If Moses was able to save thousands by forming a bridge in a certain time and place, how much more good can you accomplish by circumventing time and space through the gift of living in the Divine Will?

Psalm 106:21-23 They forgot God, their Saviour, who had done great things in Egypt, wondrous works in the land of Ham, and awesome deeds by the Red Sea. Therefore he said he would destroy them—had not Moses, his chosen one, stood in the breach before him, to turn away his wrath from destroying them.

“My beloved, do you see how I use my chosen ones? Their life may not be easy but the fruits of their faithfulness are beyond measure. My servant Moses, beloved and cherished by me, was given the power to turn back my wrath. This, my child, is no small thing. It speaks to my mercy, which does not want the sinner to perish, but to turn back to me and live. My faithful servant Moses worked mighty and wondrous deeds by his willingness to work in my power for my glory. His love for me and for his brothers and sisters formed a bridge that saved many. Now, my child, I want you to think about life in the Divine Will. I tell you it infinitely surpasses what I accomplished in and through Moses. This grace was reserved for your era and is meant to affect every era. As the Divine Will is infinite, existing in all times and places, then acts done in it defy time and space. It is a gift beyond human reckoning and far beyond the human imagination. Do not let this stop you from desiring this gift, from learning what you can, and from living in it and growing in it daily. If Moses was able to save thousands by forming a bridge in a certain time and place, how much more good can you accomplish by circumventing time and space through the gift of living in the Divine Will? Jettison all that impedes you! There is nothing more important and a great many souls are at stake. Pray, live, work, and act in my Will. Let us never be separated. Time is short—so short!”

Fiat, my holy and adorable God! Let it be done to me as you desire. In the Divine Will I offer all my prayers, sacrifices, sufferings, acts, works, words, breaths, heartbeats—my everything—in the Divine Will, and repeat this in the name of everyone from Adam to the last man, for the conversion of a great many sinners through the Flame of Love, and for the coming of the Kingdom of the Divine Will. Maranatha! Come Holy Spirit to reign in every heart! Amen.

Friends, some time ago, a prayer came to me as I strove to find new ways to offer my sufferings and all sufferings of all time in the Divine Will in reparation to the much-wounded heart of the Trinity. I have been praying it daily, but recently it has evolved into something more. So I have re-written it as follows and include it here, as it seems to fit with today’s message.

“Blessed Trinity of love, in the Divine Will, through the Flame of Love, I offer you every shard of suffering ever endured from the time of the fall of Adam and Eve to the last man. I offer you these shards re-done perfectly in the Divine will, linked to the Precious Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ in every chalice at every Mass ever offered and that ever will be offered. I offer this spiritual bouquet on behalf of everyone from Adam to the last man, so that in every shard of suffering of all time, you can find the perfect sacrifice of Christ offering perfect reparation for the sins of the age and of all ages. I make this offering for the conversion of all souls, and for all the intentions of the sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, that you may be loved, thanked, adored, praised, and consoled in every age by every person, with your own Adorable Will, for your glory. May your Kingdom come and come quickly! Fiat!”

We know that in God there are no limits and the more I immerse myself in the Divine Will teachings, the closer I come to glimpsing what it means that our God is infinite. No limits means NO limits! In this prayer, I imagine all the lines that connect every shard of suffering to every chalice at every Mass, including the Last Supper, as constituting a great “worldwide web” so thick and dense in time and space as to cover everything many times over, as every person in every time makes this same offering in the Divine Will.

I still don’t feel this prayer is complete and perhaps it never can be. However, I believe the Lord wishes me to share it today. May God’s holy will be accomplished in it. Blessed be God forever! Fiat!



Eternal rest grant unto him…

Dear friends, it is with a great sense of loss that I request your prayers for the repose of the soul of Anthony (Tony) Mullen, who died suddenly on Saturday. Tony was the author of the Divine Antidote blog and promoter of the Flame of Love devotion, the Divine Will teachings of Luisa Piccarreta, and the Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary.

Here is an excerpt from his obituary:

Tony’s other passion was helping people grow closer to the Lord through the Blessed Mother. In 1997 he founded the Children of the Father Foundation that combined corporal works of mercy with helping Catholics reconnect with their faith. He also was appointed the United States National Coordinator for the International Movement of the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. He has authored several religious books and videos, wrote articles for the Catholic Standard & Times and also appeared several times on the Catholic cable channel EWTN. He spent much of his time recently traveling throughout the country spreading the message of The Flame of Love.

