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Paul Bellett
11th April 2008, 09:48 PM
Mary - the Heiress of the Merits of Christ - 'Mystical City of God' - Chapter IX

According to the vision of Christ's last moments on the Cross by Venerable Mary of Agreda, Jesus made an interior prayer addressed to his eternal Father, before speaking the biblical phrases on the cross recorded by the Evangelists. She calls it a prayer but in reality it was a last bequest, will or testment to consign his possessions (Amassing of spiritual riches and treasures - since he didn't have any materialistic ones, such as money etc..).
Thus Mary was made the Executor of his last will and testament. She was to execute his will and was to distribute all the treasures acquired and due to her Son as God on account of his infinite merits.
This meant that She was to be the Treasurer and Dispenser off all the goods in heaven and on earth. Whatever she ordains and disposes in the Church for Jesus's children, the sons of men, shall be confirmed by the three divine Persons; and what whatever She shall ask for mortals now and afterwards and forever, We shall concede according to her will and wishes.

The reprobate therefore misses out on this inheritance and of Jesus's salvation, which has the condition that all follow him and profit from his redemption.
So on the Day of Consolation, the rewards given to us by Jesus through his merits, through Mary as being the Executor of these gifts, are freely available
to us, but certainly not to those who choose to live the life of a sinful reprobate.

Mary's Child
14th April 2008, 01:19 AM
Mary - the Heiress of the Merits of Christ - 'Mystical City of God' - Chapter IX

According to the vision of Christ's last moments on the Cross by Venerable Mary of Agreda, Jesus made an interior prayer addressed to his eternal Father, before speaking the biblical phrases on the cross recorded by the Evangelists. She calls it a prayer but in reality it was a last bequest, will or testment to consign his possessions (Amassing of spiritual riches and treasures - since he didn't have any materialistic ones, such as money etc..).
Thus Mary was made the Executor of his last will and testament. She was to execute his will and was to distribute all the treasures acquired and due to her Son as God on account of his infinite merits.
This meant that She was to be the Treasurer and Dispenser off all the goods in heaven and on earth. Whatever she ordains and disposes in the Church for Jesus's children, the sons of men, shall be confirmed by the three divine Persons; and what whatever She shall ask for mortals now and afterwards and forever, We shall concede according to her will and wishes.

The reprobate therefore misses out on this inheritance and of Jesus's salvation, which has the condition that all follow him and profit from his redemption.
So on the Day of Consolation, the rewards given to us by Jesus through his merits, through Mary as being the Executor of these gifts, are freely available
to us, but certainly not to those who choose to live the life of a sinful reprobate.


Wouldn't someone who were to seriously renounce his sins and truly become contrite feel consolation on Easter?

Ron Conte
14th April 2008, 02:57 AM
Wouldn't someone who were to seriously renounce his sins and truly become contrite feel consolation on Easter?

Yes, the repentant will be consoled.
The reprobate are those who sin seriously and refuse to repent.

garabandalg
14th April 2008, 02:16 PM
Beautiful ideas, indeed.

Now nobody would willingly and knowingly turn down an inheritance of riches, but that is exactly what the reprobates will do, because they will not see the inheritance offered by God as treasures at all. Their "treasure" will be material, secular and very temporary.

In effect, true contrition and sorrow for sins is a realization of the true value of Christ's treasured inheritance offered to us and the painful emptiness of not being included in that inheritance due to one's sin. I believe that one cannot feel true contrition for sin until one accepts that Christ's treasure is the only one with any eternal value.

Shane
19th May 2008, 07:04 PM
I have a bit of difficulty grasping the second secret. Will the repentant receive consolation instantaneously, like the warning, or will it be more of a gradual consolation as the day goes by?

Ron Conte
19th May 2008, 08:21 PM
I have a bit of difficulty grasping the second secret. Will the repentant receive consolation instantaneously, like the warning, or will it be more of a gradual consolation as the day goes by?

It is not clear because not much has been said by the visionaries about the second secret.

I think that it will be a rather sudden event, like the Warning, and that it will have a lasting effect for many hours and days and beyond.

Shane
19th May 2008, 08:36 PM
Then if it may be a sudden event during that day, the time of it might be revealed in advance by the Medjugorje visionaries, akin to the warning, perhaps?

Ron Conte
19th May 2008, 10:51 PM
Then if it may be a sudden event during that day, the time of it might be revealed in advance by the Medjugorje visionaries, akin to the warning, perhaps?

I suppose so.

I don't know what the timing is of the event during that day.
Since Jesus rose from the dead very early in the morning, at first light, just before sunrise, perhaps this event will have the same timing. That would mean that it will not occur everywhere on earth at the same moment, but that it will sweep across the world with the first light before the dawn.

Mario
20th May 2008, 12:26 AM
Beautiful ideas, indeed.

...In effect, true contrition and sorrow for sins is a realization of the true value of Christ's treasured inheritance offered to us and the painful emptiness of not being included in that inheritance due to one's sin. I believe that one cannot feel true contrition for sin until one accepts that Christ's treasure is the only one with any eternal value.

garabandalg,

I appreciate your words. Well said.

Safe in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary!