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May 29, 2003
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Theresa of Avila comes. She says: “Praise be to Jesus. I have come to help you understand that each present moment is unique in its graces, crosses and opportunities. Every present moment offers victory over self-love or defeat at the hands of too much self-love. Every present moment is sealed forever – never to return – never to be re-lived – never to offer the same set of opportunities – never to bring the same graces in the same circumstances.”

“Every present moment a soul chooses his own perdition. Every present moment a distraught and misled mother chooses to abort. Every present moment a crime against innocence occurs. Every present moment the Church suffers still greater weakness through loss of a vocation, compromise of some basic tenet of faith or deceitfulness in the challenge of truthful administrative decisions.”

“So you see, when each present moment is sealed, it is sealed forever with the kiss of Holy Love – never to return, but only to be judged according to each one’s response to Holy Love in the passing moment.”

December 27, 2007
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have been watching you watch your Christmas tree and the way the lights play off of the shiny ornaments. Jesus would like you to reflect upon the soul and the ways in which it must reflect the Light of Divine Love in the world. The more faceted the ornaments, the more ways the tree lights can reflect off of them.”

“But so it is with the soul, as well. Divine Love should shine in every aspect of the person’s life. The more the Light of God’s Love reflects from the soul, the closer he is to God, the Eternal Light of Love.”

June 14, 2008
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I would like to speak to you about unity. Impatience always breeds disunity. Patience bears the fruit of unity. No one is always right, just as no one is always wrong. Respect authority that has been set in place by Heaven. Do not be subservient to a dishonest authority. Be united in truth. Let nothing be accomplished under the cover of darkness, but everything in the open,the light. Secretness is not of God, but of the spirit of darkness. Only the pious works of corporal mercy should be between the soul and God,no one else.”

“Love of money, power and control, because they are not from God, breed disunity. Trusting only in self and/or human intellect without any confirmation from Heaven is not of God. All that is good must have its source in good,in Holy Love.”

October 15, 2008
Feast of St. Teresa of Avila
St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“The whole basis of the reform I fought for in the Carmelite Order was to call my sisters back to Holy Love. They had become soft and lapse in this virtue, and so in every virtue. For I tell you this, the more the heart is enfolded in Holy Love, the more eager he is to practice every virtue. Holy Love in the heart makes him see the value of the test of virtue as a way to strengthen virtue, and thus show love for God and neighbor.”

October 15, 2010
Feast of St. Teresa of Avila
St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today, please make the comparison of the spiritual heart – the soul – with a kite soaring high in the sky. The kite can climb as high as the wind allows but it drifts away if it is not tethered by a string held by someone on earth.”

“So it is with the heart and soul of a person. It can climb to great heights spiritually – carried upon the wind of free will in cooperation with the Holy Spirit. But the heart, too, will lose meaningful direction if it is not tethered to God’s Divine Will.”

“You can readily see this is the world today; many leaders lead astray, for they disregard God’s Will and His Commandments – most especially His Commandments of Love.”

July 28, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to give you hope – hope that all you feel inspired to pursue will be realized. Hope is the courage to persevere. Without hope, God’s Will cannot come to fruition the way He most desires it to do so.”

“Hope is like an invisible thread that binds the human free will to the Divine. It is the courage to pursue righteousness and the truth. Hope is the weapon against Satan’s discouragement.”

“Hope is the mother of courage. Without hope, discouragement wins out.”

July 29, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come this morning to tell you that hope is the catalyst of perseverance. It is the glimmer of hope in the heart that spurs the soul on in seemingly irreversible situations.”

“It is hope that seasons prayer with faith. It is hope that founds trust in God’s Eternal Will.”

“When hope is challenged, discouragement moves in. Always remember, discouragement is Satan’s hallmark – confusion the enemy’s signature. Therefore, it behooves the soul to keep hope alive in his heart. In so doing, he will focus on God’s Plan and God’s Divine Will for him.”

July 31, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today, and during these times, it is important that souls keep hope always in their hearts. Hope can be likened to an open door with a warm light pouring through it, inviting the soul to step into it. The barometer of Holy Love in the heart is trust, as you know. The ambiance of trust is hope. The hopeful heart trusts in God’s Perfect Provision in the future. Hope does not embrace fear but is ever vigilant for God’s grace to overcome every difficulty.”

“Hope is gladdened by trust and decorated with joy. Hope is the sister of faith – the child of Holy Love. Hope is the enemy of Satan’s discouragement and the sword which enlightens truth, placing all things in perspective according to God’s Will.”

August 1, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Any virtue to be strong in the heart must be practiced throughout the day no matter the situation the soul finds himself in. To live in the virtues means to live in the truth; otherwise the virtuous life crumbles into hypocrisy.”

“The virtue of hope must not give way to discouragement, for then faith is diminished, as well. God will not default the soul on good faith but always respects the soul’s belief without challenge. This is not to say God respects superstition – but faith and hope in all that upholds righteousness.”

