Laura gives us details of the trip to Thailand to those present. All are interested and ask questions. Following this, we read the January message of the Blessed Virgin and begin the Rosary. At a certain point, the Blessed Mother is with us. These are her words:
I come to bring you all the love of Jesus, the Christ, my son, which is the love of God, the Father, the Almighty, visited on all by His Holy Spirit. The love of the Father is in all there is, was and will be. It works equally in your past, present and future for it has no beginning and no end: it is eternal.
Do understand this essential truth that as the love of the Father is eternal and unchanging, so is His nature. His nature is not a matter for your changing understanding. His love never changes. His love leads you to perfect your person and to know the difference between the drive to perfect the nature of man as human civilization proposes, and as man can achieve in the advance of his health both mental and physical, in his progress towards knowledge of things created, and yet recognise the difference between human understanding of the betterment of human nature and the advancement of the human person.
Therefore, call on the love of God, the Father, the Almighty and the example of your Saviour at all times to assist you in avoiding the glorification of the achievements of man, such as in sports, arts and achievements in science, the glorification of the rights of man, the uncontrolled admiration for riches and power and generally the primary admiration of the terrestrial city where Satan is prince as opposed to the yearning for the eternal city, the Kingdom of God, the Father, the Almighty.
Children of God, please know that there is a great difference between the advancements achieved by human civilisation and permitted by God, the Father, the Almighty and the advancement of the human person. The love of the Father sustains you at all times to seek the union of the complete person with eternal goodness. Know therefore that the Father loves you from eternity.
She smiles and leaves.