Medjugorje and the Gospel of Jesus: “You have hidden these things from the wise and revealed them to the little ones.”

It is hard not to think of the “little ones” who see and speak to the Mother of Jesus including the children of Medjugorje when we hear this Gospel passage.

Mt 11.25-30
You have hidden these things from the wise and revealed them to the little ones.

At that time Jesus said: “I give you praise, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned and revealed them to the little ones.

Yes, Father, because in this way you have decided in your benevolence. Everything has been given to me by my Father; no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and the one to whom the Son will reveal it. Come to me, all of you who are tired and oppressed, and I will give you refreshment. T

ake my yoke upon you and learn from me, that I am meek and humble of heart, and you will find refreshment for your life. In fact, my yoke is sweet and my light weight ».

To operate the salvation of man, the Lord uses man. He chooses neither kings nor emperors, nor learned and wise persons. Instead call people humble, small, poor.Saint Paul reveals this truth to the Corinthians. If the Lord chooses little ones, little ones must always remain. If you become great, He will no longer be able to work. Human greatness obscures the glory of the Lord, while it must always be evident that everything comes from him and not from man. Man must be only a bearer of God to his brothers.

The word of the cross is in fact foolishness for those who are lost, but for those who are saved, that is for us, it is the power of God. It is written: I will destroy the wisdom of the wise and cancel the intelligence of the intelligent.


Virgin Humble, Angels, Saints, free the disciples of Jesus from every pride of life.

Comment by the Apostolic Movement

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