By Maloy Mallari
This was given to Barnabas Nwoye on 5 July 1996. After witnessing the whole Passion of our Lord from Gethsemane to the Resurrection, Jesus appeared to him and handed over a Chaplet honoring the Precious Blood. The Chaplet was strung like a Rosary except each decade was 12 beads long and red in color, while the beads separating the decades were white. The Chaplet, to be recited immediately after the Holy Rosary, consists of five mysteries relating to the five wounds of Christ.
The second component of the devotion was given on 23 June 1997 - these prayers are specifically directed to the Eternal Father and His only begotten Son. The second part of the devotion seeks to appease the Father and Son for the world’s ingratitude, blasphemies and neglect of the Precious Blood that take place in the Church, in our lives or in society at large.
In the third part of this devotion, Adoration prayers comprise the seven prayers that adore, glorify and make petitions to the Precious Blood. Our Lord gave these prayers on 23 June 1997 along with the Consolation Prayers. The petitions are for the Catholic Church, its hierarchy, the clergy and the entire faithful. Appeals are also made on behalf of unrepentant sinners, holy souls in Purgatory and aborted babies, that they may be accorded the benefits of Christ’s Precious Blood.
The fourth part of this devotion was dictated in a vision of the crucified Jesus on 10 December 1998. In seven anguished appeals, Jesus describes the sins which have kept Him crucified mystically for the last 2000 years. These sins include grievances at the Holy Mass, neglect of the Sacraments, immodesty in fashion, greed, avarice, lust, etc. all causing millions to troop into Hell. This component consoles the Blessed Trinity for the offenses they are subjected to in this world.
The fifth part of the devotion is where special intercessory prayers called the “mystical prayers” are recited. These are very efficacious prayers taught by our Lord during the month of July 1998. It was revealed to Barnabas Nwoye by Our Lord that these prayers were the very same ones He uttered during His Passion and final breath for humanity. These are key intercessory prayers for the defeat of the Antichrist, endurance during the chastisement, protection from the sins of the flesh and sustenance of faith.
From this devotion, Heaven has attached a precious and powerful gift for devotees of the Precious Blood. The seal is a spiritual mark, which devotees carry against the seal of 666. This seal gives the devotee a spiritual strength to resist all temptations of Satan and withstand the sufferings brought about by the Antichrist. The seal is achieved by the devotee remaining in a state of sanctifying grace, especially in the periods specified by our Lord when the angels tour the earth to place it.
Finally, our Lord is calling on all His chosen to be with Him every Thursday, 11:00 p.m. to Friday 3:00 a.m. (or at least one hour between this period). This is where all five components of the devotion are observed along with the Holy Mass and Benediction (if possible). It is here that all devotees share in the agony felt by Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane. The intention is to obtain grace to endure the Great Chastisement and steadfastness in faith.
The prayers, invocation, hymns and choruses that were dictated by Heaven to Barnabas Nwoye from 1997 to 2001 constitute the Precious Blood devotion. Each component was blessed by Jesus with graces that can be found in the official prayer manual. The prayers and promises have the imprimatur of Rev. Fr. Ayo Maria, Bishop of Illorin Diocese, Kwara State, Nigeria (17 June 2000).
The devotion is regarded as the “greatest devotion of our time”. The manual describes it as a “daily call to holiness”: “every prayer, every hymn and every chorus of this Devotion came straight from Heaven.”
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