The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception
After Holy Mass, I prayed Psalm 51 during the Hour of Grace. I also repeated the prayer later at home.
The next morning, after I said my prayers, the angel of the Lord appeared. He was smiling and very happy.
He said, “I will show you the result of the prayers you said yesterday, and the graces you received.”
He said, “Watch!”
Suddenly, a board appeared in front of me. The angel was standing next to the board. I looked at the board and written on it was Psalm 51, with all nineteen verses listed.
The angel said, “Now, I will mark each verse that you prayed yesterday.”
I thought to myself that maybe I didn’t pray it properly, and the angel has come to correct me.
The angel held a little white stick in his right hand, the same as a teacher would in a classroom, and I was the pupil.
Pointing to the first verse of Psalm 51, the angel said, “Watch! Number one: Good!” He then marked Verse One with a tick using the stick in his hand.
“Number two. Very good!”
“Number three. Wonderful!”
The angel continued with all the remaining verses, ticking each one saying either, beautiful, wonderful, or good.”
When he reached the end of the Psalm, he asked me, “Would you like to know the final result?”
I responded with a smile and continued to listen.
The angel wrote and said, “Excellent! You received the mark of the biggest grace by praying the Psalm, and all the children who recited this prayer earnestly and with deep devotion received the same grace.”
I was so overwhelmed by what the angel was telling me.
He asked me, “Are you happy?”
“More than happy,” I responded.
He said, “Praise the Lord and thank Him for He showered you with a big grace today.”
The angel then departed.
Later that morning, I attended Holy Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta. I was so happy and was thinking about what the angel told me in the morning. During the Consecration, our Lord appeared to me. Smiling, He said, “See, I give you the biggest grace, and from now on, you will receive many more graces.”
I asked, “Lord, is it alright if I share my graces for others?”
Our Lord was very pleased. He said, “You are not selfish, My child. That pleases me very much that you share, among others.”
Thank you, Lord Jesus, for the millions of graces that you shower upon us here on earth.