August 3, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today I am here to tell you that hope is the inspiration of perseverance. Without hope, the soul surrenders his positive efforts towards any good. This is why Satan opposes hope to such a degree. The enemy tries to keep the human spirit locked into a negative attitude. This negativity blinds the soul to hope – hope in God’s Grace – hope in God’s Provision. He is even blinded as to God’s Divine Will in every situation, failing to realize that God can bring good from every situation.”

“So today I ask that every day each soul prays for hope. This way he will not be so easily led into discouragement by the enemy of his own salvation.”

“Pray this way:”

“Lord, give me hope in every present moment. Help me to recognize Your Hand in all of life’s situations, for I know You are with me. My hope is in Your Grace and Your Provision. Amen.”

August 4, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I desire that all see the virtue of hope as a warrior virtue, for without hope the soul loses sight of his own salvation. Hope defends trust – trust in God’s Mercy. Hope reinforces perseverance and so, too, fortitude. It is hope that guards faith and love, for hope defends the Word of God.”

“Hope is engaged in constant battle with Satan’s discouragement. Hope is the armor against apostasy and heresy. Hope always defends the Truth.”

August 11, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to help you understand that hope never abides alone in the heart. It has with it the companions of Holy Love, for all virtues are borne of Holy Love – faith, then perseverance, fortitude, forbearance and patience. Of course, all the virtues – besides being borne of Holy Love – are grounded in Holy Humility which is Truth itself.”

“Holy Humility calls the soul to hope for God’s plans to be fulfilled. In truth, then, the soul does not hope for some self-serving agenda inspired by evil. In truth, the soul surrenders his own desires and hopes for the opportunity to be God’s instrument.”

“Satan tries to convolute every virtue with false virtues. These are ‘virtues’ practiced for others to see – ‘virtues’ used towards self-aggrandizement. True virtues lie hidden in the heart. The truly virtuous soul is self-effacing. His hope is to remain little and hidden.”

“Sincere hope does not abide in the heart that does not trust. The soul cannot hope if he does not also trust, and he cannot trust outside of faith and love. So you see, the perfect conjoining of faith, hope and love produce trust.”

August 12, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today I have come to comment on those that concern themselves so much for what the future holds. In doing so, they lose the present moment and many graces, as well. This is a sign of weak hope and little trust in God’s Divine Provision.”

“Further, effort is often wasted in chasing after different ‘visionaries’ and extrapolating their insight as to the future. Every future moment will be different for each soul, just as every present moment is different for each one. Fear is useless; what is needed is trust. The more you speculate, the less you will trust.”

“If you place your hope in God, you will not be misled. If you live according to the Holy Love Messages, your heart will be prepared, and that is your eternal survival.”

“This Mission is in the world during these times and in this location to build up faith, hope and love in the hearts of all. Therefore, be united and do not allow Satan his hour of division as to who to believe. You might be choosing error over truth.”

August 13, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“So, my sister, I have come once again to speak to the world about hope. I must, at this time, explain the difference between concern and worry. Concern in the outcome of a situation means a healthy interest in the unfolding of events in the future. Concern trusts in, and hopes for, God’s Provision.”

“Worry, on the other hand, does not trust but fears. Worry presents many unlikely outcomes to situations and does not lean on God’s grace. Worry robs the soul of the present moment.”

August 21, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to offer encouragement and hope to a world mired down in error and confusion. Every soul contributes to the state of the heart of the world. Therefore, when one soul is helped along their spiritual journey, all are helped – the world is helped.”

“So it is, I come to advise all souls and every soul. When you examine your conscience at night, do not focus only on ways you failed to practice virtue; regard also the ways that you practiced virtue. This gives you hope along the pathway of your spiritual journey – hope that you are improving – that you can be perfected with God’s help.”

“Also, look at the ways the virtuous life was challenged. Understand the portals of attack Satan uses. Study the ways these attacks can be circumvented.”

“Most of all, be hopeful that personal holiness is attainable with God’s help.”

August 26, 2011
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St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today I have come once again to speak about the virtuous life. Consider the analogy of a hand in a glove as it compares to the virtues of faith, hope and love. The index finger would be Holy Love, as it points and leads the way. The next two fingers would be faith and hope. The smallest finger would be Holy Humility, as the humble soul makes himself small. The thumb, which is so vital in the overall operation of the hand, represents the soul’s free will.”

“The glove, which protects the hand, is truth itself. It guards the hand against soil, which in the spiritual life, would be temptations clothed in Satan’s lies. The fabric of the glove, which guards and protects all truth, is Mother Mary’s veil.”

“Perhaps this will help all to understand the spiritual life better.”

October 15, 2011
Feast of St. Teresa of Avila
St. Teresa of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to discuss once again the virtuous life. Hope is the foundation of peace in the present moment for a secure future; but those consecrated to the United Hearts must do more than hope in God’s Mercy – they must trust in God’s Mercy. Hope that is not enveloped in trust is superficial, for it is trust which lends stability to hope.”

“You can hope that something will come to pass but if you do not trust, your hope will falter. Hope and trust are the benchmarks of faith. Faith is always supported in and through Holy Love.”