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Signs and Wonders in True Life in God

Our Lady Weeps at True Life In God Beth Myriam in Mendoza, Argentina

Our Lady of Medjugorje image weeps at True Life in God Beth MyriamTestimony by the Beth Myriam Volunteers:
Very wonderful happenings took place on May 29th and 31st(2006), during preparations for a Beth Myriam inauguration.  (A Beth Myriam is a house of charity, organized and operated by True Life in God volunteers.  Click here for more information.)

On May 29, the True Life in God volunteers had gathered together in the Beth Myriam to pray and had decided to do an Act of Consecration to Our Blessed Mother during the inauguration and blessing of the Beth Myriam on June 10. After a few hours, they were astonished to see a supernatural manifestation of Our Lady’s gladness. Two days later, the same wonder occurred, witnessed by many. “Her forehead was wet and looked as if she was perspiring, and her eyes were bright blue as clear skies. Some teardrops rolled down her right cheek.”

Priests, volunteers, guests and friends in the new Beth Myriam understood that Our Lady was showing her tears in order to say that she is present and alive in her new house, and she is very happy with their charitable work. Moreover, she seeks those children who will believe in her signs and be moved by Her Tears, and will do everything to console her and her beloved Son.  “Our Lady wanted to confirm her live presence among us, that this Beth Myriam is her wish and that our Act of Consecration makes her extremely happy!”, remarked a True Life in God volunteer.

On June 10, before the opening and blessing of the Beth Myriam, Holy Mass was celebrated in the nearby Parish of Nuestra Señora de Carrodilla. The Parish priest invited not only all the Beth Myriam volunteers, but also every single person present, adult or child, man or woman, to consecrate themselves to Our Blessed Mother.