Gathering of Love With God's Action in Moncton, New Brunswick,
Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus
2007-09-23 – Part 1
The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: Within each one of us is a presence that we cannot grasp; that presence is our own before Jesus.
Within each one of us, we are present; within each one of us is the very presence of Jesus.
When we hear that a person receives interior locutions, this sounds like something abnormal to us; but what can be more normal than being in the very presence of our Jesus of love? We’re all in Jesus’ presence; it’s through the power of the Holy Spirit that we hear what he has to say inside us.
When a mother gets up and she goes to see her child, it’s through the power of the Holy Spirit that this occurs, because there was a surge of love and that surge of love is nourished by The Love himself.
Within each one of us, we have that power but we often walk through our life without really knowing the truth of what we are on the inside.
Jesus of love, he comes to speak to each of us openly from outside us.
If today we’re hearing the Will of God the Father, that’s because it’s God who wills it; us, we’re simply yeses; we’re here all together to hear the Will of God.
And so, it was necessary for the Holy Spirit to put that need within us, and through the very presence of Jesus, we responded to those graces.
We’re all united in one goal: the one of going to God the Father; the journey we must travel on earth is a journey of love towards God.
If, on earth, we have accepted to carry out movements that were against us, the Son, he took those movements and he enveloped them in his love to put us back on the right path.
God doesn’t come to force our will; God comes to show us that we always have choices to make at every moment of our life.
When we walk through life and we see a movement before us, every one of us has the freedom to choose if we want that movement. And so, inside us, there's a yes that we must pronounce, but inside us there's also a no that has been part of our life.
When God created Adam and Eve, he didn’t want that no for us; that no appeared before us because our parents wanted to have it before them.
How must we react before that no? Well, Jesus himself came to earth to talk to us about it; he came to show us that the no was against us, he came to speak to us of the consequences of what men had done in their lives.
When he came to speak to us about poverty, when he came to speak to us about tears, when he came to speak to us about violence, these were before us and they were the consequences of our no’s, and this is still part of our lives.
We’re still journeying with the consequences of the no and Jesus never stops telling us: “I, I am the Life; I am coming to bring you your liberation. Look at my cross; my cross is your liberation.”
To live in our cross is to live in our freedom, but we also have the freedom to turn our cross into a cross of suffering without God's graces. And so, we crush our neighbour, we’re incapable of enduring our life, and therefore, we’re incapable of enduring the lives of those we love.
Because we love our children, our grandchildren, we love our husband or our wife, and yet, how hard it is to live in a harmony of love with them! If we’re incapable of living in a harmony of love with them, that’s because we don’t live in harmony with ourselves.
God gave us everything we needed to be happy, but because of our choices, we must always take the initiative: “Am I going to say my yes or my no?”
Over the years, it becomes a burden to us to always stop and think about the yes, about the no, and so we always turn to what is easiest, what doesn’t require too much effort. However, anything that doesn’t require an effort sometimes leads us where we don’t want to go.
Let’s consider a parent whose child asks him for a third ice cream cone… At first, he says, “No, you’ve had enough.” And the child, he raises his voice, and he doesn’t give up: “I still want one.”
Then, the parent tries to reason with him again: “Oh, no, you’re going to get sick.” Then the child start shouting, he wants it, he even threatens. Then the parent says, “Okay, but it will be the last one.”
But the child quickly begins to feel sick. So then, because of his stomach-ache, he cries, he needs to be comforted, and the parent says, “I told you you shouldn’t have eaten it.”
All this is to show us that in our life, we do the same thing; we have choices to make before temptation, but we don’t stop to ask if this is good for us: “Will the love we carry in us be hurt; will the love that shows me how to love myself be hurt?” We don’t ask ourselves this question; we turn to what is easiest.
We were given needs and those needs are part of our daily life, so whatever is part of our life becomes necessary to us: “That’s it, there isn't anything else I want. I want to live my life like everyone else. I want nice clothes, I want my car, I want programs on TV.” And we could go on listing them, we know what they are.
How come we have so many needs in our life? We were made aware of them, and so we don’t ask ourselves questions anymore, we go forward, and this is part of our daily life.
But does all this really bring us happiness? Does this increase our love for ourselves? Does this show us that I'm a child of God who goes to God the Father?
And if we can answer yes, that’s because we have understood the love of God the Father for us, but if we’re incapable of answering, that’s because we haven't understood the love of God the Father for us.
Everything that is around us and that was created for us is love, but if whatever has been before us brings us worries, requires efforts beyond the capabilities of our health, then that’s because this is against us, this will not bring us love in our life.
Inner love is what enables us to understand why we’re here on earth; we all have a life to live on earth and it must be lived in God's movement.
God's movement is a movement that always brings us an answer to what we are.
If we have questions and we’re unable to answer them, then this isn't a source of nourishment for us: it’s something that is inexplicable, and something that remains unknown to us brings fear.
We’re beings of love, we’re children of God; we have been chosen by the Eternal One.
The Eternal One is a Dad of love to us; to us, the Eternal One is a Being who takes care of us and he knows what is good for us, and so he answers our questions.
