Gathering of Love With God's Action in Malakoff, France,

 Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus

2008-02-29 – Evening - Part 1

♪♪♪   Hymn.

Jesus (during the hymn): All that you are, you are so for God. What God is bringing about within you, children of my Will, is a movement of love within you for all your brothers and sisters of the whole world, a movement that opens itself up to the light of God. Enter the light. All this is for you in these times during which the people of this world have not understood that they are carrying their cross. Let my power enter you; it is within you. My children of the Light, I give you that fire which permeates the depth of your hearts for the Church. Beloved, beloved, I love you. Leave everything up to God. Be instruments of love. I love you.

The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: The Spirit of God: that power is present, it is part of our lives. If we are together tonight, that’s because God wanted to turn us into instruments on behalf of all children of the world. God is preparing his world of love. He is putting inside us what we require for these times.

We who have cried out to God, we who have hoped to live these times of graces, these times of revelations, we are moving forward in little groups, but those groups – God wants them. There are little groups everywhere like the one here tonight: where he wants us to be, where he comes to take us as he so desires, and not as we, we would like to be taken. These times are teaching us who we are; these times are teaching us to recognize ourselves as sinners before the grace of God. Yes, we are sinners, but it feels good to say this when it is said by children who desire the purification of the flesh.

We have come to know what it is to enter into sanctifying grace through the sacrament of Penance; we have tasted the joy of having entered Jesus Eucharist: our soul has experienced all this. And through the graces our soul received, we experienced joy in our flesh, but not as Jesus would have wanted us to feel that joy. It’s as though, each time, we were receiving tiny slivers of light, here and there, whereas our soul is flooded with light.

Why are we searching so much during these times – wanting to enter the light, wanting to taste that light? That’s because God has prepared us to live these times: these times of love, these times when we let grace transform us, that grace which comes to us directly from our soul by the power of God. We are thirsty for the truth; we are thirsty for that light that is Jesus. Yes, we are thirsty for Jesus. We want Jesus to come to us, but that isn't how this will happen: we’re the ones who will go to him, we’re the ones who will live the three days of darkness before the Light.

How is it possible to live three days of darkness before the Light? That’s because everything we will be, as children living in the human will, will become nothing but darkness. Nothing will occur by our human will, absolutely nothing. We will allow ourselves to enter God's love, through God's love, with God's love, and everything will be accomplished as God wills. This movement will take place by the power of the Holy Spirit, and we, we won't have to do anything except let it happen: we will come face to face with our own life.

Whether we carry within us a love for our God, whether we carry a fondness for God, which at times is a burning fire or at times lukewarm, whether we carry indifference towards our God, whether we carry hatred towards our God, we will all be in the same spot: standing before his Will and only his Will. Our human will won't be able to move, our human will won't be able to think, won't be able to hear, or see, or feel, for the human will won't be able to enter us. All our limbs will be obedient to the Divine Will, to God's love, to God's power, to God's mercy. Everything will be accomplished as God so desires.  

This is why we are gathered into little groups: Jesus is in our presence. By the power of the Holy Spirit, at this very moment, we form but one heart. We are together to love one another, to learn to love one another unconditionally. We are together to learn how to love our enemies. How difficult it is to love one’s enemies as Jesus asks us to in the Gospel! Jesus says to us: “Love the one who speaks against you. Love the one who comes to rob you of your wife. Love the one who has just made your child suffer.”

How is it possible to live this through our wounded human will, through our human will that leads us to do what it wants and not what God wants? The child of God inside us, the tiny little child, he wants to listen to God because he knows that he comes from God, he knows that he was chosen by God the Father. That little child is still inside us. It isn't because we’re 6, 8, 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 98 years old or older that we are no longer that little child within us. That’s because we have seen with the eyes of this world, we have thought with the spirit of this world, and this has been going on ever since Cain disobeyed God, and ever since Cain raised his hand to one of his brothers – this created an avalanche of sins.

We aren’t able to look at the little child we are on the inside – it is too painful for us. We no longer want to travel the path we have chosen, we no longer want to see what we have become, we no longer want to listen to our interior, we no longer want to carry out movements of love for the child who is inside us. We no longer want to feel that surrender as it is too painful to know that we have abandoned the being that we are. We have voluntarily abandoned the tiny little child that we are: we have left him in the hands of this world.

This world has not led us where we wanted to go. It has led us to judging: the first person we judged was the being that we are. We have judged ourselves time and time again. We have considered ourselves as being incapable of carrying out the Will of God because our human will was manipulating us and our human will was maintaining us in this mindset, a mindset that comes solely from this world: me, myself and I. I want to be part of this world. I can do it. I feel pain, I feel joy, I feel pleasure, I feel vengeance, I can feel my inability to be a child of God, and so I drown, I drown in my thoughts, in what I see, I drown in what I hear. My movements no longer obey me. My heart is torn by all I have allowed to enter me. My thoughts, which were against my husband, have led me to destroy myself. The things I accepted to see when my eyes were turned towards my neighbour, towards all that was idolatry, have led me to turn against what I am. Then there are all these sounds, these sounds that come to me like a wave, a wave that strikes me and that knocks me down to the ground.

I only want to please others and I no longer think of myself. I want to think of that little child but I cannot, for in the moments when I want to belong to God, I discover a being who doesn’t deserve God's graces, a being who doesn’t understand the love of the One who let himself be crucified out of love for me. I cannot understand that movement of love that is so powerful, that is so beautiful, filled with mercy; and, as a result, what I do is: I go back to the place where I was, to a time before I turned to the cross. I go back to my world: to my world that is able to comfort me in my suffering, to my world that may be able to lead me to God's mercy, to my world where I wander about, not knowing what tomorrow will bring. Yes, I live in this world because I have no other choice other than the one I agreed to accept for myself. It wasn’t my neighbour who said, “Open your eyes and see the one who has just pushed you. Listen to the one who is saying that another is taking up too much room.” We are the ones who choose these things; it isn't our neighbour – we are living our own choices.

Let’s take a look at the Old Testament: God sent prophets with a warning that if they continued to live in idolatry, they would live the consequences of their actions – illnesses, oppression, deportation. They lived the consequence of their own choices; it wasn’t others who chose on their behalf, they made their own choices.

God came to them. God spoke to his people to say to them, “Be careful. I love you. Do not follow that path; that path is not for you. Mine is filled with love for you. It is by following this path that you will understand that I love you; it is by following this path that you will be able to think as a child of God. If you hold to your choices, you will think according to this world and you will become mad like this world, for you will bring about your own death.”

Do you think that it’s any different today? He's the same God. We have the same words in our hearts. Jesus came to us. He spoke to us about his Father's love. Jesus came to speak about the same things the prophets had asked them to do: “Love your God. Turn away from your idols. Turn your attention to your neighbour. Do not take what belongs to others.” Jesus came to tell them this. These are the same words the prophets repeated to God's people.

Jesus looked at the people of God and his gaze was so filled with mercy that all those who were looking at him knew that they were loved by him. It didn’t matter if they were from the people who were descendants of the race of David, it didn’t matter if they were descendants of the race of another people, they were children of God and they felt that they were loved unconditionally. All those who went to listen to Jesus speak about the Beatitudes felt that love, God's love for God's children. It was their hearts that told them, “He is the Saviour, he is the Chosen One, he is the Messenger, he is the One we have been waiting for.” Jesus was accomplishing the Scriptures.

Those whose hearts were filled with hope, those who were suffering, those who were crying knew because what they heard made them feel warm on the inside. No human will could warm their hearts; no human will could nourish them; no human will could quench their thirst. What they were hearing were graces that came directly from the Father to his children, a Father who reaches out to love, a Father who comforts, a Father who cradles, a Father who never stops telling his children: “I love you. Listen to my Son. I sent him to you out of love. You who no longer look at me with loving eyes: I am looking at you. You who no longer turn your attention to those who cry: I am looking at you. You who look at those who have nothing to eat and who continue on your way: I am looking at you.” Isn't this what our world is like? Isn't this what we are?

We want to live in the New Earth. Yes, we will live it; we will live it by following the same path as Jesus. We will learn to turn our attention to the one who is hungry, who is thirsty, the one who is lonely, the one who is crying because he cannot forgive his child for being gay, the one who is angry because his boss doesn’t want to give him the salary that is rightfully his. Yes, we will turn our attention to our brothers and to our sisters. Yes, we will be the hand of God; we will be the heart of God, the gaze of God, the ears of God, the thoughts of God; we will be the words of God. Nothing will come from our human will, for no one wants anything to do with the human will.

The human will recognizes human will. When we’re in the presence of someone who uses his human will to bring comfort, the other person who needs comfort says, “What have you got to show me? You’re bringing me your own pain – I want nothing to do with it. I'm familiar with your words – I've heard them thousands and thousands of times, and they didn’t help me to get out of this mess. I'm still here, suffering, and you come along to tell me you can comfort me? Liar! All you’re doing is sinking my mind deeper and deeper into this pit I dug for myself with my will, and you think that, because of your will, you can help me? You can't do anything. Go back where you came from.”

These are the words we ourselves have listened to. These are hearts crying out injustice. These are eyes that have learned to defend themselves. They want nothing to do with these things just as we wanted nothing to do with them. We want Jesus. We want this misery to stop. Oh, not material misery! We know very well that human will can always comfort itself with material things. Nothing that is material will be able to bring us love.

We need the truth, we need a path of love, we need light, we need Jesus and no one else. He's our Love; he's the one who climbed onto the Cross – it wasn’t anyone else. It’s the One who shed his Blood for us that we want; it’s the One who said to us, “There is no greater love than to give one’s life for those one loves.” He's the one we want, and he's here, he's inside us, he's part of our lives. Ever since he came to earth, he hasn’t neglected us for a single moment: not for a single moment. He gave up his life for us, and the moment he said yes to his Father – “All is accomplished” – he was saying that he was the only means we had to reach the place where his Father wanted us to be: within ourselves, where happiness is.

Didn’t Saint Augustine find happiness? He found it only within himself, not externally. That hasn’t changed because this is the year 2008 after Jesus Christ. Happiness is within us; we’re walking around with our happiness. We would like to buy ourselves things that might comfort us while that comfort is inside us. We received from God the Father everything we needed to be eternally happy. It was necessary for his Son to come to us to tell us about that happiness, in order for us to crave that happiness, in order to enable us to want it, to enter into it. Therefore, if we want that happiness, we will have to enter the yes of Jesus, tasting that yes and not only entering into it.

God calls me the Girl of My Will in Jesus. We are all girls of the yes, and that yes is none other than the yes of Jesus; we are the boys of the yes and that yes belongs to Jesus. No human being can say yes in and through his human will unless the yes of the Son envelops that yes. We have to taste God's mercy in order to want that yes. How can we say to ourselves, “Yes, Jesus; yes, I want you; yes, I will follow you,” when we have refused to live like the little child that we are?

There was only the yes of Jesus uttered to his Father that could have enabled us to taste the yes we had inside us: that hidden yes, unknown to us. It had to be Jesus, it had to be his very presence before God the Father: a Son who gives himself to his Father and a Father who receives his Son, the Son's love for the Father, the Father's love for the Son – movement of love that never stops being given – the Father's yes, the Son's yes, the one entering the other, and then presenting themselves to all yeses.

God the Father chose us to be on earth. This turned us into a yes: “Yes, Father, your Will.” But because of the no uttered by the flesh, we came to know the human will, we tasted this flesh. We fell in love with our flesh, which belongs to God, God the Son – Eternal Flesh, Immaculate Flesh – the Flesh of love, which presented itself to God the Father because God the Father willed it, is the first flesh. The flesh of Jesus wasn’t created, the flesh of Jesus has always been.

God contains all things, he encompasses all things: all that is visible and all that is invisible. All that is invisible, God contains it. All that is visible, God contains it. All that is matter is in Jesus. As he is the Eternal Flesh, as he presented himself to his Father because the Father desired it, as he presented himself to the angels, it was necessary that he reveal himself. The Eternal Flesh revealed himself to the angels. The angels adored but not all of them. Certain angels refused to adore the Man-God, God the Perfect Matter, God who reveals himself with all that he is.

We were in Jesus, we are in Jesus, in Jesus we shall be. We are matter, we are flesh. We come ‘from’ – yes, we come ‘from’ Jesus. In and through Jesus, we are. All is willed by God for us. What belongs to God, God wants it to be returned to him. Our flesh that we love, well, it comes from the Eternal Flesh, and therefore, we must love the Eternal Flesh before loving ourselves. How can we love the Eternal Flesh with what we are? We love our own flesh before the flesh of Jesus! Who among us, at some point in time, hasn’t loved taking care of his flesh, loving it so much as to not want to appear before God the Father right away? We didn’t want to die right away: “Not right away, Lord. I still have things to do. Not right away, Lord. I have to follow my destiny on earth.” Those excuses were very good and valid with respect to what we were. It’s as though we were in love with what belongs to God.

God gave us flesh because it was his desire. Therefore, we must love first and foremost where we come from, who we come from, and for whom we exist. That is when we discover what we are: we are from the Eternal Flesh and we are eternal. Yes, we are eternal. We received life, and when we came to earth we saw ourselves in and through what we are: human will that walks upon an earth that comes from God, human will that believes it creates, human will that claims it has capabilities, human will that chooses.

Who are we to choose? When we choose, we choose according to our limitations, because we have limitations. We have a human will that must choose between good and evil, and watch out if it makes a mistake; because if it makes a mistake, it will live the consequences of that mistake. It’s just like the prophets said to the people of God: “If you turn your eyes away from God, you shall pay the consequences.” And so, we live within these limitations.

Today, our limitations are even greater. Let’s take a look at ourselves: everybody on earth is in in utter confusion. Some of us want to please God, but we ask ourselves questions: “Lord, is it true that I can go to Communion even though you said in the Bible that if I did certain things, it wasn’t okay – like taking the husband of another, living with him for 30 years, 40 years? But Lord, you know that I've been living with someone for 40 years… I have my children. Yes, maybe… maybe you will be kind to me; you are full of mercy, you will forgive me. Oh, come on, Lord! Other people say the same things, do the same things. Yes, Lord, maybe you'll accept what I am.”

You see, we form our own laws. God's laws of love become human laws. Don’t you think that, before Jesus, there were people who had left their husbands, left their wives to live with someone else for 30, 40 years? God of love knew about this. Why did God the Father give us these commandments: “The works of the flesh you shall desire only through marriage. You shall not commit adultery. You shall not steal. You shall not covet what is not yours. You shall respect yourself”? The reason for all these is because we are weak due to our human will.

Our human will has wounded us so greatly that we have been unable to say no. “This isn't the right time to marry this person because what I'm feeling isn't what I would like to be feeling… no!” “I can't say yes just because I did something and now that young girl is pregnant. I can't say yes when my heart says no; my father is the one who wants this.” “I can't go before the altar because I got engaged a year ago: no, I have to refuse.” “I can't accept to go through with this ceremony when I don’t even believe in it.”

Human will has caused us to do things that were against us: human will was against us. Human will led me to choose what I didn’t want. Human will made a prisoner of me: “God, what am I going to do about all this? What are you trying to show me? That I made the wrong choice? I don’t want to move backwards anymore. I'm married now, and I no longer know who my husband is because, now, after 40 years, 30 years, 20 years, this has become my life. Who’s going to save me? Who’s going to give me answers? I want to follow your laws but I can't do it anymore because today I can see that I've wasted my life.”

Everybody lives in utter confusion. We live in utter confusion and this is just one example among many. We want to be tiny little children. We want to let that innocent child out, that child who wanted God but who let himself be taken in by Satan's traps, by this world’s duplicity, by a world that seeks only pleasure, by a world that manipulates people.

