Gathering of Love With God's Action in Le Pradet, France,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus

 

 

2008-02-22 – Afternoon – Part 1

 

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: The Lord calls me the Girl of My Will in Jesus. He gave me this name in 2001. When I was given this name, I was a little surprised.

My name is Francine Bériault, but he, the Lord, gave me this name and many people were asking why: it’s because we belong to Jesus. But in order to belong to God the Father, we must enter into the yes of Jesus, go through the yes of Jesus, be like Jesus. In order to be like the Son, it is necessary to give one’s yes to God. How can we give our yes if we don’t know anything about the yes of Jesus? It will be necessary for us to know not only in our thoughts but in our actions about everything he accepted out of love for his Father. We cannot love the Father with all that we are without knowing what the Son did for his Father. This would be like entering into the love of Christ for the Father but only with what we are, with our own yes.

Jesus carried all our sufferings, Jesus knew all our sins, because he accepted to be the world’s greatest sinner out of love for us. He bore all sins, and he not only bore them but it was as though he felt them without taking part in those sins, without living the consequences of those sins. It was necessary for Jesus to go to the very end – remember during the agony when he perspired blood, well, that was when Jesus lived the consequences of all sins. In that moment, through his human nature, he was consenting to live what we were: the consequences of sin. He knew what we would become: liars, people who are jealous, thieves, adulterers, people who easily commit sacrileges; he knew we would become domineering, possessive, controlling. Jesus, he knew all this. He was aware of all the words of rejection we were going to say to his Father; he was carrying them, he could feel them in his Flesh, and he accepted everything.

He loved the being that we were unconditionally. He didn’t say to his Father: “It was them, not me; they are the ones who did this, not me.” No, Jesus loved us unconditionally. He presented himself to his Father as having committed all those sins; he presented himself to his Father knowing the consequences of all those sins and he was aware of all our choices: all those times that we said no to his Father – he was aware of them. He carried this in his Flesh. He loved the being that we were so much that he suffered greatly because of it! He accepted: “Not my Will, your Will.”

Jesus, the Son of God, is the Divine Will. He is the Will of the Father, he is the Word. Everything his Father knows, he knows. Everything his Father desires, he does it. This means that the Son is in the Father and the Father is in the Son: everything the Father desires, the Son desires, everything his Father knows, the Son knows. But it is also written in the Gospel: “Only my Father knows the time of his Son's return in glory.” Why did the Son of God made Man say these words? He does the Father's Will. It isn't up to him to decide – not because he doesn’t know, as he is the Word, he is the Movement, he is the Fulfilment – and therefore, he does not go before the Father. When the moment of his return arrives, the Son will let us know, the Word will let us know. This is the reason the Son says, “My Father knows all and I accomplish the Will of my Father.” He is the Obedience in all things; he is the Obedience because he is the Man-God.

When you are God, you give, you give all power. This means that the Father gives to the Son, the Son gives to the Father, and this movement is constantly present: I give, you give to me – movement of love; I receive, you receive – I love you unconditionally. This movement is so present, this movement is given to such an extent that the Holy Spirit, who is unity, makes himself known. The Holy Spirit gives constantly. The Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit: movement of eternity, movement of perfect love, a movement that never stops – eternity. The movement of the Father and the Son is eternal, it reveals love, it reveals obedience to us.

Jesus accepted to take on human nature and because Jesus accepted to take on human nature, he came when his Father so willed, when his Father decided to send his Son. The Son obeys the Father: movement of love. “I give to you and I give to you again, Father. You are all to me, Father, and I am all to you.” And the Father looks upon his Son and the Father sees himself in the Son: the Father who gives himself. The Father comes to us through the Son: he sends us his love and he has us taste his love. This is a movement of love for his children: just as the Father gazes upon his Son, so he gazes upon us. He loves us, he's our loving Father, he's our eternal Love, and therefore, the Father is always in communication with us, constantly in communication with us. Not for a single moment is he not in communication with us, not for a single moment.

