A Short Response to those who will not even consider the Research found in Dr. Ignacio Ferrin's book on the Miracle of the Sun.
|Dr. Ferrin Proves that this Picture of the Miracle from the Vatican is Inauthentic.|
A miracle is a miracle. The physical mechanism by which it happened on October 13th, 1917 is up to God and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Why can't the Miracle of the Sun have a physical component involving a comet? Why wasn't the solar system destroyed and why did no one outside of the Fatima area see or feel the "dance" of the Sun. Note, Our Lady said that there was going to be a miracle in October, not a solar miracle. With Dr. Ferrin's research, the physical aspects of the Miracle could be explained while the viewers' experience of it would be identical to what has always been said about it. He just demonstrates that it is not, in any way, a simple "matter of the mind." Can we just let God be God and remember that Our Lady is Queen of Heaven and Earth? Can we just let objectivity, in all domains, reign and not take offense if a bit of information does not seem to come from our own traditional "camp"?
Don't worry about why not so many people come to believe in God even though miracles in front of their eyes. They didn't even believe Jesus Christ's miracles then, they will do so now, nothing have changed.ReplyDelete
Sinners will not Believe in the Divine Threats until the Chastisement has come upon Them.
"Except you do penance, you shall all likewise perish." Luke, xiii. 5.
by St. Alphonsus Liguori
My brethren, if we do not amend, the chastisement will come; if we do not put an end to our crimes, God will.
When Lot was warned by the Lord that He was about to destroy Sodom, Lot at once informed his sons-in-law: Arise! get you out of this place, because the Lord will destroy this city. But they would not believe him: And He seemed to them to speak as it were in jest? They imagined that he wished to sport with their fears, by terrifying them with such a threat. But the punishment overtook them, and they remained to be the sport of the flames. My brethren, what do we expect? God warns us that chastisement hangs over us; let us put a period to our sins, or shall we wait for God to do it? Hear, O sinner! what St. Paul says to you: See, then, the severity and goodness of God towards them, indeed, that are fallen, the severity ; but towards thee the goodness of God, if thou abide in goodness, otherwise thou also shalt be cut off (Rom. xi. 22). Consider, says the Apostle, the justice which the Lord has exercised towards so many whom He has punished, and condemned to hell; towards them, indeed, that are fallen, the severity. Consider the mercy with which He has treated you; but towards thee the goodness of God. You must abandon sin; if you change your ways, avoid the occasions of sin, frequent the sacraments, and continue to lead a Christian life, the Lord will remit your punishment, if you abide in goodness; if not, you shall perish, otherwise thou also shalt be cut off. God has already borne with you too long, He can bear with you no longer. God is merciful, but He is just: withal; He deals mercifully with those who fear Him; He cannot act thus towards the obstinate.
The Mercy of God has a fuse!