These are the words of the Blessed Mother on this day:
Children of God the Father the Almighty, it is time that you think on God the Almighty Father correctly. Too many are they who apply personal opinion to describe God as well as his actions.
I have told you that you should concern yourself with the obedience of God's law as it applies to human behaviour. It is impossible to describe God from limited human understanding.
Therefore do not say, “God would, nor God would not, nor He forgives, nor He does not forgive, nor God has granted, nor God has not granted, nor God condemns, nor God does not condemn, nor I can approach Him at my ease, nor God forgives all sinners because the sacrifice offered by His Son has redeemed all of humanity forever, nor God has received this one or another soul in His kingdom if they be mother or child or father or ancestor or member of the family.”
Do not describe God from your own understanding and principally do not ascribe to Him actions which are of human behaviour.
If you think of God, do so with great awe of His majesty and His glory and His unlimited power. When you think of God do not allow your desire to know God to surpass your adoration of Him who is the Creator and the Maintainer of all creation in the unlimited and ever renewing universe.
When you think of God do so in gratitude that He has created you to His image and, before you allow your mind to take flight from this premise, look on the face of beauty and ugliness equally and desist from going further.
When you think of God do not do it lightly. Prostrate your soul in prayer and gratitude and then give glory to God the Father the Almighty.
Before you begin to think of God prepare yourselves to do it in the way Jesus taught you. Jesus said, “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us, and do not lead us into temptation but deliver us from evil. Amen.” Jesus did not teach you to approach God as you dare to too often.
She smiles and leaves.