ON JUNE 29, 1974


“My children, I am Saint John Vianney.  I have held this child tight, for you see, to face mankind in the Name of The Holy Trinity is a difficult Role, a hazardous one, a burdensome one, and one of great trial and tragedy.

I walked one time in My day, and I taught God’s Way and in many areas I gave hope, but when I would look into the eyes of man, I would sometimes say, ‘Can you not return the hope to me, for I am mere man?’ But the child’s eyes were pleading, not to give strength, but to receive strength.  And so it is again in the time in which you live. This child has been given to the world to extend Strength, give Strength, and the world is pleading for it.

Men are misinterpreting the Words already given and the way already shown.  Men are extending their own interpretation on the way that other men walked.  All the Words spoken were not revealed through the writings of time, but I, Saint John Vianney, come through this child and say, ‘The Wisdom is pouring forth from the Heavens to give Light to man in every way.’

It is once again happening in the world.  The Father speaks, men reject.  The Father gives, men say, ‘No, not for me.’ The Father loves; men say, ‘I cannot love His Way.’ It happened two thousand, man’s years, ago.  So now, in the world, the children must understand, children of all races, all colors, all creeds, that The Father is once again extending to man the beauty of the privilege of way; human, that is.

Men are walking in great distress, great hope.  Men are fearing poverty, but in reality, the true poverty in the world is the poverty of the Soul.  So I, Saint John Vianney, say through a child such as you, ‘Are you poverty-stricken?’ I would say, in many ways, so.

The Gift that each child was given at the moment of conception, whether it be the Gift in a form other than you understand It to be, the Gift of Faith that a Higher Being controls All Things, must be developed by the will of each human being.

I walked with man and I had the privilege of the Sacrament of Penance, to extend to men through the Eyes of God, forgiveness.  But never once did I say to a man, ‘Reparation is not necessary.’ I said it, and I say it again today through a child such as you, ‘A sin must have reparation, for without reparation purity cannot begin.’

Men say, ‘That one will go right to Heaven.’ The Father says: ‘Purification is necessary.  The time, only I will consider and only I will give.’ Children of all ages must understand that for every sin against God made by man, there has to be atonement, the purification stand.

Men are making light of sin.  Men are saying they have great power.  This is not so.  There is no power in the world as God’s is.  The power that man has is the power of his will to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

So as I bless you with the Power of God, with the Priestly Blessing that I once had, that remains Here in the Heavens, I say to you now, ‘In Nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti.  Amen.’ So be it.”

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