“Sometimes, when a child sins, the child is sorry for the sins. And sometimes, when the child, in sorrow, apologizes, it is easy to forgive, but when the child does not say, ‘I am sorry,’ or does not try to show something to make up for the error, it is difficult to smile at this child, no matter what age the child be. Keep this in mind; even The Holy Trinity might have this feeling toward thee.
I am Saint Alphonsus Liguori. I have spoken many times through this child, and in the exhaustion she is, has, and walks in, I say to you on this night, ‘How do you walk: in a glow of Light, or do you make so many errors that the glow of your Soul will not shine?’ Is it not wise to apologize to God tonight for the errors and the delay you may have caused today in regard to Divine Way?
Have you obeyed? Have you had Faith? Have you shown hope? Have you been charitable? Have you prayed? Are you exhausted tonight because of the worthwhile things you accomplished today, that you participated in today, or are you just tired tonight for the physical way? Did sin cause your tiredness? Did work cause your tiredness? Did self-pity cause your tiredness today? If I were you on this night, I would apologize to God, for you see, most of His children do not have the capacity to determine the degree of the sin of his day, the cause of it, the way of it, or depth of it in God’s Way.
‘Behold thy Mother. Mother, behold Thy son.’ What if John had walked away, not caring about the order that was given towards the end of The Son’s Way? He could have walked away. She would have been alone. I say to you on this night, ‘If you have walked away today from a loved one in a special way, or if you have walked away from responsibility, or if you have caused another one pain, I suggest on this night before you lay your head, to apologize; first to God, then to the human being perhaps.’
Oh, My children, All Heaven speaks softly tonight, for you see, you are listening, and Heaven wants each child present here now, not only to listen, but to learn, and in the learning, to follow through to the greatest degree.
I bless you from the Heavens and I say: ‘Do not forget to say you are sorry. Do not forget to apologize, and do not forget to ask God to bless you tonight for the errors you made, for in the errors, you could have delayed another child going to God today.’ So be it.”