Gathering of Love With God's Action in Charlottetown, PEI,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus


2007-09-26 - Part 1


The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: What the Lord wants to do with each one of us tonight is to gather us together so we can help the little children; to God, we are little children.

God wants to take care of all those who feel neglected. God wants all of you to be united to his Heart; the Heart of Jesus is a heart of love; it takes all those who suffer and those who suffer are all those who have distanced themselves from Jesus.

Sometimes, we who pray, we believe that we’re always with Jesus, but when we pray and we judge our neighbour, well, it’s as if we were moving away from Jesus.

Jesus wants to teach us to love ourselves unconditionally, he wants us to be loving towards ourselves.

When we are loving towards ourselves, then we are able to help our neighbour, we are able to discover, with the Father's tenderness, that we are loved.

A child who knows that he is loved is a child that will always turn to his parents; he won't try to act out to draw attention to himself – he knows that he is loved. Therefore, he stays close to mom and close to dad by showing them what he does.

How many of us show the drawings we make to those we love? It isn't necessarily to obtain their approval, it’s to show that we, we love ourselves.

When we make a drawing, we bring out what is inside us, and so, this is like a movement of love towards ourselves; when we do this to please someone else at the same time, this isn't pride; we want to share what is inside us with someone else.

And Jesus does the same with all his children; he teaches them to be loving towards themselves on behalf of others so that we can all share.

Jesus speaks to us in our hearts during these times so that we may be part of his gathering.

When we look at the Church today, we think that it’s the opposite: we listen to those who are disappointed in priests, disappointed in their diocese; we listen to those who are afraid of those who come from other provinces because we have wounds within each one of us: we don’t want to add their pain to our pain.

Why do we behave like this? It’s because we lack faith in the love that we are inside ourselves; when we know that we love ourselves, then we’re less afraid of what comes from the outside. To love oneself on the inside is to discover God's presence within us. The one who looks at love externally doesn’t learn to love himself on the inside; he expects too much from the outside, and so, he's disappointed with what he is internally. He must always make an effort to obtain love, and in the long run, this becomes exhausting.

Let’s take a look at what we are at this very moment: what we’re receiving comes from the interior. When we allow these words to enter us, God turns them into a movement of love.

We are made of God's love, but when we use human will to try to hear these words, to try to grasp their meaning, it’s as if a gust of wind were passing through us – it enters us but it doesn’t remain in us; and after that gust of wind, we ask ourselves, “What just happened?” because human will has added its own movement.

When human will is placed before us, it tries to understand and to grasp what we hear, and since we’re unable to retain anything, since we’re unable to understand the depth of these words, we’re disappointed in ourselves, and so we try to reject this.

Human will cannot understand love; human will cannot teach us to love ourselves, it is too external.

Human will says ‘yes’, human will says ‘no, I want to go there, I'm leaving, I'm staying’ based on everything it sees externally. And this, it can do this, but when this is happening inside us, it no longer has any control because there are so many movements that have entered us since our birth, and even before our birth, that this fills up our interior with movements; and when human will tries to say yes to a certain movement or no to another movement that is inside us, it’s as if it were part of an uncontrollable movement: it takes what is happening within us and throws it at us.

Human will didn’t choose: “Okay, you can have this, or this, no, this isn't for today, I'm not giving it to you.” Human will isn't able to do this.

Human will is a movement that is thrown at us and it contains what we are; therefore, if we are children filled with contradictory movements, our human will will throw these movements at us.

How many times does a parent unwillingly say to his child, “Go to your room, you didn’t do your homework.” The parent didn’t want to punish his child; he would have liked to help him but it’s as if the words that emerged were uncontrollable.

It’s as if human will is being manipulated by the movements that are inside us and this makes us suffer, and this also makes our children suffer.

Can we understand what is happening when a husband and a wife are together but they don’t share the same thoughts? One lets out what is inside him and the other lets out what is inside her, and so both of them let out what they were unable to control.

And so, both of them, when they heard those words externally, they weren't happy with themselves, but as they’re incapable of understanding this movement, they accuse the other: “You don’t understand me, you don’t know what I meant to say.”

How can we say such words if we weren't like this on the inside: we don’t understand ourselves, we don’t know why we said this? You see, human will destroys man and woman.

Human will wants to control and if something wants to control, then this means that it has power. Who put this power in human will? Human will was meant to listen to God's child; therefore, someone had to enable human will to get a taste of power so it could be part of this movement of control.

