Our Blessed Mother promised Elizabeth Kindelmann that she would be Jesus’ match that world light up the world. “You see, beloved, you are like the match. My Divine Hands have lit you because I wanted this, and you will ignite the whole world like a single match because God wants it so.” We can all be candles of faith, forgiveness, hope and healing this Advent by reflecting and rejoicing in the good news of the Flame of Love Messages. The best way to understand and practice the revelations is by personal prayer and commitment to your cenacle.
Witnesses make the best teachers. When we share how the Flame of Love graced and guided us to a deeper love for Jesus and Mary, the Holy Spirit will stir into flame the presence, power and peace of Jesus in those we love and serve. Advent consoles us with the trust that Jesus has already redeemed us through his passion, death and resurrection. In addition, Advent challenges us to prepare for Christ coming for not only Christmas, but also more important when our Lord will come in glory to judge the living and the dead at the end of the world. Jesus warned Elizabeth and us: “Pass My words onto those concerned and plead with them not to impede this great river of grace which My Mother, through her Flame of Love, wants to run over the earth.”
At our Christmas Masses, we will process singing “O Come All You Faithful, Joyful and Triumphant.” For the Gospel proclaims that our Savior has been born in history and in our hearts through the gift of Baptism. As we sing, “Silent Night, Holy Night, all is calm, all is bright,” we confess our sins to this child in the manger whose name is “Wonder-Counselor, God-Hero, Father-Forever, and Prince of Peace.” In the Gloria, we join the choir of angels rejoicing that Jesus will train us “to reject godless ways and worldly desires and to live temperately, justly and devoutly in this age, as we await the blessed hope, the appearance of the glory of our great God and savior Jesus Christ.” Like the poor shepherds and wise kings, we come bearing our gifts and talents so that together with our Savior, we can bring “Joy to the World!”
Do you want your loved ones to join you in heaven? Prepare this Advent to renew your faith by becoming passionately Catholic. Baptism anoints us to sacrifice our lives, teach others and serve with the mind and heart of Jesus. Celebrating Mass and receiving the Sacraments of Holy Communion and Reconciliation will enable us to be the presence, power and peace of Jesus for our loved ones.
I praise God and thank you for offering your time and talents to spread the Flame of Love Heart-to Heart. May the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Immaculate Heart of Mary and God’s Powerful Spirit bless all humanity with miracles of healing and holiness to build a culture of life, love and peace.
A BLESSED CHRISTMAS AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR,
Jesus and Mary loves you and so do I,
Monsignor Ralph J. Chieffo