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February 20, 2020 A.D.


Our Lady said on June 25, 1992:



“…I am happy despite there still being some sadness in my heart for all those who began to take this path and then abandoned it.”



Our Lady is here to teach us: don’t abandon your principles. If you get off course, then retrace your steps and get back on track, because satan* desires to disperse you.



Split paths in Medjugorje.

A split path in Medjugorje. One path will be abandoned and the other chosen. satan moves in to disperse thoughts and actions from living the Commandments, which, often is the more difficult path to take.



Twists and turns in life come and often steps are weighed out in choosing to live God’s Commandments. That is when satan* steps in to disperse your will and courage. Even when you fail, Our Lady wants us not to abandon Her and Her way of life in the messages. Our Lady said:



February 1985 - March 1985

“…You have always prayed that I not abandon you. Now I ask of you, in turn, not to abandon me. Especially during these days, satan wants to disperse you…”



A Friend of Medjugorje shares more, on how to not abandon this path, which leads to being dispersed by satan:



Our Lady is trying to teach us, ‘You stay with the Commandments. You follow them even when it’s going to hurt what you do or hurt family… You won’t give up. Those biblical principles we do not abandon.

A Friend of Medjugorje
October 5, 2017 Mejanomics, How to Live Well



Our Lady is leading us. Those who wish to follow Her are being led on a path that protects from being deceived. But, to abandon that, by straying from the Commandments, satan can then disperse us.

Medjugorje.com
Caritas of Birmingham
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Important Note

* satan does not deserve respect or honor when references are made to him. Most of you have probably noticed for years that a Friend of Medjugorje has not capitalized satan’s name because we refuse to give him this honor or recognition. Why should the application of grammar rules apply to him who has an insatiable desire to be exalted, even above God? We refrain in our references and writings from giving him the same stature afforded even a dog’s name. We are not radical in that we don’t tell others they must do the same. It’s up to each individual to decide for themselves. For the harm he has done to man, whom he despises and wishes to disperse, we will not grant him that which is even reserved for man.

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