He places before us what we need for the present so we can live the following second. He takes care of what we are, of the fragile being that we are.
So, God wants to spoon-feed us in order to enable us to understand that he's the Almighty and that we, we’re his children.
We might have grey hair, but we still don’t have God's wisdom; we might have strong muscles, but we still need food; we still need impulses that push us forward in order to go where God wants us to be.
How do we live this in our world? It’s by leaving more room for him.
We wanted to turn our life into a life that was well-calculated, well-organized: “My car is in its place, he's in his place: this is my life.”
You see, we created our own happiness at the cost of our own love, and our love has paid a very high price for this: this came and took everything we are on the inside and we have practically depleted all the treasure God had placed within us.
After two thousand and some odd years after Jesus came on earth, we’re exhausted, we have used up all those graces of mercy to the point of no longer being able to feel them inside us.
We no longer feel the presence of our Jesus of love; we live in our daily life and we despair at every fraction of a second: “Why does it hurt so much when I look at my children? Why am I discouraged when I think of my career? Why am I unable to look at this world without dropping my shoulders, thinking that it would be better to disappear?” That’s because inside us, our love isn't nourished by what we are.
We’re children of God; we must learn to discover that we have everything inside us in order to be happy; we must discover that, yes, there is hope inside us: “Yes, Jesus is here with his mercy and it is inexhaustible; yes, my children use drugs; yes, my children no longer go to mass, but Jesus is here, he's taking care of them.”
Our God is a living God, our God is an infinitely perfect God. If we think like this, that’s because we’re imperfect due to the consequences we’re living in our life.
Let’s stop looking at our neighbour’s consequences. Yes, it’s true that our neighbour lacks faith; he's constantly learning to judge because of what he sees, because of what he listens to; yes, he isn't able to stop before God's beauty.
But all this, if we see it, that’s because we’re living it inside ourselves. By the almightiness of the Holy Spirit, we see and we understand; we understand that we’re living the consequences of what we see and of what we understand.
All this is to show us that we must keep our faith in Jesus, in the cross; the cross is victorious, the cross is luminous; it shows us what we must be.
Yes, we often look at our wooden cross, our cross that crucified Christ, our cross that linked Jesus to us; yes, we taste everything we are because we don’t taste often enough that Blood, which covers our life: our cross.
We must accept that Jesus do everything for us; Jesus wants our sufferings, wants our illnesses, wants our consequences.
He comes to speak in our hearts in order to remind us of what he told us: “I am with you, I come to bring you happiness. Come to me and you will no longer cry. Come to me and I will nourish you with my Flesh and with my Blood. Come to me and you will taste the flavour of Heaven.”
And so, Jesus is in our life and he wants us to be in his Life; he wants us to give him everything, absolutely everything. He wants us to give him our thoughts, our movements, our gazes, our hearing; he wants to take our heart, our heart that is as hard as stone because of what we have accepted in our life.
He's the only one who will transform our heart into a heart of flesh, into a heart of love. A heart of love doesn’t judge, a heart of love always hopes, it lives the faith, it becomes a movement of love for all God's children. It allows the Precious Blood of Jesus to flow within it, it enables us to taste the flavour of The Love, who is in all our brothers and our sisters of the entire world.
When we taste that Blood of love, we taste love. We look at our brothers and our sisters of the entire world and we learn to love them as they are; we look at the love they have within them, we learn to give their sufferings to Jesus.
Yes, even if they say things against the world, even if they say things against others, we learn to give this to Jesus.
We no longer panic when we hear about war; we learn to give this to Jesus, we learn to develop our trust in his almightiness, and he will, with this movement of love, reach their hearts; he will enable them to taste what they are inside themselves.
Time belongs to God the Father, time doesn’t belong to us: love, love our enemies!
Therefore, this is to love God's time, this is to love the Will of God, this is to discover that God didn’t make a mistake when he gave his Son to this world: and so, we learn, we learn to be children who are all the same before him.
Whether we’re here in Canada, or whether we’re in a country where there's domination, power over the people, we give this to God the Father because his power is beyond anything we are able to understand.
If he gave his Son out of love for us, and if he took all the sins of the world and brought them unto eternal death, and if he renders us pure, don’t you think that he's capable of changing the hearts of stone that are part of that domination, part of that power? He has that power.
In the past, by only his Will, he made it rain 40 days and 40 nights, and every power of the elements obeyed him.
We are creations of God; he has all power over us; he has the power of life in his hands and the power of death, because God is the Movement, God is the Will, he's the Life; he's the one who decides if it falls within his love that a certain movement exist or that a certain movement no longer exist before him.
God loves us and God will change hearts.
The more we trust in God, the move we will gather together in the Son of God to form but one thought, to have but one gaze, and then, in the Church, there will be an unshakeable faith.
God will turn us into instruments in his hands so as to reach all hearts. He will pierce hearts of stone with our yeses, and then, graces will enter them: everybody will be in a movement they will not see, but that will be there because we are life in Jesus: we’re not dead! Despite the consequences we’re living in this life, we’re alive, we’re worthy of living love since Jesus has turned his attention to each one of us at this very moment; he's able to do this, isn't that right? It was necessary for us to give a yes.
