Simona – Listen to Me

Our Lady of Zaro to Simona on December 8th, 2021:

I saw Mother; she was dressed all in white, on her head was a crown of twelve stars and a delicate white veil, on her shoulders a broad blue mantle that went down to her feet, which were bare and placed on the globe. Mother had her hands joined in prayer and between them a white rose and the crown of the Holy Rosary, as if made of drops of ice. May Jesus Christ be praised…
My dear children, I love you and I thank you that you have hastened here to this call of mine. My children, may the Lord fill you with every grace and blessing; as the petals of this rose descend upon you, so too, descend God’s graces. I love you, my children, and I come once again to ask you for prayer, prayer for my beloved Church. 
While Mother was saying this, I began to have a vision. While the images followed one another, Mother leaned forward slightly, brought her hands to her face and began to cry; she was crying tears of blood that fell from her hands onto the world beneath her and on touching it turned into flowers. Then Mother resumed the message, her eyes still wet with tears but with a sweet smile.
I love you, my children, I love you with an immense love. My children, let my beloved Jesus, your beloved Jesus, be born in your hearts; wrap Him with your tears and your smiles, cradle Him with your prayers; love Him, children, and welcome Him, make Him part of your lives. My dearly beloved children, my beloved Jesus came to the world for you — for you He performed wonders. It was also for you that He died, and in rising He destroyed death — all this for you, my children — so that you would be free, free from the bonds of evil. I love you, my children, listen to me when I tell you to love Jesus. Love Him with all your heart, with all your strength; love Him now — do not wait, love Him. 
Mother covered us all with her mantle and then resumed.
I love you, my children. Now I give you my holy blessing. Thank you for having hastened to me.
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