We are God's children and we will be so up until that moment when we will have to say, “Yes, God,” and that will be forever, that will be eternal. Nothing will stop that movement; it will be a movement of endless, endless joy and happiness, for it will nourish itself of itself. The child will say to himself, “I am yours, Father,” and then a movement will rise up to the Father, and the Father will return that movement. Only movement of love will exist. And when we will be in that movement, we will taste the mercy of God, we will know that we are loved by God in spite of the fact that we rejected his mercy, that we have rejected our rights as God's children, for we have rights – we have the right to say, “Yes, I want to. No, I don’t want to.”

How is it that for several years the number of separations and divorces has been rising? How is it that we live with this and that it has almost become fashionable? Is this normal? No, this isn't normal. Why is it that children are confused like this before getting married? Who was it that made us want to enter this sacrament of light, of love, this sacrament that is eternal, while we neglect it, while we disrespect it? Do we respect the Eucharist? Do we respect the sacrament of Confession? Yes, we respect them because we want to present ourselves before God.

We know that when we go to Confession, God knows everything; that if we go tell a priest, who is none other than the Christ-Priest, a representative of Jesus, that what we say will be important, for we will carry the consequences of what we say. If we go and say to the priest, “I confess that I stole from my mother,” well, that’s because we regret it. We’re not going to tell him this just for the fun of it. “She's my mother. Today, I neglected her, she who needs my support. I'm going to Confession; I need to feel God's mercy upon my shoulders in order to get through my days; I need healing for my soul in order to feel peace.” Confession is a sacrament of healing; Confession is a sacrament of deliverance: I need it. And when I go to the sacrament of the Eucharist, it is my joy to come forward to receive my God, my King, my Eternal Flesh: I need this.

Why is it that we neglect our sacrament of Marriage so badly? We go on with our wedding plans without paying that much attention to it: I think about my white dress, I think about the ceremony. I think about my fiancé: he's going to be hurt if I say no to him because, deep down, I don’t love him. Oh, I can't do that to him! I think of my father who has just taken $5,000 out of his retirement fund for my wedding: I think about that. I think of my friends who have just rented bridesmaid dresses: wow, they spent a lot of money! How stupid am I going to look at the office on Monday when I tell them that I'm not getting married after all because I don’t love him? How stupid am I going to look?

I told my friends that she loved me but I've just realized that she doesn’t love me the way I love her, that she prefers a guy with the latest haircut, who wears tight pants, whereas as I, I like my jeans, and I want my hair cut just the way I like it. How does that make me look? I’ll look like a fool! They’re going to tell me that I'm stupid!

We get married under these conditions and then, we’re all surprised when, at the end of the first week, we realize that we’ve made a mistake. At the end of one month: oh, I feel pressure on my heart every time I think about it. Two months: that’s it, I'm stuck here – what am I going to do with him? Six months: I can't take it anymore – what am I going to do? One year: oh, boy, this is like a real prison! Five years: this is killing me – I can't live like this anymore. We brought about our own suffering.

The sacrament of Marriage is a sacrament of love, is a sacrament of unity: the flesh of two people that form one flesh. In order to see this, it is necessary to have a taste of the Eternal Flesh before getting married. How many turn to the sacrament of Marriage and don’t go to the sacrament of Confession in order to taste the Eternal Flesh every Sunday? How many do this while saying, “Oh, it’s okay, it will be all right. I’ll get married, which is a good thing. Maybe I’ll love him a little more as time goes on.” She's expecting a baby: “This is my child, so I will face my responsibilities.” We build a marriage on sand and Jesus told us: “If you build a house on sand, it will crumble at the first rain.” Jesus is full of love. He knew all this; he was coming to warn us of what we were going to experience.

