Pearls of Wisdom

Vol. 37 No. 46 - Beloved Mother Mary - November 13, 1994



Excerpt from a Dictation by Beloved Mother Mary
given at the Royal Teton Ranch at the Conclusion
of the Mother’s Day Service on May 11, 1987


Know, beloved, that I have...appeared in the Queen of Peace. For peace is a pillar of fire that is thrust as a sword in the very midst of Communist territory. Thus, it is a warning to World Communism that whereas my supposed representatives in the Vatican have not challenged their presence, lo, I, Mary, have challenged it!  Except you receive Him as a little child, ye shall in no wise enter in.

Beloved, the message is plain.  There is one thing they cannot control—neither myself nor the hearts of those whose minds are stayed upon me. Blessed ones, Medjugorje has become as a figure-eight flow where so many hearts give attention to me that the Light may descend as judgment.

Understand, blessed ones, that I have come there to prepare this people for calamities to come. The simple of heart need to be reminded of their original faith. To deliver to them a message beyond that which they comprehend within the supposed security of the Church would only serve to neutralize the message and their opinions of its authenticity. Thus, to depart from scripture or canon would be to obviate the very purpose of my coming, which is to draw a tremendous devotion of people of every faith to the heart of God and the Divine Mother, that in this sacred tie to heaven they might pass through a darkness to come.

Blessed ones, I came there to prepare them also for the transition. Many souls may be taken unless a great divine intervention does take place by your hand and heart and oneness in this Community. Thus, realize, to the simple of heart a simple message when lived does mean a great increase of Light that shall prepare them in the appropriate hour to know the higher Truth of the Holy Spirit that is given to you to know.



Note:  Mother Mary began appearing to six youths in Medjugorje in 1981. This dictation was delivered in 1987, four years before the ethnic warfare broke out in Bosnia-Herzegovina (formerly part of Yugoslavia). Serbia invaded Croatia in June 1991 and expanded its offensive into Bosnia in March 1992. An estimated 250,000 have died in the warring among Croats, Serbs and Muslims; and more than one million have been left homeless.