Public Message from Our Lady of Emmitsburg
To the World
through Gianna Sullivan
December 4, 2005
Little children, praised be Jesus!
Little ones, I am with you; and I take all of you and wrap you in my
mantle. I take all of your beloved ones, those living by you and
those living at a distance. Wherever they are, they are all special to God.
How grateful I am to see such faith and hope in people who desire to
be committed to the Truth and devoted to my Son. Regardless of your
walk in life, God is present and He desires you to be one with Him.
Focus, my little ones, with all your hearts; focus on God. Today is
a time of great Joy in this season; and yet, there are so many
people across the entire world so confused and frustrated, as if in
a maze trying to find their way out, looking but not knowing where
to turn. So many people are in need of Love, the Love which you
have in your hearts. A new tomorrow begins through this Love, and
Peace comes through unity, not by trying to destroy those who do good works.
Pray for my Church, the Church founded on the Rock of Peter, a
Church which is in tremendous need of Love.
I take all of your petitions to my most Sorrowful and Immaculate
Heart; and in this season I pray for you and will intercede to my
Son and to God the Father. I pray that my little Son, my little
Jesus, the Christchild, will brighten the days of your lives.
Peace to you. Come, all are welcome! All are invited. Do not
fear, but come. Thank you for your response. I remain with you, as
does my Son. Noel!
May the Peace and the blessing of God the Father, the Son & the Holy
Spirit be upon you, engraved and branded in your hearts for all eternity.
Reflection on the December 4, 2005 Message
During this Advent and Christmas season, the Mother of God stresses
the importance of Love. She seems to say that ONLY Love can solve
our problems. People are confused, living in a maze, not knowing
which way to turn. Love provides enlightenment and direction for
them. Love naturally generates unity and peace. Love enables us to
focus on God, not on our selfish interests. Mother Mary is full of
Love; Infant Jesus is born of Pure Love. We, too, must be totally
imbued with Love.
(Fr. John B. Wang)