Flame of Love Book Bundle


This is the spiritual classic, The Flame of Love: the Spiritual Diary of Elizabeth Kindelmann, a humble mystic and victim soul who lived in Hungary from 1913 to 1985. Elizabeth received a directive from the Lord to commit to writing the words she received from heaven between 1961 and 1983. Extraordinary graces of literally blinding Satan, and reaching heaven quickly are attached to the spiritual practices and promises in the Diary.

On August 2, 1962, Our Lady said these remarkable words to Elizabeth: “Since the Word became Flesh, I have never given such a great movement as the Flame of Love that comes to you now. Until now, there has been nothing that so blinds Satan.” Through the Flame of Love, an unparalleled signal grace will come upon the world: “Due to lack of faith, earth is entering into darkness, but earth will experience a great jolt of faith. People will believe and will create a new world. By the Flame of Love, confidence and faith will take root. Earth, although flooded with sufferings, will be renewed by Our Lady’s intercession.” (Our Lord to Elizabeth Kindelmann on March 27, 1963)

God is seeking to build up a holy army of souls on earth and to populate heaven through the release of souls in purgatory, in preparation for the battle ahead that leads to sure victory for those firm in faith. As Jesus said to Elizabeth, “All are invited to join my special fighting force. The coming of my Kingdom must be your only purpose in life. My words will reach a multitude of souls. Trust! I will help all of you in a miraculous way.”

The Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary” is the greatest grace given to mankind since the Incarnation. And in the not-so-distant future, with the help of the faithful, her flame will engulf the entire world.

This book comes with a prayer card of The Unity Prayer dictated by Jesus, which He promised has the power to blind Satan, and a trifold brochure to guide you through a Holy Hour, using powerful prayers from the Diary. The original Spiritual Diary in Hungarian received the Imprimatur from Cardinal Péter Erdo, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest and Primate of Hungary.