September 10, 2001
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas comes. He bows to the Blessed Sacrament. Angels help him into a seat next to me. He says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Listen, angel, that which Heaven is teaching here – the Revelation of the Chambers of the United Hearts – is much of what Jesus taught in the Temple. Of course He did not refer to the Immaculate Heart as Holy Love, but still and all, it is the same spiritual journey Jesus attempted to lead the Pharisees on. He did not achieve His goal as they were steeped in spiritual pride.”

“This spiritual pride tells a person he has all the answers. He is satisfied with where he is spiritually. In a word he is sanctimonious. The Message and the fruits it bears may be all around him, and yet he does not see it. Spiritual pride is deadly. It is like trying to reach a destination blindfolded, refusing to be led or to remove the blindfold because the soul presumes he knows his way.”

“Everything about trustful surrender which embraces this Message has to do with free will. If through spiritual pride the soul thinks he is in the right place spiritually, he will not move his will to enter the First Chamber.”

“Believe me, this profound Message carries with it abundant grace to enter the First Chamber. All that is needed is a humble ‘yes'.”