Message of Child Jesus of Prague
Apparition of the King of Mercy on the
25th October 2022 above the fountain Maria Annuntiata on the property of the House Jerusalem
I see a big golden sphere of light on the sky accompanied by two smaller spheres of light. They float towards us. The big golden sphere of light opens up and the Merciful Child Jesus comes out of it in the shape of the Infant Jesus of Prague. This time, the King of Mercy wears a royal blue robe with a royal blue cloak. The cloak of the Merciful Child Jesus is embroidered with golden lilies. He wears a big golden crown and has dark brow, short and curly hair. The Merciful Child has blue eyes. In his right hand he holds a big golden sceptre and in his left hand the Vulgate (Holy Scripture). Now, the two other spheres of light open up and two angels step out. They are dressed in simple white robes and they immediately start spreading the Merciful Child’s cloak like a tent above us.
The King of Mercy speaks:
“In the name of the Father and the Son - that’s Me - and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Look at the colour of my cloak and my robe. You brought blessings to Germany and the world with your prayer. Your prayer in Berlin was very beneficial. Look, I open my heart.”
Golden rays come down to us from the heart of the Child Jesus.
Little Jesus speaks:
“Didn’t I tell you that my Holy Mother will pray for you before the throne of the Eternal Father? I rejoice when you honour my Holy Mother. I do not come to punish you. I come to you with my golden sceptre: To call for you to repent, to warn you! Dear souls, it is up to you what will happen in this world. The Father, the Eternal Father, has given you the free will. My Holy Mother bows to this.
I want to embellish your souls. They are to become my lily garden.”
M.: “There are lilies on your robe, Lord.”
The Divine Child says:
“If you carry repentance in your hearts, do penance and live in the sacraments, your souls will become the most beautiful lily gardens in My Father’s Kingdom. Look at Me, do not look at the world! Do not look at the chaos!”
Now the Vulgate in the hand of the King of Mercy is opened by an invisible hand. In it I see Matthew chapter 15, 1 and 2. There is a beautiful light coming down to us from the Vulgate.
The Merciful Child says:
“Pray that the world may receive grace! Do not neglect prayer. My Church will follow Me. Look, it is already on Golgotha! But this shall not unsettle you for everything has to be purified.”
The King of Mercy looks at us and says:
“This is the time of mercy!”
He holds the golden sceptre to his heart and it becomes the aspergillum of his Precious Blood. He blesses us and all who think of him throughout the whole world with his Precious Blood.
“In the name of the Father and the Son - that’s Me - and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Come to Me, to the place of My mercy and I will refresh and console you. Persevere in prayer! Look at Me! I am your Saviour! Remain true to Me for there is no other commandment than the one you have been given by the Father. I am with you!”
The King of Heaven wants us to pray the following prayer and we pray:
O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell. Lead all souls to heaven especially those who are in most need of Your mercy. Amen.
The angels sing while spreading the Lord's cloak further above us: “Misericordias Domini in aetermum cantabo.” (3x)
The King of Heaven wishes that we pray the prayer again: “O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, ...”, and we pray it.
Then, Jesus gives a personal message concerning the House of Mercy.
The King of Mercy leaves with an “Adieu!”
On parting, the Devine Child gives us his blessing “In the name of the Father and the Son - that’s Me - and the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Then, he goes back into the sphere of light. As do the two angels. The sphere of light disappears.
This message is being announced without prejudice to the judgment of the Roman Catholic Church.
Please read the Gospel of Matthew chapter 15, section one and two!
15 The teachings of Jesus as opposed to those of the Pharisees. Then Pharisees and scribes from Jerusalem came to Jesus and said: Why do your disciples break away from the tradition of the elders? They eat without washing their hands. He answered: And why do you break away from the commandment of God for the sake of your tradition? For God said: Honour your father and your mother, and: Anyone who curses his father or mother will be put to death. (5 Mos 5, 16). But you say: If anyone says to his father or mother: Anything I might have used to help you is dedicated to God, he is rid of his duty to father or mother. In this way you have made God's word ineffective by means of your tradition. Hypocrites! How rightly Isaiah prophesied about you when he said: This people honour me only with lip-service, while their hearts are far from me. Their reverence of me is worthless; the lessons they teach are nothing but human commandments. (Is 29,13). He called the people to him and said: Listen, and understand! What goes into the mouth does not make anyone unclean; it is what comes out of the mouth that makes someone unclean. Then the disciples came to him and said: Do you know that the Pharisees were shocked when they heard what you said? He replied: Any plant my heavenly Father has not planted will be pulled up by the roots. Leave them alone! They are blind leaders of the blind. And if one blind person leads another, both will fall into a pit. At this, Peter said to him: Explain the parable for us! Jesus replied: Even you -- don't you yet understand? Can't you see that whatever goes into the mouth passes through the stomach and is discharged into the sewer? But whatever comes out of the mouth comes from the heart, and it is this that makes someone unclean. For from the heart come evil intentions: murder, adultery, fornication, theft, perjury, slander. These are the things that make a person unclean. But eating with unwashed hands does not make anyone unclean. 16/20: Food doesn’t reach our hearts, i.e. the soul, so it cannot make the soul unclean. If, however, the heart is unclean, the source is unclean and with it all what comes out of it. 1-20: cf. Mk 7,1-23; Lk 6,39. “Tradition of the elders” was the name for the interpretations and amendments of the scribes for the Law of Moses. Often, they misinterpreted the meaning of the law, however they were often observed more strictly than the original law. The regulations concerning ablutions and clean and unclean were particularly petty.