March 14, 2021
God The Father

Once again, I (Maureen) see a Great Flame that I have come to know as the Heart of God the Father. He says: “These days, I desire you consider your rosaries* as a source of peace.  When you pray the rosary or turn your hearts over to any prayer, you untie My Hands and allow Me to work in unprecedented ways during these most troubled times.  You cannot see the ‘pandemic' of evil that has consumed the heart of the world.  This ‘pandemic' has no earthly vaccine, but must be stopped with the conversion of hearts.  The disease of evil which consumes the heart of the world has many symptoms, but all of these symptoms are represented in the acceptance of evil in the world today.”

“A disease must be recognized in order to be treated.  I speak to this source,** today, to help the public recognize good from evil.  Do not allow the enemy of your salvation to discourage your prayers with his lies.  Pray your rosaries and all prayers from the heart.  I am listening.”

Read Philippians 4:4-7+

Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice. Let all men know your forbearance. The Lord is at hand. Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

+ Scripture verses asked to be read by God the Father. (Please note: all Scripture given by Heaven refers to the Bible used by the visionary. Ignatius Press – Holy Bible – Revised Standard Version – Second Catholic Edition.)

* The purpose of the Rosary is to help keep in memory certain principal events in the history of our salvation. There are four sets of Mysteries that center on the events of Christ's life: Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious and – added by Saint John Paul II in 2002 – the Luminous.  The Rosary is a Scripture-based prayer that begins with the Apostles' Creed; the Our Father, which introduces each mystery, is from the Gospels; and the first part of the Hail Mary prayer is the Archangel Gabriel’s words announcing Christ's birth and Elizabeth's greeting to Mary. St. Pius V officially added the second part of the Hail Mary.  The repetition in the Rosary is meant to lead one into restful and contemplative prayer related to each Mystery. The gentle repetition of the words helps us to enter into the silence of our hearts, where Christ's spirit dwells. The Rosary can be said privately or with a group.

** American Visionary, Maureen Sweeney-Kyle.