Rosary of Liberation
The basic texts used in the Rosary of Liberation are:
Is 53.4 to 5
ROSARY OF LIBERATION
Today, with great joy we share with you the Rosary of Liberation with the certainty that you will find liberation from your problems, obsessions and oppressions. Our Lord is accomplishing a powerful experience in the midst of circumstances through the Rosary of Liberation.
This rosary is based on the Word of God and should be prayed in faith to glorify the powerful name of Jesus Christ Our Lord and ask for healing, salvation and deliverance.
- We pray the Rosary of Liberation interceding for those whom the Lord put in our hearts. We, therefore, pray it for ourselves, so that we may be purified in the Blood of Jesus through this prayer of "Jesus, have mercy on me!". Only then will we open channels to the grace of God.
- The Rosary of Liberation must be said by an intention every time you pray: Conversion, marriage, family, health, work, family, friends, enemies (which should not exist), etc.. Each intention should be one third of the rosary. When we pray with the heart and with faith in the liberating power and curator of the Word of God and the name of Jesus, intercession touches the heart of God because it is done in the name of Jesus and according to the Word of God, and its effect is felt quickly and powerfully.
- The prayer of the Rosary of Liberation takes about eight minutes. "For as the rain and the snow from heaven, and return not thither but water the earth, fertilize and make it sprout, giving seed to the sower and bread to the eater, so shall my word be that goes forth from my mouth, it shall not return to me empty, but it has done what I pleased and accomplishing that which I sent it. " (Ls.55 ,10-11).
"Therefore I say: Whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it and it will be yours. (Mark, 11:24).
ATTENTION! The prayer of the Rosary of Liberation does not replace the wonderful devotion to the Rosary of Our Lady.
In your loving arms Immaculate Mother we trust the fruits of this Rosary of Liberation.
Lord Jesus, we praise and thank you that You, for your mercy and pity, you raised this powerful prayer that produces wonderful fruits of health, salvation and deliverance in our lives, in our family and in the lives of the people for whom we pray.
Thank you, Jesus, for your infinite love for us! Heavenly Father, we love You, Father, with all the confidence of children.
We come to You in this time and cry a great outpouring of your Spirit in our hearts.
Father! We empty ourselves so that the Holy Spirit may come upon us. So, before the cross of Jesus Christ, we renew our total and unconditional surrender to You. We ask forgiveness of all our sins and now place them on the wounded body of Jesus. We emptied of all afflictions, worries, anxieties and all that has taken away the joy of living. We give our hearts, in Jesus' name.
Father, we put on the wounds of Jesus Crucified all our infirmities of body, soul and spirit; concerns with family and work, the financial problems, marriage and all our anxieties, uncertainties and afflictions. Lord, we cry out the redeeming power of the Blood of Jesus. Let this blood come upon us now to cleanse and purify our hearts from an evil conscience.
Jesus, have mercy on me!
Jesus have mercy on us!
Yes, Father, we surrender our wills, weaknesses, miseries and sins, our heart, body, soul and spirit, in short, everything we are and have: our faith, life, marriage, family, work, vocation, ministry.
Fill us with your Spirit, Lord! Fill us with your love, with your power and your life!
Come, Holy Spirit of God! Come in Jesus' name! May the Word of God come and become alive in us proclaimed through the prayer of the Rosary of Liberation, and that he operates in every heart the grace of healing, salvation and deliverance, in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
* NOTE: At the end of this prayer we start the Rosary of Liberation praying the Creed and continuing with the Rosary beads as indicated.
ROSARY OF LIBERATION
The Rosary of Liberation begins with the Creed and ends with the prayer of the Hail . In the Lord's Prayer each account we will proclaim the word of God. " Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed "(Jn 8,36).
If, for example, I pray for myself, I will say (in each account instead of the Father): If Jesus set me free, I will be truly free. If I pray for my family, I will say: If Jesus frees my family, my family will be truly free. It is proclaiming the word of God!
