Christ's Hands Tied
Lourdes Pinto — August 4, 2018
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Christ comes to us as a spouse, bound and rejected. He says that He needs us to take His mercy to all.
My Dear Sisters,
Saturday at our Mothers of the Cross Cenacle, the Lord wanted to come to us as Jesus bound by the hands and sentenced to die. This statue was brought by Zilkia to our Cenacle, it is a pilgrim statue from the Trinitarians used to pray for persecuted Christians. As you gaze at the image, remember the words from our Blessed Mother to the MOC concerning our mystical bridal gown: Around your waist is a rope. This represents the rope tied around Jesus' hands during His trial. You unbound Him with your love and the rope, now around you, symbolizes your union with Him in His agony and crucifixion. Through Him, with Him and in Him you will help unbound many souls, especially priests, from the bondage of sin.
Below are the words Jesus placed in my heart during adoration for the MOC:
I need you. I need each of you to bring My tenderness in mercy to the world. It is love, manifested through the tenderness of God, that has the power to touch the hardened hearts of many souls. My little ones, learn from Mary, the Mother of God and your Mother. Her tenderness is manifested in Her silence as the love and mercy of God radiates from her gaze. Her gaze is the gaze of God and her gaze has the power to penetrate the darkness of Satan. God the Father desires that each of you become the gaze of Mary upon the earth.
How my Lord do we become Mary’s gaze?
By learning to live My tenderness through silence. My little ones, the eyes are the window of the heart and it is I who dwells in your hearts. You must believe that through your fiats to be My victim souls I have taken My abode in your hearts. Allow My merciful love to radiate through your gaze through the power of silence. The power of God radiated through Mary through the power of her silence. Remember what I taught you about silence.
May we REMAIN in SILENCE GAZING into the Heart of Jesus as we participate in His SILENT CRY for souls.