We are gathered here again, the One Heart group, to celebrate Holy Mass for the Souls in Purgatory, as requested by the Blessed Virgin, Mary Most Pure. We have our usual preparation, gathering in prayer and sorrow for our mistakes and asking for Our Father’s forgiveness. Soon she is with us. Standing in the water, bathed in the light of the eye into which I cannot look. She speaks:
Each of you asks from time to time, why it is not possible for all of you to see me. This is by the will of God, the Father. It is a fact that you are exiled into “time”. Time is the separation between you and the Father. Time is finite. It lives in itself and you in it. God, the Almighty who created time, lives in the infinite. These two worlds meet in the human person only at the moment of birth and at the moment of death.
You have experienced fully the meeting of these dimensions by the will of the Father. The finite world and all it has in it has a cycle and a particular science which cannot blend with the infinite. No man can nor ever will achieve the science which enables this union. Time will continue for the time decreed by God, the Father, the Almighty.
When I am with you and you see me, you have passed into the infinite, for that moment and at the will of the Father. The finite will end with the coming of the Lord, Jesus the Christ, my son, when the Almighty has decreed, but God’s Creation will not end, it will continue in the infinite.
Therefore remember what I say about fearing the coming of the Lord! The Lord does not wish you to fear. Fear does not come from God. Rather live and struggle to live in the presence of the Lord, by glorifying His Most Holy Being and Him only! Accept all the gifts which are there for your benefit, until death. Sacrifices made for the Lord are not painful when accepted.
Remember what I said about the suffering of the innocent! Take notice of it and do not refuse any of the gifts of the Lord, however hard it may be at the moment. Be prepared unto giving your life for there is no greater gift that you can offer the Lord, than that of your life. Such is the sacrifice which is offered daily to the Lord by the priest in the Holy Eucharist. If, offering your life to God you can rejoice in it, you have offered the perfect sacrifice.
Therefore great shall the benefits be for the whole of mankind. It is better to accept than to entreat the Father for another course for, in the end the giving up of your finite life is inevitable. Those who have listened to me know that the transition from the finite to the infinite is not painful and that there is no reason to fear your Father in His plan for your redemption.
She leaves rather suddenly.