How I long for the day when my will is exalted—and not vileness…

By Pelianito Journal

March 5, 2018

Psalm 12:7-8 You, O Lord, will protect us; you will guard us from this generation for ever. On every side the wicked prowl, as vileness is exalted among humankind.

“O my beloved! How I long for the day when my will is exalted—and not vileness! Heaven weeps at the affront to my goodness, the rampant evil and unbridled self-will. But heaven also rejoices to see that so many are offering reparation and indeed are willing to suffer and even die for the faith rather than betray their loving Father. I tell you the rejoicing over one small act of reparation offered in the Divine Will far outweighs the magnitude of evil. For one small act done in the Divine Will is infinite and has infinite repercussions. Does this surprise you? Why should I not make available this unimaginable grace when evil seems to have the upper hand? Who is bigger, me working in you, or the enemy of your soul? Enter into my Will and do not leave, my children. The triumph is very near.”

O blessed, beloved Father, give me your hand and put me in the immensity of your Will and keep me there. Use me as you wish to cause great rejoicing in heaven. Make me blind and deaf to my own will so that I may desire only yours. I praise and thank you for the unimaginable grace of living and acting in your holy and adorable Will. Jesus I trust in you. Maranatha!