Gathering of Love With God's Action in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus

 

2004-10-23 - AM

 

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: God says that all the words that will be pronounced will come only from him, from him alone; it is in union with each of you that God has gathered us together today, he wants us to form but one family, his family: the Church.

God takes me all over, wherever he wants me to be; today, I left my house, and I also entrusted my three children to God, my three grandchildren to God as well; everywhere I go, God says: “Do not worry, go where I want you to be, and my angels are taking care of your children and of your grandchildren.”

I have complete faith in God, only in God; I know that what he says is true, even if, sometimes, when I come home, it happens that they’re waiting for me with a few surprises; to a mother, sometimes, those surprises are either filled with joy or with worries.

We mothers have a tendency to worry about our children.

We panic when we feel that they aren’t like we would like them to be; we lack faith in God because God has placed a guardian angel by their side, and us, we think that we’re better than that guardian angel whereas he's a spirit of love, a perfect spirit.

There are no contradictions in the guardian angel whereas we, we have them: every day, we panic, every day, fears appear within us, they rise up without our realizing it; they don’t ask our permission, they’re there, inside us.

God is saying these words to us in order to prepare us for what we’re going to hear: God wants us to abandon ourselves into his hands.

These gatherings are willed by him, these gatherings give us graces.

At every gathering, God says: “There are healings. Not a single person does not receive graces of healing.”

The soul is in such need of graces! Our heart needs graces, our thoughts need to be enveloped by God's graces and our entire being, our being that is in physical pain, needs God's graces.

Us, we can’t give ourselves what God wants to give us, and so God says: “Leave your life in my hands, and I will take care of you; leave your children in my hands, and I will take care of your children; leave all those you love in my hands, and I will take care of them; and allow yourselves to be taken up by my movement of love: a movement that can bring you only love.”

 

Jesus: Children of love, God makes himself present to each one of you: within you is the Presence.

Through my Presence, you hear these words; I speak to each one of you, I am the Presence who knows your interior better than you.

The words that this instrument, whom I call the Girl of My Will in Jesus, hears, they are words that are within you; I speak within you; I gather you all within my Heart, in the Church.

I am the very Heart of the Church and because you give your consent, these words make themselves heard within you at this moment and you hear them externally through this instrument who repeats what I say to each one of you.

All is done through the power of the Holy Spirit; do I not have this power, my children, to gather you together in one single heart in order to (make it) beat in my Heart, in the Church?

These times are times of graces.

Did I not say: “Know how to recognize the signs.” When the wind blows from the south, you know that it will be warm and when it blows from the north, you know that it will be cold: and so know how to recognize this sign of love that gathers you in my Heart, in the Heart of the Church, for you, to teach you what you are on the inside.

Inside you, you carry the mark of disobedience; through Baptism, you were purified of the original sin, but because of human will, your flesh bears the mark of sin within you: the sin committed by you, the sin committed by those you carry within you.

You carry all my children: all those who came before you are in you, all those who died and went to Purgatory are in you and all those who are in Heaven are in you. Those who are in God's Kingdom have been purified (and) those who are being purified in Purgatory know they are saved, purified by a fire of love, but you!

My children, allow yourselves to be purified by my words, allow yourselves to be purified by a fire of love: I am in the process, my children, of preparing you for the Great Purification.

May all those who wish to see, see, and all those who wish to hear, hear: such is the Will of God.

Because you are in your human will, God reminds you of these words; they have been heard in other gatherings and I will continue repeating them to you in other gatherings, because your interior must be ready for what is to come.

Ceaselessly, my children, I shall talk to you about yourselves; ceaselessly, my children, I shall remind you of who you are, what sin has made of you: weak beings, beings with an inclination towards temptation.

Yes, you have an inclination to listen to the evil within you, the evil that dwells in your interior, for due to your human will, you must live with good within you and evil within you.

It is up to you to choose between good and evil, but how your flesh is weak, my children, how your mind is weak, and how your heart is weak!

Because of everything you have done, you lack love; because of everything that is inside you, you lack love towards yourselves.

Listen to these words that are nothing but love for you:

One day, God saw to which extent light would be good, to which extent light would bring love: from that love, the light was, from that love, the light burst forth and illuminated, and the darkness came to know the light: creation revealed itself.

Within this universe, God placed all that men were meant to see from earth; the earth was created and all its contents; the waters were filled with life; all living creatures came to fill the sky, the earth and the waters.

From earth, God created a creature in the image of the Son of God; he breathed love into that being, and that being received life: the life of God within him; that being walked about and looked at God's creation: he contemplated God's work, he savoured the harmony; that being was Adam, everything about him was nothing but beauty; Adam was in God and God was pleased with Adam, for he was his work.

God watched Adam walking about and said that he had to be complete; he made the woman: Eve received the breath of God.

Adam and Eve became the complement of the other: Eve gazed at Adam, who gave love to her, and Adam gazed at Eve, who gave love to him: both knew that this love came from God.

Both thanked God for what they were receiving; it was through gestures, through loving words that they returned to God what they had received; all was pure, no impurity existed within them.

Adam loved Eve and Eve loved Adam, she followed him: she loved Adam’s company just as Adam loved Eve’s company.

Adam spoke to God about what he had been given and God spoke to Adam about what he had given him: Eve did the same.

One day, Eve was speaking, speaking about God's love, speaking about how powerful God was to know everything; oh! how she loved God for what she was and for what God was, she was speaking about love!

Along came the Tempter, permitted by God, for the Tempter wanted to put God's two creatures to the test and God knew his creatures, he had given them everything that was meant to bring them love: Satan received God's permission and he went to Eve with honeyed words; he spoke to Eve, Eve listened to those words and Eve was not afraid; and she spoke with that character who used such unctuous language and the seducer made Eve discover how much she had received, and how much she had to be grateful for, and how good it would be if she herself could know (more), could understand, could identify what was around her, and what was not meant for her; and so, he invited her to know good and evil: she defended herself saying that God had warned her about going towards good and evil.

Satan, that loathsome being, tried every which way to convince Eve that she was not at fault, but that if she knew what good and evil were, she could give even more to God, she would become as if she were a tiny little god.

And Eve listened to those words, those words began to enter her; she who should have gone to see God, she who should have turned to God, she listened to those deceptive words, those honeyed words, those seductive words, and so, she went to find Adam.

Adam looked at Eve, he asked her, “Why these words? God asks us to not to go towards what is good and evil, we owe everything to God,” but Eve repeated the words she had heard; those words became convincing.

Adam should have been the first to protect Eve from her weakness, but he did not do so; he should have gone to God, for he had received everything from God, but he let himself be tempted by the woman, for her words were sweet, seductive, her words led him to have confidence; so Adam allowed himself to be tempted and he turned towards the knowledge of good and evil.

They disobeyed The Love, they disobeyed God, and God made them aware of their fault: man was chased away, just as woman was chased away, from that place of love, and the Divine Will withdrew from them, and they entered the human will where they were, from then on, to know what good was and what evil was on their own.

Today, the children of this world must live with their human will knowing what is good

and what is evil, but because of sin, they are weak before their decisions:

they allow themselves to be easily tricked by evil.

Today, woman often uses her words to seduce; today, woman uses words to deceive; today, woman uses sweet words to get what she wants; today, woman has a weapon inside her that goes against her and against man.

Children of love, woman must be attentive to God in order to protect herself from herself; she must be humble in order to recognize her place, she must only have faith in God to protect herself from what she has inside herself.

The tongue, my children, can be love or sin to you: when we are not for God, when we are not in the light, in the truth, we fall into errors.

Know, my children, that I want to speak with love; I use words of truth and I place graces within you so that you might clearly understand what I want to make you understand.

How many times has woman done her husband harm because of what she has said? How many times has she tried to convince her husband that she was right? How many times has she tried to tell her husband that he was wrong while she, she claimed to be right? How many times did she believe herself capable of directing his life to make him more loving, to make him more helpful, to make him more attentive to her needs?

Without realizing it, woman was becoming a weapon against love; without realizing it, woman strayed from the path of love; without realizing it, woman wanted to take God's place in her home.