When God the Son appeared before the angels in his Eternal Flesh – because the angels could see God the Son when he was a pure and invisible Spirit – they saw him through the light: movement of light, movement of love, light that is reflected on the angels, and the angels receiving the beauty of God, receiving the intelligence of God, being nourished continuously and without interruption, the angels adoring and praising the Light, always at the service of the Light, and who are constantly before this movement of love. But when the Son presented himself as Man-God, then for the first time the pure angels saw Matter, Immaculate Matter, Perfect Matter, Divine Matter, because he is Man-God, Man-Spirit, pure and immaculate Man-Matter.

Jesus is Man-God, but he is so of himself, he is God. He didn’t become flesh – he is the Immaculate, Perfect, Eternal Flesh: movement of love from the Father. He contains all things. Besides God, there is nothing, absolutely nothing. Besides God, nothing exists. All exists in God, and therefore, in this movement of love, there is everything. And the angels saw everything, but not all angels said yes to the Son of God. When they said no to the Son of God, they rejected God the Father because God the Son is from the Father, he is the All of the Father and the Father is in the Son. The moment they refused to adore the Son of God made Man, they refused to adore God. And so, the light, the light that was there, that was allowing its reflection to fall upon the angels, the light, which is obedient and loving, withdrew from them the moment they refused.

God is love, God forces no one, not even his angels. If the angels want nothing to do with him, then God says, “So be it.” Isn't this what Saint Michael, the archangel Saint Michael, said: “Who is like God?” Well then, so be it: in that moment they became angels of darkness. But the first to do so was Lucibel, Lucifer: an angel of beauty, of great intelligence, of strength; in an instant, he became an angel of darkness! An instant in eternity is not like a second in time – it’s even shorter than that. Eternity is a movement that never stops, it is love – love never stops, love is eternal, love is God; therefore, that movement stopped, and in that moment, everything that had been upon Lucifer was no longer upon him. As he is an angel who must adore, serve, contemplate, he served himself, adored himself, contemplated himself – he therefore became the 'self', the being of darkness.

When someone no longer adores God, he becomes nothing, absolutely nothing, for everything is in God. Apart from God, there is nothing; he contains all things. And so, he became nothingness, or rather, a movement of nothingness, a movement that brings death, a movement that is darkness, a movement that is nothing but the opposite of all that is life. He became death – a form of nourishment – he nourished himself with what he was. Death nourishes itself of itself, death is a movement without life. Satan is a movement without life, without light, without the power to attract; he is nothing more than what nothingness contains. How can we be drawn to nothingness? Nothingness is a bottomless pit, it is a void, it is suffering, it is to be without God, it is to be without his light, it is to be without beauty, without that nourishment – love. Therefore, he cannot nourish himself with love; he nourishes himself with what he his: nothingness. He is nothing more than hatred.

We come from God – we aren’t nothing – we come from God. We have beauty within us, we have eternity within us, we have love within us, movement of life: I receive love and I give love, I receive love and I give love. The light that is reflected upon me nourishes the light that I am. Each one of us has received within himself the light of God because we are the flesh of the Immortal Flesh: Jesus. We are immortal through eternity. Jesus is the eternal love: movement that is given constantly. And we come from eternity, we have eternity within us: we have God's light within us; God's light is never extinguished, it is eternal.

If we want to be nothing, if we want to be darkness, inert movement, lifeless, we have to refuse the light, we have to say no to the One who is the Eternal Flesh. This is why it is written that when we come face to face with our day of judgment, we will see our life laid out before us: everything from the past, the slightest thought, gaze, sound. All this will become known to us; none of our actions will be hidden from us, for it is with God's love that we judge ourselves, that we see ourselves, because we come from Jesus and he has redeemed us by his Blood on the Cross. And he's there, in front of us, and he waits, he waits: “Yes, I am yours, I love you.” He's waiting for an ‘I love you’ and when we say ‘I love you’ to him, there's an explosion of love, our soul rejoices and is filled with joy.

