Gathering of Love With God's Action in Gilmanton Iron Works, New Hampshire,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus


2007-05-17 – Part 1


The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: All these power cords that are around us will be useful to us, but in our life, we have often made use of power cords that did not serve us well.

We have been incapable of understanding how they could be of use to us but we had faith in those power cords. 

But what did those power cords have that could be of help to us? For most of us, we didn’t know, we put our faith in something that was unfamiliar to us and this led us to a few surprises.

When we agree to let an unfamiliar thing bring us something, then we’re receiving whatever enters us from its very source: if it doesn’t bear graces then we’re receiving evil.

Our spiritual life comes from God and therefore it must be filled with graces.

Grace nourishes us; nourish your spiritual life without grace and there is nothing; there is no nourishment, there is only emptiness.

Emptiness has power: emptiness wants to absorb what is alive in order to bring it to the void.

But we humans, we don’t understand what this means: how can emptiness bring us a void? Then, we might say, “But there's nothing there, so we’re not receiving anything.”

This is false; nothing on earth is void of movement, all is nothing but movement.

The earth was created by God the Creator, the earth is living, and all that is on earth is living through the Creator: there is movement.

It has often been said that there are species – the human species, the animal species, the plant species – and we believed this because this is what we were taught; there is the species that is living, and the species that is dead.

A species that is living is something we can see, it’s something we can touch, something we can manipulate, but there is also the species that is dead, dead because it’s made of matter: it once was and no longer is.

Let’s say there's a rock and we’re looking at that rock, we touch it with our hands: it has weight; when that rock is an object of value to us: it takes shape, it has a history, it takes on a certain importance in our life.

And yet, it isn't part of the species that we named: it isn't human, it isn't a plant, or an animal; why? Because to us humans it doesn’t contain that life, it is dead matter.

If you take that rock in your hands and you look at it, it begins to become important to you; it shows up in your life and you care about it, you have memories of it; it’s as if it were coming alive to you; it has a beginning, and that beginning is the moment when you took it in your hands.

From year to year, you will care about that rock because it holds memories: you kept it, you put it in your room, you took it with you when you moved.

What had no life has become something of importance: to you, it’s alive because there are memories attached to it.

You have become attached to something that has nothing within it; it doesn’t nourish your spiritual life and it doesn’t nourish your earthly life, but it is important in your life, and this transforms a thing that is dead into something else: it’s as if it were part of a dead species and it is becoming important in your life.

Anything that is part of a species is something that seems to bring evolution to a person; in a certain context, living matter takes shape and it evolves, such as man, man who was created was put on earth and he goes forward, he goes forward in his life; it’s the same thing for what is animal and plant: each has its characteristics.

All that is dead, all that doesn’t evolve, is not a (living) species, but God wants to make us understand that there is evolution within what is dead because in the very beginning, when we gave importance to the rock, there was a beginning within a certain context, and this took shape, this became important, this evolved, this was present continuously.

You see, this is what humans do when they become attached to what is dead: what is dead takes on value and he becomes attached to this.

His spiritual life, his life on earth, become attached to something that isn't alive and that, nevertheless, becomes important in his life; he becomes so attached to this that he isn't able to separate himself from it; he can become violent towards those who want to separate him from what is dead.

This is what we do in our life: we become attached to what is dead, and what is dead becomes so important to us that it seems to run our lives.

You see, nothingness becomes something that directs us and this goes against us, against the child of God who is alive.

We have learned to live with what is dead and death took what was alive, and because of this, we are in the process of becoming lost.

But how come something that is nothing can have a hold on us? There must be power, there must be something that moves – even though we don’t see it, it’s there.

God revealed himself to us through his love, God has revealed himself to us from the beginning of creation.

When he put the breath of life into what was not life, he revealed himself to us because, through his breath of love, he entered something that came from the earth, and he gave of himself in order to communicate with it.