What does Heaven have to say to us? Why do I believe that someone can hear words inside them, and that the power of the Holy Spirit sends this like a flood that hits me? This is the Life inside us, this is The Love inside us.
We are loved by God, we love ourselves; inside us, there's love for ourselves, and that is what brought us here. We wanted to give ourselves love in order to be able to believe that we belong to God, that we don’t belong to this world.
This world has a domineering spirit, a manipulative spirit; this world has a spirit of power that wants to destroy the life that we are: children of God; but all those who are in this world belong to God.
Any child of God who turns his eyes away from this world to look at the cross, recognizes that God loves him, and he knows that God will not leave him in this world, because in the heart of hearts of children, there's that hope that one day they will live as beings of love – a love that reveals itself within them every day.
For all these movements, it will be necessary that we do one thing: give our yes, our human will.
God the Father created his children while enabling them to know the Divine Will, and when they came to know this movement of love, they were happy, they lived in happiness, but because of temptation, they came to know human will.
The Divine Will respected this choice, but they were made to know: that, from then on, he would work by the sweat of his brow, and that she would suffer at the moment of childbirth.
All this, it is we who have chosen it; it wasn’t God who imposed it on us; and so, God is coming to tell us that he wants us to live in the Divine Will by giving up human will.
What our first parents, Adam and Eve, accepted, we, we must give it to Jesus in order to enter into the Divine Will: that narrow door.
God wants to place upon us a movement of love: he wants us to acknowledge that our flesh belongs to God, that it must be obedient to the Divine Will; God wants it to taste the happiness of always being fulfilled by the Divine Will.
It is difficult for us to understand these words – how is he going to do this? He will do it through graces; slowly, he will show us how to give up what makes us suffer. He wants us to give our sufferings: the cause, choices and consequences.
The cause is anything that makes us fall – sin; the choices are what we do with our human will; the consequences are what we live through our flesh. And so, God wants all this.
He says, “Leave me, leave me your human will. Enable me to know your yes, I will fulfill you. Let me mark you with my movement of love. The cross liberated you. Your soul felt all my love, it always wants to be faithful to God. Your flesh does not know this movement; it suffers because of human will. Teach it to recognize that it belongs to God and that it must be obedient to God.
If you consent to giving up your human will, I shall mark you with my sign of love and your flesh will recognize that it belongs to God, and that it is immortal through God's Will, through God's love.
Allow yourself to live in my movement of love; Adam left this movement of love.
I, Christ, I, the Saviour of the world, am coming to bring you happiness through your flesh. How good it will be for your flesh to recognize that it is obedient to God!”
When God asked his children to be obedient, they looked at the cross, they agreed to let that Blood of love to enter them, and it was at that moment that they loved the Messiah, the Saviour of the world unconditionally.
It was as if the cross had entered their interior to reach their soul: they dove into a great light and they were ready to live as beings of love for Jesus until their death; it was as if the cross had permeated the soul of every Christian, and that movement led them to discover God's Kingdom.
We, we want to discover God's Kingdom with our soul and our flesh because God speaks of immortality.
God says, “I shall take your hearts of stone and change them into hearts of flesh. I shall build a world of love, and the people of this world will know that there is only one God and that he is in their presence; they will all be called ‘the chosen people’, they will be my Father's chosen ones and evil will not be able to reach them.”
So, it’s for us that he comes to speak; he gathers all his children together in order to mark them with the sign of God's children.
At our Baptism, we were marked by a sign of love and this turned us into children who believe in God the Father, our Dad of love, and all this because the Son opened up this movement of love for us.
He's coming again to open up a movement of love for us: the purification of our flesh. He wants to enable us to enter into our flesh with the Purity: Jesus is the Purity, it isn't us.
By giving up our human will, we allow ourselves to dive into the Will of the Son and the Son says to the Father, “Your Will, Father, not my Will.” And so, this is what he wants our flesh to recognize.
He wants our thoughts, what we hear, our words, to be in Christ; that our movements, that all our feelings be in Christ and no longer in our human will. For this to happen, we will have to accept this movement.
There's only Christ who can mark our flesh, no human being can mark our flesh. Adam left the Divine Will, Christ is enabling us to enter into the Divine Will.
Jesus came on earth and Jesus preached, preached to his apostles; they’re no longer fishermen upon the sea, they’re fishers of men, and this opens up a passage to us so we can go to Jesus.
The priest is the Christ-Priest; he renounces what he is, he's Jesus, he's the presence of Jesus among us; and so, when we turn to a priest, well, we’re turning to Jesus!
This is why it will only be the priests, Christ-Priest, who will mark our flesh with this sign of love: the Cross.
All this takes place in a yes, an eternal yes: “Into your hands I commit my spirit.”
When we receive the sign of children of God, we receive it on the forehead to remind us that we belong to God, and that the Spirit of God is in us, and that if we leave all the room to God, he will turn us into children who are happy on earth, for we will have only one movement within us: the one of doing the Father's Will.
So, we will leave all the room to the one who is among us.