The New Pentecost and the Renewal of All Creation
                                                                                                         
This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday. On the first Pentecost, nine days after Jesus had ascended into heaven, Mary and the apostles were gathered in prayer in the cenacle, the upper room of the Last Supper. Suddenly a sound came from heaven like the rush of a mighty wind that filled the house and tongues as of fire appeared and rested on each of one of them. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.


At the sound of the wind, a multitude of Jews from many nations who spoke many languages gathered outside. The timid apostles were transformed, boldly came out and courageously preached to the Jews as the Spirit led them. All of the Jews miraculously understood them in their own native language.

When they heard Peter’s preaching, they were cut to the heart and asked, “Brethren, what shall we do?” Peter said to them, “Repent and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” About 3000 received his word and were baptized that very day. (See Acts 1-2).

Jesus King of All Nations prophesied a New Pentecost. We should hope and pray that it will be even more powerful and miraculous than the first Pentecost. May the Holy Spirit pour himself out anew to bring millions of sinners to repentance and salvation.

Jesus King of All Nations said,
My Spirit shall once more descend in a new Pentecost; a new Pentecost replete with the cleansing fire of his love. A fire ablaze with the love and justice of God. "I will pour out my spirit." (Isaiah 44:3).

Then shall the earth emerge cleansed from the defilement of sin and souls shall rejoice as they bathe anew in the copious mercy of God. Light shall spread throughout the world which is at present in a great darkness. Even consciences are in complete darkness.

"For those deserved to be deprived of light and imprisoned by darkness, who had kept your sons confined through whom the imperishable light of the Law was to be given to the world." (Wisdom 18:4).

Oh how I wish that they were upright and filled with Divine Light! Hold fast my faithful ones. Remain strong in the Holy Faith.
(Journal 496-500).
We are called to have hope in the promise of Jesus King of All Nations for a great renewal of the Church, of mankind and of all creation. He said,
Let it also be known that a great renewal of My Holy Church, of mankind and indeed of all creation will follow the cleansing action of My Justice. How greatly I Love My people! It is for your good O mankind that I allow My Justice to be poured out in order to awaken your conscience and correct your sinful behavior. Yet you see how dearly I Love you in that I continually warn you and even seek to comfort you in the pain of the cleansing which is almost upon you.
 
Return to Me My people.
I Love you Infinitely and Eternally for such is My very Nature as God; the One-True God, the Sovereign King of all that is.
 
Pray and trust in Me My Faithful ones. I will not abandon you in the dark and cloudy day which rapidly approaches. Stay close to My Immaculate Mother; cling to her Holy Rosary, invoke her Immaculate Heart. 
 
Take up My devotion of Jesus, King of All Nations for in its practice you shall find for yourselves a haven of Grace, Mercy and Protection. Enthrone this My image everywhere for I shall be powerfully present there and the Power of My Sovereign Kingship shall surely shield you from My Just Judgement.
 
Be strong and do not lose hope. I AM with you to save you. (Journal  414-419).
So, let us respond to the requests of Jesus King of All Nations to embrace his Devotion and to enthrone his image everywhere, so that we may experience the New Pentecost and the Renewal of All Creation.




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