Public Message from Our Lady of Emmitsburg
To The World
through Gianna Sullivan
April 3, 2005
The Feast of Divine Mercy
Little children, praised be Jesus!
Little ones, be at peace. Be at peace. God is with you. It is my joy to
be with you. God the Father loved the world so much that He sent His only
Son Who died for you because He loves you. My Son continues to love you;
and when He ascended back to God the Father, you received the Gift of the
Holy Spirit Who remains with you.
Now, during these times of confusion and division, I have asked God the
Father to intervene. Now God the Father in a very special way is with
you. It is a new beginning. This Triumph of my Immaculate Heart is one in
which God the Father dwells within each creature so that each may give Him
praise, glory and honor.
I invite all the youth to join together, to be the lights for others, and
to bring people back to unity and harmony. You are safe, and this is a
special place, the Center of my Immaculate Heart. Holiness dwells here
among the people. My beloved "saints", so many, serve each other. It is a
Rejoice, little ones. Know that even though there may be challenges and
suffering, the suffering that you endure is a purgation so that God can
dwell totally within you and that you may grow to be One with Him in His
Holiness. All those who desire God must be holy as He is Holy. Those who
do not desire God will know the breadth and the depth of "hell". All are
invited, and those of you who have suffered are now the lights to help
those who suffer.
Give and continue to give; and if you fail, be at peace and try
again. Give and give; receive and receive. You receive what you give
because God is among you. As He gives to you and you receive, you must now
give to others so that they may receive and so that they may know Him as He
desires them to know Him.
I love you. I take all your intentions and petitions to the Throne of God
the Father, where my most beloved Pope now rejoices in the Sacred Heart of
my Son. One night in the Sacred Heart of my Son is worth more than a
lifetime of suffering.
Peace. Be at peace.
Reflection on the April 3, 2005 Message
Amidst the many challenges of confusion, division and suffering in the
world, our Blessed Mother asks us to, "Be at peace." We know the Most Holy
Trinity always loves us and is with us. In this critical time in salvation
history, our Lady of Emmitsburg has requested God the Father's special
intervention on behalf of her children!
Suffering is necessary as suffering brings purification that we may be
united with God. If we desire God, Who is Pure and Holy, we must be
purified to become One with Him. Those of us who have suffered are now
named "lights" by our Holy Mother. She commissions us to assist those who
are suffering. We must continue to pray and sacrifice for those who do not
want God, for if these poor ones do not choose God, they will, says our
Blessed Mother, know the breadth and depth of "hell."
Our Lady exhorts us, as her Son did, in the Gospel according to Matthew:
"Freely you have received, freely give." The more we give, the more we
receive, because God is among us. Youth are particularly called and urged
to join together, to be lights for others, and to bring people back to
unity and harmony.
John Paul II greatly suffered; he is now rejoicing in the Sacred Heart of
Jesus. This holy man is our inspiration and our role model. We fervently
call upon his intercession as we continue to pray, pray, pray.
(Fr. John B. Wang)