O happy soul that knows purity in that moment – it goes directly to its Love who brings it to his Father. O soul that knows the joy of a childlike yes – it turns towards that purifying fire, not a fire that burns as we know it – but rather a fire of love, a fire that cleanses; not a fire that removes evil, because he has already removed evil. The soul of the being who says yes to Jesus must allow itself to be cleansed of all stain, not of sin for sin was already removed – Jesus brought it unto death. It must, however, be cleansed of its choices before sin. Because the being has said, “Yes, I steal; yes, I lie; yes, I kill; yes, I'm all for lying because I nourish myself with lies,” then the soul must be purified as it is unclean; it needs that grace to feel truly ready to go to its Spouse. And we’re living all this; we’re going to live all this. We’re living this at this very moment, we’re living this through our flesh.

Our soul needs to feel beautiful before its Spouse, our soul needs to feel his eyes upon it in order to be radiant; but when it is unclean, the soul knows that it doesn’t have what it would like to have in order to stand before its God, and it suffers. Yes, our soul suffers, our soul is in agony, our soul wants its God, it sees him. How it would love to be able to adore him with its beauty, with its light! It’s as though the soul itself were turning away from its God because it doesn’t dare to look at him. It is ashamed of what it is because of our no, because of our refusal. Every one of us has within him a soul that comes from God; it belongs to him, and that soul isn't matter – it is spiritual, it comes from God. We received a flesh, a temple of love, so that our soul could live within us eternally.

You see, if it is according to God's Will that we present ourselves for our first judgment, we will have to leave our flesh behind to allow it to be at rest, to allow us to live our first judgment; but it is at rest, even if it has turned to dust, even if it has returned to the earth it is still at rest! This won't be forever because the day of the final judgment will come when the soul will return to its body, which will be resurrected and reassembled. That temple surrounding the soul – this body – will receive its judgment, its own judgment. If we are in a movement of love our flesh will be able to savour this, but if we are in eternal death our flesh will endure the consequences. But God, God cares about his soul; it belongs to him and he cares about his flesh: his flesh. He wants it, it belongs to him, and therefore, he comes to speak in our hearts. Through the power of God, he gathers together our hearts to form but one heart and he comes to speak in our hearts.

The Holy Spirit knows very well what we want to hear at this moment. The Holy Spirit gathers his love and he speaks to his love, he has it hear his love and we, we hear the words: it is his love that is speaking. There is only one language. Whether we’re French, whether we’re Chinese, well, to the Holy Spirit it’s the same language: the language of love. What we’re hearing is love. We’re hearing it in our own language, French, but this is a language of love, just as Armenian is a language of love, a language from God.

Our heart is the Heart of God. Our heart is of flesh, our heart belongs to God, but despite our choices, despite everything we have accepted since Adam and Eve, we must not separate ourselves from our flesh – there was only one flesh that came after the flesh of Jesus: Adam's flesh, there is only one flesh. When God formed the dust of the ground to create flesh, what did he form? He formed what he was: Matter, hence Man-God, Eternal Matter, Perfect Matter. All that emerged from God is from God's flesh. Don’t think that earth existed before man – that’s wrong. It was man and woman before the earth because we existed before the earth. The earth was created out of love for God's children – everything on earth. Remember the words: “Everything you see is yours.” Didn’t he say this to Abraham? But he also said the following to Adam: “Choose a name for all I will show you.” This meant that everything that had been created was for Adam because Adam was superior to the earth, superior to all created things. And for one thing to be superior to another, it must have been created first; we cannot be superior to what comes after us.