When God created Adam, he caused life to enter into him. Adam came alive in that instant; he became aware of his God; he felt his entire being come alive, a movement was making itself known: what had not existed before came to be.

Everything became a movement to Adam: movement was emerging and movement was entering, movement was giving and movement was giving itself again: God was giving of himself and God was receiving from himself; Adam couldn’t give – it was the movement that was giving.

God breathed out life and life emerged in order to go towards life, and Adam was present, was present in love, and he learned how to live with that movement, for the movement was teaching this to him, and the movement loved its movement, it never stopped moving, and Adam admired that movement; he was in that movement, he was letting himself go in that movement, and the movement was taking him, and the movement was loving him: life was within life.

We, we who are children of God, have lost that movement, that loving connection with God; we took it for granted that life belonged to us: I breathe, I see, I listen, I act, I have feelings.

All this belongs to God; this hasn’t changed since Adam; this is God's movement that is within us but, over time, we have learned that we were able to control our breathing; we learned to control our eyes, we learned to control our words, our actions, our feelings.

What was it that enabled us to control these things? It is because of the disobedience – we entered into the human will, knowledge.

Man chose, chose to control life through what was good, and through what was bad.

The life which had been granted by God was becoming, to man, his own life, so much so that today we believe that life doesn’t come from God and yet we’re always seeking the source that gave us life because in our heart of hearts, we know that one day we will pass away because we have seen, we have witnessed the death of humans beings.

But life, life cries out to life: spiritual life, it wants life, life that is in motion, life that is true, that loves.

But we humans no longer leave any room for our spiritual life; it is suffocated because of our life on earth: our dear human will.

Human will is not life; it has the ability to decide: yes or no. But this is all it has; it decided of its own accord to take what belongs to God and to turn it into whatever it desires, and when it does with it as it pleases, it bears no graces, and God's child suffers.

What we have become is due to our choices in the face of all that is before us; consequently, there are many movements before us.

In the very beginning, we said that we directed our attention toward something that has no life: matter, so much so that it became alive to us, appealing; we developed feelings, needs.

Who brought this to us? It was Satan, the master of death.

There is God – a living God, an eternal God; there is no death in God, there is only light, life. However, death also exists: the death that is eternal, the death that comes for us.

Who is death other than the one who was once in the light and who became darkness? Lucifer was the light close to God, Lucifer was an angel who nourished himself with God's light, with God's beauty, but he was contemplating himself, he was nourishing himself.

When he refused to adore the Son of God, he came to know, to know something else that existed: he touched nothingness. How was he able to touch nothingness? Through his no: “No, I will not adore the Son of God.”

Therefore, he had just touched something he had never known before, and this entered into him: this turned him into a being, a being that lost the light; he had become the proud one, the liar, the one who wanted to be, the one who refused to adore.

Why did Lucifer, in one instant, want to be the Son of God? Because within him, everything had turned against him.

What he had done: was to refuse to adore the Son of God made Man, and this struck him; he became what he had not wanted to become: rejection, and that rejection was upon him; it had enveloped him, he had become a spirit of darkness.

Whatever he had been previously was becoming the opposite: obedience – disobedience; faithfulness – unfaithfulness; beauty – (ugliness); (kindness) – hatred; sharing – selfishness; all he was before God was no more: eternal life had become eternal death.

Satan is eternal death, he is the spirit of death and he wants all that is alive in order to bring it unto death – oh, never to wish it well but rather to make it suffer – for he had become hatred; he became the opposite of all that is the Son of God on earth.

God gave all his blessings to his Son, and therefore, for everything the Son is to us, Satan is the opposite.

God gives us the truth, he is the Justice, he is the Way, he is the Life.

Satan is death, he leads us nowhere, he is darkness, he is the liar, jealousy, he is anything that leads us to perdition.

