How Great is God’s Love!

By Our Lady of Zaro

October 26, 2021

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Countdown to the Kingdom

Message from Our Lady of Zaro to Simona

I saw Mother: she was all dressed in white — on her shoulders was a white mantle that also covered her head and was fastened at the neck with a pin. Mother had a golden belt around her waist, her feet were bare and placed on the world. Mother had her arms outstretched as a sign of welcome and in her right hand was a long holy rosary. May Jesus Christ be praised…
How great is God’s love for His children; how immense is His mercy for those who fear Him. [1] If only you would open your hearts, my children, and let yourselves be flooded by the love and grace of the Lord, your eyes would be dried of every tear, your hearts would be flooded with love, and your souls would find peace. My children, you would be enveloped in every grace and blessing, if only you would understand how great is God’s love for each one of you, if only you would understand it.
Behold, my children, I am still asking you for prayer, prayer for my beloved Church: a grave danger is looming over her. Pray, pray for the Vicar of Christ, that he would make the right decisions; pray for my beloved and chosen sons [priests]. My children, your prayers are like water that quenches the thirst of a parched land; the more you pray, the more the land will be invigorated and blossom, but yours must be a constant prayer and one made with the heart so that it can make the land bud and blossom. Daughter, pray with me.
I prayed with Mother for the Holy Church and for the future of this world, for all those who have entrusted themselves to my prayers, then Mother resumed.
I love you, my children, I love you and I want to see you all saved, but this depends on you: strengthen your prayer with the holy sacraments, kneel before the Blessed Sacrament of the altar.
Now I give you my holy blessing.
Thank you for having hastened to me.


↑1 In theology, to “fear” God is not to be afraid of Him but to hold Him in awe and reverence such that one would not want to offend Him. Ultimately, “fear of the Lord”, one of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, is a fruit of genuine love for our Creator.