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The sign to know whether a state is Will of God. Men do not want Jesus Christ as their Head. The Church will always be Church.


Luisa12/23/00 – Vol. 3

The sign to know whether a state is Will of God.

This morning, after I had almost lost the hope that Blessed Jesus would come, all of a sudden He came and renewed in me the Pains of the Crucifixion; and He told me:  “The time has come, the end is approaching, but the hour is uncertain.”  And I, without paying attention to the meaning of the Words He spoke, remained in doubt about whether I should apply them to my complete crucifixion or to the chastisements.  So I said to Him:  ‘Lord, how I fear that my state may not be Will of God!’  And He:  “The surest sign in order to know whether a state is My Divine Will is when one feels the Strength to sustain that state.”  And I:  ‘If it were Your Will, this change – that You do not come as before – would not happen.’

And He:  “When a person becomes intimate with a family, one no longer uses those formalities, those regards which were used before, when he was a stranger.  So I do.  But nevertheless, this is not a sign that it is not the will of that family to have that person with them, or that they no longer love him as before.  Therefore, be at Peace, let Me do – do not want to rack your brains or trouble the Peace of your heart.  At the appropriate time you will Know My Working.”

2/23/03 – Vol. 4

Men do not want Jesus Christ as their Head. The Church will always be Church.

As I was in my usual state, I found myself near a garden which seemed to be the Church. Near it there seemed to be people plotting an attack against the Church and the Pope, and in their midst there was Our Lord, Crucified, but without a Head. Who can say how painful, how horrifying it was to see His Most Holy Body in that state! I comprehended how men do not want Jesus Christ as their Head, and since the Church represents Him on this earth, they try to destroy what stands in His place.

Then I found myself in another place in which I found other people who were asking me: “What do you say about the Church?” And I, feeling a Light within my mind, said: ‘The Church will always be Church. At the most, She might be washed in Her own blood, but this bath will render Her more Beautiful and Glorious.’ On hearing this, they said: “This is false – let us call our god and let us see what he says.” So a man came out who surpassed everyone in height, with a crown on his head, and he said: “The Church will be destroyed, there will be no more public services – at the most, some hidden ones; and the Madonna will no longer be recognized.” On hearing this, I said: ‘And who are you to dare to say this? Aren’t you perhaps that serpent condemned by God to crawl on the earth? And now you are so daring as to make yourself believed a king, deceiving people? I command you to let yourself be known for what you are.’ While I was saying this, from tall he became very, very short; he assumed the shape of a serpent, and making a flash, he plunged himself down deep. Then I found myself inside myself.

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