But why do human beings, children of God, want to follow the demon? What was it that made us choose evil rather than good, rather than love? Why don’t we stop and say, “But if I do this, I run the risk of suffering and this will lead to my moral decay?” Why don’t we stop there? That’s because we have become attached to death, we have become attached to anything that isn't alive. We accepted this in our life and we became attached to what was not alive, to what didn’t bring us happiness; we have thought, and every one of us has thought this, that money contributed to happiness: this is a little door that was opened.

Money, however much its value, great or small, doesn’t bring happiness: it’s wrong to think like this.

Happiness, happiness can't be bought, happiness can't be calculated; happiness is Jesus and Jesus isn't for sale, Jesus can't be bought – he gives himself: we receive his Body and we nourish ourselves with his Blood free of charge.

And yet, we don’t go out of our way to see Jesus these days, we don’t want to do this; we think more of buying ourselves material things, of having fun: we’ve replaced happiness with matter that is dead.

We always need something in order to be happy on earth, or so we tell ourselves; we no longer believe that Jesus will bring us joys, will bring us well-being: we are living the consequences of our choices, and this since the first sin.

The human will has said yes to death very often; the human will has taught us to become attached to what is nothing and today, we no longer contemplate the beauty of Jesus Eucharist.

How is it that our eyes are fixed on Jesus and we don’t contemplate this? It’s as if we felt nothing before Jesus, we doubt that Jesus is there, present in front of us: this is because we live among our worthless things.

There is so much dead matter within us, there are so many of these attachments that come from death within us that we are unable to see life.

Jesus wants to eradicate this from us: whatever Satan put inside us, Jesus wants to eradicate it.

Oh! Satan didn’t put this in our soul, because our soul is spiritual – it comes from God, it is life. It has known love; it knows that without graces it doesn’t live, it dies, it agonizes.

So, Satan knew to put this in our flesh, this flesh that, at the moment of its creation, did not yet have life.

Don’t forget that when God made Adam, he made him with matter from the earth, and that clay did not have life, not yet; it was when God breathed into that matter that life came to be.

And so, Satan, through the human will, put death in our flesh: by becoming attached to what wasn’t alive, we were letting death enter us.

Cain, Cain was the first to become attached to this, for what he was doing was becoming important to him, important to him.

He was supposed to offer the best to God; why didn’t he do this? Because he was looking at himself, he should have rejected this: he was looking at his works, he loved his works.

To whom did these works belong if not to God? It was God who had put life within Cain and it was with life that he worked, but he was becoming attached to himself, for God's works were beginning to become, to him, the things that Abel did not have. Abel was life, Abel was nourishing himself with life, and all that was life, he would give back.

God acknowledged his loving gesture; to God, everything was a movement of love, for he could see how much Abel admired his God, loved his God, contemplated his God.

Both were loved by God; God was giving life to Cain and Abel: at every moment, life was being given continuously.

But the human will was present within Abel and within Cain: Cain was turning his eyes towards himself because Satan was tempting him: Satan was showing him how good it felt to be satisfied with what he was doing, and this, he was aware of this externally.

Abel was looking inwardly: when he would speak to God, he would speak from within himself to God; he loved to spend moments of love with God, for he knew that everything came from God.

Cain knew that God was fulfilling him, Cain was aware that God was giving the earth graces on his behalf; Cain knew that God loved him, but what he was receiving was tempting him. That matter seemed to come alive before him: he was becoming attached to his works; therefore, his works were losing graces, for all that is a work bears the grace of God.

Therefore, when Cain looked at his works as if they came from him, he was losing out on graces because he was listening, he was listening to the Tempter, who was developing pride within him, and the more Cain became attached, the more he lived the consequences of his choices.

You see, this led him to want to kill his brother because he was feeding his pain.

When he would become attached to matter, he would always live the consequence of this before God: “God gives to me, I keep part of what God gives me: I give to God what I feel like giving him.” And the more he did this, the more consequences there were: this was hardening his heart.

God loved his child, God went on giving him life, God went on giving him graces, but his heart, his heart was becoming hard, was learning to look outwardly, to become attached to the external world.

