Noemi Grace
 About Noemi Grace

Use me for the Healing of the World

Noemi Grace
September 11, 2001
Cambridge, MA

On September 11, 2001, I was in a graduate school psychology class in Cambridge, across the river from Boston, when the terrorists attacked. As I waited for the train to return home for what seemed like hours, I saw fear on people’s faces and felt it in my heart. Quietly at first, and growing louder and more persistent over several hours, I met their fear and mine with the prayer, “Use me for the healing of the world.”

I never knew what motivated this prayer. But at the time, I meant every word. I was willing to be of service for healing, in any way. Now after receiving hundreds of messages from God about Divine love, wisdom and grace, I realize that prayer is being answered in a way I never could ever have imagined. I offered to be of service and God stepped in and blessed me with life-changing messages. Now the Divine has asked me to share them with all who are willing to receive them.

I never could have imagined being in this position of receiving so many Divine gifts. It all started on March 3, 2012 with an amazing message during my workout that reverberated through the room:

Love is the fabric of freedom. Forgiveness paves the way to freedom.

What marvelous words! I had no doubt my mind was incapable of inventing these words. How could someone like me who was secretly harboring judgment and guilt create these words? I knew that I couldn’t. And yet I heard them as clear as any words I’ve ever heard.

Over the years, I often pondered that message and tried to understand its meaning. Then in 2015, messages from God filled with Divine love, grace, and forgiveness began to come to me during my daily meditation with my husband, David.

Through hearing and recording these messages, I learned:

God is speaking to all of us. To hear God, we must learn to listen.

God loves us unconditionally and wants us to love ourselves with Divine unconditional love.

At our core we are love, as God is.

We are all unique and special to God.

God does not judge us and wants us to stop judging ourselves and others.

God respects free will but showers us with Divine grace, especially if we ask for help.

I have fallen in love with myself. This was  no small task, as most of my life I judged myself harshly.

My heart is full and it is my deep desire to share these loving words of God speaking with you to offer you the same opportunity I had.  
It is my prayer that you be as blessed by these words as I have been.

In gratitude,
Noemi Grace


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