“For God who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” has shone in our hearts to bring to light the knowledge of the glory of God on the face of [Jesus] Christ.” 2 Corinthians 4:6
In my prayer of late, I feel God speaking to me about living in the Divine Will. I wrote this in my journal**;
The time has come for purification. Wickedness will be purged. The broken hearts of the faithful will be repaired with the thorns of suffering. Purity and Love will be restored like a fragrant rose and each human heart that desires to receive will be aflame in the Divine Will. 3 hearts beating together. A trinity of love. Sacred. Immaculate. Beloved.
Then the image above appeared to me in my prayer. I am sorry I cannot draw better because it absolutely does not do justice to what I saw. In reflection upon the image, here is what I wrote down;
The bottom heart combines both the thorns of the Sacred Heart and the Roses of the Immaculate Heart. The thorns go vertically to symbolize the broken heart of each human being, but sown together by the thorns of suffering just like Christ. Christ’s thorns are horizontal because it matches His outstretched arms of love for us, that He took all of this on without sin. He is God. The Roses blooming from the Heart of the Beloved represent the repair made by Jesus through Mary who was the human example of unity with Divine Will and the example teaching us as Humans how to live in the Divine Will. And though Jesus is fully human and fully God and sinless, and Mary is a sinless human, and we are not sinless, we can be restored to purity and love again. One rose is white representing purity and one is red representing love.
I do have a friend who is a graphic artist. Hopefully he can capture better what I saw.
In the coming days I will be posting more about the Intercessors of the Divine Will.
** Author’s note
I write what pops in my head as letters from God. I wrote this as a reflection of what I thought God was saying to me.I was taught to journal this way by my Spiritual Director. He said as long as it doesn’t stray from Scripture and the magisterium of the Church, I can write what pops in my head while I am praying.
From time to time I share some of my entries on my blog.