With the help of my daughter Tianna William’s incredible artistic and web design skills, I have teamed up with theologian Peter Bannister and authors Prof. Daniel O’Connor (The Crown of Sanctity) and Christine Watkins (The Warning) to provide a website where you can find credible, sound, and approved private revelation. It’s a collection of relevant and recent prophetic messages as well as theological teachings on the “end times” and videos from the contributors. I’m especially excited about the “Timeline” we created that carefully follows the vision of the Early Church Fathers, Popes, and Our Lord and Lady’s messages. Scroll to the bottom CountdowntotheKingdom.com. For those who are new and have questions about prophecy or are reticent to go near private revelation, I refer you to these urgent writings on the subject:
In truth, when the idea for this was conceived before Christmas 2019, we never imagined that we would be launching this website at this time in current events. We believe it is no coincidence, and in fact, that it is a grace for all of us seeking Heaven’s direction at this hour.
I recorded a welcome video for you on my computer, but at the very same time the new website went live, my computer utterly cratered. No surprise there. So, I grabbed my cellphone and made this quick video for all of my dear readers here at The Now Word. As for me, I will continue to write you with a renewed sense of urgency while making contributions to CountdowntotheKingdom.com.
Posted on by Mark. Image and text credits Mark Mallet – the Now Word
JUST as one will be blinded by flying debris if he tries to stare into the furious winds of a hurricane, so too, one can be blinded by all the evil, fear and terror unfolding hour by hour right now. This is what Satan wants—to drag the world into despair and doubt, into panic and self-preservation in order to lead us to a “saviour.” What is unfolding right now is not another speed bump in world history. It is the final clash of two kingdoms, the final confrontation of this era between the Kingdom of Christ versus the kingdom of Satan…
We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has ever experienced. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-church, between the Gospel and the anti-gospel, between Christ and the antichrist. —Eucharistic Congress for the bicentennial celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia, PA, 1976; cf. Catholic Online (confirmed by Deacon Keith Fournier who was in attendance)
This writing is perhaps the most sobering thing I’ve ever written in a long while. Please, do not count the words, but count the grace it is that we still have time to sit together in Our Lady’s school. Let’s cover this writing and our minds with God’s protection as we pray three times:
Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ… save us and the whole world.
Another Relevant Article by Mark Mallet…. from his website here on November 11, 2019.
A voice cries out: In the desert prepare the way of the LORD! Make straight in the wasteland a highway for our God! (Yesterday’s First Reading)
YOU have given your fiat to God. You have given your “yes” to Our Lady. But many of you are no doubt asking, “Now what?” And that’s okay. It’s the same question Matthew asked when he left his collection tables; it is the same question Andrew and Simon wondered as they left their fishing nets; it’s the same question Saul (Paul) pondered as he sat there stunned and blinded by the sudden revelation that Jesus was calling him, a murderer, to be His witness to the Gospel. Jesus eventually answered those questions, as He will yours.
If you are only giving your “yes” to God right now, then you are akin to those in Christ’s parable of the workers who entered the vineyard at the last hour of the day, but were paid the same wage as those who had laboured all day. That is, Jesus will give you the same Gift as those who have been preparing for it for decades, which of course, may not seem fair. But, says the vineyard Owner:
Am I not free to do as I wish with my own money? Are you envious because I am generous? (Matthew 20:15)
God’s ways are not our ways — “his knowledge is beyond scrutiny,” says today’s First Mass reading. And He has His reasons. Even though St. Paul was not among the Twelve who gave up everything and followed Jesus for three years, he became one of the greatest Apostles. Why? Because the one who is shown the greatest mercy is often the one who “has shown great love” in return.Click here to continue reading Mark Mallett’s post
ON THE FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
UNTIL now (meaning, for the past fourteen years of this apostolate), I have placed these writings “out there” for anyone to read, which will remain the case. But now, I believe what I am writing, and will write in the days ahead, are intended for a small group of souls. What do I mean? I will let Our Lord speak for himself:
All are invited to join my special fighting force. The coming of my Kingdom must be your only purpose in life. My words will reach a multitude of souls. Trust! I will help all of you in a miraculous way. Do not love comfort. Do not be cowards. Do not wait. Confront the Storm to save souls. Give yourself to the work. If you do nothing, you abandon the earth to Satan and to sin. Open your eyes and see all the dangers that claim victims and threaten your own souls. —Jesus to Elizabeth Kindelmann, The Flame of Love, pg. 34, published by Children of the Father Foundation; Imprimatur Archbishop Charles Chaput
Jesus is Coming! At the head of this special fighting force preparing the way is Our Lady. The group is small because few respond to her call; the band is paltry because few accept the conditions; the force is tiny because few confront the storm in their own souls much less the Storm spreading over the world. They are often those who reject the “signs of the times”…
Sharing a link from a post on YouTube: A prayerful Rosary with pictures, video, music, and meditations on each Hail Mary taken from The Book of Heaven or The Virgin Mary in the Kingdom. Audio: Mark Mallet’s beautiful Rosary “Through Her Eyes- A Journey to Jesus”.
THIS Sunday, the eighth day in the Octave of Easter, is Divine Mercy Sunday. It is a day that Jesus promised to pour out immeasurable graces to the degree that, for some, it is “the last hope of salvation.” Still, many Catholics have no idea what this feast is or never hear about it from the pulpit. As you’ll see, this is no ordinary day…
According to Saint Faustina’s diary, Jesus said of Divine Mercy Sunday:
I am giving them the last hope of salvation; that is, the Feast of My Mercy. If they will not adore My mercy, they will perish for all eternity… tell souls about this great mercy of Mine, because the awful day, the day of My justice, is near. —Divine Mercy in My Soul, Diary of St. Faustina, n. 965
A Divine Will group could be considered an example of what Pope Benedict XVI, Cardinal Sarah, author Rod Dreher & Catholic evangelist Mark Mallet are talking about… Read more in Mallet’s blog post HERE.
… For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. (Matt 18:20)
Jesus Christ is the greatest Gift of all, and the good news is He is with us right now in all His fullness and power through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. The Kingdom of God is now within the hearts of those who have been born again… now is the day of salvation. Right now, we, the redeemed are the sons of God and will be made manifest at the appointed time… we don’t need to wait on any so called secrets of some alleged apparition to be fulfilled or Luisa Piccarreta’s understanding of Living in the Divine Will in order for us to be made perfect…
If you have read The Coming New and Divine Holiness, perhaps you are wondering the same things too? Is God really doing something new? Does He have a greater glory awaiting the Church? Is this in Scripture? Is it a novel addition to the work of Redemption, or is it simply its completion? Here, it is good to call to mind the constant teaching of the Church that one could rightly say the martyrs shed their blood for in fighting against heresies:
It is not [so-called “private” revelations’] role to improve or complete Christ’s definitive Revelation, but to help live more fully by it in a certain period of history… Christian faith cannot accept “revelations” that claim to surpass or correct the Revelation of which Christ is the fulfillment. —Catechism of the Catholic Church(CCC), n. 67