How can one not look at this through what Eve was: Eve wanted to listen when she should have desired silence; how many times has woman, rather than remain silent, spoken? She wanted to fix the problems of the couple, she wanted to, on her own, be the referee when there were disagreements.

Woman has always occupied a place, with her tongue, of more importance than she should have had: woman goes against herself at times.

It is in humility that she must remain in order to protect herself from sin of disobedience to God; it is in the littleness of what she is that she should keep herself so that God can take care of her, so that she can allow herself to be enveloped by God's graces, so that she can see and hear.

Words can be in the service of good or in the service of evil, but when she talks and talks, and talks, very often, she loses her train of thought, and she falls into error.

Children of love, I want to bring you back to where you should have been from the beginning.

You have received love from God; you have received the maternal Presence, tenderness; you have received patience; you have received wisdom; you have received so many gifts, my children, to lead your life towards something good, to serve: yes, you received everything you needed from God in order to serve.

To serve, my children, is to give of yourselves, to give is to discover love for when we give, we are more and more love, and when we are more and more love, we have joy: happiness is to give.

There is no happiness when there is a lack of love.

When woman talks too much, she overwhelms; when woman gives her opinion, she crushes; when woman wants to protect too much, she is possessive; when woman always wants to elevate what is around her to her standards, she dominates; when woman wants to obtain what she needs with her words, she seduces.

You see, how can you recognize yourselves in all this, with everything that you are, if you are unaware of what is inside you, if you are unaware of what the human will has made of you?

 “Oh women of love, I created you to be man’s companion, in order to be God's bride. I created you because you are love!”

Yes, woman is love; woman bears within her the gift of giving herself; she bears within her the maternal Presence of God, so that she can receive God's creatures within her: woman received everything so that her Body could be God's temple of love.

When a woman carries a child in her womb, she carries God's love: she becomes a temple to that child.

Woman is a jewel of love to God: she is God's beauty, and all she represents is nothing but love.

She has no need of all those words to show others that she is from God, for when we look at woman, who is love, who can but have faith in God, we are looking at God's light that shines within her, for what emerges from her can only reflect God's presence, for God placed within woman all she was meant to have in order to bear his creation; she becomes light, and she illuminates those who look at her: this is what woman is, this is what she must be.

Man, because of sin, has lost his pride, his sense of belonging to God alone.

Man is, through Adam, the being chosen to protect all creation, to protect every creature, to protect woman; God gave man all he needs to take care of what comes from God.

He should be complete unto himself because he was made to create, he was made to work and the results are works of God; he therefore becomes what God wants him to be: a creator, and all his works are a creation.

Just as God created Adam: man must create; he is in God, and God wants to gaze upon the work that he is; man must have faith only in God, for everything he has received comes from God; he must not shift his gaze towards this world nor towards what he creates, but towards God, for everything comes from God; he comes from God and all he does is from God; and so, in order to create, he must be completely in God so that his works are worthy of what God expects of him.

Man has received from God his paternal Presence and God placed woman at his side so that he might protect her, so that he might be a being of love for her, a being who takes care of woman; but man, because of his human will, listens to woman, and because he listens to woman, he allows himself to be seduced by her; because he listens to woman, he allows himself to be deceived by her; because he listens only to woman, he is inclined to make mistakes.

Man must have faith only in God to take care of her, he must see faith in God in her; but how can he see that all she says comes from God when he places her before God?

Man must be completely devoted to God in order to be a complete being for woman; if he listens to woman instead of going to God, he will not be complete: God will be lacking in all things; so what he will say will bear weakness, what he will do will bear weakness.

Adam was created by God, Adam is in God's image; from God, he received love, life: breath, and from him emerged woman and God placed in woman his breath: life.

You see, man must be to woman a complete being of love in order to give woman what she must receive from him: all that will emerge from man must come only from God.

A man who gives everything to a woman is love; a man who speaks in God: the woman receives those words and she recovers her confidence; a man who gives his presence to a woman: the woman sees in that man, who is in God, that he can give her love, the woman feels this; the man gives of himself in order to be everything to the woman, because he has only this need: to give of himself so that she can be happy, because God gave man all he needs so that he can give, give and give.

When a man is love, woman knows that he is love: she has no need to make him loving because what emerges from the man are only loving words, are only loving gestures: everything within him is love; it is as if God had placed his power of love within man, it is as if man were love at its strongest; this strength is felt by the woman, and the man remains what he is: a being made of love, a complete being of love meant to give, to return to God his work.

God looks upon man and God loves man because he is to woman what God wants to be: tenderness, protection, patience, wisdom, truth, light.

Man and woman become to each other one being before God: a loving union; they become a couple, they become husband and wife: his wife, her husband, and God looks upon them and blesses this couple.

God nourishes this couple with his graces of love; these graces are unique, these graces are for the couple; they are graces of unity, graces that do none other than join two beings so that they form but one before God.

And God says: “Oh creatures who rule (over) all inferior creatures, to God you are one unit; between the two of you, you encompass my entire creation, for all I have made, I made it for you so that you might be one in God.”

The Master of creation acknowledges your union, he acknowledges the harmony; he acknowledges that he is part of that harmony, for God created everything to please his two creatures who form but one creature in God: all is a union of love.

It is love that is making itself felt, it is love that is making itself seen, it is love that is making itself heard, and all sounds join together to sing God's glory, to adore God, him, the Creator, him, The Love, him, the All of all things.

Children of love, these words are words of light, words for you who live in these times during which couples are in conflict, during which families are breaking apart, during which my Church is suffering, during which my priests no longer know how to listen to their God, during which my consecrated no longer acknowledge their Bridegroom.

Each one of you is in the very presence of the light, that light that shows you your interior.

Deep in your heart of hearts, you are God's creatures in his universe: everything was created for you; you are unique and God created everything for the sake of this unity: you in God, God in you.

There is no greater love than God's for you, for each of you: know to recognize your place in God, know to recognize your place in this universe created by God; melt into this All and be nothing but this all; God wants to make you see to which extent you are love.

Within this All, there is love, the infinite love of God, and you are a whole within this All; is it possible to understand God's love? It is only by dying in God that you will be able to grasp the infinite immensity of God's love for you, for your little whole:

God is taking hold of you at this moment, he is making you enter the universe,

the universe of love where movement never stops.

A movement is stirring within you, it is filled with God's all; God causes you to stir within his All, he makes you know his Presence, an eternal presence, a presence that will never end, a presence that causes you to stir within him:

“Eternal movement, movement of light; into this all you enter to live only for God, and God makes himself seen so that you may be in the Light: infinite light, light where everything is a whole, where the beginning does not exist, where the end does not exist; within this all you are little, light within this light which combine within that light.

You create motion within the light, wanting only to live in the light, wanting to merge only with the light, to see and hear the Light, to savour those movements that are eternal movements.

A whole allows himself to be moved by the very movement; he does not stop, he lets himself go because he has faith in the Light, and the Light has taken him: he himself has become light; he does not seek, he has found: he is there, present in the Light, and all is.

Happiness occurs because the Light is Happiness and happiness is within the whole, and the whole becomes happiness.

Glowing, he becomes the spark of the Light and the Light is the spark, and the spark begins to give eternal homage through its rays, and its rays do not cease penetrating the Light, infinite depth, eternal depth: the whole is and shall be.”

Children of love, you are a whole and because you agree to being a whole within the All, you accept graces.

To want to understand with your human will is to not include your whole within the All.

To want to melt into the Divine Will is to accept that your whole be in the All, and to render unto God what is God's: God wants to make you understand that God is aware of everything, that God sees everything, that God knows everything, and that God wants everything for you.

To not want to take your words to replace God is to give yourselves love, it is to have faith only in God, it is to taste that infinite love.

To not want to change another is to render unto God what is God's, for the other is not yours, he is God's; the other is part of the All, for he is a whole within the All, it is to not take what has been given to God.

To want to respect who you are is to want for yourselves what God wants for you: graces of love, of peace, of joy.

To want to respect the other is to let God make you discover that the other is under God's protection, for God wants to fulfill him with his joys, with his love, with his light.

To want to be in the All is to understand God's love, it is to not to take yourself for a god; yes, to want to be completely God's is to return to God, it is to return to where Eve should have been: in the Divine Will, it is to return to where Adam should have been: in the Divine Will.