And so, he came to live his suffering, for his soul was suffering; it needed his love, it needed his graces, it wanted its God, and he was suffocating all this, he wanted to listen to his ‘self’: “Why don’t I have the right to please myself; there's no harm in keeping something for myself – I do give him some?” This was growing within him through his suffering; it was his suffering that was leading him to think of comforting himself because he was being tempted by Satan.

Satan did not wish him well, he wanted to hurt him.

Satan is evil; he knows that anything that is contrary to God brings suffering to the child of God.

It’s as if there are two movements and Satan plays around with these two movements: “Why don’t you please him and yourself? Love him and love yourself. Do as he asks you and grant yourself what you want for yourself.”

So, Satan was playing with Cain’s emotions; Satan, he knew that by showing him gently that he was a child capable of loving and of loving himself, by injecting poison into him – selfishness – he was developing this within Cain, and Cain was unaware of this up until the moment when it became too painful for him.

That’s when he began to hate his brother; he did this with hypocrisy, showing it through his words, but all the while staying close to him; while speaking with him, he did not reveal what he was feeling for his brother.

You see, there was hypocrisy; all this was hurting him but, at the same time, he was choosing it. The more he entered into this, the more he contemplated himself in all this.

Oh! At times, he would have liked to say, “Why do I have this feeling, why is it nourishing me?” But when he thought about it, he would suffer so much!

Then he came to the point of wanting to think differently: “Oh! He's the one who is doing anything he can to hurt me, he's the one who wants to offer God more than he's capable of offering.” And so, he turned this against his neighbour, against his brother, because this was less painful to him: there was now a guilty party. He was no longer to blame, it was the other, and he nourished this and nourished this.

This led him to desire the disappearance of the cause of his suffering: by killing Abel, he had just caused the disappearance of his great suffering before God.

All this is to show us that in our life, we have all of this in our flesh: we have hypocrisy, we have violence within our flesh.

The flesh multiplies: when Adam made a giving being of himself, Eve emerged through God because God created Eve from Adam’s flesh; when Adam went to Eve, there was multiplication because Eve bore the flesh: the flesh was bearing the flesh. When the flesh emerged, the flesh multiplied because the flesh came together with the flesh: this is how the children multiplied.

There were many children: through the flesh that gave itself, but always from the original flesh.

God brought forth flesh from Adam: in the very beginning, Adam received flesh from God and Eve received flesh, through God, from Adam; therefore, every child is the flesh of the flesh.

Up until today, we are the flesh of Adam’s flesh; therefore, everything the flesh came to know, our flesh knows.

If God speaks to us like this, it’s to make us understand what is in our flesh.

Who else but God created the flesh? And only God will come to strip evil away from the flesh.

God is the Almightiness; we must have faith in eternal Life; God reveals to us what eternal death has done to our flesh.

God is in the process of revealing to us why we suffer so much, and God reveals to us why we want to love so much, to know happiness so much.

There is so much suffering in our life because of our choices: Eve made her choice, Adam made his choice and Cain made his choice, and we are living the consequences of this.

Adam and Eve committed a sin, which was disobedience: the knowledge of good and of evil, wanting to take themselves for little gods, not to take themselves for God, for Adam and Eve knew who God was.

Cain, he committed the sin that made way for all other sins, for he attacked the flesh.

Adam and Eve, through their disobedience, lost something precious: the Divine Will, the Will of God, the one that is eternal, the one that gives love, that gives love over and over and that nourishes continuously, the one that knows all and that leads to knowing love forever, the one that does not separate the life of the past from the present and the future, the one that enables us to know our God, the one that enables us to know all that God has done for God's children, for Adam and Eve were children of the Divine Will – nothing was hidden from them.

They were meant to know eternity, they were meant to see their God without experiencing earthly death, for the flesh was not meant to be separated from the soul: unity was not meant to be broken apart.

