Mary, Our Lady of Medjugorje, to visionary, Ivan – Conference Message on November 9, 2019

Our Lady of Medjugorje
Message to visionary, Ivan
November 9, 2019

(Source: https://www.medjugorje.com/medjugorje-today/medjugorje-headlines/our-lady-starts-pointing-towards-christmas.html)

The following was given from Medjugorje visionary Ivan, while at a conference in the United States on November 9, 2019:

Dear Friends,

At this evening’s encounter with the Blessed Mother, I would like to describe and share a few things about this encounter. After each encounter with the Blessed Mother, it is difficult to get back to this world and to the realities of this life. To be with the Blessed Mother every day means to meet Her in paradise. When She comes, She brings with Her peace of the paradise. There are no words in our world to describe the beauty of this meeting. So, I am just using the words I have to describe the most important.

She came to us this evening very happy and joyful. She greeted us with Her Motherly greeting, “Praise be Jesus my dear children.” And after this She extends Her hands and prays over each one of us, especially She prayed over those who are sick. And then She says this to all of us:

“Dear Children, I invite you today to conversion. Open your hearts, dear children, to the sacrament of confession, make your soul ready for God. So that little Jesus may be born in your heart, especially now in this time of grace. May your heart long for prayer. I am very close to you. I am interceding before My Son for each one of you. Thank you, my dear children, today as well for responding to my call.”

Then She gave us Her Motherly blessing. She blessed everything you brought with you to be blessed. As I always do, I did this evening, I commended to the Blessed Mother all of you, your needs, your families, your parishes that you come from, all the present priests, and especially those who are sick. After that She still prayed over each one of us, and with that prayer She departs with a sign of light and cross, with a greeting, “Go in peace my dear children.”