OUR LORD: “I bring the greetings of your Little Pebble – the one We believe in so implicitly, so lovingly, so wonderfully, so mysteriously, so sacramentally. Yes We believe in him this way because those with the true faith – the true faith - that has Me in all My Parts in My Infinity – you believe in the Little Pebble; you believe in his victory ... We are winning; We are revealing. It is indeed dark to light. There is much to be saddened over. There is much to complain about, but it is greater if you have joy, because joy quickens all these events. Joy helps us to be and appear to all, as fearless as We are. My little soldiers: let all these things come to pass and pray for your brothers and sisters in the Media and while working on their own, to reveal truth. They are with us too – they just are not as far as We are yet, because We know the Little Pebble – which is beyond telling in its might, in its knowledge and in its ability to bear the Cross – the full weight – with Me ... If you believe in the Little Pebble, unlike so many who stand with Us as We proceed with the Cross on Our Shoulders. If you believe in the Little Pebble you are indeed under with Me, My very Gibbet. You are with Me with the Mother of God and Jesus can forgive so many things because of this unity ...”
JESUS: “I am like the farmer in winter, looking over the expanse of his land and it looks so desolate, the sky, grey and lowered above him. He looks out at it, in the cold, his hand shaded over his eyes, despite the bleakness of the time, because there is yet a glare from an obscured sun, bouncing off the heavy snow. To anyone just passing, to the untrained eye, it is easy to say, where is the future, the fortune, the living in that? But to the farmer who has been through many seasons, who has been well-trained by his father before him, this winter is the promise of what is to come. The weather promises to be excellent for Spring and in the height of growing, this Winter and its cruel temperature killing off the germs and the bugs that wait to devour the land and its produce. The farmer understands what this weather does, all the components of this “bleak” time, appropriately rests the land and the farmer smiles ...”
THE MANY SACRAMENTALS GIVEN TO THE LITTLE PEBBLE BY OUR LADY OF THE ARK, MARY OUR MOTHER, HELP OF CHRISTIANS [See Original Post: http://littlepebble.org/2016/07/13/blessed-sacramentals-given-by-god/] 7th October 1983 – No. 66 OUR LADY’S TITLE – “Concerning […]
JESUS: “Peace my son, peace — be not troubled as all is going as it pleases Me. The World takes no notice of Our Words my son. There are many signs but no one takes notice so now I will send a greater sign from the Sun it will awaken mankind with a shock.”
WILLIAM COSTELLIA: Every soul on Earth has a sublime destiny to receive the inheritance of the Kingdom of God, to live in peace, love and happiness for eternity, with God. Every person has the same Gifts from God to be saved. We all have different roads to travel, but each path ends up on that hill, called Calvary, next to the two thieves. Choice and free will – which one are you: Gesmas or Dismas?
FEAST OF THE DIVINE MERCY 8 April 2018 WILLIAM COSTELLIA: After Mass Jesus appeared as The Divine Mercy — white and red rays were coming from His Chest. He greeted me with: JESUS: “Peace be […]
MALCOLM BROUSSARD: Why do some people find it so difficult to discern a Seer as sent by God? First, Our Lord is the model which gives meaning to the answer to this question. Saint Thomas Aquinas links the Virtue of Faith with the Gift of Understanding and the Beatitude: “Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall see God.” There is hidden within this triad the answer to the question above -- why people find it difficult to discern a Seer as sent by God. It also explains why people lose faith after they had once professed it so strongly. I hope to show the reader the similarity between the way Our Lord was treated -- with the way the Little Pebble is treated – and for the same reason: -- namely, their hearts were not clean. Therefore, the Gift of Understanding is impeded by the lack of charity; which fosters doubts against their own gift of faith ...