Who wants to control if not Satan, if not the fallen angels who followed Satan? And how is it that they were able to have an effect on human will? This was done through trickery. They succeeded in luring God's children through misleading movements.

The child of God loved who he was; he had learned to praise God because he knew that he came from God; the child of God took the movements he was receiving from others as his own.

Remember, in the very beginning – the little child who is happy will always show others what emerges from him; he doesn’t have the inclination to want to be cunning, he doesn’t know how; he received so much love that he lets that love out.

And so, in the very beginning, God's children received love; they were shown how to obey God, how to praise God, how to thank God; and so they let out what they were receiving and they gave it to others; the others were giving what emerged from them and there was an exchange, and therefore, their human will experienced movements of love.

Remember that Adam and Eve, when they were tempted, they disobeyed, they came to know their human will; they who were covered in the Divine Will, they who were nourished by the Divine Will deliberately chose to know their human will. 

Adam and Eve entered into a movement, a movement which would, from then on, teach them that they always had to choose between good and evil. When they left Paradise, they multiplied; they brought children into the world, teaching them about love, teaching them that the Creator was a God of love; they taught them to pray, to praise, to thank, to give thanks to God because God fulfilled them.

God showed them how to be love for themselves; God showed them how to feed themselves, how to dress, to be loving towards themselves.

When Cain carried out an act against his neighbour, against his brother, that movement came about because he chose it; in that instant, a movement entered him, and his flesh allowed this to enter.

Adam and Eve brought children into the world; the children of Adam and Eve, amongst themselves, brought children into the world, for God told them to populate the earth. The children of Cain also learned, learned to pray, to praise God, to give thanks to God.

When Cain raised his hand to his brother and God said, “Remove yourself from before my face,” he left with his descendants. And so, those children had within them that love towards themselves which had been developed by God; they also had Cain’s sin within them, and everything that resulted from that sin was within the children. Then, far, far away from their parents, Adam and Eve, they continued to multiply, but the fallen angels were watching those children.

They, who couldn’t create, were able to possess; and so, they possessed animals, trying to create a race from year to year; mutation occurred, they developed, and this continued as they wanted to create a race that resembled man.

The children of Cain were observed by those beings; those beings, who were possessed, had an evil spirit; those spirits had one goal: to want to affect the thoughts of those children, to make movements enter them. In order for movements to enter beings, children of God, they have to see something, they have to hear something.

Those beings inferior to God's children were possessed by demons, but the demons were so intelligent that they taught them how to imitate. The time they had to learn this was limited; it was just enough for them to make contact amongst themselves. Once they were skilled enough to communicate, they drew close and they communicated with Cain’s children: through a gesture, through words, and this is how they learned.

The children learned to communicate with them, and what those children of God were learning entered them through the flesh; this developed within them movements they had never known before; these movements also taught them feelings.

And so, those children of God did things that were not loving towards themselves; they were learning to control their movements, they were learning to control their words, and consequently, they were learning to retain love within themselves, they were learning to let out what was against themselves, which enabled them to know power. Even if they weren't satisfied, they had that power which replaced love, because now it wasn’t their heart that they wanted to listen to – they wanted to satisfy their senses.

All this entered the woman and the woman turned to man and she attracted man with all she had learned.

Why did they begin with the woman instead of man? To man, woman is the Father's gentleness; woman carries within her all God gave her in order to bear God's creation; she loves to give of herself; she was created for this.

When woman bears a child, she gives everything within her to nourish that child; therefore, she loves to look at everything around her because she feels all this in her interior; she loves God's creation because she was chosen to bear God's creation, and, therefore, she is more sensitive to everything that comes from creation because she wants to give: she wants to give what is most beautiful from within her.

Man, man is God's strength; man gazes upon his God and he knows that his God nourishes him; therefore, man protects everything that comes from God; he knows how to obtain what he needs from everything around him in order to bring a part of himself to woman, which is, therefore, what she needs. A man who is in God doesn’t need to seek, everything comes from God, everything is within him so he can offer what he is: God's strength, God's protection.

And so, if those inferior beings, possessed by Satan and by demons, had first turned to men, there would have been questions, there would have been resistance because they prayed God. Despite Cain’s sin, they knew they could fall, and so, in God, by praying God, they preserved their strength.

But those inferior beings, possessed by demons, turned to the woman, to what could seduce man; then, the demons showed woman how to seduce man. So, they went to man, they seduced him, and man let himself be seduced by everything he was seeing; this resulted in man also turning to those animals possessed by evil angels. Man and woman became beings unfaithful to what they were; they, who were meant to love themselves as God's children, agreed to be possessed by demons.