Today, we no longer respect the sacrament of Marriage. In fact, we couldn’t care less: there are separations, there are divorces. When we start off with ideas like these, we’re already writing the word ‘failure’ at the bottom of the contract. And we’re going to build a life with a contract that has the word ‘failure’ written on it, and it wasn’t God who wrote ‘failure’ on that marriage contract – it was us: we were the ones who signed it. With our wounded hearts, with our minds that are numb, with our eyes that are blind, our ears that are blocked and our will that manipulates our movements, we move towards what we deserve.

Satan has manipulated the spirit of this world and we entered that trap: Satan, by putting this spirit into the hearts of children who gave in to this movement, used those weaknesses to reach God's children. By lowering the sacrament of Marriage to a state that carried little weight, he entered this sacrament through the sincere yes that came from man and from woman. He injected his poison into this sacrament; he numbed the hearts of God's children; he gave God's children a way out. By doing all these things, he was able to affect the marriages that were filled with love. He injected poison into the hearts of those who had given themselves to each other out of love before God: he was showing them that they didn’t have to carry the cross of the other.

When we get married: “I promise to be faithful to you. I promise to take care of you. I will do what my heart desires for you. I will nourish my love in order to take care of myself, for you. I will give you my attention, for I promise that when you fall, I’ll be there to pick you up.” Isn't this what we said in front of our Jesus of love? And Jesus committed himself to this; Jesus committed himself to nourishing us with his graces so that we could keep our promises. He promised us all this. But what have we done with the sacrament of Confession? What have we done with the sacrament of the Eucharist? Did we rely on them when there was sadness in our hearts because of the other person’s words, words that we accepted when they didn’t belong to us?

When we hear hurtful words from our husband or our wife, those hurtful words come from his or her own pain, not from ours. We accepted something that didn’t belong to us; we tried to live the other person’s life. How was it possible for us to keep our promises? It was impossible. Our knees constantly buckled under the weight of pain – we were carrying our cross. Our cross was so heavy, heavy with the choices of others. And so, we accepted these things, we picked up our own cross – not the cross of our husband or wife: our own cross. It’s hard to carry around insult, neglect, indifference, anger, doubt.

We’re always trying to change the other person but we’re no longer able to see ourselves. Why are we no longer able to see ourselves? Because we can't see the log in front of our eyes, we can't see our cross, which has become so heavy, so big: it’s too painful. Why has our cross grown so heavy and so huge with suffering? That’s because we have accepted the pain of others. We haven’t accepted to carry another’s cross but rather, we accepted the pain – there's a difference.

Suffering belongs to God because he carried it unto the Cross and the Cross was purified by his loving Blood, and he delivered us from evil. But we took on the sufferings of our husband or our wife, and we let them enter us, which increased the size of our cross of suffering. He, Jesus, wanted us to give him these sufferings. “Oh! He just told me that I burned supper and that, because of this, he can't eat!” And I keep this for myself instead of giving it to God. “God, these words belong to you, I give them to you. They are yours, take them.” Instead of doing this, we kept the suffering that belonged to our God of love and we lived with it. And it accumulated, it accumulated… a look that didn’t satisfy us – we dearly wanted to receive a loving look from our husband. “He didn’t even look at me. He simply said, ‘What? My socks aren’t in the drawer? They’re still in the laundry?’” We accepted this as our own, and then, it accumulated and accumulated. But why did it accumulate? That’s because we didn’t give this pain to our Jesus of love.

But we didn’t go to receive graces through the sacrament of Confession: as soon as I took his suffering, I also made choices for myself. Oh! Those choices piled up: I went to bed with regrets. I insulted him: “Well, if you aren’t happy, then go next door to the neighbour’s – maybe she’ll make your supper!” And then, I went to bed feeling like this and I regretted my choice. And this led to another feeling: “Ah, he’d better not think that I’ll wait on him hand and foot forever!” I judged him and: “He's never happy with what I do for him.” If we had gone to Confession with feelings like, “I judged my husband, I hurt myself,” then we would have been comforted, we would have received strength, but we didn’t do this. And so, Satan, he did do something: he made things worse.

On television, we’ve seen couples who loved each other. “Oh, look! I would love to be in a relationship like that one! Mine isn't romantic anymore.” As a result, a new feeling entered us and that feeling collided with the one that was already there! Those two feelings created a third one: indifference.

