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Flame of Love Grace and the Prayers"
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"Divine Mercy and the Flame of Love Grace"

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Who was Elizabeth Kindelmann?

(1913 - 1985)

Elizabeth was orphaned at a young age and worked many different jobs to support herself.  She twice tried to enter religious congregations, but was rejected.  In 1930, at the age of 16, she married Karoly Kindlemann.  They had six children and in 1946, her husband died.  Elizabeth worked in factories to save her family from starvation.  To prepare Elizabeth for her locutions, the Lord allowed her  to experience three years of spiritual darkness from 1958 through 1960.  She received locutions from Jesus and Mary from 1961 to 1983.

On Good Friday, April 13, 1962, the Blessed Mother stated, “There is so much sin in this land, help me to save souls!  ... With this Flame you will light all the hearts in the world.  The miracle will be this:  This Flame will become a fire, and with its shining light, this fire will BLIND SATAN.”  As she said this, Our lady was sobbing.

In August, 1962, Mary told Elizabeth, "I assure you, my little one, that I have never before given into your hands such a powerful force of grace, the burning flame of the love of my heart.  Ever since the Word became Flesh, I have not undertaken a greater movement than the Flame of Love of my heart who rushes to you.  Until now, nothing could blind satan as much.  And it is up to you not to reject it, for this rejection would simply spell disaster."

 

Mary said, "Adore my Divine Son and make reparation.  He is so often offended."

 
 

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