Eucharistic Experience  


March 26, 2012 by Ida Peerdeman

While the Confession of guilt was said at the beginning of Holy Mass, I saw “the Light” coming over the altar and the priest. It spread slowly over those present.

During the Consecration, at the Elevation of the Sacred Host and the Chalice, I saw these changing into the “Figure of the Lord” all “Light,” dazzling, glorious Light; it is impossible to describe its magnificence and splendour. Then I hear “the Voice” say:

“So I come among you, again and again, you of little faith.” On receiving “Our Lord” I had a heavenly vision and I heard: “Be comforted, I’ll stay with you.”

And now I saw “that brilliant, glorious Figure” again and heard: “Watch what has happened.”

An awful image came before my eyes. I saw a huge dragon lying at the feet of “that Heavenly Figure.” I saw its eyes being plucked out. Next its nails were pulled off. Then its mouth opened and I saw its terrible teeth falling out. All this was lying on the ground in front of me. I saw the dragon writhing, collapsing ex­hausted and being dumped into the depth. And “the Voice” said: “Your power is broken and your strength is finished. Your pride and your boastfulness are trampled down. And you, mighty of the world, take warning by this.”

“The Voice” paused for a moment, then continued: “Be comforted, ye nations, the Lord is with you. Say ‘the Prayer’ and She will be allowed to be your Advocate. Be faithful.”

All this was very impressive to me: that Greatness, Majesty and Power of the Lord as contrasted with that worthless, monstrous appearance of the dragon.

Then everything slowly disappeared from my sight and I hum­bly thanked the Lord.

“Our Lord” was still unconsumed on my tongue. Holy Mass was about to end, and “the Light” faded away.

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