CAN NOW WALK WITHOUT A CANE
August 4, 2001
Truly amazing miracles of healing have been happening to those of
us who made a pilgrimage to Naju on June 5, 2001.
We are immensely grateful to the Lord and the Blessed Mother of
had to rely on a cane for many years, but, since her return from Naju, she
has been leading a normal life without the cane. All of us are so moved by this tremendous grace from the Lord
and the Blessed Mother of Naju. Araikoko
can now walk to many places where she could only go by car before.
One day while she was walking, she felt a palpitation of her heart,
but as soon as she drank some of the water from the Blessed Mother’s
spring in Naju, singing, “With the Precious Blood of Jesus, with the
Precious Blood of Jesus, heal all our souls and bodies.
Amen,” she was able to arrive home without any further
difficulty. Now, not only is
she able to walk without a cane, but her walking posture has also become
normal. Before, because of
her bent legs, her walking was not normal.
I am 60 years
old and work at a rehabilitation center for the handicapped.
For many years, I had suffered from hay fever, pains and numbness
in the hands and arms, and a backache, and tried many treatments which
only helped temporarily, less than a year.
Since my first pilgrimage to Naju several years ago, the pains in
my hands and arms have not recurred at all.
I am certain that this has been a miraculous healing through the
graces from the Blessed Mother of Naju.
I am overwhelmed with gratitude.
Because we have
experienced these amazing graces and healings, we feel very painful in our
hearts when we think about the persecutions that the Blessed Mother of
Naju has been receiving. However,
all the true shrines were eventually approved despite the initial
prohibitions and persecutions. We
have no doubt that the Blessed Mother of Naju will be approved.
In the Name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, we join our
hands and pray that the Bishop of Kwangju will accept the Blessed Mother
of Naju and approve her as soon as possible so that Naju may become a
shrine for the whole world. Amen.