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Luisa Piccarreta. As I was in my usual state, my always lovable Jesus made me see the reverend father who must occupy himself with the printing of the writings on the adorable Will of God. Book of Heaven. See, I want the title also to correspond to the great work of my Will. I want the creature to comprehend that his place, assigned to him by God, is in my Will, and until he enters into It, he will be without place, without order, without purpose; he will be an intruder in the Creation, with no right at all, and therefore he will go wandering without peace, without inheritance.

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Luisa Piccarreta. As I was in my usual state, my always lovable Jesus made me see the reverend father who must occupy himself with the printing of the writings on the adorable Will of God. Book of Heaven. See, I want the title also to correspond to the great work of my Will. I want the creature to comprehend that his place, assigned to him by God, is in my Will, and until he enters into It, he will be without place, without order, without purpose; he will be an intruder in the Creation, with no right at all, and therefore he will go wandering without peace, without inheritance.

Why do you want to live in a foreign house? Why do you want to occupy a land that is not yours? And because it is not yours, you live unhappy, and you are the servant and the laughing-stock of all created things. All things created by Me, because they remain in their place, are in order and in perfect harmony, with all the fullness of their goods, assigned to them by God.

You alone want to be unhappy — but of a voluntary unhappiness. Therefore, he or she who will offer to make my Will known, will be my spokesperson, and I will entrust to them the secrets of Its Kingdom. Then, after this, He showed the whole Creation — how all created things remain in their place, wanted by God, and therefore in perfect order and in perfect harmony among themselves. And because they remain in their place, the Supreme Will maintains their existence whole, beautiful, fresh and ever new; and order brings communal happiness and universal strength to all.

What enchantment to see the order, the harmony of all Creation! All of them remain at their place, and each created thing fulfills its office perfectly. Man alone is Our dishonor in Our creative work, because by withdrawing from Our Will, he walks upside down, with his head down on the earth and his feet up in the air. What disorder! It is disgusting to see him. By walking with his head upside down, he crawls on the earth, he becomes all upset, he transforms himself. His sight lacks the necessary span to be able to look; he cannot move around in space in order to know things, nor defend himself if his enemy is behind his shoulders; and he cannot go too far, because — poor one — he has to drag himself with his head instead of walking, because the office of walking belongs to the feet, while that of the head is to dominate.

So, doing his own will is the true and perfect tumble of man, and the disorder of the human family. This is why I care so much that my Will be known — so that he may return to his place, no longer dragging himself with his head upside down, but walking on his feet; no longer forming my dishonor and his, but my honor and his. Look, yourself: do creatures not look ugly, in seeing them walk with their heads on the ground? Jesus disappeared, and I remained looking at this ugly scene of the human generations; and from the heart I prayed that His Will may be known.

Only the Supreme Will possesses the nature of true good. My poor mind is always returning to the supreme center of the Eternal Will; and if sometimes I think about something else, Jesus Himself, with a speaking of His, calls my attention to crossing the unending sea of His Most Holy Will. Only when a good never ends and has no beginning and no end, then can it be called true good. When it has its beginning and its end, a good is full of bitternesses, of fear, of anxiety, and also of disillusion.

All this renders good itself unhappy, and many times one passes easily from the good of riches to miseries, from fortune to misfortune, from health to sickness, because all the goods that have a beginning are unstable, fleeting, short-lived, and end up in nothing. It is my Supreme Will that possesses the nature of true good, because It has no beginning and no end, and therefore Its good is always the same, always full, always stable, not subject to any change.

It will go around throughout eternity, it will give itself to all, and at the same time it will remain always full in its effects. To everything that enters into my Will, the creative power of my Will communicates Its own nature and converts it into Its own acts, because It does not tolerate having within Itself acts dissimilar from Its own.

Therefore it can be said that the acts of the creature done in my Will enter the inscrutable ways of God, nor can anyone know all of their innumerable effects. That which has no beginning and no end renders itself incomprehensible to created minds, which have a beginning, because since the power of an act that has no beginning is missing in them, all the divine things and everything that enters my Will render themselves impenetrable and inscrutable.

See then, the great good of operating in my Will — to what high place it raises the creature, how she is given back the nature of good, just as she was delivered from the womb of her Creator. On the other hand, anything that can be done outside of my Will, be it even good, cannot be called true good — first of all, because the divine nourishment and its light are missing, and these acts are dissimilar from my acts, taking away from the soul the likeness of the divine image.

In fact, it is my Will alone that makes her grow in my likeness; once my Will is removed, the best is removed — the greatest value of the human works. Therefore those are works emptied of substance, of life and of value — they are like plants without fruit, food without substance, statues without life, works without retribution, which tire the limbs of the strongest.

Therefore, be attentive, and do not give Me this sorrow of making Me see even one act in you Luisa which does not give of my likeness. After this, He disappeared, but He came back a little later, as though restless because of offenses received. It is the echo of my own prayer, of my sighs and of all my works. Now I want to see what you Luisa wrote about the title to be given to the writings about my Will.

As He was reading, He remained pensive, as though placing Himself in profound contemplation, in such a way that I did not dare to tell Him anything; I could only hear that His Heart was beating very, very strongly, almost wanting to explode. Having done this, He disappeared. Jesus wants that they be entrusted to His care. Jesus pushes the Father who must occupy himself with the printing.

I was feeling oppressed and as though crushed under the weight of a profound humiliation, because I had been told that not only what regards the Will of God must be printed, but also what regards all the other things that my lovable Jesus has told me.

My pain was such as to take away from me even the words, to be able to say something so that they would not do it; nor was I able to pray my beloved Jesus that He would not allow it. Everything was silence, inside and outside of me.

Thinking that what has passed between me and You must be known to others makes me restless, and gives me such pain that I myself cannot explain. Therefore, give me strength—in You I abandon myself, and I give everything to You.

Do you Luisa not want, then, to make any sacrifice so that this Supreme Kingdom may be known and possessed by creatures? I too know that you Luisa suffer very much in seeing that after long years of secrecy between Me and you Luisa , in which I have kept you Luisa hidden with so much jealousy, our secrets are now coming out—you Luisa feel your strong impressions.

But when it is I who want it, you Luisa too must want it; therefore, let us be in agreement and do not worry. I will help you, I will be near you, so that everything may go well and according to My Will. Just as I care that My Will be known, and just as I have dictated the Writings about the Kingdom of the Supreme Fiat with paternal goodness, so will I help with the printing.

I will be in the midst of those who will occupy themselves with it, so that everything may be regulated by Me. Therefore, hurry, hurry. Made with by Graphene Themes. Toggle search form. Toggle navigation Luisa Piccarreta.

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