This book’s title pertains to supernatural messages from the Virgin Mary. Nonetheless, detailed within these pages are, also, divine communications from God and the Holy Spirit. Starting from the next paragraph, the group of these three revelations will be respectively paraphrased. The first summary regards epiphanies from the Virgin Mary, which began to be revealed, in Lakewood, New Jersey, in 2017 (5777 in the Hebrew calendar). The second, encapsulates messages received, in Nice, France, a year prior, from the Holy Spirit and the Queen of Heaven. The third, relates a divine message from God, imparted at an American monastery, in June 2017. While not paraphrased below, this volume, too, contains other crucial revelations, including, in the additional body of writings that appear after All My Grace’s conclusion, a terrifying prophecy about the city of Paris (which, prayerfully, can be averted by repentance).
1. Immutable, God-given, Sexual Natures, in Contrast to Our Mutable Inclinations, Must Be Honored to Prevent Perversion. If So Respected, the Catholic Clergy Could Be Permanently Cleansed of Its Long-Time Sexual Perversions.
This divine revelation focuses on (but is not limited to) sexual abuses both by the Catholic clergy as well as perpetrated on the Catholic clergy themselves by their having adhered to any non-Biblically-based, church rules that may have trampled upon God-given, unchangeable, sexual natures.
He that hath a perverse heart findeth no good.
As the forthcoming tome will explain, the above, divine message, about respecting God-given, sexual predispositions, came after a Jewish rabbi, H. Chaim Gruber, received, in Baltimore, Maryland, a series of epiphanies about Mary’s Immaculate Heart. (For those unaware, the Immaculate Heart is an image, venerated by Catholics, that reflects Mary’s inner character). Only two days after the Rabbi was graced with these epiphanies, news of such, in minute detail, was personally delivered to Rome’s Monsignor John Kennedy. This Monsignor—having been installed, by Pope Francis, to head the Department of Disciple of the Vatican’s Doctrine of the Faith (CDF)—had been charged with cleansing the Catholic clergy of its sexual impropriety. Further, it is the CDF that is responsible for investigating the genuine nature of communications from the Holy Mother.
With that stated, it seems that in all the Catholic Church, this very Monsignor was the best to hear of such revelations; and, some might consider it miraculous that such a fitting and direct channel existed between the Rabbi and the Monsignor. As it happened, before the epiphanies, the two theologians were amidst an email exchange regarding another matter.
Then said the LORD unto me, “Thou hast well seen: for I will hasten my word to perform it.”
What follows is an excerpt from an All My Grace segment titled, “Letter to Monsignor John Kennedy.” These passages are from the Rabbi’s email to the Right Reverend, written shortly after the epiphanies:
Over the past two days, I realized a greater significance of this simple, logical, and commonsensical revelation of Mary’s Immaculate Heart being shown to me, via epiphanies, after having read an email from you: the recently promoted, Head of the Discipline Department of the Doctrine of the Faith—in charge of investigating sexual misconduct among Church clergy. The meaning is that you will not be able to remove sexual sin from the priesthood except by this understanding of the Immaculate Heart! After all, you must know the difference between what is a human being’s immutable sexual nature (from God) and what is sexually mutable. You must know this difference because any clergy policy overriding immutability would lead to perversion because immutability cannot be overridden! (And, surely, that sad circumstance of rules attempting to override unalterable, sexual behavior is what first caused this whole mess in the Church that you have been given the responsibility to clean up!)
Miraculously, YOU are the very first person in the world to whom these epiphanies, revealed to me, are being transmitted! I find this amazing because it may be that, of all the other people on the earth, it is the most crucial that you, in particular, understand this simple meaning of Mary’s Immaculate Heart. After all, if you do not, you will never be able to purify the clergy wholly; and, neither will you be able to lift the great cloud of shame currently looming over the Church.