God is eternal, he is present, presence that has always been. There is nothing greater or more powerful than the One who is the greatest and most powerful of all: that is God. Therefore, God is above all things, above us, and we, we were created in the likeness of the Son of God. We weren't created in the likeness of the earth, nor the animals; we were made in the likeness of the Son of God. Therefore, we are superior to the earth, superior to the animals, superior to the universe, because we were created in the likeness of the Son of God. And so, when Adam was formed from the dust of the ground, his flesh was formed: the earth came after Adam. The matter that is the earth was created after the matter that is Adam. Adam is not superior to the Son of God made Man: he comes from – he comes after him. And so, when God used the dust of the ground to create the first man, he stood before God, but God breathed life into Adam: the soul, love, eternity.

Everything was created by the Creator. It’s as though the Son himself created himself; he was recreating what he had been for all eternity, all eternity! We were in God, and all that was in God was living, was eternal movement. We were love, the love that never stops giving, movement that cannot be separated in two: God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit – one God. God the Son together with each one of us: movement, love – I give you my love, you give me my love; I give you nourishment and I take what you give to me, and I return it to you once again: eternal movement. We have always been eternal.

And so, when Adam received his flesh, when Adam, who was willed by God, was created on earth, then everything came into being: a part of Adam was taken to create woman. She wasn’t created apart from Adam – he created her from flesh that had already been created: one single flesh. Always the same flesh, that of Christ, however, this one was created whereas the Son was not created but rather engendered – this flesh, movement of love that gives: Adam who gives his flesh, the flesh that receives and the flesh that gives itself. Adam and Eve gave each other love continuously. That love was that of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit: movement of eternity, movement of love that never stops giving itself ceaselessly, ceaselessly.

When Adam, life, strength of God, penetrated her nest of love, he put life into another flesh, and that flesh enveloped life, and then creation continued, a child was born: the child of the child, the flesh of the flesh, every movement that never stops giving itself ceaselessly, the mother who gives her child all that she is – life, light. She is life, she is light; she was giving all that came from the earth. God had given the earth to man and woman, and the earth continued to carry out this movement, which was the Will of God. And what is it that we need? We need food from the earth because we were given a flesh.

All that exists – the trees, the flowers – all these things, aren’t they a source of vitamins for us? Aren’t they part of our flesh, the flesh that nourishes the flesh? We have within us all the water of the world. The mother gives water to her child because we were made as part of creation. We have within us all the minerals of the world because the mother gives her child the earth that is constantly nourishing itself, the flesh that is constantly nourishing itself. Being superior to the earth, being superior to all that comes from the earth – this is a movement of love that constantly gives of itself, that constantly multiplies: one flesh. Above us, there is Adam; above Adam is the Son of God, God the Father, God the Holy Spirit: one God. Everything was given to us: this is who our Father is. This is our loving Father, the One who never stops gazing upon us, because when he gazes upon us, he sees his Son because we come from his Son. We were created in the image of the Son, we are the Father's love, and this has not changed.

It isn't because this is 2008 plus a few days after the birth of Jesus, the Messenger, the Man-God, that our appearance has changed. We are still loved by the Father; our soul belongs to him, our flesh belongs to him, it is his. We are children of the Divine Will; we are not children of the human will – we are children of the Divine Will. Before we became aware of our will, we were in the Divine Will: God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, Will of love, Will that does nothing but give of itself, that does nothing but bring about movements of love. We were made in order to give; we are movements of love. God was giving us everything, God was granting us everything. Even before we were born on earth, everything was being given to us.

When we were in Jesus, everything was being given to us – the earth was given to us, the universe, intelligence, beauty, light – everything was given to us because we were children of the Divine Will and we are children of the Divine Will. Even if Adam, through his disobedience, refused to be a child of the Divine Will, he was nevertheless always loved by the Divine Will. God never took his love away from him, God always watched over him. Adam was always filled with the light, always, always, always, and it is still inside us. It was necessary for Jesus to come to us to tell us about his Father's love. Why was it necessary for him to come to tell us about his Father's love? He knew, God, he knew that we would become what we are today. Did you think that he wasn’t aware of this?

