The human person is infinite, able to exist only by a unique act of God’s will.  The person is formed in the great mystery of the Trinity of persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit and is called to a greatness, which is hidden in God’s will but gladly revealed.

How does each person arrive at their own greatness?  This is the mystery I will explain.  Every person is born into a culture.  If the culture is devout and filled with light, then the person can more easily find their way.  God acts within them from the earliest years and the soul sets out in the greatest light.  If, however, the person is born into a culture of darkness, they do not realize what God is doing within them.  Their inner divine light is covered over and their choices are limited to earth.

This is the great struggle now taking place between the Woman and Satan.  Millions of people live all their lives in darkness, their divine call is lost.  As this darkness has spread, many have abandoned their faith and many more have never received it.  So, I use these locutions to cast an inner light.  They pierce the darkness and offer everyone an opportunity to discover God’s call.

Comment:  The human person is caught in the conflict between light and darkness.


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