To die is to live; to die is to give up human will, it is to renounce yourselves so that you do not take yourselves for little gods: this, my children, is God's infinite love for you.

God wants to make you discover your interior through his graces, through his words.

There is only God who can speak to you like this, my children; no human being can speak with words that come from the Divine Will; what you have heard came from God, from God within you, from your presence.

This instrument, who speaks, pronounces the words through the power of the Holy Spirit because she has renounced her human will, wanting only to live for God, having faith only in God, renouncing her human voice.

Faith must happen in each one of you; faith must unite you to form but one body, the Body of the (Son) of God the Father: the Church.

You are members of the Church and you are all united to form but my Body: this is the union of love, this is a language of love, this is eternal life.

Be humble and love one another as brothers and as sisters, not trying to teach with your words who is the woman and who is the man in this world, for this world has not understood, for this world has not been able to grasp the depth of God's love. The times remind you that my time is not your time: it is up to God alone to educate you with his Divine Will.

My movement of love is mine, not yours: the Divine Will is the Divine Will, it need not answer to you, but it is up to you to bow down before the greatness of God's love for you, before God's patience for you. Have faith in God, and your reward shall be an eternal reward.

I love you, my children: receive graces through my chosen priests, so that you can understand the greatness of your presence here, today, with all your brothers and your sisters of the entire world. Amen.

 

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: When we heard this teaching, several among us accepted to recognize ourselves as we really are.

Woman throughout her life has wanted to show those around her, through her words, how good it was to do God's Will; she used to teach as she, she was able to; as she, she had learned.

The words in woman are sometimes deceiving; the words in woman are sometimes full of lies; the words in woman are sometimes uttered to seduce.

When they are deceiving, very often, it is because they show a lack of truth; woman isn’t always aware of this lack of truth and those who hear them hear those words as if they were true.

How can they, those who hear them, describe or see the truth? They can’t (on their own), because they’re caught up in (their own) words, their own language; those as well, the words that are in them, don’t always bear truth, light, knowledge; and so, it’s as if two languages were being spoken and, between these two languages, they were both trying to show that they are right to listen to these words and to act according to what they have heard.

You see, God's Spirit wants to make us understand that when we talk, we use the knowledge inside us, and the one who hears also uses the knowledge inside him; and so the result is very often a weakness, a weakness of language, of gestures, of opinions, of feelings: a weakness that cannot bear light, the nourishment that is grace.

Grace, it alone can nourish our interior; the soul needs graces to go forward; the soul that is nourished by graces gives our mind, our heart what they need to do good deeds; but that weakness that we’ve just received, it doesn’t bear graces; and so our soul, it can’t nourish our mind, our heart; and so our deeds are very weak: weak towards ourselves and weak towards our neighbour.

When we’re weak (in graces), we don’t feel good inside; when we’re weak (in graces), we feel fear inside us, uncertainty, doubt; we don’t have faith in others, we only have faith in ourselves, because we’ve just received knowledge, and we don’t have faith in others; and, then we lack charity towards our neighbour: to lack charity towards our neighbour is to be lacking towards God's first commandment.

How do we live with this? How do we live as God's children with what we are? God loves us, God isn’t coming to talk to us to crush us, but to make us go forward; it’s with what we are that he wants to make us go forward: he knows our weaknesses, he knows our faults; the way we speak, he knows it; this is why he instituted the sacraments: the sacrament of Penance that puts us back on the right track; when we fall off track, because of our words, we hurt ourselves and we hurt our neighbour.

God speaks to us through his graces. When the priest speaks, it’s God who’s speaking: these are graces and our soul receives graces; our heart is therefore nourished with graces: our mind and our actions improve.

Every time we go to Confession, we give our soul the chance to receive graces; every time we go to Communion, our soul receives graces, and we, we allow ourselves to be nourished: our heart becomes more loving, our thoughts become more loving and our gestures also become more loving for ourselves and for our neighbour; these are graces of love that we’re receiving, these are graces of peace because when we receive graces of love: peace enters us, we begin to see the light.

If we lose our peace, we can’t see the light because we remain troubled. Try to look through a window that's all dirty, black with mud, you’ll see that you won’t see a thing: that's how it happens inside us when we lose our peace: inside us, fear shows itself.

When we’re afraid we bear judgements towards our neighbour, we judge, we say that a certain person is insincere, that another is also insincere, that another “…did such and such a thing, that's not right… Ah, me, I can’t stand that person because that person gets on my nerves.”

We watch TV, and we don’t stop judging; we go to work and we don’t stop judging; we’re with a group of friends and we don’t stop judging; we try to teach God's Word and we don’t stop judging; we pray and we don’t stop judging; we’re on our deathbed and we don’t stop judging; that's fear.

All these judgements have made our interior dirty, it’s so dirty that we don’t see anything anymore; and so we don’t see the light, we remain troubled and, if we’re troubled, what emerges from us is nothing but harmful to our neighbour: this is what God wants to make us understand.

The woman has a tendency to talk with her bitter tongue. What she says is usually aimed at someone, and what is aimed usually hurts; it’s not always pleasant for those who are around her; oh! she wants to help her husband, but she overwhelms him with her reprimands, she humiliates him with her advice, she belittles him with her flattery; you see, we don’t help the person close to our heart with what we are.

The tongue goes against us when it doesn’t praise God, when it doesn’t respect our neighbour, when it doesn’t love as God loves.

How then must we women speak since we say to ourselves: “Well, this is how we are. It’s not my fault, I was told to say a certain thing. Is it my fault if I love him? Is it my fault if I want to give my child what is best, while my words don’t stop showing him the opposite?”

How can we look at this through what we’ve understood? God will give us graces of silence and we’ll enter inside ourselves more easily.

God is telling me to give an example: one day, while we were sitting at the table, Monique and I, during a meal, we talked about the Duplessis orphans, because God had given a teaching on the Duplessis orphans; what we were saying were words, we thought, of compassion; and then God said to us: “Useless words, be quiet, my children, remain silent.” So God had just made us understand that those words of compassion were not so.

When we said that they had suffered, that they had judged people, like the nuns, the priests, that they were young, and that now that they were adults, they have to learn how to pray; who were we, us, to say those words? Who are we, us, to try to understand their suffering? Who were we, us, to say that there was a solution to their sufferings?

Without our realizing it, our words of compassion were words of little gods: we were taking ourselves for God; it wasn’t up to us to understand, but it was up to us to give: only to give!

God doesn’t want our useless words, he wants us to give him words of abandonment: “I give them to you, Lord, because you, you know them and you love them. You, you have known them, Lord, not I! We give them to you, Lord.”

This is what God expects from each one of us: he wants us to learn to surrender those we love to him, those we don’t know: abandonment!

He's the one who is God, not us; he's the one who knows all, who sees all and he's the one who will comfort, who will repair, who will soften things; he's the one who will do all he can so that those we carry inside us and so (that those) we talk about can receive graces.

When we spoke, they weren’t able to receive graces since our words didn’t bear graces; they were words coming from two women who were talking uselessly, so they didn’t receive anything; but when God asked us: “Useless words, remain silent,” do you know what we did? I don’t know what happened in Monique, but I, I know one thing: “Forgive me, Lord, I give you everything,” that's what entered me immediately: “I give you everything.” God wants us to give him everything because he wants everything for us.

The moment when I was giving him everything, he was giving me graces: graces of love for me, graces of peace.

I was recovering my peace and they were receiving graces of love so that they could see the light; they, in turn, were receiving graces of peace so that they could know that they are God's chosen.

You see, we don’t know what happens inside us but God, he does everything for us; we have to have faith in him in all things; our words must only be words of love for us and for our neighbour: this is what we must be, we women.

When we have a child that isn’t like us, we would like him to be: we’d like him to be at peace; we’d like it if he didn’t cry; we’d like him to be healthy; we’d like him to be good in school; we’d like him to have a suitable job; we’d like him to own a house; we’d like to have good, healthy kids; we’d like her to have a good husband, him a good wife; we‘d like him to be happy; we’d like him to be comforted because he has just received bad news; we’d like him to be at peace, to love God.