But there was a being of love who was perfect, a being of love born of created flesh: the Virgin Mary, the Immaculate One, the only one who would never come to know her human will. And this wasn’t because she didn’t have a human will but rather because she always said yes, always. Not once did she refuse to be God's child, not once. And this earned us our place on earth. Through Mary's love, God the Father said: “So be it.” And so, he gave us his Son, he gave us his beloved Son, he gave us his Love, he gave us his Will. The Son is the Will of the Father, he is the Father's love, and he, God the Father, gave him to us. It was he himself who came to us through the Son and revealed himself to us. When one of the apostles asked Jesus, “When will we see the Father?” Jesus answered him, “Whoever sees me sees my Father.” He hadn’t understood – God was there, standing in front of him, and this was because the Son had agreed to accept everything, and the Father, as well, had agreed to accept everything. He had agreed to reveal his love to us in spite of our rejection; he had agreed to be an unconditional Father to us.

By coming to reveal his Son to us, he, God the Father, was agreeing to be an unconditional Father to us, and a Father loves his children unconditionally, otherwise he isn't a father. A father who doesn’t love his child cannot call himself a father. He's giving up his own child, he's delivering his own judgment. When a father says, “You are no longer my son,” oh, how he is hurting himself! How he is wounding himself! He's rejecting fatherhood. It isn't the child who is refusing, it’s his father, and therefore, as he's refusing to be a father, he's no longer a father. But God – the Father – did not refuse. He gave us his Son in spite of the fact that we spit in his face; because when we spit in his Son's face, we were spitting in the Father's face, for he did say, “Whoever sees me sees my Father.” We are loved by our loving Father, and he still loves us. God's love hasn’t diminished by even one ounce, it’s all there: we are loved by God.

Let’s take a look at ourselves today – you’re agreeing to listen to a person, a sinner like you, someone who has no business being up here in front of you, but what you are actually doing is agreeing to hear the Will of God. Yes, it’s nice to please a person: “She comes from Canada; that’s interesting. I wonder what she has to say to us.” No, she has nothing more to say to us than what we already know. What we want to hear is what God wants to have us hear, and that is what is nourishing us at this moment: this is the Will of God, this is the Will of the Father because it was the Father who sent me here.

I have been hearing the Son since 2001; I hear God the Father, I hear the Holy Spirit, Mary, but God the Father always comes first because such is his Will. And once everything had been prepared here, it was the Father who took me in his hand and who said to me: “I am sending you, you the instrument who is nothing, and you will have nothing to say to them. I shall speak through my Son, for I have sent my Son to them. Now, I am sending my Son again to speak in their hearts.” For these times are times which are preparing us for a great event – the one that was announced to us by Jesus himself, by God himself, when he told his people: “I shall gather my people together and I shall come to speak in their hearts.”

When he came to earth, Jesus came to speak to men of good will. Isn't this what the angels said when Jesus was born on earth? They sang Alleluia and they said, “Go, adore God, all you men of good will.” Now, God comes to speak within us; he comes to speak in our hearts, directly in our hearts. He doesn’t want to go through our human will – he wants nothing more to do with it. We have given our human will over to materialism, to everything that is fleeting, everything that dies. And now, we are renouncing our human will, we don’t want it any longer, it has led us to moral degradation. Today, if we take a look at this world, we know very well that we can do nothing; we have reached a point of no return. No human will can put love in our hearts, only the Will of God can.

God has often used children to show us that he loved us. God has given us many role models to show us that he loved us. Are we able to count the number of saints declared by the Church herself? The number is incalculable, it’s huge, there are so many of them! We know only a few of them because of our calendars, our missal, but that’s nothing in comparison to those that came before them.

