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What is the Prayer of Adoration?

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In the New Testament Adoration means the true worship of God and of the Lord Jesus in every part of creation.

Christians relate to a personal God in a tangible way through the humanity of Christ that dwells within the Eucharist and his presence in our hearts.

In this prayer of adoration two life currents meet. One that comes from God which includes his revelations about Himself and his command for us to adore and worship him alone. The other life current is the way we relate to God. (Matthew 4:10; Luke 4:8)

The Word of God also speaks about the angels adoring God.

“When He brings the First born into the world, God says, ‘let the angels adore him.’

(Heb: 1:6)

At His Last Supper Discourse, Jesus said that whoever remained in union with Him in the Blessed Sacrament will bear much fruit.( John: 15-5).

At Fatima 70,000 people witnessed the miracle of the dancing sun. The sun in the sky is a sign of the Son of God in the Blessed Sacrament. One is the natural resources of all power and life, the other is the supernatural source. That is why every monstrance is in the form of a sunburst.

The miracle of Fatima foretells the great Eucharist Miracle that is coming. In every place where Jesus is adored in the Blessed Sacrament. The light of His love will burst forth like the dawn for everyone to see.

As soon as there are enough chapels of perpetual adoration to satisfy God’s divine justice, He will show the whole world his Divine Mercy by revealing what is concealed , making visible what is hidden, the light of His love in the Blessed Sacrament.

Each Holy Hour advances the day when Jesus will restore all things to Himself. Only when we glorify Him in the Blessed Sacrament with our love, will He manifest the glory of His love to all mankind.

Politically, socially, economically, educationally and morally we are beyond human solution. What we need is divine intervention and this divine intervention will be the great Eucharistic miracle.

This is why St. Pius called perpetual adoration “the work of works “. And he is called the Eucharistic Pope.



“You sent Your Son Jesus to help us to relate to God our Father and Your spirit to make us holy. Through them we come to know the mystery of Your life. Help us to worship and adore You the One God, by proclaiming and living our faith in You.

” In Jesus Name I pray, Amen.