Be an instrument of peace: pray for your country, for governments to be at peace, loving and forgiving, not greedy or status-seeking

Themes: end times, forgiveness, heaven, loving others, praying, Repentance and Confession, salvation
St Francis of Assisi, Triune God

Triune God

My little Petal, we are the Triune God. In conjunction with my Blessed Mother, we are here. You were exhausted. St Francis of Assisi is here to progress with our conversation. He has been waiting to conclude our conversation.

St Francis of Assisi

My sister in Jesus Christ, humble servant of our Lord Jesus Christ, I, St Francis of Assisi, am here. You were at my birthplace on a pilgrimage before and you have called my name numerous times in prayer. Yes, I come to intercede for Jesus Christ’s children in prayer. I am here to say that I intercede for all of you.

I am St Francis. I also suffered trials and hardships, was a sinner too, but we can transform our sinful lives into lives of sainthood. Our Lord Jesus Christ waits for all of you to become saints or better persons for one day in eternity to join the Banquet of Heaven. My sisters and brothers in Jesus Christ, learn from my prayer, the Prayer of St Francis of Assisi: make me an instrument of your peace [1]. Recite these words with the eyes of your heart, not with the eyes of the flesh. Be an instrument of peace to your loved ones, family. Pray for your country, for leaders, governments to be at peace, in love and forgiveness, to combat status and greed. Pray the prayer of peace, be a channel, an instrument, a peacemaker. Blessed are the peacemakers, for the Kingdom of God is the place one day to have the privilege, for eternity, to be seated at the most exquisite, beautiful heaven. Brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ, the Kingdom of Heaven is reserved for each one of you, but very few are striving to earn it.

I am the patron saint of animals, the creation of our God, and the patron saint of... Our Lord Jesus Christ ordered me to come and relay this message as this world is in turmoil, chaos, disaster, in need of your prayers. Come in the name of Jesus Christ, the Saviour, repent, make peace, forgive, love, be united. Leave the pride, arrogance and vanity of this world. Live in simplicity, strive for the salvation of your soul, of your family.

My sister Fernanda, humble servant, I, St Francis of Assisi, want you to pray the prayers given to you for your mission. They are much needed. Your mission is flourishing more and more to bring sinners to Jesus Christ’s heart. Your time is too precious to be wasted on earthly things. Yes, Jesus Christ’s children are in despair, but prayers for the salvation of the world are at stake. I shall give you a prayer to pray...

St Francis of Assisi, I, Jesus of Nazareth’s servant, prayer warrior, I ask you for your intercession for this cause: for peace and love in marriages, unity upon these children of God, forgiveness of one another; for peace, love, understanding and unity in families and amongst one another; for peace between government leaders, countries at war; for peace in the sick children to accept their infirmities with love, humility and dignity.

St Francis of Assisi, help me, ________, to be humble, patient, perseverant, to persevere in my prayers, to follow your example of being a peacemaker, an instrument, a channel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

Say the Our Father.

Pray the Our Father of St Francis for the healing and salvation of your loved ones, your family’s souls [2]...

O Our Father Most Holy: our Creator, Redeemer, Consoler, and Saviour.

Who art in heaven: in the angels and the saints, enlightening them to know – for you, Lord, are light – inflaming them to love – for you, Lord, are love – dwelling in them and filling them with happiness – for you, Lord, are Supreme Good, the Eternal Good, from whom all good comes, without whom there is no good.

Holy be your name: may knowledge of you become clearer in us that we may know the breadth of your blessings, the length of your promises, the height of your majesty, the depth of your judgements.

Your Kingdom come: that you may rule in us through your grace and enable us to come to your Kingdom where there is clear vision of you, perfect love of you, blessed companionship with you, eternal enjoyment of you.

Your will be done on earth as in heaven: that we may love you with our whole heart by always thinking of you, with our whole soul by always desiring you, with our whole mind by always directing all our intentions to you and by seeking your glory in everything, with all our whole strength by exerting all our energies and affections of body and soul in the service of your love and of nothing else; and we may love our neighbour as ourselves by drawing them all to your love with our whole strength, by rejoicing in the good of others as in our own, by suffering with others at their misfortunes, and by giving offence to no one.

Give us this day: in remembrance, understanding and reverence of that love which our Lord Jesus Christ had for us and of those things that he said and did and suffered for us.

Our daily bread: your own Beloved Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

Forgive us our trespasses: through your ineffable mercy, through the power of the passion of your Beloved Son and through the merits and intercession of the Ever Blessed Virgin and all your elect.

As we forgive those who trespass against us: and what we do not completely forgive, make us, Lord, forgive completely that we may truly love our enemies because of you and we may fervently intercede for them before you, returning no one evil for evil and we may strive to help everyone in you.

And lead us not into temptation: hidden or obvious, sudden or persistent.

But deliver us from evil: past, present and to come. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen.

...private message removed...

I bless you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

[Fernanda] Thank you, St Francis of Assisi.


[1] See "Prayer of St Francis of Assisi" in “Supplementary Prayer Resources” in “Prayers” on

[2] This prayer was extracted from Francis of Assisi: Early Documents (New City Press, 2001).