Medjugorje June 10, 2014 A.D.
|Italiano: San Giacomo a Medjugorje di Dom A. Moroder (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Many signs have been associated with the Medjugorje apparitions. For instance, Our Lady first appeared on June 24, the Feast of St. John the Baptist, the proclaimer of the coming Messiah. The following day, on June 25, the six visionaries came together as one cohesive group. It was no coincidence that on the previous day, several other children also saw Our Lady, but on this day, June 25, only the six would see Her, and it would remain that way. Why? These six, these visionaries were chosen in a special way, and even their names had special meaning. Vicka’s name means “life,” a sign of the new life that Our Lady was birthing the world into. Mirjana and Marija’s names mean “Mary,” which needs no explanation. Ivan means “John;” Our Lady first appeared on the feast of St. John the Baptist. And Jakov means “James;” the church in Medjugorje is St. James, patron of pilgrims. This is no coincidence, and is yet a testament that God, and only God could have arranged these events in the way they have been arranged.
Yet further, there is another sign, another sign that has just come to light. In a recent second of the month writing, Will You Be An Apostle?, A Friend of Medjugorje wrote of what the future may behold:
Are we soon to see a time of miracles as in the early Church? Is there a connection with the infancy of the Church on Pentecost and what Our Lady is doing in Medjugorje today? Pause, pray and reason:
The Church was birthed on Pentecost in 33 A.D.
The Church is 1981 years old.
This is the 33rd anniversary of the Medjugorje apparitions.
Our Lady first appeared in… 1981.
Coincidence, or the Hand of God? Our Lady is coming to rebirth the Church. Pray and reason.
In the Love of Our Lady,
Caritas of Birmingham
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