Our Heavenly Mother

Our Heavenly Mother

Revelation Delivered Through

Frances Marie Klug

May 1, 1997 at 1:23 pm


“I am your Heavenly Mother. I have many Titles honoring Me in different ways. Each Title is Important to Me, because It gives to men, women and children, different ways to call on Me and different areas of What I stand for.

A child says to Me:

‘Immaculate Heart of Mary, give me the strength to be pure in all I do, all I say, so that others will feel the urge to imitate me because of how I represent my love for You.’

So many Titles that should be passed along into areas are not being done openly. My Titles are being limited, because mankind has in many ways diminished the importance of so many ways to honor The Son of God, The Beloved Saint Joseph, and Many Others Here with Me, yet mankind does not ignore the title of a human being that reflects the importance of the human being.

Children must begin to learn about the Holy Rosary. It is being ignored or it is being passed through, passed over so quickly, and they are not enunciating the words with meaning or with love.

Another prayer that is being cast aside in many ways is a prayer saying, ‘I believe in God, The Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and earth… .’ Everyone who reads These Words that I speak today, should ask themselves how many times they say this short sentence and feel the greatness of it, the strength in it, the dependence on it.

Also, when a child says, ‘Hail Mary, full of Grace, The Lord is with Thee…’, does the child of any age understand this in its fullness? I have to say ‘No,’ because prayers are spoken so rapidly that the meaning of them is no longer an important part of the prayer.

Mankind must understand that prayer is an important part of life, because it is a communication that is responded to in several ways when it is spoken. Granted, men, women or children do not hear the response, but they do feel a strength that they cannot describe, because it is put in a way not to frighten the individual or to allow the individual to become emotional, but there is no prayer unheard and no prayer not answered.

Mankind must know this, because We are available every moment of every day, and through the Soul We hear all that an individual does, says, thinks, practices and allows, whether they are alone or with others.

Sometimes when We hear an individual say, ‘I feel so lonely,’ remind them to think of a prayer, and the prayer is a direct communication. That may be difficult for some to feel is true, but I, your Heavenly Mother say: ‘It is true. You can be assured that nothing is left without Our Understanding and without Our Response, many times not exactly as an individual thinks it should be, but no prayer goes unanswered or unheard.’ So be it.”