Man and woman, when they turned to the possessed animals, saw that they weren't behaving like other animals because they became aware that they weren't human. Man receives intelligence from God; man allows himself to be nourished by God's graces as does woman; but at that point, man and woman turned to beings, beings that seemed to have a certain intelligence.

But when they came into contact with them, they became aware that those beings were possessed animals. Based on what had learned, they discovered that those animals had power; they discovered that those beings had an intelligence superior to other animals; they discovered that those beings were there to make them carry out movements that were against them, but those things that they had allowed to enter them were controlling them as well.

Their senses were seduced by what had entered them: they liked what they saw even though this was against God; they liked the movements carried out with those animals because this gave them sensations they had never had before; those sensations were even more corrupt than anything we, as humans, can imagine, for what they were feeling resulted from what they had done with animals.

The human being wasn’t conceived for this, wasn’t created to lower himself to the level of animals; the human being was agreeing to behave with such sordidness! The human being became a being incapable of being a child – a child created to love himself.

His unfaithfulness towards himself led him to no longer want to be a child of God, because he no longer wanted to look at himself, he wanted to go on feeling those sensations. He no longer wanted to be pure – pure of thought, pure of hearing, of sight, of word, pure in his movements and in his feelings – he no longer wanted to be a being of love for God. And as he no longer wanted to be a child of love for God, he no longer wanted to be so for himself, and so he rejected everything that rose up in him that came from God. He began to be horrified by anything linked to The Love because what he had turned himself into was a being who accepted demons in his life; he wanted to belong to those demons and no longer to God.

You see, those beings, those beings who were God's children, sank so low, even lower than an animal, because an animal doesn’t have the intelligence of a human being – it let itself be possessed.

The animal is an inferior being and therefore, it let itself be possessed by demons, but not the child, the child of God belongs to God – he must give his consent – and so, those children of God consented to being possessed by demons, and they became children of evil.

Human will remembers those movements; human will suffers due to everything the flesh remembers. We who pray God, we who want to live in the Spirit of God, we don’t want anything to do with those movements, but human will, it always leads us back to that memory.

Our flesh, our flesh remembers sin and our human will, it makes sure to remind us of it. How many times do we reject thoughts and they come back again and again, and we want nothing to do with them!

When we turn to Jesus, we gain strength: Jesus gives us graces so we can resist sin; Jesus nourishes us with his graces of love, he nourishes us with his Flesh and with his Blood; he speaks to us about what has happened in the past so we can give him what belongs to him, because God wants to obtain from us, from us, what is in our flesh; he doesn’t want to take, without our consent, what man has consented to accept within himself.

Jesus is a God of love, he's the Son of God, he's the Movement, he's the Purifier; he comes to speak in our hearts through the power of the Holy Spirit to teach us who turned us into children of suffering; he's coming to build his world of love, and his world of love has already begun through all the children who agree to give him their thoughts.

This is why he gathers together children like us, so we can bring movements into our brothers and our sisters: movements of love.

When we agree to give ourselves out of love for all those we love, be it for our children or be it for people who are against us, when we do it for them, there are movements of love that make themselves known within us, and they take up room within us; and so, it’s as if we were pushing away what is within us and is against us, and we were replacing it; the more we do this, the more God acts within us.

God is the Divine Will, the perfect Movement of love; everything from the past becomes the present; the present lives within what is to come, there's a movement of love: this is what the Divine Will is all about.

Only God can bring about this movement of love, and when we agree to no longer be within ourselves, we are agreeing to be in Jesus, therefore, we are no longer us, we are Christ.

We are the movement of The Love: to no longer be but to be in Jesus; to no longer see but to see in Christ; to no longer want to accept the words of others but to allow Jesus to enable us to hear; to no longer want to use our words but to take the Word of God so he can speak to his children. This is the movement of The Love; this is the movement that gives itself and this teaches us to love ourselves, to have unconditional love for ourselves.

Jesus enables us to enter within ourselves into the past, the present and the future, and this is done without our having to enter into our human will. This is what has just happened in front of us; every word we heard during these past moments have been in our life as part of the present, and this was done with abandonment.

Tonight, not one of us knew what we were going to hear; only the Divine Will knew. He brought us all here together; he said, “Not one will be missing,” and he said, “You will hear my Will and you will feel the joy of being together.” This is what we did tonight.

Now, we’ll take a ten minute break, and if you wish, we can always continue afterwards if it isn't too late.

Thank you, Lord.