God is The Love, God is Three in One; they never separate from one another, for THEY ARE.

And so, we children of God, we must never separate – the flesh and the flesh were never meant to be separated, were meant to always be present.

The Father knows his Son and the Son knows his Father; the Father and the Son are one and they form unity – the Holy Spirit, The Love – one God, one single God.

And we children of God, we belong to God, we are God's unity, we are God's love, we are the breath of God; we were not called upon to be separated, for the breath of God was not supposed to be separated, the flesh was not supposed to be separated from the flesh.

But Adam and Eve chose, they themselves chose to live in their human will; they themselves chose to become separated, and they therefore would come to know death: Adam would therefore be separated from Eve; the flesh of the flesh would, from then on, have to be separated, and a great suffering was felt, for their perfection diminished, diminished, diminished until it disappeared.

Adam’s eyes were upon Eve and Eve’s eyes were upon Adam: they could see God's beauty.

When they were in the Divine Will, Eve and Adam were together; even if Eve went to the right and Adam went to the left, they were together, for God's love was nourishing them, it was uniting them; how can we understand this?

Well, the Lord, he's saying, “I will tell you a story.”


Jesus: “One day, two beings were in the same house. The man had learned to take care of his house every day; when he would see that a board was creaking, he would secure it with a nail and hammer, and the woman, she learned to make her home inviting. When there was a cold wind from outside, she would take care to shut the windows and to make a nice fire.

One day, the man began to look at his house and he became attached to his house. He heard a commotion, he went to see what had happened; the woman had taken some logs to make a fire and had accidentally tripped over a chair, and so the wood had fallen to the floor.

And the man considered what had happened and he said, ‘You should be careful, you made a mark on my floor, I will have to repair it.’ And so, the woman, she picked up the logs and went to put them on the fire; she turned around and said, ‘Today, supper will be later.’

So, the man shrugged and went back to his corner and sulked; he could be heard mumbling to himself and the woman, she turned to her dishes and she began to stir vigorously with her spoon and to make noise: neither one looked at the other.

To pass the time, he picked up his newspaper, began leafing through it, and was drawn to the images he was seeing: ‘Oh! This looks more interesting than my wife.’

From time to time, she would look over her shoulder to see if he was looking at her, but disappointed because he had his nose in his newspaper, she continued cooking.

To console herself, she began tasting her batter with her finger; oh! she added a little more sugar, she added some more… oh! she liked the taste: ‘Oh! I should make this more often.’ And so, she began to really enjoy cooking for herself.”

Do you recognize yourselves, my children? Do you see, my children, how many times the man is in the same house as the woman and yet they are alone; each one is concentrated on his or her own chores, each one would like the other to appreciate the chores he or she does but, over time, there are so many awkward movements that this becomes impossible; they are no longer capable of communicating with each other and if they do communicate with each other, the words they say to each other are always aimed at changing the other; oh! not of changing him or herself, but the other.

When Adam and Eve were living in paradise, paradise was their home; all was nothing but beauty to Adam and Eve and they would tell God how much they appreciated all this; they loved to talk with God.

Eve, in paradise, was filled with admiration before everything God was creating; Eve loved to take walks, Eve loved everything she saw, and Adam was part of this, for to Eve, Adam was the gaze of God, the beauty of God.

What was emerging from Eve was love for her God of love; wherever Adam was, Eve would feel this; whatever Adam was doing, Eve was joyfully satisfied with it, for everything was for God.

And Adam was doing the same; he would be in front of Eve and he knew that God was in front of him, for she came from God, he loved God's work; whatever Eve might be doing, Adam thanked God for it; even if his eyes were not upon her, his eyes knew where Eve was, for he knew that God had put her by his side and that this was good for him.

Everything was nothing but harmony with creation, for creation came from God; it was as if creation was a loving connection between Adam and Eve: they didn’t attribute anything to themselves, but everything to God.

They were in happiness; this is why Adam and Eve did not always need to be together: they knew they were together.