Look at our great-grandmothers, our great-grandfathers: they experienced hunger, they experienced the cold. They didn’t have windows, and they were happy, they prayed. They didn’t have thickly lined coats, oh no! But they prayed, they were happy, they had faith in the Church. They didn’t speak against the pope; they bowed down, they loved God. They didn’t encourage merchants. They were there to help one another. If a merchant or someone’s neighbour was out of potatoes, someone else would come along and say, “I’ll give you some so you can share with others.” They shared; there was love even if, at times, they were oppressed. As for kings, we have had many kings, and what kings France has had! So many rulers above God's children!

Well, we have lived the consequence of our choices, for the people of God, a people guided by God's messengers, chose to have a king. And God had warned them of all they would experience while living under a king’s rule: that women and young girls would work for the king, that crops and anything made by man would belong to the king, and that he would take the greatest portion and they would get what was left. God didn’t hide this from his children. God spoke and they made their decision; they chose a king and God said, “So be it. They shall obtain what they desire.” Oh, God didn’t turn his eyes away! He gave them King Solomon, King David. He gave them good kings, but there were also bad kings, and everybody lived with his consequences, everybody. Life went on and we have always had kings as our rulers. We ourselves have known good kings… – “Lord, we aren’t that old!” – We have known bad kings, for the flesh of the flesh has this knowledge. We became impoverished because of power, but we were also consoled by those in power; there were those who sustained us.

How many kings built monasteries, how many kings brought faith to the hearts of God's children, how many kings supported the popes! There have been many of them. Yes, the opposite is also true. There have been kings who oppressed God's children. There have been kings who wanted a pope of their own. When they couldn’t obtain their own pope, they tried to control the pope by using their power. How many suffered because of this!

But we have had kings, and even some martyrs among those kings, kings who kept the faith, who loved their God and who preferred the guillotine to saying no to God. That was the moment when the people chose themselves: the people had just beheaded the king and they had just beheaded themselves. Every man who came into power was at the mercy of the power: of the one who rules the human will. Although God said, “They want a king? Well then, so be it. They shall have a king,” God was placing the strength to rule the people in the hearts of the kings– he gave them this strength – and so the people supported their king.  But when a king was beheaded, then those chosen by God were no longer there; it was no longer God who was choosing the kings because, from then on, we got the kings we deserved.

The more people prayed, the more they trusted in God, the more they had a king who was a king of the people. Remember Joan of Arc – didn’t she fight for her king? Was it her human will that fought? No, it was God. God wanted his king and it was God who was choosing his king. But later, when a king was beheaded, we – human will – were putting our own heads on the executioner’s block. That executioner’s block received every one of our heads, for our human will was gaining the upper hand: “We want nothing more to do with your king, God. We’re going to vote, we’re going to elect someone, we will choose.” Which one is the best for us? The one who gives us the most! Who is going to feed us? The one who is going to give us the most! Who will see to it that our children receive an education? The one who is going to give us the most! Who will see to it that we preserve our faith? The one who is going to give us the most! Who will see to it that we can go on with the faith that tomorrow we will receive a proper burial? The one who is going to give us the most! Oh, what human errors!

The only thing we succeeded in doing was to bind ourselves in chains through the choices of the human will. The human will was choosing the one that wanted to rule, and the one that wanted to rule was the one whose will was stronger than another. As a result, our human will bowed down before human will. Our human will was given the price of what it had chosen for itself: be quiet and keep your eyes on me; be deaf for it isn't up to you to make decisions based on what you hear; look at me and shut your eyes to your own needs; do not think; it’s up to me to think for you. You need only do as I say, for I am the one now who decides what your next move will be: you will go over there, and you will sleep over here. You no longer need to have feelings, for I will control those feelings. This will indicate to you that: yes, you are what you deserve to be.

