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JULY 26, 1999

An apostle is one who lives to serve the Lord

The Agony in the Garden

  1. Messenger: God does not intend us to be alone.
  2. He wanted comfort in the garden.
  3. Jesus was with His Apostles a great amount of the time.
  4. Jesus showed us how He interacted with others.
  5. When we are alone, sometimes the devil moves in.
  6. We cannot isolate ourselves too much. Even a holy monk is united lovingly to others, praying for them and loving them.
  7. Jesus has the greatest heartfelt love.
  8. Hail Mary ...
  9. The deepest relationships are in Him.
  10. God is our Father, we are children of our Father and Mother.

The Scourging at the Pillar

  1. Messenger: A tearing at one’s heart is found in isolation.
  2. We are social creatures, we were created to interact.
  3. One must have relationships as God wills.
  4. We cannot just open up our mouths and tell everybody everything.
  5. God wants us to be prudent, loving and kind.
  6. God can change all the hearts in the whole world if He wants to.
  7. God can give us all the funds if He wants to.
  8. God wants us to grow in holiness.
  9. Hail Mary...
  10. God wants a person that acts to please Him. He wants us to strive to die to our selfish ways.

The Crowning of Thorns

  1. Messenger: God is the King.
  2. He is to be served.
  3. Fathers, leaders act in His name.
  4. Who wears the crown? Do we wear the crown or does God?
  5. Who is the King of our hearts?
  6. How do we best serve Him?
  7. We are a Movement that exists to serve God, to be handmaids of the Lord.
  8. And Mary said:
        My soul proclaims
            the greatness of the Lord (Lk 1:46)
  9. The desires of the heart to serve God come from a willing heart within.
  10. Sins are stored in the hearts of men. We must strive to die to them and come in Mary’s Immaculate Heart.

The Carrying of the Cross

  1. Messenger: Sins, sins, sins, Jesus shed His Blood for the sins of men.
  2. Why do they deny they are sinful when they are?
  3. He carried the cross for all the sins.
  4. He carried the cross for jealousy.
  5. He carried the cross for greed.
  6. He carried the cross and bled for the sins of pride.
  7. He carried the cross for my sins and for yours, why do we act like we are perfect, when we are sinners?
  8. Peter worried about other men. He lacked faith in God. He denied Jesus.
  9. Many times we are afraid when others do not support Jesus. We must always give witness to our beloved Jesus.
  10. Let us carry our cross willingly as Jesus carried His.

The Crucifixion

  1. Messenger: Jesus is the Son of God.
  2. Jesus is the eternal Sacrifice.
  3. Jesus paid the price for our sins.
  4. Jesus died for all men.
  5. Jesus gives us Himself in the Eucharist.
  6. Jesus wants our love given to Him and all.
  7. Jesus laid down His life for our sins.
  8. In the Mass the Sacrifice of Calvary is sacramentally made present.
  9. Jesus loves us so much He shed His Blood.
  10. Jesus loves each and every soul so much He died for each one of them.


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