December 5, 2008
Ezra (The Angel of Mercy and Love)

The angel Ezra comes. He says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

Then he said that Jesus sends him (Ezra) to dictate new meditations on the mysteries of the rosary centering on the Divine Will.


I. The Annunciation
“Through Mary's complete and perfect union with the Father's Eternal Divine Will, the Archangel Gabriel saw in Her a perfect dwelling place for the Incarnation of Divine Love. St. Gabriel recognized Mary as the one God had chosen to be the Mother of God. And so, he approached Her. Mary, who always acted in and through Divine Love, accepted God's Will for Her.”

II. The Visitation
“The Divine Word implanted deep within Her womb, Mary sets out in response to the Archangel's message to visit Her cousin Elizabeth. Wherever Mary goes, whatever She says, thinks or does, She is in complete union with God's Divine Will. Now, even more so, with the Divine Will alive within Her womb, She never questions even though She encounters many hardships along the way.”

III. The Nativity
“Mary gives birth to the Incarnate Word–the Divine Will of God–in the humblest of surroundings–a stable. She and Joseph suffer rejection when trying to find more suitable dwelling. How often in today's world the Divine Will is rejected by free will. The only adornments the Divine Will seeks in the world is a loving heart of every person. But how often the door of the human heart rejects God's Will.”

IV. The Presentation
“It was God's Divine Will that Simeon and Anna, present in the temple that day, recognized the Infant Jesus as the long-awaited Savior. Open to God's Providing Will, they welcomed Him as such, and Simeon prophesied as he held the Eternal Word in his arms.”

V. The Finding of Jesus in the Temple
“God's Will is sometimes a cross–sometimes a victory. Mary and Joseph suffered the cross of losing Jesus for three days. They were not angry, but surrendered to the cross by accepting it. They patiently waited on God's Will to be shown to them in its entirety. The victory came when they found Jesus in the temple.”

December 6, 2008
Ezra (The Angel of Mercy and Love)

The angel Ezra comes. He says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

He dictated the following rosary meditations centering on the Divine Will:


I. Agony in the Garden
“Even the Son of God surrendered completely – perfectly – to His Father's Divine Will. In the Garden at Gethsemane, Jesus surrendered His Will to the Eternal Divine Will, not begrudgingly, but with Divine Love. He was not above asking the Father to suspend the fateful suffering that lie ahead. But in the end, Jesus accepted His Father's Will. God's Will, though it may seem bitter at times, is never without consolation. In the Garden after Jesus accepted His Father's Will, an angel came to comfort Him.”

II. The Scourging
“Once Jesus accepted His Father's Will in the Garden, he did not look back with regret. He accepted the biting blows of the scourging, knowing many souls depended on His surrender to God's Will in the name of Divine Love.”

III. The Crowning with Thorns
“Humiliation such as Jesus endured as He was crowned with thorns can only be endured without complaint through deep humility. In this Mystery, humility and love are most evident together, as Jesus could have stopped this persecution at any time. His love for His Father's Will would not permit Him to do so.”

IV. Carrying of the Cross
“Jesus knew every fall, every pain was used by His Father in Heaven for the good of souls. Under the weight of the Cross, Jesus became an instrument of His Father's Divine Will. Every step was a step into deeper Divine Love.”

V. The Crucifixion
“It was not the nails that held Jesus to the Cross, but His love for His Father's Will in the present moment. He could have come down from the Cross at any time. But He held in His Heart a depth of love for the Eternal Divine Will beyond all telling.”

December 7, 2008
Ezra (The Angel of Mercy and Love)

The angel Ezra comes. He says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

He dictates the following rosary meditations centering on the Divine Will:


I. The Baptism of Jesus
“Jesus submitted with humility to being baptized by John. John's mission was to call the people to repentance so as to prepare the way for Jesus' coming. Today it is God's Will that people repent once again and make reparation for all the evil in the world. God offers the world, through this mission, a covenant of Divine Love, which opens the way to Divine Mercy and prepares the way for the Lord's second coming.”

II. The Miracle at Cana
“At the request of His Mother, Jesus performed His first miracle by changing the water into wine. Holy Mary is so perfectly united with God's Divine Will, She knows what to ask of Her Beloved Son and how to ask for it.”

III. The Spreading of the Gospel Message
“God's Will accompanies these messages of Holy and Divine Love wherever they are taken. These messages are the essence of the gospel message–to love God above all else and neighbor as self. These messages are God's Will for all mankind.”

IV. The Transfiguration
“God, in His Infinite Wisdom, allowed the miracle of the Transfiguration so as to secure the faith of the apostles there present–in difficult times ahead–and their faith was sorely tested. Today God has given the doubting world Mary, Refuge of Holy Love and Protectress of the Faith as a Refuge and Shelter during profoundly evil times.”

V. The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus
“More than any truth, the world needs to accept the Truth of Jesus alive in the Holy Eucharist. For herein lies God's Divine Will, which is all Truth.”

December 8, 2008
Ezra (The Angel of Mercy and Love)

The angel Ezra comes. He says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

He dictates the following rosary meditations centering on the Divine Will:


I. The Resurrection
“The Lord's triumphant rising from the dead was His visible victory over sin and death. He opened the Gates of Heaven at that moment to all people–all nations. He could have appeared in His Resurrected Glory to all those who opposed Him in His public ministry. But it was the Father's Divine Will that He show Himself to the ones who loved Him. The Divine Will always honors and is present in the hearts of those who love Jesus.”

II. The Ascension
“The Lord's Ascension was His glorious return to Heaven in victory. This victory was in and through the Divine Will of the Eternal Father. The Eternal Now embraced His Son in a pure love such as no man has known or ever will know. The cycle of Divine Love was completed–the humble birth, the obstacles to the gospel message, the Passion and Death, the Resurrection and finally Jesus' triumphant return to Heaven. Every moment was God's Divine Will.”

III. The Descent of the Holy Spirit
“Suddenly the early Church was strengthened through the Divine Will by the power of the Holy Spirit. Fear left the hearts of the apostles, and they were not afraid to proclaim the good news. The Divine Will is reaching out now through these messages to a world drowning in self-love. Yet many reject the outstretched hand asking for others to first approve it.”

IV. The Assumption
“Mary, who lived most completely and perfectly Divine Love, was allowed by the Will of the Eternal Father to be assumed into Heaven body and soul. She was already so intimately united with the Father's Will, that Paternal Love could no longer bear to be separated from Her by time or space.”

V. The Coronation
“In Heaven Mary mounts the throne–Her rightful inheritance as Queen of Heaven and earth. Her crown is the Father's Eternal Divine Will–Her throne the union of Her Immaculate Heart with the Heart of All Love–the Heart of God the Father.”