And it’s not with our words that this is going to happen, that they’re going to get those graces; it’s not by worrying that they’re going to receive graces because our worries don’t bear graces, but our abandonment can bear graces.

To give everything to God: “God, I have faith in you; God, you placed life in my womb; when I received the seed of life, in me grew the tiny little child chosen by you, only by you.

During nine months, I nourished him with what you gave me; I could not have done it on my own, it was necessary for you to place everything within me so that I could carry out this action.

Everything that entered him, through me, came from you because you created me and this child was created by you, not by me, for nothing came from me since I did not come from myself: I came from another creature that received everything from you, for she couldn’t receive anything from herself, therefore I know that everything comes from you.

And this child that I carried within me was your work, he wasn’t mine; and so what is yours, you take care of it, since you gave me your own Child to lead me to you, and you also want to lead my child, that you entrusted to me, to you.

This is your work, my God, it is not my work: I give you everything, I abandon myself; all that is yours must return to you; I cannot keep what comes from you.”

We must understand that God is asking us to surrender those we love to him: then, this will bear graces; then, they will receive graces.

Aren’t we a bridge between his graces and the graces that must go to our children? Understand carefully what God wants to make us understand: we have received everything from God and God wants to fulfill us.

God wants to go through a channel to reach those we have inside us: we carry our children, it’s not because we see them with our eyes, around us, that they’re no longer inside us: this is false, they’re inside us, like Jesus is inside us, like the loved one who has died is inside us.

Yes, when we lose a husband, we say “lost” because we don’t see him anymore; our eyes look for our loved one: “Where is he?” I’ve lost him from sight, but I haven’t lost him inside myself because my eyes are inside me, the light is inside me, the Life is inside me; he was in God and God put him in my life, so that he may never be separated from me; God is God, is he going to give to me to then take that life back? God isn’t like this: God doesn’t stop giving, God doesn’t stop fulfilling, God is a Movement of love: he is the Life, he cannot take away life.

When a being dies, it’s his body that goes, for a waiting period, to rest until the moment willed by God the Father, to be reunited with his soul: this, at the resurrection of the body.

But our loved one, has he then lost his life eternally? Was the life in him extinguished? No, the life in him is: life is eternal; it has to be him who says no to life for eternal death to reach him.

But for us, for a being who is good, a being who married, a being who agreed to bring children into the world, a being who is love, a being who, a short time before (his earthly death), had done good deeds, wasn't this love?

It was the Life inside him who was giving him graces: the soul was receiving graces so that his heart could be love, so that his thoughts could be love, so that his gestures could be love, and so God received him.

If that child had to go through a fire of love before going to the Kingdom of God the Father, well! this didn’t separate him from us, for inside us is Jesus, and Jesus, he's the Mystical Body.

Jesus carries all his members: militant members, purifying members and triumphant members.

Purifying: because they’re in the fire of love ready to suffer for God, but it’s a suffering of love, of joy, of peace and of light.

The being who left hasn’t lost life, he has it and he's in our presence: and so our children are also in our presence; it’s not because they’re in another province, in another city, in another country, that they’re away from us; do we have the power, us, to remove that life from within ourselves? No, we don’t have it: so, let’s believe.

Look at what we do with our tongue (we say to ourselves): “My child no longer goes to mass. My child doesn’t believe. Is my child lost? My child, is he going to say yes? Is my child going to heal?” Do you see what we do (with) our tongue? It goes against us.

We’re so protective that we prevent God from taking care of us; we want to take care of ourselves: we do it out of ignorance, but we do it.

And God wants to tell us: “Do not put up a (wall) between me and your child, leave to God what is God's and lower your arms, and be quiet: give me your child, have faith, he was mine before he became yours.”

God speaks like this to make us understand that we, the women, we’ve gained an important position in our society, so important that we direct not only our life, but our husband’s.

We’re convinced that if he isn’t loving towards us, well, it’s because he lacks affection, that he isn’t romantic, that he lacks virility, that he lacks character, that he lacks authority.

You see, we don’t know what we want: there's either too much, or there's not enough; he's either too romantic or he isn’t romantic (enough), because, can you imagine what would happen if you saw your husband looking at another woman and he said: “Oh! She’s well-dressed!” You’ll see that she won’t like that, and yet, those words, they’re impure for which one of the two? For the person who’s listening or for the person who just said them?

The person who just said them has just uttered a judgement; and then, she says to her husband: “Well! You don’t say that to me. How come you noticed that about her?”

You see, she has just judged her husband; she would have liked for those words to be about her alone, not about others, while he did nothing more than notice that someone was nicely dressed, that's all!

Very often it ends there, (for him), and if it doesn’t end there, do you think that those words she’s just said are going to help her? Do you think that those words were filled with graces for her soul?

It’s up to her to abandon all this to God. If she notices that her husband often has his eyes on other women, she must give this to God in order to find peace within herself once again, and God will give her grace, and the grace will be for her soul, and this will spread throughout her, and as she carries her husband within her: he will receive graces.

You see, God will take care of her husband, he’ll take care of him because God knows her husband better than she does.

We’ve often done the opposite, you know! We’ve played the Devil’s game: we’ve often reopened wounds in our husband.

Because, one day, he, he saw his mother crying because she saw her husband looking at another woman, and because he, as well, witnessed someone he loved a lot and who was being unfaithful to his wife: all this hurt him, and this is in our husband.

Other wounds are also in our husband; and when he hears these words that hurt, they reopen the wounds inside him, and these wounds reawaken the evil in him and, to not feel pain, he’s inclined to defend himself; if it isn’t openly, he’ll do it internally, with his thoughts, because he will tend to protect himself from the evil that attacks him from within; you see, Satan, he knows his weaknesses; he’s a spirit of evil: he knows our weaknesses, and he’ll put them in front of us by bringing about events.

All this is truth for us today. If we displayed all the words that we women have said to our husbands, our brothers at home, to our sisters at home, to our father, to our mother, to the people we work with, if all this were itemized by God, we would see how many times Satan had used us against ourselves, against our neighbour.

Satan did this in a subtle way by putting feelings inside us: feelings of pride, of jealousy, of hypocrisy, of frustration, of inferiority, of feebleness, of gullibility; very often those feelings have made us suffer and have led us to where we didn’t want to be.

We didn’t want to do wrong; we didn’t want to be hypocrites; we didn’t want to be jealous; we didn’t want to compare; we didn’t want any of this but inside us we carried an evil and that evil had paid heed to human will.

How many of our parents, our great-grandparents have suffered? How many of our brothers and sisters inside us have suffered? And all of this, we carry it inside us and our flesh has suffered because of all this, and we form our words according to what we are; whether we’re out in the world, whether we’re at home, whether we’re in convents as well, you know, the nuns, the brothers, the priests, each one of us carries wounds inside: our flesh has suffered, our minds have suffered, our hearts have suffered, and this resurfaces when there's a situation that presents itself to us: we don’t always understand what’s happening, so we talk.

We want to protect ourselves with our words, we also want to protect others with our words, but what we’re doing is not love: our human will does not bear graces.

God wants us to abandon ourselves, when there are wounds that resurface, God wants us to give them to him; so, then you’ll say: “We’ll be nothing but abandonment. What are we going to talk about? We won't be able to talk anymore? We’re only going to abandon ourselves? What kind of conversations are we going to have?”

God says: “Children of love, there are movements within you that are unknown to you that you have prevented from resurfacing because of your tongue; there are words of love within you that will appear; there is light within you that will make you see to which extent you are love: unique.”

When God occupies all the room, God transforms; he does not change the loved being: he perfects; and so, God shall perfect the language, he shall give words of gentleness, of respect, of freedom, words that do not hurt, that do not judge: only love shall emerge.

This language, we don’t know it, it is slowly that God acquaints us with it because he places words within us that come from the Holy Spirit.

Let’s remember that God said that Eve would speak with God and that God spoke with her: she had a language, she bore no evil within her and she spoke; so, then we will use a language like Eve used before the sin: all will be nothing but beauty.

And God is saying: “Now, go, my children, there where God wants you to go.” We will be nothing but love for ourselves; this is to tell us that it’s over and he will resume this afternoon.

Thank you, Lord.

