Volume Seven: Greetings from Heaven
These messages were recorded by Anne, a lay apostle, in July 2004. They contain messages from numerous saints in heaven, whom God has willed to help us with specific direction in this time. The saints include St. Therese, the Little Flower, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Damien of Molokai, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Thomas Aquinas, and many more. The saints give very practical advice and wisdom on how we are to conduct ourselves during these times and how to deal with the daily struggles of holiness. The saints also give us advanced warning of the difficult times of upheaval we will experience during the time of transition that we have entered. They give us guidance and encourage us to use them to intercede for us. There are a variety of topics covered including duty, unity with heaven, fasting, joy, heaven, death, detachment, dealing with fear, humility, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and much more.
"Jesus, in His merciful goodness, has willed that many saints in heaven will come to the assistance of souls on earth...What our Lord wills at this time is that we, your heavenly brothers and sisters, provide you with specific information and guidelines. Pray for discernment and you will see that there is no other path than the path that leads to heaven and to Jesus Christ." -St. Therese, the Little Flower, July 5, 2004
"Think of your current problems. What does Jesus say about these problems? What is His opinion? What does He want you to do about these struggles or conflicts? If you do not know the answer, you are not doing it right. Spend time in silence with Him, and ask Him. I lived like this. All day long I said, 'Jesus, what would You like me to do?'" -St. Matthew the Apostle, July 16, 2004
"The graces are there, my friends. Heaven needs only a willing spirit who will put herself in silence so that these graces can take root. Do not let these graces be wasted. Sometimes souls take the graces and admire their beauty. They correctly assess the worth of these heavenly gifts. But it is one thing to admire the work of a beautiful blanket or quilt. It is another to wrap yourself in it and allow it to warm you, which is its true function. The true function of these words and their accompanying graces is growth." -St. Gertrude the Great, July 12, 2004
"Do not walk in fear of death because it will cause you to cling to life in such a way that you cannot live freely." -St. Anthony of Padua, July 10, 2004