If You Only Knew What Makes For Peace- Recognizing The Time Of Our Visitation

Today’s Consuming Fire
Meditation- – A Daily Dose of the Flame of Love Diary Served Up with Today’s

Thursday of the Thirty Third Week of
Ordinary Time

If You Only Knew What Makes For Peace-
Recognizing The Time Of Our Visitation

During the Forty Hours Devotion, I went to the Máriaremete Sanctuary to prepare my soul for the nocturnal adoration. The crowd’s fervor had a wonderful effect on my soul. After an hour, my soul recovered its peace after the interior disturbances in the morning. I rejoiced to see a large crowd offering reparation and adoration. The Lord Jesus said:

Jesus: “I have pity on the crowd.” (Elizabeth/Jesus) (June 4, 1962)

Today’s Readings: As Jesus drew near Jerusalem,
he saw the city and wept over it, saying,
“If this day you only knew what makes for peace–
but now it is hidden from your eyes. (Luke

Prayer Meditation- In the reading from the spiritual diary of Elizabeth Kindelmann, we read how it took some time for her to settle down at Adoration and recover her peace after an interior disturbance earlier in the day. We can all relate- how many interior and exterior disturbances do we all experience that disturb our peace? And we may think that allowing these disturbances is not even close to the rejection of Our Lord by His people who knew Him not (John1) but is it really that far apart? Because if we knew what makes for peace we would not allow these disturbances to enter our soul- Our Lord tells us, do not let our hearts be troubled in John 14 but to trust in Him! The key word is let, as in not letting ourselves be troubled, because no matter our circumstances You see us, have pity on us, and even weep over us and with us when we are weeping. So let us not allow disturbances to hide from the eyes of our hearts Your Presence in our lives even if we may not always feel it.

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