2. Without Exception, Everyone Must Negate His or Her Ego in Readiness for the Messiah:
For any individual to be prepared for the Messiah’s coming—and the following applies to Jews, Christians, Muslims,* or even, as will be shown, Atheists—the ego must be negated. Consider: the Messiah, King of Kings, comes to judge, that is, to explain right from wrong, to discipline, and to tell everyone what and what not to do.** Therefore, those who are the most self-effacing will be the ones most likely to heed good advice, appreciate constructive criticism, and obey. In contrast, self-centered egotists—who disregard the views of others, and thereby, both are loathe to hear rebuke of themselves and avoid repentance—will resist the Messiah. (Atheists, in the above listing, are included because both the Messiah will arrive despite any lack of belief in his coming and Atheists can recognize that egotists are less likely to modify their chosen courses, even when alterations are clearly in their best interests.)
The wicked . . . hate instruction, and cast [God’s] words behind.
3. Concern Over Mainland China’s Increasing Power, Which May Spread Totalitarianism Worldwide:
With insufficient policy change from this People’s Republic, overly authoritarian aspects of China’s political establishment will gravely threaten humanity in proportion to the expanded might, resources, and influence of such a repressive government.
Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.
2 Corinthians 3:17
* For those unaware, Muslims, too, are waiting for the Messiah (specifically, for Jesus to return).
** Christians believe that the Messiah comes to judge (although, and of course, his coming, for Christians, is a return). However, some Christians may not recognize that an elementary aspect of this absolute-dominion, “King-of-Kings-and-Lord-of-Lords” judging (Rev. 19:16) is the Messiah’s giving of positive and negative directives. In contrast, Jewish theology already promulgates that the Messiah, who rids evil from the world, is to tell everyone what and what not to do. In fact, the Messiah, who patriarchally comes in the name of the “Father” and is to rule with an “iron rod” (Rev. 12:5 and 19:15), would not be able to remove all evil without simultaneously being the most-benevolent-of-all dictators.
To understand more of this judgment, the world, now, exists in a morally relative state where the difference between good and bad has been sufficiently lost; and, without knowing this crucial distinction, no one can be truly judged because everyone can claim ignorance to a degree (in God’s merciful eyes, ignorance of the law may be considered a reasonable excuse).
In 1 Corinthians 13:12, Saint Paul writes:
For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then [at the time of the Second Coming] face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.
Therefore, if, before the Second Coming, even the greatest saints exist with a lack of full understanding, could the Almighty equitably judge when the rules have not been adequately explained?
Since true judgment is impossible without an exposition on absolute morality, when finally comes the Messiah, “whom God appointed as judge of the living and the dead” (Acts 10:42), he first reveals right from wrong unambiguously. Of course, as the Messiah follows God’s Word, this distinction is defined Biblically. Namely, the difference between good and bad is the same as that as between life and death (and not, for instance, as that as between more or less financially profitable). What promotes life is good (e.g., peace, charity, healthful living, needed medical care, true love, and so forth), death, bad (e.g., unjustifiable war, murder, corruption, environmental pollution, unsafe living, etc.).
I [God] have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil.
Based on this clear moral division, those living and those dead will be judged by the Messiah: those who are and have been promoting life will be esteemed, while those, promoting death, vilified. So, while many Christians may think that Jesus simply comes and judges all by telling them whether they were good or bad, such a stage happens after (or concomitant with) the illumination of good-versus-bad doings and things. Then, regarding those who are living, whoever can immediately abide by such Messianic, life-is-good guidelines will be the ones prepared for Jesus: they will have, as described in Matthew 25, their metaphorical “oil.”
Those to be saved by the Messiah must obey the Messiah! Hence, as sheep are obedient and relatively easy to shepherd, while goats are not, Matthew 25 metaphorically refers to those who will follow the Messiah as “sheep.” In contrast, those who disobey are called “goats”:
[The Messiah] on his glorious throne . . . will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. He will put the sheep on his right and the goats on his left.