 

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Gathering of Love With God's Action in Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus

 

2004-10-23 - AM

 

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: God says that all the words that will be pronounced will come only from him, from him alone; it is in union with each of you that God has gathered us together today, he wants us to form but one family, his family: the Church.

God takes me all over, wherever he wants me to be; today, I left my house, and I also entrusted my three children to God, my three grandchildren to God as well; everywhere I go, God says: “Do not worry, go where I want you to be, and my angels are taking care of your children and of your grandchildren.”

I have complete faith in God, only in God; I know that what he says is true, even if, sometimes, when I come home, it happens that they’re waiting for me with a few surprises; to a mother, sometimes, those surprises are either filled with joy or with worries.

We mothers have a tendency to worry about our children.

We panic when we feel that they aren’t like we would like them to be; we lack faith in God because God has placed a guardian angel by their side, and us, we think that we’re better than that guardian angel whereas he's a spirit of love, a perfect spirit.

There are no contradictions in the guardian angel whereas we, we have them: every day, we panic, every day, fears appear within us, they rise up without our realizing it; they don’t ask our permission, they’re there, inside us.

God is saying these words to us in order to prepare us for what we’re going to hear: God wants us to abandon ourselves into his hands.

These gatherings are willed by him, these gatherings give us graces.

At every gathering, God says: “There are healings. Not a single person does not receive graces of healing.”

The soul is in such need of graces! Our heart needs graces, our thoughts need to be enveloped by God's graces and our entire being, our being that is in physical pain, needs God's graces.

Us, we can’t give ourselves what God wants to give us, and so God says: “Leave your life in my hands, and I will take care of you; leave your children in my hands, and I will take care of your children; leave all those you love in my hands, and I will take care of them; and allow yourselves to be taken up by my movement of love: a movement that can bring you only love.”

 

Jesus: Children of love, God makes himself present to each one of you: within you is the Presence.

Through my Presence, you hear these words; I speak to each one of you, I am the Presence who knows your interior better than you.

The words that this instrument, whom I call the Girl of My Will in Jesus, hears, they are words that are within you; I speak within you; I gather you all within my Heart, in the Church.

I am the very Heart of the Church and because you give your consent, these words make themselves heard within you at this moment and you hear them externally through this instrument who repeats what I say to each one of you.

All is done through the power of the Holy Spirit; do I not have this power, my children, to gather you together in one single heart in order to (make it) beat in my Heart, in the Church?

These times are times of graces.

Did I not say: “Know how to recognize the signs.” When the wind blows from the south, you know that it will be warm and when it blows from the north, you know that it will be cold: and so know how to recognize this sign of love that gathers you in my Heart, in the Heart of the Church, for you, to teach you what you are on the inside.

Inside you, you carry the mark of disobedience; through Baptism, you were purified of the original sin, but because of human will, your flesh bears the mark of sin within you: the sin committed by you, the sin committed by those you carry within you.

You carry all my children: all those who came before you are in you, all those who died and went to Purgatory are in you and all those who are in Heaven are in you. Those who are in God's Kingdom have been purified (and) those who are being purified in Purgatory know they are saved, purified by a fire of love, but you!

My children, allow yourselves to be purified by my words, allow yourselves to be purified by a fire of love: I am in the process, my children, of preparing you for the Great Purification.

May all those who wish to see, see, and all those who wish to hear, hear: such is the Will of God.

Because you are in your human will, God reminds you of these words; they have been heard in other gatherings and I will continue repeating them to you in other gatherings, because your interior must be ready for what is to come.

Ceaselessly, my children, I shall talk to you about yourselves; ceaselessly, my children, I shall remind you of who you are, what sin has made of you: weak beings, beings with an inclination towards temptation.

Yes, you have an inclination to listen to the evil within you, the evil that dwells in your interior, for due to your human will, you must live with good within you and evil within you.

It is up to you to choose between good and evil, but how your flesh is weak, my children, how your mind is weak, and how your heart is weak!

Because of everything you have done, you lack love; because of everything that is inside you, you lack love towards yourselves.

Listen to these words that are nothing but love for you:

One day, God saw to which extent light would be good, to which extent light would bring love: from that love, the light was, from that love, the light burst forth and illuminated, and the darkness came to know the light: creation revealed itself.

Within this universe, God placed all that men were meant to see from earth; the earth was created and all its contents; the waters were filled with life; all living creatures came to fill the sky, the earth and the waters.

From earth, God created a creature in the image of the Son of God; he breathed love into that being, and that being received life: the life of God within him; that being walked about and looked at God's creation: he contemplated God's work, he savoured the harmony; that being was Adam, everything about him was nothing but beauty; Adam was in God and God was pleased with Adam, for he was his work.

God watched Adam walking about and said that he had to be complete; he made the woman: Eve received the breath of God.

Adam and Eve became the complement of the other: Eve gazed at Adam, who gave love to her, and Adam gazed at Eve, who gave love to him: both knew that this love came from God.

Both thanked God for what they were receiving; it was through gestures, through loving words that they returned to God what they had received; all was pure, no impurity existed within them.

Adam loved Eve and Eve loved Adam, she followed him: she loved Adam’s company just as Adam loved Eve’s company.

Adam spoke to God about what he had been given and God spoke to Adam about what he had given him: Eve did the same.

One day, Eve was speaking, speaking about God's love, speaking about how powerful God was to know everything; oh! how she loved God for what she was and for what God was, she was speaking about love!

Along came the Tempter, permitted by God, for the Tempter wanted to put God's two creatures to the test and God knew his creatures, he had given them everything that was meant to bring them love: Satan received God's permission and he went to Eve with honeyed words; he spoke to Eve, Eve listened to those words and Eve was not afraid; and she spoke with that character who used such unctuous language and the seducer made Eve discover how much she had received, and how much she had to be grateful for, and how good it would be if she herself could know (more), could understand, could identify what was around her, and what was not meant for her; and so, he invited her to know good and evil: she defended herself saying that God had warned her about going towards good and evil.

Satan, that loathsome being, tried every which way to convince Eve that she was not at fault, but that if she knew what good and evil were, she could give even more to God, she would become as if she were a tiny little god.

And Eve listened to those words, those words began to enter her; she who should have gone to see God, she who should have turned to God, she listened to those deceptive words, those honeyed words, those seductive words, and so, she went to find Adam.

Adam looked at Eve, he asked her, “Why these words? God asks us to not to go towards what is good and evil, we owe everything to God,” but Eve repeated the words she had heard; those words became convincing.

Adam should have been the first to protect Eve from her weakness, but he did not do so; he should have gone to God, for he had received everything from God, but he let himself be tempted by the woman, for her words were sweet, seductive, her words led him to have confidence; so Adam allowed himself to be tempted and he turned towards the knowledge of good and evil.

They disobeyed The Love, they disobeyed God, and God made them aware of their fault: man was chased away, just as woman was chased away, from that place of love, and the Divine Will withdrew from them, and they entered the human will where they were, from then on, to know what good was and what evil was on their own.

Today, the children of this world must live with their human will knowing what is good

and what is evil, but because of sin, they are weak before their decisions:

they allow themselves to be easily tricked by evil.

Today, woman often uses her words to seduce; today, woman uses words to deceive; today, woman uses sweet words to get what she wants; today, woman has a weapon inside her that goes against her and against man.

Children of love, woman must be attentive to God in order to protect herself from herself; she must be humble in order to recognize her place, she must only have faith in God to protect herself from what she has inside herself.

The tongue, my children, can be love or sin to you: when we are not for God, when we are not in the light, in the truth, we fall into errors.

Know, my children, that I want to speak with love; I use words of truth and I place graces within you so that you might clearly understand what I want to make you understand.

How many times has woman done her husband harm because of what she has said? How many times has she tried to convince her husband that she was right? How many times has she tried to tell her husband that he was wrong while she, she claimed to be right? How many times did she believe herself capable of directing his life to make him more loving, to make him more helpful, to make him more attentive to her needs?

Without realizing it, woman was becoming a weapon against love; without realizing it, woman strayed from the path of love; without realizing it, woman wanted to take God's place in her home.