There were three feelings now, and they multiplied because I listened to a show on the radio about couples, couples that didn’t get along. And then, we said, “Oh, wow! They’re just like us! Well, well! She's doing exactly the same thing that I am! Oh, look, she found a solution: she wants to separate.” And then, we turned the radio off and said, “Oh, come on! How can that be? Is this possible? All this is forbidden by Jesus? The law of God tells us that we must not separate. Well, maybe it isn't that bad after all. Oh! I’ll just stop thinking about it!” But deep down we haven’t rejected that feeling: is this a way out? “Well, maybe… oh, no, I can't!” It entered us nevertheless but we didn’t give it to God: we chose to keep it inside us, which led us to experiencing a short moment of infidelity.

For it is written in the Gospel: “Whoever looks at another lustfully has already committed adultery.” Oh, is this ever hard! “Oh, come on! I'm always looking at one guy or another. He just walked by – whoops! – I turn to look, it’s so tempting! Whoops! My neighbour is separated! My goodness, she's nicely dressed, isn't she?!” You see? All this enters us, it meets another feeling, and another, and another, and another, and then there's an explosion: new feelings are born.

Satan is the master of this maneuver – he manipulates us. God doesn’t manipulate his children. God is love, he gives us freedom. We have a movement of love inside us: “I give to you.” God is ready to take all our sufferings but Satan uses our sufferings. There's a difference. And if today there are so many separations, if today there are so many divorces, so many children crying out for their fathers, for their mothers, that’s because we’re living the consequences of feelings inside us that we held onto and that God didn’t want for us. And Satan, he keeps us in our suffering, and our suffering places us in a state of utter confusion in the face of God's laws, in the face of the teachings of Jesus.

It has been said that during this time, the last time of all times, you will have to be satisfied with the way you are. Satisfied! We accept our choices so that we don’t suffer too much, in order to follow others: this suits us just fine. People say that the laws are full of mercy; they say that, yes, now we can because a certain priest, a certain bishop, a certain cardinal said that we could. And so, like a wave, I throw myself into this movement all the while knowing that our Pope told us that the sacrament of Marriage is binding.

He tells us that those who are suffering in the sacrament of Marriage can remain apart from each other so that one spouse can pray for the spouse who is suffering, so that the graces of the sacrament of Marriage might rise up again from within us and give new life to the love that is still there. Aren’t these the words of Paul? Nothing has changed. Our Pope won't change the teachings of Jesus. If he does change the teachings of Jesus, then he's against God. We don’t have the right to turn against God. To turn against God is to turn against ourselves, it’s to turn against the child of God, it’s to turn against our flesh, it’s to turn against the Eternal Flesh, the One who created us. We come from the Eternal Flesh, and by the Eternal Flesh we have flesh. What use is it to want to please the flesh when it will rot in hell? God doesn’t want this. Satan wants it. Satan wants our soul and he wants our flesh. Satan wants to make us suffer because he has seen: he has seen the Light, he has seen Beauty, he has seen our beauty, he has seen our eternity. He has seen all these and he wants nothing to do with them.

Satan was receiving beauty from the light of God and when the light of God was reflected upon him, he was in his beauty. He was so beautiful! Lucibel stood before God's beauty. It nourished him. When he said no, the light of God was no longer before him, and in that moment, he cut off the light because he cut himself off from the light – he contemplated himself. Therefore, as he could not obtain beauty from the light, as he no longer had the light, he became ugliness, and this happened in what seemed to be a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a second to us humans; and yet, this is even too long for a pure spirit. And he doesn’t want us to be before God's beauty eternally: in rapture.

