✞ The confessor uses the authority of the Church to keep Jesus crucified in Luisa and to crucify her with Him so as to prevent the law of divorce.
Happy Feast of the Epiphany! I hope your Christmas was filled with peace and joy. It has been a very long while since I have posted. God is still speaking to me, but His messages are short and personal (like, "Behave, daughter!"). I wanted to let you all know I am still here, and I thank you so very much for your prayers. They have helped me along the way to stay duct-taped and bungee-corded to God.
While at beautiful Adoration this afternoon with my amazing friends, He emphasized that we must take advantage of the availability of the Eucharist as often as possible. It is difficult for me to put it in proper words, but soon, there will be "false masses" or false consecrations. I think many people have heard this in their hearts. In His Mercy, He also said that while the Eucharist will be scarce, He will still make Himself available to us. We just need to pray. He also implores us to pray for His servants - priests, bishops, cardinals, and Pope Francis. The apostasy in the Church is staggering and crushes His Heart. So, pray for them constantly that their hearts do not remain as stone. Many already have one foot in hell, and that is very frightening to me. Their responsibility is so great. Pray, pray, pray.
Pray the Rosary and pray the Hours of the Passion (see Luisa Piccarreta) for this world. Such peace will settle into your hearts. You'll notice the change immediately.
God bless you and yours.