July 2, 2018 Message from Our Lady to Mirjana
“Dear children, I am the mother of all of you and, therefore, do not be afraid because I hear your prayers.
I know that you seek me and that is why I am praying to my Son for you, my Son who is united with the Heavenly Father and the Holy Spirit—the Paraclete—my Son who leads souls to the Kingdom from where He came, the Kingdom of peace and light.
My children, you are given the freedom to choose, but, as a mother, I implore you to choose the freedom for the good. You, with pure and simple souls comprehend—even if sometimes you do not understand the words—and within yourselves you feel what the truth is My children, do not lose the truth and true life so as to follow the false one.
By life in truth, the Kingdom of Heaven enters into your hearts, and that is the Kingdom of peace, love and harmony. Then, my children, there will not be the selfishness which distances you from my Son. There will be love and understanding for your neighbors. Because, remember, again I repeat to you, to pray also means to love others, your neighbors, and to give yourself to them. Love and give in my Son, and then He will work in you and for you. My children, ceaselessly think of my Son and love Him immeasurably and you will have true life, and that will be for eternity. Thank you, apostles of my love.”
The Catholic Meaning of “Paraclete”
Source: Catholic Culture
A title of the Holy Spirit. Christ was and remains the first advocate. When he was to leave earth in visible form, he promised “another Paraclete” so that his followers would not be orphans. That Paraclete came on Pentecost. He is the advocate of the Mystical Body, pleading God’s cause for the human family, keeping the Church from error, sanctifying souls through the preaching of God’s word and through the sacraments. The Holy Spirit, whose function is to teach, bear witness, and “to convince the world of sin,” is the love of God producing the effects of divine grace on earth, and appropriated to the third Person of the Trinity. (Etym. Greek Greek para-, beside + kalein, to call: parakletos, advocate.)
Recite this most beautiful prayer that a mother can offer before sleeping for the good of her children