You see? God is love; he wants us for himself. Do you think that he wants to punish us, saying, “You are married”? No, he doesn’t want to punish us; he loves us too much; he wants us with him for eternity. He wants us to go to him, he wants us to go and find strength so we can be faithful to God's laws. He knows very well that we wouldn’t have the strength to leave a man and a woman we have lived with for 30 years, 40 years. He knows this but he says, “Turn to the sacrament of Penance. Nourish yourself with the graces of my mercy. I know your heart, I know that it is in pain. But you are unable to receive me for I am your beauty, I am your light. If you receive my beauty when you are impure, you are agreeing to make yourself suffer. And if you want me to agree to be what you want me to be, then you are accepting that your God be without his beauty, without his light – I cannot be anything other than light, I am the Light. But come to me! Come to me and I shall comfort you! You will receive my blessing, you will receive strength, for when I bless you, you will receive my love and you will know that you are love, you will know that you carry love within you, you will know that you carry happiness within you, for happiness will teach you, it will teach you to allow The Love to comfort you. Happiness will lead you to my path, the path of love. Yes, that path is narrow but it is for you. I have been speaking to you for so many years! My love is within you.”

And God wants us to go to him. He doesn’t want us to hurt ourselves; he wants our love. He wants to nourish our interior so we can be truthful.

We who have a husband, a wife, we must accept to carry their cross. We must accept to love them unconditionally. We must look at them with the love of Christ. We must be, for Christ, a movement of love, an appeal to love by loving them, by not having any thoughts against them. Even when we see a person going to a priest, while that person is in a state of suffering, we don’t have the right to judge that person, but we must give him to God, for I am in that person and you are in that person.

Our flesh is one and the same. Only one flesh came from Jesus: Adam's flesh. Adam multiplied. Yes, God took Adam's flesh and he created woman: the flesh of Adam was within Eve. Adam and Eve, flesh of the flesh, multiplied and we have the same flesh. Therefore, when we see our sister or our brother going to Communion while they are committing adultery, we are committing adultery. We ourselves are there, holding up his cross so that he may not fall to the ground and so that he may be able to get back up again. We must hold on to his cross, do as Simon did, for when he saw Jesus, he saw a man who was being forced to carry his cross, he saw a man who was a sinner, he saw a man who had committed something that was very shameful, for the cross indicated that this man was a man who was very low. And so, when Simon saw this, he saw a being filled with sin. What shame! Me, carry his cross? No way! But Simon was forced to do it. But as soon as he tasted that Blood, as soon as his flesh felt that Blood: “Oh! Mercy! The Saviour! Love!” That unconditional love entered directly into his flesh and this brought him to love all sinners. And so, we have to do the same thing.

Simon didn’t say, “He's a sinner and I am not.” At that point, he felt like the greatest sinner of all – he was the one who was the sinner. He knew that this man was his Saviour. But we, we aren’t the Saviour; no, we are sinners. Therefore, we must carry the cross of love, we must accept to be what others are in order to present ourselves to God so they can receive graces, so they can receive the strength to move forward, to look at themselves, and to go to that place where we will all go – our three days of darkness before the Light – so that every child of God might see all his choices before sin: everything that his mind, his eyes, his ears, his words, his actions, his feelings have turned him into. This is what we are going to live and it is what they are going to live. And so they need us, because no one will be alone during his purification.

Yes, at this moment, when we say our yes, we are agreeing to live our purification in our brothers and our sisters, with our brothers and our sisters. And when they will live their purification, they will live it in their brothers and their sisters, with their brothers and their sisters. Therefore, if their brothers and their sisters have obtained graces for them, how much happier will they be because we sustained them, because we loved them, because we accepted to be like them until the very end; for we will live this until the very end, until the last person has uttered his choice to Jesus: yes to eternal life or yes to eternal death!

The Lord has just said, “Now it is time to rest, my children.” And so, if you wish, we will take a break. What time is it? It’s just 9 o’clock! If there are some who can stay, later we will have a question and answer period, if you like. How do we do this? Well, you ask a question that pertains to all our brothers and sisters of the whole world, and the Spirit of God answers. Whether it’s God the Son or God the Father, or Mother Mary, or anybody else, it doesn’t matter because we will get an answer. Well, it won't be just anybody, Lord – no, Lord: the Holy Spirit.

And so… thank you.