In the Light of Divine Mercy

 I will search for the lost and bring back the strays. I will bind up the injured and strengthen the weak, but the sleek and the strong I will destroy. I will shepherd the flock with justice. Ezekiel 34:16

I write in my journal as if the Lord were speaking to me. If the church says what I have written is wrong, the church is correct and I am wrong. Know that as you discern what I write. This particular journal entry was written in the middle of the night.

December 3, 2021 Feast of Saint Francis Xavier

Beloved Lily of the Father,

On the day of the cross the sky turned dark. The curtain of the temple was torn in two when I breathed my last. The earth shook and the rocks split. The centurion saw what was happening and in terror said, “truly this man was God’s Son.” His conscience was illuminated and he, like the others of his time, saw who he was in the light of Divine Mercy on the cross. The Apostles saw who they were in this moment. The one who apostatized killed himself in despair before even seeing the mercy of the cross. An apostacy of despair from being overcome by the darkness of Satan.

So too will it be for the bride. When doctrine is nailed to the tree and the Eucharist is deemed no longer necessary, a path that has already been paved, when those who followed me see what is happening to the bride, many will fall away in the apostacy of despair. Overtaken by darkness.

I tell you look up, do not stay in the dark. The victory is won for those who persevere.

Those who make it to the cross, even those who hide, will be saved. Those who continue to believe and know the bride will be purified as they themselves are purified, they will see resurrection. The cross will illuminate the sky, their hearts will be illuminated, and they will see who they are in the light of Divine Mercy.

So when you see the desolating sacrilege, know that the time is near. For just as the generation of Apostles saw all these things, so too this generation of the bride will see these things. The cross of Divine Mercy in the sky.

Stay awake and be watchful. For I AM the Almighty who reigns. The marriage of the lamb has come and the bride having passed through her purification has made herself ready. She will be clothed in fine linen bright and pure.

The righteous are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb; The place where the Divine Will reigns.

I have called you by name. Woman, do not weep, you have seen the Lord. Blessed are those who endure.

Your Divine Spouse

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I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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7 Responses to In the Light of Divine Mercy

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  2. jmstump28gmailcom says:

    Amen! Come Holy Spirit! May it be soon!

  3. Wow, Such a powerful reinforcement of what we are feeling in the trenches. May it be so…and may our faith stay strong in the One True Church… which at its core is the mercy and love of Jesus. What He sacrificed for each of us and his bride, the Church…we hold in reverence each Holy Communion as though our first and potentially last. God bless you

  4. Geminiano says:

    I have heard the verse from Ezekiel [34:16] many times, but this is the first time I have come across a different version. Moreover, the version posted by you is terrifying: “I will destroy the sleek and the strong sheep”. It is true that Our Lord treats us like a herd of sheep, but He is not a livestock farmer who wants more wool and fat meat. I prefer Ezekiel [34:16] in version
    Douay-Rheims Bible: “… and that which was fat and strong I will preserve: and I will feed them in judgment.”
    or Aramaic Bible in Plain English: “…. and I shall preserve that which is strong, and I shall shepherd them with justice.”
    December 7, Saint Ambrose the Archbishop of Milan, on the see of Saint Barnabas the Apostle

    “The righteous are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb …” – this married couple in the front photo seems familiar to me from somewhere else.

  5. Brea Cannon says:

    Thank you for sharing, my friend. May we all be awake and alert. Let us persevere in Hope.

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