Isn't this what are lives are like today? We made our choices and we’re living the consequences of them. And we were warned by God, but God has always watched over us, God has always loved us, God sent us his Love, God has always, always, always talked to us: he comes to speak to us with the language of the heart. The Virgin Mary, Mother Mary, constantly comes to tell us: “I am here; do not be afraid.” These words are a language of love, they are a language of truth, they are a language of justice, for whenever those who came before us would turn their eyes towards God after having been unfaithful, God would return where he belonged: in their hearts, and everything would become green again – a new spring. People would stop adoring gods, they would regain their health, they would take back their cities, their children would have the right to walk on the streets; but as soon as they turned their eyes away from God, again and again, they would become lost.

It’s the same thing today. When we’re reciting the rosary we regain our strength, we allow God's grace to nourish us and everything becomes green again. We feel an inner peace, we remain in God's strength, ready to be the first to move forward, and not the last because when we are God's children, we’re all standing in front. There is no room at the back, and no one comes before anyone else: we are all equal, we are God's children. When we consider Joan of Arc, well, we see that Joan of Arc simply showed others what they had to do: they were fighting side by side with her and not simply following orders. They fought with God's strength. They weren't fighting for her – she had nothing to give them – but it was for God. That’s how they found their strength and they moved forward, and their faith grew so much! Because they saw what was in Joan of Arc’s heart, they saw and they said: “Oh, Father, your power! Oh, Father, your love!”

And so, isn't this what we saw in Joan of Arc? Her body was burned, except for the part that God wanted to preserve for us – her heart, because he was showing us what he would do with us: turn our hearts into hearts of apostles, hearts that would let themselves be transformed by God's love. We have agreed to let our hearts be turned into hearts of stone. Now, when we will fight our human will, we are going to fight with the heart that will have been presented to us after it was purified by the fire of The Love. Oh, this isn't like the fire we know! Because if it were like the fire we know, the heart of Joan of Arc would have burned: it is a fire of love, a fire that burns out of loyalty to God.

Joan of Arc never fought for herself but rather for God. She didn’t seek out her king for herself but rather for God; because it was God who had said to her: “You shall go, you shall go and speak with him.” She had no interest in anything other than God, and she had enough to deal with at home: her family was hungry, cold and afraid. She didn’t have the strength but she was able to do it by the Will of God. This young girl, who was very small, who knew nothing, left to do battle against Satan. She didn’t wage war against men but rather against Satan, because it was Satan who had transformed those beings into beings who wanted to harm God's children. Satan had used God's children to crush the faith, to control the Church. But as he, God, had conquered evil, he gave his strength to Joan of Arc and she fought evil. It was against evil that she went to war. She became God's instrument and this is what God expects from each one of us.

God expects us to reject our human will: I reject all that comes from human will: my sister’s words that hurt me, I give them to you. I give you all those I accepted within myself. I give you all those that are part of my flesh. These words belong to you, God; I no longer want them. I give you the gazes that fall upon me and that cause me to be crushed, to be afraid: I refuse them. I want your gaze. I want to see my brother, my sister through your eyes so that I can see their love. I will no longer see their hatred, their reproaches; I will see you, I will see you on the Cross, and I will hold onto your love through what I see, because you took their eyes and you purified them. It is up to me to behave with dignity before that gaze while giving you what I see: their suffering. I will give you those gazes and those gazes will belong to you. All the gazes, Lord, that I have accepted and that belonged to you, I give them to you, and there are many of them. How many times have God's children looked and believed that what they saw was for them! They allowed themselves to be hurt and the human will took advantage of this to throw me to the ground, to tell me that I wasn’t perfect, that I was a liar, a cheat, that I was incapable of remaining upright before a temptation: I give you this, o God of love.

This applies to all movements. God will teach us through his graces and not through what we, we have become. From this point that we have reached, we are able to do nothing, but the power of the Holy Spirit will do everything for us. It will enable us to understand the movements that we will have to give to God, and this is just the beginning.

And now, the Lord is saying, “Now, stop talking and let them get some rest.” Thank you, Lord.