Dispel the Darkness Within
October 20, 2021
My Dear Children, the darkness that you see all around you can destroy your body, but My Concern is for the darkness within you, for that darkness can destroy your soul forever.
Your Holy Mother and mine, and I call you to repentance often, because it is necessary.
Suppose that I contact you and tell you that Your Holy Mother and I are coming to stay with you for a time, and that we plan to be with you by a certain date. You would start immediately to prepare for our arrival. You would clean the exterior of your home, and would tidy and dust and clean the inside of your home, as well. You would get on hands and knees to find any dust or dirt with an eagle’s eye, to have your home spotless for Your Lord and Lady.
Then suppose I contact you and let you know we are delayed, and are uncertain of our arrival date. Would you sit back and relax, or would you continue to maintain the cleanliness of your home, for as long as we are delayed?
Greater than a visit from your Holy Mother and Me is the desire that the Father, Holy Spirit and I have to come to stay forever in your heart.
Should you not be diligently keeping your heart clean for us? Should you not want always to be free from sin so that your heart remains hospitable to your God?
The darkness of the world desires to distract you from your call to be always prepared for Us to reign in your heart.
Pray continually for guidance to help you rid yourself of any sins, big or small that separate you in any way from the fullness of Our Love for you.
From Mass readings for today:
From Romans 6
“but present yourselves to God as raised from the dead to life
and the parts of your bodies to God as weapons for righteousness.
For sin is not to have any power over you,
since you are not under the law but under grace.”
In Jesus calling us continually to repentance, He is also empowering our angels to guide us, as we listen to them, away from occasions for sin.
He is preparing us faithful servants to serve Him in these times. It is a call to holiness, to be set apart for His purposes.
From Luke 12
“Who, then, is the faithful and prudent steward
whom the master will put in charge of his servants
to distribute the food allowance at the proper time?
Blessed is that servant whom his master on arrival finds doing so.
Truly, I say to you, he will put him
in charge of all his property.”
We are some of the servants the Lord wants to put in charge of things He assigns to us.