Book Review (By a soul) – Intimate Messages From Heaven – The Story Of Holy Love Ministries – By Wayne Weible
Holy Love Ministry
May 28, 2016
“I am your Jesus, born Incarnate.”
“The seasons are changing. Spring is opening onto summer. In the Ministry,* the seasons are changing, as well. We are moving from a season of doubts and unanswered innuendos, to a season of belief and awareness that mistakes – grave mistakes – have been made in regards to evaluating Heaven’s intervention here.”**
“I give credit where credit is due. The book Wayne (Weible) authored*** will open many hearts to the reality of the abuse that has come against this Mission of Holy Love.**** Unfairness is an understatement. Every effort has been made to misrepresent the Truth.”
“So, as we open onto this beautiful season of acceptance and belief, understand Satan’s angst and pray for protection against his attacks. Seek the refuge of Our United Hearts. Our protection is greater than his fury.”
* The ecumenical Ministry of Holy and Divine Love at Maranatha Spring and Shrine.
** The apparition site at Maranatha Spring and Shrine.
*** Weible, Wayne. Intimate Messages from Heaven – The Story of Holy Love Ministries. 2016.
**** The ecumenical Mission of Holy and Divine Love at Maranatha Spring and Shrine.
COMMENT (by a soul):
The author of the new book on Holy Love Ministries, Wayne Weible, will be speaking at 1:15pm at Maranatha Spring and Shrine, on Sunday, June 5th. This is just prior to the public apparition of Jesus and Mary at 3pm on the same day. Here is the flyer for all the prayer services and times that weekend. Please also see the message link for more information (directions, etc.). God bless!
Weible, Wayne. Intimate Messages from Heaven – The Story of Holy Love Ministries. 2016.
Paperback: 123 pages
Publisher: New Hope Press (May 25, 2016)
Can be purchased online in the U.S. at Holy Love Ministries:
Can be purchased online in the U.S. at Amazon.com:
This is the story of Holy Love Ministries from its beginning to the present time. It contains many witnesses both from the people who volunteer at Holy Love Ministries and the many pilgrims who visit and have experienced spiritual and physical healings. The book also includes the author’s objective journalist investigation into Holy Love Ministries and the conclusions he has drawn from visiting the grounds many times.
Wayne Weible is a former newspaper publisher and columnist who became interested in the alleged apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to six young Croatians in the tiny farming village of Medjugorje in Bosnia-Hercegovina, in October 1985. He has authored ten books on his experiences and investigations of the reported apparitions, all which have become international best sellers. His most recent books on Medjugorje are, Medjugorje the Last Apparition and Medjugorje and the Eucharist. His latest book, Intimate Messages from Heaven is about Holy Love Ministries, located in Ohio. The first is titled, Medjugorje: The Message with more than one million copies sold in the US and an estimated 500,000 copies in other languages around the world. (Paraclete Press, September 1989). Medjugorje: The Message is still the top-selling book internationally on the Medjugorje apparitions. Weible spends most of his professional time writing and lecturing on the phenomenon of Medjugorje, traveling throughout the world and the United States. In the past 25 years, he has lectured on this phenomenon in virtually every major city in the U.S., and most cities in Canada. He has also appeared on numerous national, regional and local television and radio programs. Weible converted to the Roman Catholic Church in December, 1991; however, he continues to emphasize that the messages coming from the Virgin Mary in Medjugorje is for all faiths, not just for Catholics — or for that matter just for Christians. Weible has traveled to Medjugorje over 125 times and is personally acquainted with all of the visionaries. He is married and lives with his wife in the mountains of North Georgia, in the small town of Hiawassee. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, with a degree in Journalism. He is the father of six children.