wants us to learn through this trial. In what way does He want us to advance spiritually? When He takes something from us, He is trying to wake us up spiritually in an area of our lives. So we shall NOT dwell in the pain of our trial, but instead seek the obstacle that is blocking our spiritual growth and remove it. What we belive to be happinnes in our life, will probabbly have nothing to do with what our Creator has planned for our eternity. So let's keep in prayer, hope and faith during our trials, until the Lord reveals where it is that we should be growing spiritually.
  9. Eucharisted
    Mar 25, '09 11:39 pm
    O Jesus, I hide Galilea in the Wound of Your Left Hand; save her from disobedience!
    O Jesus, I hide Galilea in the Wound of Your Right Hand; save her from pride!
    O Jesus, I hide Galilea in the Wound of Your Left Foot; save her from gluttony!
    O Jesus, I hide Galilea in the Wound of Your Right Food; save her from lust!
    O Jesus, I hide Galilea in the Wound on Your Side; save her from ingratitude!
    O Jesus, I plunge Galilea into Your Most Sacred Heart; save her from all mortal sins!

    Mary, Mother of men, wrap your Mantle around Galilea, protect her from the devil, and obtain for her, by your powerful maternal prayers, the graces she needs for spiritual warfare and in her spiritual life.

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    "I will grant all that shall be asked of Me through the invocation of my Holy Wounds."

    "With my Wounds and my Divine Heart you can obtain all."


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