A book of prayers to the Holy Face of Jesus

Anima Christi 


 The Flame of Love Unity Prayer  

Forbidden Fruit


The tree of Life produces the fruit of the passion of Christ and then “we abide in him and him in us” John 6:57

Satan’s 3 biggest lies



If you eat the forbidden fruit, you will know right from wrong (a lie, because the more you sin, the less you know and care about doing what is right).

If you eat the forbidden fruit, you will be like God (a lie, overcome by the Eucharist, because then , and we in Him).

Satan said that if you eat the forbidden fruit, you will not die (a lie, overcome by the Eucharist. Jesus says that if ).


The Unity prayer is a verbal and Spiritual affirmation of what the Eucharist represents, which is Christ physically present “in us.” It is an open expression to invite our Lord into our hearts and souls, and to allow him to “abide in me and I in him.” John 6:57. May our hearts beat in unison. May our souls be in harmony.

This intimate union, this communion with Christ, allows us to become Christ like in a very real way. The Unity Prayer furthers this union, by inviting the Spiritual Presence of Our Lord to unite with us and to speak to us. To become “One Body!” It is his very real presence that unites us to him and allows us to become one with the Father.

The Flame of Love is Jesus’ heart which burns with a fire of deep and penetrating love for us which he longs to share with us, and to inflame in our own hearts.

Satan has militated to keep us “blind” to see these realities and keep us in darkness to see Christ and unite with him in this way. The Supplication to the Hail Mary prayer, given to Elizabeth Kindleman by Our Lady, blinds Satan so that we can see Christ and his real presence, and for the scales to fall from our eyes, so we can receive the fullness of “the effects of the Flame of Love”, that is Jesus fully present in our own lives, and as we are filled with the power of the Holy Spirit we will spread this Flame of love through all of humanity.

Our Lady say’s this supplication is her greatest grace since the incarnation. I hope you can now start to understand why!

Jesus is alive! His real presence is in the Eucharist. We need to lift the veil of darkness and see and experience the reality of Our Lord in a most physical and intimate way and allow Our Sovereign King to “Abide in us and us in him.” John 6:57

We will eat the daily bread come down from heaven. We will eat of the Eucharistic fruit of his passion. His cross which is the tree of life will replace the tree with its forbidden fruit. Sin and death will exist no longer.

“But for a little while, and Lebanon shall be changed into an Orchard and the Orchard be regarded as a forest. On that day the deaf shall hear the words of a book; and out of the gloom of darkness, the eyes of the blind shall see.” Isaiah 29:17-18


The Passion fruit of the Holy Eucharist, becomes our strength of Body, the presence of the Holy Spirit, and the Flame of Love of his Sacred Heart in us to finish the journey and unite with God the Father through him.

I am the way, the truth, and the life!

We are royalty, and our inheritance is the heavenly reward, but it can only be found through Christ Jesus. Through the real presence of Our Lord in the Eucharist gift we literally have his blood coursing through our veins.


St. Faustina, Divine Mercy in My Soul Diary

“I desire to unite Myself to human souls, Know, My daughter, that when I come to a human heart in Holy Communion, My hands are full of all kinds of graces which I want to give to the soul. But souls do not even pay any attention to Me; they leave Me to Myself and busy themselves with other things…They treat Me as a dead object.” (1385)

“Every morning during meditation, I prepare myself for the whole day’s struggle. Holy Communion assures me that I will win the victory; and so it is. I fear the day when I do not receive Holy Communion. This bread of the Strong gives me all the strength I need to carry on my mission and the courage to do whatever the Lord asks of me. The courage and strength that are in me are not of me, but of Him who lives in me – it is the Eucharist.” (91)


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