Another promise for those who pray this hymn of praise: “from wind and fire it will shield us.”
The fire in San Diego, California started in October 23, 2007 and destroyed many houses in San Diego, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Sta Fe, Poway, Escondido, Ramona, etc. When I saw the news of the fire in television, the first thing I did after a short prayer was to call one of the leaders from Penasquitos and requested her to hang a Brown Scapular on their front door and to face the direction where the fire was and together with her husband pray the Hymn of the angels unceasingly so their house and all those in their area will be spared. Then I called up all the other leaders of the Adorers of the Holy Trinity in San Diego County and gave them the same instructions and asked them also to call up all the members of our community.
After the fire, these people have their own stories to tell: the miracle of the Holy Trinity in sparing their homes and the homes of their love ones. They are one in giving their testimony that the wind changed its direction as they prayed and even chant the Holy, Holy, Holy God of Host! Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Glory to the Father, glory to the Son, glory to the Holy Spirit!
To all those who prayed this hymn of the angels and saints in heaven, their homes were all spared from the fire.
So again, I ask…..is this a coincidence or is it a miracle?
This is a continuation of the miracles of the Hymn of the Angels to those who pray this hymn of grace.
This hymn is likened to a rainbow. A rainbow is the sign of God’s covenant or promise to His people and all living beings that the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all mortal beings. (Gen 9: 13-16)
“To a rainbow it is like from the waters to the sky”….this means that when we travel by sea or by plane, we will be safe if we pray the Hymn of the Angels.
Around fifteen years ago, I was invited to give a Healing Seminar in Alcantara, Romblon, an island in the Philippines. I remember that it was November, a month of typhoons in our country and a current strong typhoon was having a havoc to the areas it visited.
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The Hymn of the Angels was described in the Book of Isaiah 6:1-3. He had a vision fo God seated on His throne with Seraphims stationed above as they cried to one another, “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts! All the earth is filled with His glory!”
In Revelations 4:8, St John described also his vision of four living creatures with six wings around the throne of God who do not stop exclaiming day and night: Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, Who was, Who is, and Who is to come.”
We, too are familiar with this hymn because we sing this during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and many more lyrics of songs were adapted from this hymn sung in heaven.
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Have you ever experienced an earthquake while on the eighteenth floor of an old building? We did! And what an experience!
It happened on Sunday, August 23, 1998 at about 1:45 in the afternoon while we were on the air with our religious radio program. I remember that we had three guests. One of the guests was reading the Gospel for the day while Josie and our two other guests were listening. Suddenly, we felt our chairs moving and then…. the booth and the whole building was swaying….no more doubt, it was an earthquake!!!!
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