This first cenacle presentation briefly explains the why, what, how, when, where, and who of devotion to the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It provides just enough information to be able to participate in a Flame of Love Cenacle.
Blinding Satan by the great outpouring of grace for the salvation of souls is the purpose for the Flame of Love devotion. This cenacle presentation discusses what that means.
This cenacle presentation explores the way Jesus expounds and explains the Unity Prayer throughout the Spiritual Diary. We see that it is not at all a pleasant prayer of "you and me, Jesus," but rather a call to profound sacrifice in union with Him for the salvation of souls.
This cenacle presentation focuses on the fasts associated with the Flame of Love devotion as well as the graces and promises attached to them.
This cenacle presentation focuses on the intentions Jesus asks us to have for each of the days of the week.
In this cenacle presentation, we explore the role and perspective on family in the Flame of Love devotion with a particular emphasis on mothers.
This cenacle presentation introduces Jesus request to remove taste from our meals as a tangible expression of love for the salvation of souls.
This cenacle presentation focuses on the role of Mass and Adoration in devotion to the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, their power over Satan, their power to bring about grace and divinity, and their ability to give joy to our Beloved. We also examine the great promises associated with Mass to those devoted to the Flame of Love.
This cenacle presentation focuses on the need for continual repentance as part of devotion to the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We explore the danger of "good person" syndrome and Jesus' rebuke of "pious" souls. We discuss the need to "up our game" against the great attack by Satan and why we sometimes hold back. We see how Jesus and Mary are concentrating the channels of grace in this devotion in order to produce great Saints not because we are great but because the need is great. We note that we are to repent of our own sins, repent in order to bring others to repentance, and repent for others. We examine how repentance brings grace and how repentance brings joy. We finally touch upon the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
In this cenacle presentation, we introduce the night vigils Jesus requested as part of devotion to the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We see Mary's extraordinary promise that our night vigils would save the dying from eternal damnation. We also see how difficult this was even for Elizabeth Kindelmann. We learn of how Jesus said He seeks souls in the quiet of the night and how those long stretches of prayer without interruption build our love for Him and bring about grace. We look at the early Church to see how this is nothing new and explore how to be practical about such a demanding request.
In this cenacle presentation we discuss a spiritually challenging element of the Flame of Love devotion, viz,. the complete dedication of our lives to the salvation of souls. We spend some time exploring how to practically approach this topic and see how Jesus is offering us an opportunity to love. We see how this devotion calls all of us to live the life of the consecrated in the intensity of our commitment. We quote extensively from the Spiritual Diary to see how Jesus insists that this great grace only comes through complete renunciation of ourselves and how this dedication is the needed response to the grave danger we are in today. We see how this is the key to the sainthood to which Jesus calls us in the Flame of Love and how He insists this is attainable even in the context of family — indeed for all and especially the sick. We read many examples of Jesus insisting that the salvation of souls must be our only purpose in life and then view several practical illustrations of Jesus' request in the life of Elizabeth Kindelmann.
This cenacle presentation addresses Humility as the "gateway" grace and the one attribute that makes possible our successful participation in the Flame of Love devotion. We discuss how the gifts of grace can be spiritually toxic without humility and how humility and love are two sides of the same coin. We describe the radical freedom of humility — the freedom from fear — the freedom to love. We examine some of the ways Jesus and Mary use to build humility in us using examples from The Spiritual Diary. We explore the idea of humiliation and note humility as the ultimate shield against Satan and the object of his attack.
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Foundations of Bible Study