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An An Invitation to Love Jesus Newsletter Messages of Love May 2020

June, the month of Love
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in Thee

Newsletter this month
Our Newsletter, again this month, is simply the Messages of Love.  with a few other extra articles for June.  With all the restrictions currently in place, we are extremely limited in the work we can do and getting the Messages out is our main priority.  .
The Messages
Our beloved Jesus speaks to us again.  Truly, He will not leave us orphaned!  The Messages, as always, are full of guidance and advice for us in these times.  They also offer great hope that this time is soon coming to an end!  Our time of exile is almost over!
The Month of the Sacred Heart
June is a precious Month to us here in the House of Prayer.  It is when Jesus' Most Beautiful Heart is adored and glorified.  Perhaps a challenge to us all is to celebrate this Month by offering a little act of love to Jesus each day, or by pulling out a weed of unforgiveness or judgement or jealousy or greed etc and offer it to Our Lord this Month.  Let us share His Love to all we meet by bringing joy, not pain to those we encounter.  Let us pull back from that angry or impatient word and, instead, ask Jesus to Bless that person! 

Friday 3 July 2020
My children, abide in Me and, that way, I can abide in you. Abide in Me in little moments throughout your day: those moments that you wonder how you will fill; those moments when you choose empty things, fictitious things, that leave you empty and needing more.
These things do not fulfil you.
My children, sit with Me, be with Me as you would be with a friend in moments that cost you nothing but fill you with Eternity. Your heart is the place that I abide in, your heart is the spiritual part of you that I will meet you in, in the moments that you give to Me.
To abide, My children, is to stay.
4 "Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself unless it abides in the vine, so neither can you unless you abide in Me.
5 "I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me and I in him, he bears much fruit for, apart from Me you can do nothing.”
John 15:4-5

From the two Patricks...

The Bell Today, I heard the chapel bell ringing. It has rung for many years, calling the faithful to pray and to believe and to be fed and healed with the Body of Christ; a faithful God who gives of Himself to all who believe in Him. It seemed an empty ring, as I stood listening, a ring that was a lie, a toll for no one.  Just a reminder that a faithful God waited on His people but, the church would remain empty.  The bell was a symbol in days gone by, a warning; it had rung for joyful times and sad times.  It was a symbol for the faithful. No one would hear because Gods followers have decided that God could not heal us in this time of uncertainty, of sickness, of crippling fear.   The bell, in its empty ring, was not in vain for anyone who cared to listen to it.  It still held the stories of Him who came to save us.  The story of a boat that was gripped with fear, in which God slept.  The story of faithless and fearful followers who cried out to Him: "Save us, Lord; we are perishing!"  He said to them, "Why are you afraid, you men of little faith?" He rebuked the storm and the fear was gone.  All they had to do was cry out to Him and ask. People may also have heard the bell and felt scorn for a God who would allow this to happen.  Why does He not stop it, if He is God? If anyone cared to enter the church at the call of the bell, they might have seen the Cross that this “storm calmer” Died on.  Then, too, they scorned Him: “If You are the Son of God, come down from the Cross." He remained on the Cross for He had to do much more, even for those who mocked Him. Others, who heard the bell, gripped in fear, might whisper a prayer in the hope that this virus was a nightmare and they would soon wake up; a prayer that loved ones would be spared.  Even if they claim not to believe, they realise that we need “outside help” because we are not coping, science cannot help at this time.   We are bereft of the only One who can save us because we have removed Him from everywhere and, if we care to listen, He will say: 'Do not be afraid; I am the First and the Last and the Living One and I was Dead and behold, I am Alive forevermore and I have the keys of death and of hades.'  But the places that He has established here, are empty.   The bell has an empty ring.


Bridget O' Donnell


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