An Introduction To The Messages
When God speaks in these messages we do not fail to notice the tone of hope that He is giving us. Yes, He would reprimand us many times, since He is Father, and like any father reprimands his children when they do wrong, so does our Father in Heaven, but He does it with love for He is Love and He created us out of love to return this love to Him.
These messages reveal God's intimate image towards His creatures and what He asks from each one of us is to become intimate with Him too so that we get to know Him. Nevertheless, He reminds us never to forget that He is Holy and asks us to put into practice the "fear of the Lord", too.
These messages are a call to our real foundations and a reminder of His Word and of His existence. As God Himself told Vassula:
"Tell them that this message is not given to them to draw sensation, but to make them realize the urgency of their conversion, the gravity of the condition of their soul, the importance of changing their life and live holy."
In these messages there is a plea from Christ for the churches to unite, especially for the unification of the dates of Easter. There are many references in the messages on the great apostasy that had been foretold by St. Paul in 2Th., ch.2 and of the spirit of rebellion in our times that is so powerful. This spirit of
rebellion now has penetrated like smoke into the church influencing bishops and priests (Catholic) to turn against their own shepherd (the Pope). Christ is calling them back, to remain loyal to the Pope. But the triumph over evil is not far now and the Two Hearts (the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus) will
triumph over this evil.
There is a call for recognizing the presence of Christ in his divinity and in the Eucharist and recognizing Mary as the Mother of God. There are more than 5 thousand references to the Holy Spirit and profound teachings on the action of the Holy Spirit.
Then God reveals prophetic messages on Russia's church, saying that Russia will be the country that will glorify Him more than any other country and that she will be the head (spiritually) of many nations. But what is more striking in these messages is the tenderness of God He shows towards us, revealing His infinite
goodness and mercy. The description given by Christ on God, gives us a good summary of His portrait: "My Father is a King, yet so motherly, a Judge, yet so tender and loving. He is the Alpha and the Omega, yet so meek."
In these messages God is trying to revive in us what is dead. This is why He pours out His Holy Spirit on us to bring us back to Him, to live a true Life in Him. He promises us that soon there will be an outpour of the Holy Spirit on humanity, such as never before in history, that will transfigure the whole earth. This is the hope we are all looking for.
There are many parts of Scriptures from the book of Revelations and the book of the Prophet Daniel that have been unsealed to us by Jesus Christ in these messages.
Why is God so anxious to reveal Himself so powerfully again in our times if it is not so that He saves us? When He says in one message:
"I look at the earth today and wish I never did ... My eyes see what I never wanted to see and my ears hear what I dreaded to ever hear! My heart, as a father, sinks with grief. I fashioned man
to have My image, yet they have degraded themselves and today so many of them have taken the likeness of the beast! (the devil). My heart pains me, for I see to the ends of the earth and what I see is not according to my heart's desires ... your Father rules everything, but not your freedom, and man has perverted his
For this, God our Creator has to intervene once more in our times.
In the Two Hearts,