August 25, 2003
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas comes and bows towards the tabernacle. Then he bows towards me. I asked him why he did that. He says: “I am honoring Jesus who abides in your heart. Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to tell you that God's Divine Will is comprised of two attributes – Divine Love and Divine Mercy. These two interact to bring every grace into the world through the hands of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Nothing outlasts or surpasses Divine Love and Divine Mercy, for nothing exists or occurs outside of God's Ordaining and Permitting Will. All things turn to some good in God's Eternal Plan and through His Love and Mercy. (Romans Ch. 8)

“In God's Will all events knit together for the salvation of souls.”

“God's Will is like a painting – a masterpiece. The paint and the brush are His Love and Mercy that the Eternal Father uses to accomplish His Will.”

“Make this known.”