How can one not look at this through what Eve was: Eve wanted to listen when she should have desired silence; how many times has woman, rather than remain silent, spoken? She wanted to fix the problems of the couple, she wanted to, on her own, be the referee when there were disagreements.

Woman has always occupied a place, with her tongue, of more importance than she should have had: woman goes against herself at times.

It is in humility that she must remain in order to protect herself from sin of disobedience to God; it is in the littleness of what she is that she should keep herself so that God can take care of her, so that she can allow herself to be enveloped by God's graces, so that she can see and hear.

Words can be in the service of good or in the service of evil, but when she talks and talks, and talks, very often, she loses her train of thought, and she falls into error.

Children of love, I want to bring you back to where you should have been from the beginning.

You have received love from God; you have received the maternal Presence, tenderness; you have received patience; you have received wisdom; you have received so many gifts, my children, to lead your life towards something good, to serve: yes, you received everything you needed from God in order to serve.

To serve, my children, is to give of yourselves, to give is to discover love for when we give, we are more and more love, and when we are more and more love, we have joy: happiness is to give.

There is no happiness when there is a lack of love.

When woman talks too much, she overwhelms; when woman gives her opinion, she crushes; when woman wants to protect too much, she is possessive; when woman always wants to elevate what is around her to her standards, she dominates; when woman wants to obtain what she needs with her words, she seduces.

You see, how can you recognize yourselves in all this, with everything that you are, if you are unaware of what is inside you, if you are unaware of what the human will has made of you?

 “Oh women of love, I created you to be man’s companion, in order to be God's bride. I created you because you are love!”

Yes, woman is love; woman bears within her the gift of giving herself; she bears within her the maternal Presence of God, so that she can receive God's creatures within her: woman received everything so that her Body could be God's temple of love.

When a woman carries a child in her womb, she carries God's love: she becomes a temple to that child.

Woman is a jewel of love to God: she is God's beauty, and all she represents is nothing but love.

She has no need of all those words to show others that she is from God, for when we look at woman, who is love, who can but have faith in God, we are looking at God's light that shines within her, for what emerges from her can only reflect God's presence, for God placed within woman all she was meant to have in order to bear his creation; she becomes light, and she illuminates those who look at her: this is what woman is, this is what she must be.

Man, because of sin, has lost his pride, his sense of belonging to God alone.

Man is, through Adam, the being chosen to protect all creation, to protect every creature, to protect woman; God gave man all he needs to take care of what comes from God.

He should be complete unto himself because he was made to create, he was made to work and the results are works of God; he therefore becomes what God wants him to be: a creator, and all his works are a creation.

Just as God created Adam: man must create; he is in God, and God wants to gaze upon the work that he is; man must have faith only in God, for everything he has received comes from God; he must not shift his gaze towards this world nor towards what he creates, but towards God, for everything comes from God; he comes from God and all he does is from God; and so, in order to create, he must be completely in God so that his works are worthy of what God expects of him.

Man has received from God his paternal Presence and God placed woman at his side so that he might protect her, so that he might be a being of love for her, a being who takes care of woman; but man, because of his human will, listens to woman, and because he listens to woman, he allows himself to be seduced by her; because he listens to woman, he allows himself to be deceived by her; because he listens only to woman, he is inclined to make mistakes.

Man must have faith only in God to take care of her, he must see faith in God in her; but how can he see that all she says comes from God when he places her before God?

Man must be completely devoted to God in order to be a complete being for woman; if he listens to woman instead of going to God, he will not be complete: God will be lacking in all things; so what he will say will bear weakness, what he will do will bear weakness.

Adam was created by God, Adam is in God's image; from God, he received love, life: breath, and from him emerged woman and God placed in woman his breath: life.

You see, man must be to woman a complete being of love in order to give woman what she must receive from him: all that will emerge from man must come only from God.

A man who gives everything to a woman is love; a man who speaks in God: the woman receives those words and she recovers her confidence; a man who gives his presence to a woman: the woman sees in that man, who is in God, that he can give her love, the woman feels this; the man gives of himself in order to be everything to the woman, because he has only this need: to give of himself so that she can be happy, because God gave man all he needs so that he can give, give and give.

When a man is love, woman knows that he is love: she has no need to make him loving because what emerges from the man are only loving words, are only loving gestures: everything within him is love; it is as if God had placed his power of love within man, it is as if man were love at its strongest; this strength is felt by the woman, and the man remains what he is: a being made of love, a complete being of love meant to give, to return to God his work.

God looks upon man and God loves man because he is to woman what God wants to be: tenderness, protection, patience, wisdom, truth, light.

Man and woman become to each other one being before God: a loving union; they become a couple, they become husband and wife: his wife, her husband, and God looks upon them and blesses this couple.

God nourishes this couple with his graces of love; these graces are unique, these graces are for the couple; they are graces of unity, graces that do none other than join two beings so that they form but one before God.

And God says: “Oh creatures who rule (over) all inferior creatures, to God you are one unit; between the two of you, you encompass my entire creation, for all I have made, I made it for you so that you might be one in God.”

The Master of creation acknowledges your union, he acknowledges the harmony; he acknowledges that he is part of that harmony, for God created everything to please his two creatures who form but one creature in God: all is a union of love.

It is love that is making itself felt, it is love that is making itself seen, it is love that is making itself heard, and all sounds join together to sing God's glory, to adore God, him, the Creator, him, The Love, him, the All of all things.

Children of love, these words are words of light, words for you who live in these times during which couples are in conflict, during which families are breaking apart, during which my Church is suffering, during which my priests no longer know how to listen to their God, during which my consecrated no longer acknowledge their Bridegroom.

Each one of you is in the very presence of the light, that light that shows you your interior.

Deep in your heart of hearts, you are God's creatures in his universe: everything was created for you; you are unique and God created everything for the sake of this unity: you in God, God in you.

There is no greater love than God's for you, for each of you: know to recognize your place in God, know to recognize your place in this universe created by God; melt into this All and be nothing but this all; God wants to make you see to which extent you are love.

Within this All, there is love, the infinite love of God, and you are a whole within this All; is it possible to understand God's love? It is only by dying in God that you will be able to grasp the infinite immensity of God's love for you, for your little whole:

God is taking hold of you at this moment, he is making you enter the universe,

the universe of love where movement never stops.

A movement is stirring within you, it is filled with God's all; God causes you to stir within his All, he makes you know his Presence, an eternal presence, a presence that will never end, a presence that causes you to stir within him:

“Eternal movement, movement of light; into this all you enter to live only for God, and God makes himself seen so that you may be in the Light: infinite light, light where everything is a whole, where the beginning does not exist, where the end does not exist; within this all you are little, light within this light which combine within that light.

You create motion within the light, wanting only to live in the light, wanting to merge only with the light, to see and hear the Light, to savour those movements that are eternal movements.

A whole allows himself to be moved by the very movement; he does not stop, he lets himself go because he has faith in the Light, and the Light has taken him: he himself has become light; he does not seek, he has found: he is there, present in the Light, and all is.

Happiness occurs because the Light is Happiness and happiness is within the whole, and the whole becomes happiness.

Glowing, he becomes the spark of the Light and the Light is the spark, and the spark begins to give eternal homage through its rays, and its rays do not cease penetrating the Light, infinite depth, eternal depth: the whole is and shall be.”

Children of love, you are a whole and because you agree to being a whole within the All, you accept graces.

To want to understand with your human will is to not include your whole within the All.

To want to melt into the Divine Will is to accept that your whole be in the All, and to render unto God what is God's: God wants to make you understand that God is aware of everything, that God sees everything, that God knows everything, and that God wants everything for you.

To not want to take your words to replace God is to give yourselves love, it is to have faith only in God, it is to taste that infinite love.

To not want to change another is to render unto God what is God's, for the other is not yours, he is God's; the other is part of the All, for he is a whole within the All, it is to not take what has been given to God.

To want to respect who you are is to want for yourselves what God wants for you: graces of love, of peace, of joy.

To want to respect the other is to let God make you discover that the other is under God's protection, for God wants to fulfill him with his joys, with his love, with his light.

To want to be in the All is to understand God's love, it is to not to take yourself for a god; yes, to want to be completely God's is to return to God, it is to return to where Eve should have been: in the Divine Will, it is to return to where Adam should have been: in the Divine Will.

