by Fr Richard Heilman | December 21, 2020 8:29 AM
We have just passed through a year in which a “Goliath” of evil has done all that it could to instill fear in all of us. It’s purpose is to dominate and control us.
As this year is drawing to a close, and just before we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, God has deemed to grant us a – once in 800 years – bright star, that many are calling the “Christmas Star.” Could it be a “sign” for all of us to take heed, just as the Wise Men once did?
As we heard in today’s Gospel, everything was set in motion with the Angel Gabriel sent from God to Mary. “Do not be afraid, Mary,” were the reassuring words of Gabriel. His message would conclude with, “…for nothing will be impossible for God.”
This was the firm belief David held as he, as a young man, was unafraid to face Goliath. With but a stone and a sling, David took down the giant, Goliath … for nothing will be impossible for God.
This Christmas Star is, literally, coming at the darkest point of the calendar year … the Winter solstice on December 21. Could there be something with that? You know, “darkest before the dawn”?
Fr. Ripperger said this same thing, in so many words, as reported by Patrick Delaney at LifeSiteNews:
“I think what we’re seeing now is that there’s some stark comparisons in the behavior of some of these people and in what I’ve seen (from demons) in (exorcism) session(s),” he said.
Providing hope for a positive resolution, Ripperger continued, “For example, right now things are kind of leading up to a crescendo, and that’s what you tend to see right before the person is liberated. So, there is this buildup of diabolic manifestation which becomes much more drastic, much more open, much more out there. Sometimes even more preternatural right towards the end, and then the person is actually liberated.”
What if we stood, like Mary and David, with the same firm belief that nothing will be impossible for God?
While we are not exorcists to stand against this Goliath, we have the power of prayer. Let’s cry out to God, and seek liberation from the Goliath of evil in our times!!
A very holy woman contacted me to say she received in prayer last night that we were to pray the Pater Noster in Latin. I replied by saying, this could be our sling and stone to hurl at our present-day Goliath.
The Vatican’s chief exorcist, Fr Gabriel Amorth, who performed well over 70,000 exorcisms, repeatedly testified to this reality of the power invested in this sacred language. “It is most effective at challenging the devil.”
Then, I said, you received this a day before the “Christmas Star” appears. What if this was our “moment in time” to wield this mightiest of prayers? And then, from there, pray the Pater Noster, in Latin, throughout every day, until the Goliath of evil in our times is defeated.
I believe this. Do you?
Please prepare to pray the Pater Noster, in Latin, 45-60 minutes after sunset, wherever you are, on Monday, December 21.
And, please, please, please get this word out to everyone you know.
Pater Noster, qui es in caelis, sanctificetur nomen tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut in caelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, sed libera nos a malo. Amen.
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