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This book is a compilation of several love-letters and other writings that were originally written by the author to an unnamed party associated with Our Lady of Medjugorje to convince hearts to embrace the messages of Our Lord and Our Lady at Holy Love Ministries (http://www.holylove.org).
This book provides a solid introduction into the spirituality of the United Hearts of Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary - the Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart - the Two Hearts of Holy Love and Divine Love.
The heavenly messages relied upon by the author may or may not be approved currently by the Catholic Church. However, the author believes in the genuine authenticity of the heavenly messages provided in this book, which has come about through much prayer to the Holy Spirit.
The author offers the words of His Holiness, Pope Urban VIII (1623-44) as a means of discernment for the reader:
“In cases which concern private revelations, it is better to believe than not to believe, for, if you believe, and it is proven true, you will be happy that you have believed, because our Holy Mother asked it. If you believe, and it should be proven false, you will receive all blessings as if it had been true, because you believed it to be true.”
All graces given by the Holy Spirit to the author are unmerited. The author offers this book as a continuation of these graces so God may bless others as the author has been blessed.
Although this book is written by a Catholic Christian, the intended audience is for all peoples of all faiths and non-believers.
It is the sincere hope of the author that all readers will be inspired by the spirituality contained within the book's pages, which the author believes comes directly from God’s Own Paternal Heart.
Readers are invited to visit the author's blog, www.MaryRefugeOfHolyLove.com to learn more.
bound: 170 pages
publisher: a soul; 1 edition (July 7, 2016)
filesize: 3737 KB