The Lady of Guadalupe-the Mother of God’s Words of Comfort (1531)

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Mary The Mother of God at Guadalupe

Mary, the Mother of God’s words of comfort are still as relevant today in 2010 than they were in 1531 when she appeared in a vision to St Juan Diego at  Guadalupe, Mexico and uttered them.

These words of comfort are below and I believe that you cannot read them without feeling comforted by God’s great love for us shown through his own mother, who is also our spiritual mother in Heaven and wishes only our good and our salvation.

Note-The word ‘here’ relates to the shrine at Guadalupe where the miracolous image of Mary appeared on Juan Diego’s poncho and also to the blessed images themselves when reverently gazed upon.

May these words touch our hearts as we read them;

“Know for certain that I am the perfect and perpetual Virgin Mary, Mother of the true God.

Here I will show and offer all my love, my compassion, my help and protection to the people. I am your meciful Mother, the Mother of all who love me, of those who cry to me, of those who have confidence in me. Here I will hear their weeping and their sorrows , their necessities and misfortunes.

Listen and let it penetrate your heart.

Do not be troubled or weighed down with grief.

Do not fear any illness or vexation, anxiety or pain.

Am I not here who am your Mother!

Are you not under my shadow and protection?

Am I not your fountian of life?

Are you not in the folds of my mantle and in the crossing of my arms?

Is there anything more you need?”

The key to true lasting peace is trust in Mary’s help for she is the mother of Jesus, the mother of grace.

How can we fail to trust in our mother, the Queen of peace who gave birth to the Prince of Peace himself.

May Mary, the lady of Guadalupe, through her powerful intercession with her Divine Son pray for us, protect us and intercede for all our needs today and always. Amen.

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