4 Hearts Sacred and Complete


 So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer.  Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!  All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation:  that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people’s sins against them. And he has committed to us the message of reconciliation.  We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God.   God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. – 2 Corinthians 16-21


My friend James created this for me.  It is the 4 hearts, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Immaculate Heart of Mary, Guardian Heart of Saint Joseph, and the Beloved Heart of you and me.  It is from images that pop in my head that I have had in prayer over time.  At first I saw only 3 hearts.  Sacred, Immaculate, and Beloved (which is my heart and your heart).   Our Lady soon started pointing me towards Joseph and his guardian heart.   I wrote the prayer of the Beloved to the Holy Family.  The beloved heart which belongs to you and me was a broken heart but it was sown back together by Christ with the thorns of suffering, with the helmet of salvation against false ideology that He wore on his head.   Our heart becomes beloved when we understand the love God has for us and stop believing the lies of the accuser.  We rest in the heart of Jesus, which is in the bosom of the Father.  Mary and Joseph, the whole Holy Family lives there. The roses of love blooming from the intercession of His mother.  Originally, I saw one white rose for purity, and one red for love coming off of the Beloved Heart.  But as Mary pointed me to her earthly spouse, the lilies of purity became part of the picture.

I showed this to James well over a year ago.  James had publicly stood next to me in the battle with our Catholic School.  I didn’t know him before that but through that ordeal we prayed a lot.   He has a great love for God.   He recently started Exodus 90 with a group of men.  He also started reading the Manual for Men by Bishop Thomas Olmsted.   He told me something he saw while doing this triggered his memory of my drawing.  Then he created this for me.  Exactly what I saw.  Isn’t God amazing?

These hearts rest in the Divine Will (God willing, mine does).  God’s timing is perfect and I feel as though God is about to do something BIG because he prompted James to create this.  May your heart rest in the Divine Will and may you all have peace and blessings today. My friend Lucy recently sent me this song. I think it portrays how God chases us so our heart will rest in his.

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9 Responses to 4 Hearts Sacred and Complete

  1. James Ignatius McAuley says:


    I believe the CDF related on February 5, 2017, that the apparitions of the three hearts are not authentic. See Dr. Mark Mirage comments at http://www.threeheartsbook.com where he announces that he has had the book who reference withdrawn in December 6, 2017.

    • I was unaware of the Book being pulled. I will remove reference to it. Thank you. You’re referring to the 3 hearts of the apparitions of Edson Glauber.
      I want to be clear for myself, I do not receive apparitions. These are images that pop into my head during prayer.

  2. James Ignatius McAuley says:

    “Book you reference.”. In any event, the book is no longer record by Dr. Miravalle.

    • Thank you James. I was unaware. I had not read the book, nor did I know about it prior to drawing the 3 Hearts. I will remove reference to it from the post. God Bless.

  3. lucy says:

    FOUR:  The number four represents God’s creative works, especially
    works associated with the earth:
    • Four cardinal directions N, S, E, W. with four Angels keeping watch at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the world [Revelation 7:1]
    • The Covenant People of God had four divisions of the day associated with the daily liturgical sacrifice of the Tamid (Dawn – 9AM; 9AM-Noon; Noon – 3PM; 3PM – Sunset)
    • Four lunar phases
    • Four seasons
    • Four rivers flowed out of Eden [Genesis 2:10]
    • Four consonants formed God’s Divine Name YHWH
    • Four cherubim [Genesis 3:22-24; Ezekiel 1:10]
    • In Ezekiel’s vision of the heavenly throne/chariot the cherubim each had four faces and bodies with four wheels [Ezekiel 1:10-12]
    • Four women gave birth to the fathers of the 12 Tribes of Israel
    • The tallit/outer cloak covenant men were required to wear had four corners with four tassels [Numbers 15:38-39]
    • Four heavenly creatures surround God’s heavenly throne. [Revelation 4:6-8]
    • The Israelite camp was divided into four parts when camping around the Tabernacle [Numbers 2:1-34]
    • The fourth book of the Bible is Numbers, in Hebrew B’Midbar = gematria 248 or 4 x 62
    • The ancients considered there to be four elements: earth, fire, air and water
    • Bible has four-fold division of mankind: lands, tongues, families and nations [Revelation 13:7]
    • Four cups of wine are used in the ritual of the Passover Seder.


    OT Zechariah’s vision of 4 angels, 4 horns, 4 horses, 4 chariots This “fourness” is in fact the essence of the meaning of Shalom in Hebrew !
    A Unity
    B Stabiltiy
    C Tranquility
    D Peace

    NT Peter’s vision of 4 corners of sheet, tent of Creation : You can comsume anything because it is all Korban ! (Unity in Diversity)

    4 Jewish Seder Cups
    a Kiddush or Sanctification
    b Plagues ( Justice)
    c Redemption or Blessing
    d Hallel or Praise

    4 Passovers:
    a Red Sea
    b Jordan River
    c Calvary of Christ
    d Universal Mystical Body

    4 Substances of Transformation
    a Water
    b Wine
    c Blood
    d Fire

  4. Lucy says:

    Shalom (salem) : is a Hebrew word meaning peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, prosperity, welfare and tranquility and can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye. If there is a single word we might hold in our hearts and transmit all around us…. it would surely be SHALOM. The fullness of well-being. In fact, we can say that it invokes heaven itself, meaning the Place of Rest. There is so much said about the word REST in the Bible. It is what happens to the soul when it ABIDES IN GOD. It enters into SHALOM, the heavenly Jerusalem. There is hardly another word with so many levels of understanding. It is also THE WORD Our Lord Jesus spoke over every house He entered (and directed His Apostles to do the same) because He wanted to bring the Kingdom blessings into every place possible. Peace is such an inadequate little word in the English language compared to the Hebrew word Shalom. May this very same SHALOM become our heart’s desire as we begin this Lenten Way !

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