The Divine Will was doing everything for them: Adam was free as Eve was free.

God was nourishing his children; to them, nature was a movement of love and this movement of love was present for Adam and Eve wherever they might be; they both knew that the other benefited from it.

God's love was being given, and being given again and again; those two creatures of God belonged to God, and God was taking care of them.

You see, my children, human will shattered all this; human will separated the flesh from the flesh, human will no longer has faith in human will: human will reproaches the flesh for its suffering.

Man, he wants to work, man wants to give of himself, but when he becomes attached to what he is doing, when he becomes attached to matter, he becomes death, he becomes division.

Man was created for God: God created man to fulfill him, but when man becomes attached to what is dead, he becomes like a being incapable of letting God fulfill him; he wants to fulfill himself; and woman, who becomes attached to matter, no longer recognizes God; she makes herself master of her own feelings; she wants to control those around her so they can bring her pleasure: pleasure for her eyes, pleasure for her ears, pleasure in her words; she wants others to appreciate what she does.

She no longer looks at her God the way she should be looking at her God; her eyes are fixed upon herself, and she wants God to look at her: she wants.

Because she becomes attached to herself, because she becomes attached to anything that can fulfill her, she becomes nothing, she becomes what she is: nothing before man and everything to herself.

Children of love, God loves his children; if God wants to fulfill man, then he wants to fulfill woman.

God wants his children so they can be happy; he created out of love.

Satan wants you, he wants to destroy eternal life.

I come to speak in your hearts in order to shower you with my graces of love, so that you heart of stone might become a heart of flesh.

You must learn to give everything to God, you must let God open your eyes so you can see the death that has attached itself to your flesh from the inside.

My children of love, the soul, the soul needs graces.

I came on earth and I gave myself to nourish your life; my Life belongs to you, take it and eat, my children: come, come to your God.

I founded my Church, my Church is living, my Church is one; I, I am at the Head of the Church, I spoke of my members, of those who take care of my members.

I come to remind you that only my priests can nourish you with my Body, with my Blood; I come to remind you, my children, of what is written; you are my people of love; I am coming to build my world of love with my people of love.

Due to the consequences of sins, my Father's children are scattered far and wide; they have been whipped by the ungodly one, they have been forced to live the consequences of their choices before sins, for such is my Father's justice: whoever wishes to understand, may he understand.

Everyone bears his own consequences within his flesh and everyone bears the consequences of all his brothers and sisters within his flesh; every one shall have eternal life once he says: “Yes, I want to live.” Whoever says no, will not know life: he will come to know death.

My children, my Church has taught you, but the time is coming when the flesh will also have to answer, it will have to answer for its choices.

I shall show what the flesh is, and every child will have to answer to his God: “Yes, I want to live the purification of the flesh,” and God, in his love, will strip evil away from the flesh.

Those who will say no will remain in what they have chosen and death will take those children away, for they will have given body and soul to death.

My children, I am using you to help my children, and if you have been witness to God's action, you now know that your God is the Almightiness, you have faith in God, faith in graces.

I want to make you go forward, to go where you are unable to go in your darkness, in order to bring you back to the light, for in the place where you shall be with me there is nothing but light; there will no longer be yes or no, there will only be my Father's Will, and happiness will be within you like a daily shower of rain, which nourishes you, and all shall be given to you.

My children, this is before you; do you believe that I come to speak to you of Satan's tricks in order to frighten you or to nourish movements that are in your flesh? There are movements that are dead in your flesh, and I will not make you aware of them so that you may live them, but to eradicate them from you.

You need not live what you have already lived; I, I have known what you have lived, and I have accepted all this and brought it unto death to conquer death.

I resurrected, my children, from death, my Father glorified me, and because my Father glorified me, my children, you, you know that you, in turn, will be in this movement of love.

My children, we will stop here.


The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: And so, we will take… we will get up and we’ll take some time to rest, we need it.