If I said to you, “Prepare yourselves, for My times are near”,  what would you do? I advise you to pray, to fast — to love! Yes, My dearest children, I will return among you: those who love Me will follow Me; those who do not believe in My coming will be welcomed into the place of Satan.  I have always been clear in My speaking but so many of you really do not want to understand. So many say: “If I don’t see I will not believe!” — yet I have given you so many signs.
Now we have reached the beginning of a new heaven and a new earth.  I, Jesus, have spoken! I have always been good to each of you; I have allowed you to take Me into your hearts. What more must I give you so that you would return to Me? Your Mother has wept and still weeps for you; now enough is enough. Those who are with Me will be saved; those who are not with Me but rather against Me will lose eternal joy, for they deserve the fire of hell.  Little children, I have spoken to you sufficiently clearly; you will not be able to say: “But I did not know.” I have been good to each of you; I invite you to reflect and ask Me for forgiveness: I am here to forgive you. Little children, you who love Me, pray for unbelievers. I will accept your prayers for a little longer.  I want to return to you and to embrace you one by one. I bless you from the height of My cross; I love you and will soon take you with Me.  Jesus, who died and rose again.
|↑1||“My times” most certainly refers to what Scripture and authentic prophetic revelation — in one cohesive Voice — speak of as this general period of Judgment — the “Great Storm” through which we are now passing. It is marked by the “breaking of the seals” of Revelation 6 culminating in the “Warning”, followed by the separation of the weeds from the wheat (ie. “those who do not believe in My coming will be welcomed into the place of Satan”), the reign of Antichrist, chastisement (judgement of the living), and the manifestation of Christ where, by merely His “breath” (2 Thess 2:8), this “beast” and the “false prophet” are cast into Hell (Rev 19:20) and an Era of Peace is inaugurated with the “resurrection” of the Church from her own Passion (cf. CCC n. 677). 19th-century eschatologist Fr. Charles Arminjon writes: “St. Thomas and St. John Chrysostom explain the words quem Dominus Jesus destruet illustratione adventus sui (“whom the Lord Jesus will destroy with the brightness of His coming” [2 Th 2:8]) in the sense that Christ will strike the Antichrist by dazzling him with a brightness that will be like an omen and sign of His Second Coming [at the end of time for the Final Judgment]… The most authoritative view, and the one that appears to be most in harmony with Holy Scripture, is that, after the fall of the Antichrist, the Catholic Church will once again enter upon a period of prosperity and triumph.” (The End of the Present World and the Mysteries of the Future Life, Fr. Charles Arminjon (1824-1885), p. 56-57; Sophia Institute Press). Of course, at the end of time and human history is the Final Judgment when the dead will be raised and Christ will gather into Heaven those who remain alive (cf. 1 Thess 4:16-17; 1 Cor 15:51-55) at which this present world will pass, giving way to an everlasting “new heavens and new earth.” (2 Pet 3:8-10).|
|↑2||“I had another vision of the great tribulation… It seems to me that a concession was demanded from the clergy that could not be granted. I saw many older priests, especially one, who wept bitterly. A few younger ones were also weeping… It was as if people were splitting into two camps.” (Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774–1824); The Life and Revelations of Anne Catherine Emmerich; message from April 12th, 1820)
“The world is rapidly being divided into two camps, the comradeship of anti-Christ and the brotherhood of Christ. The lines between these two are being drawn. How long the battle will be we know not; whether swords will have to be unsheathed we know not; whether blood will have to be shed we know not; whether it will be an armed conflict we know not. But in a conflict between truth and darkness, truth cannot lose.” —Bishop Fulton John Sheen, D.D. (1895-1979)
|↑3||This sentence contains a very compressed vision of the Books of Isaiah, Ezekiel, Revelation 20 and the “thousand years” that follow after Antichrist in light of the exegesis of the Early Church Fathers. Writes St. Justin Martyr: “These are the words of Isaiah concerning the millennium: ‘For there will be a new heaven and a new earth, and the former will not be remembered nor come into their heart, but they will be glad and rejoice in these things, which I create… There shall no more be an infant of days there, nor an old man that shall not fill up his days; for the child shall die a hundred years old… For as the days of the tree of life, so shall be the days of My people, and the works of their hands shall be multiplied. My elect shall not labor in vain, nor bring forth children for a curse; for they shall be a righteous seed blessed by the Lord, and their posterity with them.’” (Dialogue with Trypho, Ch. 81, The Fathers of the Church, Christian Heritage; cf. Is 54:1 and chapters 65-66). It is the existential fruit of the fulfillment of the “Our Father” when His Kingdom shall come and His will be done “on earth as it is in Heaven.” St. John Paul II stated, “Thus is the full action of the original plan of the Creator delineated: a creation in which God and man, man and woman, humanity and nature are in harmony, in dialogue, in communion. This plan, upset by sin, was taken up in a more wondrous way by Christ, Who is carrying it out mysteriously but effectively in the present reality, in the expectation of bringing it to fulfillment…” (General Audience, February 14, 2001). According to St. Irenaeus of Lyons (140–202 A.D.): “It is fitting, therefore, that creation itself, being restored to its primeval condition, should without restraint be under the dominion of the righteous… And it is right that when creation is restored, all the animals should obey and be in subjection to man, and revert to the food originally given by God… that is, the productions of the earth…” (Adversus Haereses, Irenaeus of Lyons, passim Bk. 32, Ch. 1; 33, 4, The Fathers of the Church, CIMA Publishing Co.) See Creation Reborn, The Coming New and Divine Holiness, andRethinking the End Times.The Church Fathers referred to this entire period spanning the symbolic number of a “thousand years” as the “seventh day” or Sabbath Rest.
The above, then, would compromise the temporal “new heavens and earth” before the Final Judgment when the present elements as we know them will pass away and the “eighth” and eternal day will dawn (2 Pet 3:8-10; Rev 21:1-8) “…when His Son will come and destroy the time of the lawless one and judge the godless, and change the sun and the moon and the stars—then He shall indeed rest on the seventh day… after giving rest to all things, I will make the beginning of the eighth day, that is, the beginning of another world.” (Letter of Barnabas (70-79 A.D.), written by a second century Apostolic Father)
Several prophetic revelations in conjunction with Sacred Scripture also indicate that the “beginning” of the “new heavens and new earth” (ie. the Kingdom of the Divine Will) are in proximity with and accompanied by the “Warning” (see The Coming Descent of the Divine Will).
|↑4||cf. recent message to Valeria on hell|
|↑5||ie. likely prayers to mitigate and/or hold off the coming events that will sift the believer from the unbeliever.|
|↑6||In the context of “My Times” (see footnote 1), this likely suggests a word of encouragement that Jesus is “soon” going to be calling home a great number of His People who are not destined to remain on earth for the Era of Peace but who are to be with Him forevermore in eternity. ‘“God will purge the earth with chastisements, and a great part of the current generation will be destroyed”, but [Jesus] also affirms that “chastisements do not approach those individuals who receive the great Gift of Living in the Divine Will”, for God “protects them and the places where they reside”.’ (excerpt from The Gift of Living in the Divine Will in the Writings of Luisa Piccarreta, Rev. Dr. Joseph L. Iannuzzi, S.T.D., Ph.D)|