February 27, 2014
St. Peter

St. Peter says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“It is important to understand at the beginning of this endeavor, my discourse on apostleship, the difference between a disciple and an apostle. A disciple is on the first step of the ladder to apostleship. The disciple has heard of the Messages on Holy Love and of the apparitions. His interest is peaked and he becomes – so to speak – a pupil of Holy Love. Some become false disciples, exploring the Messages merely to find what they judge as error so they can excuse themselves from belief.”

“The apostle, on the other hand, believes in and lives the Messages. Furthermore, he accepts responsibility for evangelizing the Messages and leading others in the way of Holy Love and Truth. This is the call I responded to in my day.”

“These days, the true apostles must oppose false discernment and duplicity of some ‘disciples' and many onlookers. They must be prepared to do battle in any given moment – always with the sword of Truth. They must preach Holy Love, not only by words, but by actions, as well.”

“Everyone who is a disciple should be open to apostleship.”