I Will Teach You Love
September 16, 2015 A.D.
September 16, 2015 A.D.
Our Lady in Medjugorje wants to teach us love. This is too often misunderstood to mean toleration instead of love.
At this moment, the priests present on Apparition Mountain are giving a blessing, sealing all present with the mark of God’s love before they return to their homes. In the midst of a sea of men, this young girl stands out not because of what is written on her shirt, but because what is written on her shirt is seen in her desire; she is drinking in prayer, taking her fill of peace, feeling love. How many youth today thirst for real love and don’t know what it is, how to find it, or how to give it. Incredibly, this young woman chose to wear this shirt, bearing a message that teaches others of Jesus’ love. She became a visible sign of what Heaven wants to show the world. Our Lady, seeing this girl before Her today said,
Real love, is Jesus. Jesus is Truth. Truth is Freedom. We will only find true freedom in truth, which is found only in Jesus, the real Love. The same truth that drove out the money-changers in the Temple, is the same love that is Jesus. In today's world there are many who hate the sinner because they tolerate the sin. True love would not tolerate the sin.
As Our Lady's apostles, we should carry the message in our words and actions that, “Jesus Loves You, He Loves you too much to allow you to remain what you are.” Be a witness with our life that there is a better way to follow, a way of love, truth and freedom.
In case you missed it, the special Radio WAVE report with a Friend of Medjugorje tells of where the battle is to be fought today. It is an important teaching tool for Our Lady’s apostles and to spread to others. To listen or download the special titled, You Think You’re Helping but You’re Hurting, visit here
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