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“Mary gave birth to her firstborn, a son”: On the way to Bethlehem (part two)

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Mary gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them. (Luke 2,7)

Mary and Joseph set off on their journey. The Messiah walked with Mary, even though men did not yet know. He walked through and in Mary, settling down in the warmth of her womb. The son of God is the Head of the Church. The journey of the Church in time and in history began with the slow and weary journey of that young girl from Nazareth, who along with her husband Joseph reached Bethlehem, the "house of bread". We, as people of the new covenant, are called to live, to witness and to share with each man the extraordinary and real mystery of the redemptive presence of Christ. Unlike Mary, we are a mixture of holiness and sin, fidelity to the Father and human limit, but despite everything Jesus has entrusted us with an irreplaceable mission. Our progress is tiring, full of difficulties, obstacles, hesitations, fears and second thoughts, but Christ walks along the roads of the world in us and through us. He is the good shepherd who guides us, leads us and supports us, carrying us on His shoulders, because it is not we who carry Jesus, but it is Jesus Christ who leads us.

The Lord wishes to dwell in the depths of our hearts to lead us to Him, to make us live in Him and to transform us into Him. Jesus lets Himself be taken there where our existence unfolds to be shared and given in our "houses of bread", so that He, true bread of eternal salvation, may be broken and eaten. If we as a Church stopped being on the road, we would no longer make sense, we would lose our vital function of meeting men and leading them to the Father.

On May 4, 1925, Jesus told Luisa that the mission of the Divine Will will veil the Most Holy Trinity upon earth. Just as in Heaven there are the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, inseparable from One Another but distinct among Themselves, forming the whole beatitude of Heaven; in the same way, on earth there will be three persons who, because of their missions, will be distinct and inseparable among themselves: the Virgin, with Her Maternity which veils the Paternity of the Celestial Father and encloses His power in order to fulfill Her mission of Mother of the Eternal Word and Co-Redemptrix of mankind; Jesus’ Humanity, for the mission of Redeemer, which enclosed the Divinity, and the Word, without ever separating from the Father and from the Holy Spirit, manifested His celestial wisdom - adding the bond of rendering Himself inseparable from His Mother; and Luisa, for the mission of the Divine Will, as the Holy Spirit will make display of His love, manifesting to her the secrets, the prodigies of the Divine Will, the goods It contains, to make happy those who will give themselves to knowing how much good the Supreme Will contains, to love It and to let It reign in their midst, offering their souls to let It dwell within their hearts, that It may be able to form Its Life in them – adding the bond of inseparability between the children of the Divine Will,  the Mother and the Eternal Word.

These three missions are distinct and inseparable. The first two have prepared the graces, the light, the work, and with unheard-of pains, for the third mission of the Divine Will, to then fuse themselves all in It without leaving their office, so as to find rest, because the Divine Will alone is celestial rest. These missions will not be repeated, because the exuberance of grace, of light, of knowledge is such and so great that all human generations can be filled with them; even more, they will not be able to contain all the good which they contain. These missions are symbolized by the sun; in fact, in creating it, God filled it with so much light and heat, that all human generations have superabundant light. Nor did He consider that, since at the beginning of creation there were only Adam and Eve who would enjoy it, He could place the necessary light for them only, to then increase new light as the generations would grow No, no – God made it full of light, just as it is now, and will be. For the decorum and the honor of God’s power, wisdom and love, His works are always done with the fullness of all the good which they contain; nor are they subject to increasing or decreasing. So God did with the sun: He centralized in it all the light which was to serve up to the last man. But how many goods does the sun not do for the earth? What glory, in its mute light, does it not give to its Creator? We can say that because of the immense goods it does to the earth, in its mute language the sun glorifies God and makes Him known more than all other things together; and this, because it is full in its light, and stable in its course. When God looked at the sun which, with so much light, only Adam and Eve were enjoying, He also looked at all the living; and in seeing that that light was to serve all, His paternal goodness exulted with joy, and He remained glorified in His works.

So God did with the Virgin Mary: He filled Her with so much grace, that She can give graces to all without ever exhausting even one of them. So God did with Jesus’ Humanity: there is no good which It does not possess; It enclosed everything, and the very Divinity, to give It to whomever wants of It. So Jesus did with Luisa: He enclosed in her His Will, and, with It, He enclosed Himself. He enclosed in her His knowledges, His secrets, His light. Jesus filled Luisa’s soul up to the brim; so much so, that what her wrote is nothing other than the outpouring of what her contained of God’s Will. And even though it at that times served Luisa alone, and a few glimmers of light served a few others, Jesus was content because, being light, more than second sun, it will make its way by itself, in order to illuminate the human generations and to bring about the fulfillment of God’s works: that the Divine Will be known and loved, and that It reign as life in the creatures. This was the purpose of Creation – this, its beginning, and this will be the means and the end.

don Marco
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