In each account of the Hail Mary, we pray:
Jesus, have mercy on me! Jesus, heal me! Jesus, save me! Jesus, deliver me!
If you pray for your family, you must pray in each account of the Hail Mary:
Jesus, have mercy on my family! Jesus, heal my family! Jesus, save my family! Jesus, deliver my family!
And in each account of Father:
If Jesus frees my family, my family will be truly free.
If you pray for a person, for example, Joseph, do as follows:
In each Our Father bead:
If Jesus frees Joseph, Joseph will be truly free.
In each account of the Hail Mary:
Jesus, have mercy on Joseph! Jesus heal Joseph! Jesus, save Joseph! Jesus free Joseph!
After praying the full Rosary of Liberation, thank Jesus for the blessings He is pouring on you and on those for whom you are interceding.
Easy, isn't it? You see, at the end of the Rosary of Liberation, you will feel the effects of God's grace in yourself, in your family or in the lives of the people for whom you have interceded. The heavenly Father will give health, salvation and liberation.
The intentions you prayed about, Jesus will hear. Be assured that the Lord Jesus will hear your cry and will cater to your requests because the Bible says that the Word does not return to God without producing its fruit (see Isaiah 55:11). When you proclaim the Word of God with faith and repented of your sins through prayer - Jesus, have mercy on me! - Certainly a very large victory of Jesus, his redeeming blood and His Word will manifest in your life and the lives of those for whom you have prayed. The living Jesus will heal, save and deliver.
We truly believe that, because God is faithful in fulfilling His Word (see Jer 1:12).
We also believe this because we have experimented in our own lives the wonderful effects of the Rosary of Liberation, not counting the hundreds of testimonials that exists out there in the world.
Lord Jesus, I ask forgiveness for all our sins. We further call on your behalf, to God the Father, He sent the Holy Spirit, filling our hearts the gift of proclaiming your word with great faith and trust, through the Rosary of Liberation. We ask You, Jesus, by your power to manifest in our lives that you do miracles and wonders through this powerful prayer of faith which is nothing but the proclamation of your Word.
Our hearts begin to fill with joy and peace, Doesn't it? If you want to know the text we use to proclaim small accounts corresponding to the Hail Mary, open your Bible to the Gospel of St. Mark: "Son of David, Jesus, have mercy on me" (Mk 10:47), said the blind Bartimaeus to Jesus, when he heard this sentence, he stopped. We firmly believe that when you make this prayer with confidence - Jesus, have mercy on me! - Jesus will also stop.
"They came to Jericho. And went out of Jericho with his disciples and a great multitude, the son of Timaeus (Bartimaeus) was a blind beggar by the roadside. Upon hearing that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout: Son of David, Jesus, have mercy on me! "(Mk. 10: 46-47). Jesus stopped. He will also stop in order to assist you as he did with the blind Bartimaeus.
"Jesus, facing him said:" What do you want me to do? "The blind man said: 'Rabboni, I want to see!' Jesus said, 'Go, your faith has saved you'. And immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way. Jesus will hear your prayer - Jesus, have mercy on me! - He will stop and ask: "What do you want me to do?" And you with all faith, shall say: Jesus, heal me! Jesus save me! Jesus, deliver me!.
"Did not I tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God" (Jn 11,40). "Jesus replied:" 'GoYour faith has saved you. '" (Lk 18.42)
"If you have faith as a mustard seed, you will say to this sycamore tree, 'Be uprooted and planted in the sea and it would obey you" (Luke 7:6)
"Now, then, without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him" (HB 11.6) "Everything is possible for him who believes" (Mk 9,23).
"Therefore I say: Whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it and it will be yours" (Mark 11:24)
Jesus answered the prayer of blind Bartimaeus, the leper, the centurion who had a paralyzed servant ... and he will attend your request!
Then Jesus said to the centurion, "Go! Let it be done just as you believed it would." And his servant was healed at that moment (Matthew 8:13)
Do you understand now the power in the prayer of the Rosary of Liberation?
It is the power of the Word of God in action!