To die is to live; to die is to give up human will, it is to renounce yourselves so that you do not take yourselves for little gods: this, my children, is God's infinite love for you.

God wants to make you discover your interior through his graces, through his words.

There is only God who can speak to you like this, my children; no human being can speak with words that come from the Divine Will; what you have heard came from God, from God within you, from your presence.

This instrument, who speaks, pronounces the words through the power of the Holy Spirit because she has renounced her human will, wanting only to live for God, having faith only in God, renouncing her human voice.

Faith must happen in each one of you; faith must unite you to form but one body, the Body of the (Son) of God the Father: the Church.

You are members of the Church and you are all united to form but my Body: this is the union of love, this is a language of love, this is eternal life.

Be humble and love one another as brothers and as sisters, not trying to teach with your words who is the woman and who is the man in this world, for this world has not understood, for this world has not been able to grasp the depth of God's love. The times remind you that my time is not your time: it is up to God alone to educate you with his Divine Will.

My movement of love is mine, not yours: the Divine Will is the Divine Will, it need not answer to you, but it is up to you to bow down before the greatness of God's love for you, before God's patience for you. Have faith in God, and your reward shall be an eternal reward.

I love you, my children: receive graces through my chosen priests, so that you can understand the greatness of your presence here, today, with all your brothers and your sisters of the entire world. Amen.

 

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: When we heard this teaching, several among us accepted to recognize ourselves as we really are.

Woman throughout her life has wanted to show those around her, through her words, how good it was to do God's Will; she used to teach as she, she was able to; as she, she had learned.

The words in woman are sometimes deceiving; the words in woman are sometimes full of lies; the words in woman are sometimes uttered to seduce.

When they are deceiving, very often, it is because they show a lack of truth; woman isn’t always aware of this lack of truth and those who hear them hear those words as if they were true.

How can they, those who hear them, describe or see the truth? They can’t (on their own), because they’re caught up in (their own) words, their own language; those as well, the words that are in them, don’t always bear truth, light, knowledge; and so, it’s as if two languages were being spoken and, between these two languages, they were both trying to show that they are right to listen to these words and to act according to what they have heard.

You see, God's Spirit wants to make us understand that when we talk, we use the knowledge inside us, and the one who hears also uses the knowledge inside him; and so the result is very often a weakness, a weakness of language, of gestures, of opinions, of feelings: a weakness that cannot bear light, the nourishment that is grace.

Grace, it alone can nourish our interior; the soul needs graces to go forward; the soul that is nourished by graces gives our mind, our heart what they need to do good deeds; but that weakness that we’ve just received, it doesn’t bear graces; and so our soul, it can’t nourish our mind, our heart; and so our deeds are very weak: weak towards ourselves and weak towards our neighbour.

When we’re weak (in graces), we don’t feel good inside; when we’re weak (in graces), we feel fear inside us, uncertainty, doubt; we don’t have faith in others, we only have faith in ourselves, because we’ve just received knowledge, and we don’t have faith in others; and, then we lack charity towards our neighbour: to lack charity towards our neighbour is to be lacking towards God's first commandment.

How do we live with this? How do we live as God's children with what we are? God loves us, God isn’t coming to talk to us to crush us, but to make us go forward; it’s with what we are that he wants to make us go forward: he knows our weaknesses, he knows our faults; the way we speak, he knows it; this is why he instituted the sacraments: the sacrament of Penance that puts us back on the right track; when we fall off track, because of our words, we hurt ourselves and we hurt our neighbour.

God speaks to us through his graces. When the priest speaks, it’s God who’s speaking: these are graces and our soul receives graces; our heart is therefore nourished with graces: our mind and our actions improve.

Every time we go to Confession, we give our soul the chance to receive graces; every time we go to Communion, our soul receives graces, and we, we allow ourselves to be nourished: our heart becomes more loving, our thoughts become more loving and our gestures also become more loving for ourselves and for our neighbour; these are graces of love that we’re receiving, these are graces of peace because when we receive graces of love: peace enters us, we begin to see the light.

If we lose our peace, we can’t see the light because we remain troubled. Try to look through a window that's all dirty, black with mud, you’ll see that you won’t see a thing: that's how it happens inside us when we lose our peace: inside us, fear shows itself.

When we’re afraid we bear judgements towards our neighbour, we judge, we say that a certain person is insincere, that another is also insincere, that another “…did such and such a thing, that's not right… Ah, me, I can’t stand that person because that person gets on my nerves.”

We watch TV, and we don’t stop judging; we go to work and we don’t stop judging; we’re with a group of friends and we don’t stop judging; we try to teach God's Word and we don’t stop judging; we pray and we don’t stop judging; we’re on our deathbed and we don’t stop judging; that's fear.

All these judgements have made our interior dirty, it’s so dirty that we don’t see anything anymore; and so we don’t see the light, we remain troubled and, if we’re troubled, what emerges from us is nothing but harmful to our neighbour: this is what God wants to make us understand.

The woman has a tendency to talk with her bitter tongue. What she says is usually aimed at someone, and what is aimed usually hurts; it’s not always pleasant for those who are around her; oh! she wants to help her husband, but she overwhelms him with her reprimands, she humiliates him with her advice, she belittles him with her flattery; you see, we don’t help the person close to our heart with what we are.

The tongue goes against us when it doesn’t praise God, when it doesn’t respect our neighbour, when it doesn’t love as God loves.

How then must we women speak since we say to ourselves: “Well, this is how we are. It’s not my fault, I was told to say a certain thing. Is it my fault if I love him? Is it my fault if I want to give my child what is best, while my words don’t stop showing him the opposite?”

How can we look at this through what we’ve understood? God will give us graces of silence and we’ll enter inside ourselves more easily.

God is telling me to give an example: one day, while we were sitting at the table, Monique and I, during a meal, we talked about the Duplessis orphans, because God had given a teaching on the Duplessis orphans; what we were saying were words, we thought, of compassion; and then God said to us: “Useless words, be quiet, my children, remain silent.” So God had just made us understand that those words of compassion were not so.

When we said that they had suffered, that they had judged people, like the nuns, the priests, that they were young, and that now that they were adults, they have to learn how to pray; who were we, us, to say those words? Who are we, us, to try to understand their suffering? Who were we, us, to say that there was a solution to their sufferings?

Without our realizing it, our words of compassion were words of little gods: we were taking ourselves for God; it wasn’t up to us to understand, but it was up to us to give: only to give!

God doesn’t want our useless words, he wants us to give him words of abandonment: “I give them to you, Lord, because you, you know them and you love them. You, you have known them, Lord, not I! We give them to you, Lord.”

This is what God expects from each one of us: he wants us to learn to surrender those we love to him, those we don’t know: abandonment!

He's the one who is God, not us; he's the one who knows all, who sees all and he's the one who will comfort, who will repair, who will soften things; he's the one who will do all he can so that those we carry inside us and so (that those) we talk about can receive graces.

When we spoke, they weren’t able to receive graces since our words didn’t bear graces; they were words coming from two women who were talking uselessly, so they didn’t receive anything; but when God asked us: “Useless words, remain silent,” do you know what we did? I don’t know what happened in Monique, but I, I know one thing: “Forgive me, Lord, I give you everything,” that's what entered me immediately: “I give you everything.” God wants us to give him everything because he wants everything for us.

The moment when I was giving him everything, he was giving me graces: graces of love for me, graces of peace.

I was recovering my peace and they were receiving graces of love so that they could see the light; they, in turn, were receiving graces of peace so that they could know that they are God's chosen.

You see, we don’t know what happens inside us but God, he does everything for us; we have to have faith in him in all things; our words must only be words of love for us and for our neighbour: this is what we must be, we women.

When we have a child that isn’t like us, we would like him to be: we’d like him to be at peace; we’d like it if he didn’t cry; we’d like him to be healthy; we’d like him to be good in school; we’d like him to have a suitable job; we’d like him to own a house; we’d like to have good, healthy kids; we’d like her to have a good husband, him a good wife; we‘d like him to be happy; we’d like him to be comforted because he has just received bad news; we’d like him to be at peace, to love God.

