New Revelations through the Eucharist

Message for Advent 2018

Advent Message

December 2, 2018

The messenger Lucia Phan prays inwardly through the grace of the Holy Spirit



⦁ All three readings today remind us to be vigilant and pray. If not, we will not know how to act when facing a disaster.

⦁ The infant Jesus was born in a manger to come to us. But He desires and yearns to be born in our hearts more.

⦁ The infant Jesus is present in the Body of Christ.

⦁ God the Father grieves to see His only Son, in the cold of winter, in the stable.


The First Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to God the Father

⦁ The Son of God coming to the world to redeem mankind is a feat from God the Father.

⦁ Most people seek pleasure and enjoyment rather than seeking the infant Jesus. God, please forgive these indifferent and cold people.

⦁ Let everyone acknowledge, be grateful, and praise the Lord.


The Second Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to the Second Person of God

⦁ Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem is a sign of salvation.

⦁ The infant Jesus came into the world in a humble family with a foster father – Saint Joseph – and a kind Mother – the Virgin Mary.

⦁ This Christmas season, everyone must rise, must mature.

⦁ Humanity forgets to be grateful and thank God.


The Third Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to the Holy Spirit

⦁ 2,000 years ago, the Church has not yet recognized the Holy Spirit’s grace like today.

⦁ Blessed Mother was Jesus’ first disciple and the first person to receive the Holy Spirit’s grace.

⦁ The Holy Spirit is the source of grace that helps us understand the profound meaning of Advent.

⦁ May the Holy Spirit help humanity be prepared to welcome the infant Jesus.

⦁ May the Holy Spirit help us love God more.


The Fourth Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to the Body and Blood of Christ

⦁ Jesus was born 2,000 years ago, but also reborn daily in the Blessed Sacrament, to be amid humanity.

⦁ He is still as humble as ever. He dwells in the tabernacle and is waiting for us.

⦁ God waits for each child to return, to take to heaven to live forever with Him.

⦁ The Blessed Sacrament is the presence of the infant Jesus.


The Fifth Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to the Lord’s Five Holy Signs

⦁ At birth, the infant Jesus accepted the law of mankind.

⦁ For love of humanity, the infant Christ was born into poverty. Let us repent to return to Him.

⦁ Summary of the meaning of The Six Kowtows.

⦁ The Five Holy Signs bring salvation.


The Sixth Kowtow:

Respectfully offer to Mother Mary

⦁ It is simply from the “Yes” of Mother that humanity enjoys salvation.

⦁ If Mother refused to bear the infant Jesus, then who would do this?

⦁ Mother is the author of five Kowtows. The Holy Spirit wants humanity to respectfully offer The Sixth Kowtow to the Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary.

⦁ From the age of 3, Mother was offered to the Lord in the temple. When Mother was 14 years old, She bore the Lord.

⦁ Mother bore the Lord in hardship and in poverty. Mother gave birth in a manger, did not bemoan or blame, but accepted in trusting love.

⦁ Mother is the only person who brings the light and salvation of God to the world. Consequently, Mother represents mankind to respond to God’s love.

⦁ Where God is, Mother is as well. In the tabernacle is the Eucharist, then Mother is also there to adore.

⦁ Mother teaches us how to come to God and shows us a shortcut to come to Him.

⦁ Mother advises us to watch and pray to know what will happen. Just like Mother lived Her entire life by being vigilant and by praying.

⦁ God comes to deliver us from death.

⦁ Soon crime will spread everywhere. Do not let evil rule us.

⦁ Let us eliminate sin and weakness.

⦁ Let us be prepared to welcome the infant Jesus. Let us receive the Lord worthily to compensate for the indifference and coldness.



 Mother Maria teaches us to rely on Saint Joseph’s intercession and the entire heavenly court

⦁ St. Joseph was the foster father of the infant Jesus as well as the foster father of mankind.

⦁ Please pray to God for us.

⦁ May the three archangels protect us.

⦁ May the Holy Spirit help us understand the meaning of Advent.

The messenger, Lucia Phan, is an American immigrant from Vietnam. She leads an intense prayer life that focuses on attending Mass and adoration of Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament. She receives the messages by way of locutions and is able to capture miraculous images of the Eucharist on her cell phone’s camera. When Jesus gives her messages, it is as a Father in the family, as the Master/the Teacher.


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