And it’s not with our words that this is going to happen, that they’re going to get those graces; it’s not by worrying that they’re going to receive graces because our worries don’t bear graces, but our abandonment can bear graces.

To give everything to God: “God, I have faith in you; God, you placed life in my womb; when I received the seed of life, in me grew the tiny little child chosen by you, only by you.

During nine months, I nourished him with what you gave me; I could not have done it on my own, it was necessary for you to place everything within me so that I could carry out this action.

Everything that entered him, through me, came from you because you created me and this child was created by you, not by me, for nothing came from me since I did not come from myself: I came from another creature that received everything from you, for she couldn’t receive anything from herself, therefore I know that everything comes from you.

And this child that I carried within me was your work, he wasn’t mine; and so what is yours, you take care of it, since you gave me your own Child to lead me to you, and you also want to lead my child, that you entrusted to me, to you.

This is your work, my God, it is not my work: I give you everything, I abandon myself; all that is yours must return to you; I cannot keep what comes from you.”

We must understand that God is asking us to surrender those we love to him: then, this will bear graces; then, they will receive graces.

Aren’t we a bridge between his graces and the graces that must go to our children? Understand carefully what God wants to make us understand: we have received everything from God and God wants to fulfill us.

God wants to go through a channel to reach those we have inside us: we carry our children, it’s not because we see them with our eyes, around us, that they’re no longer inside us: this is false, they’re inside us, like Jesus is inside us, like the loved one who has died is inside us.

Yes, when we lose a husband, we say “lost” because we don’t see him anymore; our eyes look for our loved one: “Where is he?” I’ve lost him from sight, but I haven’t lost him inside myself because my eyes are inside me, the light is inside me, the Life is inside me; he was in God and God put him in my life, so that he may never be separated from me; God is God, is he going to give to me to then take that life back? God isn’t like this: God doesn’t stop giving, God doesn’t stop fulfilling, God is a Movement of love: he is the Life, he cannot take away life.

When a being dies, it’s his body that goes, for a waiting period, to rest until the moment willed by God the Father, to be reunited with his soul: this, at the resurrection of the body.

But our loved one, has he then lost his life eternally? Was the life in him extinguished? No, the life in him is: life is eternal; it has to be him who says no to life for eternal death to reach him.

But for us, for a being who is good, a being who married, a being who agreed to bring children into the world, a being who is love, a being who, a short time before (his earthly death), had done good deeds, wasn't this love?

It was the Life inside him who was giving him graces: the soul was receiving graces so that his heart could be love, so that his thoughts could be love, so that his gestures could be love, and so God received him.

If that child had to go through a fire of love before going to the Kingdom of God the Father, well! this didn’t separate him from us, for inside us is Jesus, and Jesus, he's the Mystical Body.

Jesus carries all his members: militant members, purifying members and triumphant members.

Purifying: because they’re in the fire of love ready to suffer for God, but it’s a suffering of love, of joy, of peace and of light.

The being who left hasn’t lost life, he has it and he's in our presence: and so our children are also in our presence; it’s not because they’re in another province, in another city, in another country, that they’re away from us; do we have the power, us, to remove that life from within ourselves? No, we don’t have it: so, let’s believe.

Look at what we do with our tongue (we say to ourselves): “My child no longer goes to mass. My child doesn’t believe. Is my child lost? My child, is he going to say yes? Is my child going to heal?” Do you see what we do (with) our tongue? It goes against us.

We’re so protective that we prevent God from taking care of us; we want to take care of ourselves: we do it out of ignorance, but we do it.

And God wants to tell us: “Do not put up a (wall) between me and your child, leave to God what is God's and lower your arms, and be quiet: give me your child, have faith, he was mine before he became yours.”

God speaks like this to make us understand that we, the women, we’ve gained an important position in our society, so important that we direct not only our life, but our husband’s.

We’re convinced that if he isn’t loving towards us, well, it’s because he lacks affection, that he isn’t romantic, that he lacks virility, that he lacks character, that he lacks authority.

You see, we don’t know what we want: there's either too much, or there's not enough; he's either too romantic or he isn’t romantic (enough), because, can you imagine what would happen if you saw your husband looking at another woman and he said: “Oh! She’s well-dressed!” You’ll see that she won’t like that, and yet, those words, they’re impure for which one of the two? For the person who’s listening or for the person who just said them?

The person who just said them has just uttered a judgement; and then, she says to her husband: “Well! You don’t say that to me. How come you noticed that about her?”

You see, she has just judged her husband; she would have liked for those words to be about her alone, not about others, while he did nothing more than notice that someone was nicely dressed, that's all!

Very often it ends there, (for him), and if it doesn’t end there, do you think that those words she’s just said are going to help her? Do you think that those words were filled with graces for her soul?

It’s up to her to abandon all this to God. If she notices that her husband often has his eyes on other women, she must give this to God in order to find peace within herself once again, and God will give her grace, and the grace will be for her soul, and this will spread throughout her, and as she carries her husband within her: he will receive graces.

You see, God will take care of her husband, he’ll take care of him because God knows her husband better than she does.

We’ve often done the opposite, you know! We’ve played the Devil’s game: we’ve often reopened wounds in our husband.

Because, one day, he, he saw his mother crying because she saw her husband looking at another woman, and because he, as well, witnessed someone he loved a lot and who was being unfaithful to his wife: all this hurt him, and this is in our husband.

Other wounds are also in our husband; and when he hears these words that hurt, they reopen the wounds inside him, and these wounds reawaken the evil in him and, to not feel pain, he’s inclined to defend himself; if it isn’t openly, he’ll do it internally, with his thoughts, because he will tend to protect himself from the evil that attacks him from within; you see, Satan, he knows his weaknesses; he’s a spirit of evil: he knows our weaknesses, and he’ll put them in front of us by bringing about events.

All this is truth for us today. If we displayed all the words that we women have said to our husbands, our brothers at home, to our sisters at home, to our father, to our mother, to the people we work with, if all this were itemized by God, we would see how many times Satan had used us against ourselves, against our neighbour.

Satan did this in a subtle way by putting feelings inside us: feelings of pride, of jealousy, of hypocrisy, of frustration, of inferiority, of feebleness, of gullibility; very often those feelings have made us suffer and have led us to where we didn’t want to be.

We didn’t want to do wrong; we didn’t want to be hypocrites; we didn’t want to be jealous; we didn’t want to compare; we didn’t want any of this but inside us we carried an evil and that evil had paid heed to human will.

How many of our parents, our great-grandparents have suffered? How many of our brothers and sisters inside us have suffered? And all of this, we carry it inside us and our flesh has suffered because of all this, and we form our words according to what we are; whether we’re out in the world, whether we’re at home, whether we’re in convents as well, you know, the nuns, the brothers, the priests, each one of us carries wounds inside: our flesh has suffered, our minds have suffered, our hearts have suffered, and this resurfaces when there's a situation that presents itself to us: we don’t always understand what’s happening, so we talk.

We want to protect ourselves with our words, we also want to protect others with our words, but what we’re doing is not love: our human will does not bear graces.

God wants us to abandon ourselves, when there are wounds that resurface, God wants us to give them to him; so, then you’ll say: “We’ll be nothing but abandonment. What are we going to talk about? We won't be able to talk anymore? We’re only going to abandon ourselves? What kind of conversations are we going to have?”

God says: “Children of love, there are movements within you that are unknown to you that you have prevented from resurfacing because of your tongue; there are words of love within you that will appear; there is light within you that will make you see to which extent you are love: unique.”

When God occupies all the room, God transforms; he does not change the loved being: he perfects; and so, God shall perfect the language, he shall give words of gentleness, of respect, of freedom, words that do not hurt, that do not judge: only love shall emerge.

This language, we don’t know it, it is slowly that God acquaints us with it because he places words within us that come from the Holy Spirit.

Let’s remember that God said that Eve would speak with God and that God spoke with her: she had a language, she bore no evil within her and she spoke; so, then we will use a language like Eve used before the sin: all will be nothing but beauty.

And God is saying: “Now, go, my children, there where God wants you to go.” We will be nothing but love for ourselves; this is to tell us that it’s over and he will resume this afternoon.

Thank you, Lord.