I can’t help but remember feeling the same sense of loss when Fr. Robert Young died just a few months ago. Both men were such willing instruments in the Divine hand. What can we do in such cases but ponder the unfathomable will of God and offer our Fiat! as they did? We trust that their mission for our edification is changed, not ended, so we ask for their prayers, that we may be faithful and attentive to our own calling for the glory of God and to hasten the coming of the Kingdom of the Divine Will.

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Holy Mary, Mother of God, spread the effect of grace of Thy Flame of Love over all of humanity, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.


How I long for the day when my will is exalted—and not vileness…

Psalm 12:7-8 You, O Lord, will protect us; you will guard us from this generation for ever. On every side the wicked prowl, as vileness is exalted among humankind.

“O my beloved! How I long for the day when my will is exalted—and not vileness! Heaven weeps at the affront to my goodness, the rampant evil and unbridled self-will. But heaven also rejoices to see that so many are offering reparation and indeed are willing to suffer and even die for the faith rather than betray their loving Father. I tell you the rejoicing over one small act of reparation offered in the Divine Will far outweighs the magnitude of evil. For one small act done in the Divine Will is infinite and has infinite repercussions. Does this surprise you? Why should I not make available this unimaginable grace when evil seems to have the upper hand? Who is bigger, me working in you, or the enemy of your soul? Enter into my Will and do not leave, my children. The triumph is very near.”

O blessed, beloved Father, give me your hand and put me in the immensity of your Will and keep me there. Use me as you wish to cause great rejoicing in heaven. Make me blind and deaf to my own will so that I may desire only yours. I praise and thank you for the unimaginable grace of living and acting in your holy and adorable Will. Jesus I trust in you. Maranatha!


Look at me and gain strength…

Psalm 22:11 Do not be far from me, for trouble is near and there is no one left to help.

“My beloved, do not take your gaze off me. Look at me and gain strength. All are being tested and tried. Those who keep their eyes fixed on me will be held up, supported, strengthened. Do you think that when I send trials, that I abandon my little ones who trust in me? On the contrary! Those little ones who cry to me in their agony I will press to my heart. Be at peace, no matter the trial, my children. I am near to you at all times. Offer me your Fiat and be at peace.”

Fiat, my Lord! Give me strength in every trial. In the Divine Will I offer all to you in reparation for all the great and many sins of the age and of all ages. I re-do all suffering of all time in the Divine Will in reparation to your much-wounded heart. May your kingdom come and your will be done and adored in all times and places, forever and forever. Amen.


A time for prayer…

Dear friends, at this time I feel called to encourage you in prayer and to share with you some of the prayers I pray myself which I have now added to my Prayers and Novenas page. I will let the prayers speak to your hearts as God wills.

First is the Prayer of a Little, Abandoned Soul in the Divine Will, which I have been praying for myself and my loved ones, but since it has borne fruit, I have changed it to include all souls from Adam to the last man. I feel Our Lady is pleased that I have done so. May it grant you also many blessings.

Next is the Prayer to Re-Capture What Was Lost, a prayer I composed after reading this article from Spirit Daily. Prayers of this sort are most effective if one receives the sacraments of reconciliation and communion regularly. And of course, the Lenten fasting period gives prayers of deliverance even more power.

The third prayer new to the collection is my Divine Will Prayer After Communion. Of course there are a great many prayers for that time of grace, and the intimate prayer of the heart is always pleasing to our Lord. Here is one way you can add Divine Will prayers to your prayer.

One prayer which I added to my Prayers and Novenas page in 2016 is the Way of the Cross for Greater Trust, which includes excerpts from this blog. There is also a large print version, as well as a printable brochure–minus the excerpts–if you want to print and use it in your parish, with the permission of your priest of course. Most appropriate for Lent!

If you wish to refresh your desire for prayer, I encourage you to read these past messages, or to do a category search, in the search field of this blog, on the subject of prayer.

If I showed you what the world would look like without your prayers, you would be appalled…

Give me your pennies and I will open the storehouse of heavenly goods!

Those who have spurned and rejected me have need of many prayers and offerings…

By God’s grace, may our prayers and sacrifices during this holy season bear fruit in the Divine Will for all eternity. May His kingdom come and come quickly! Amen.

I long to heal the leprosy of sin that has filled the world with death and decay…

Mark 1:40-42 A leper came to (Jesus) begging him, and kneeling he said to him, ‘If you choose, you can make me clean.’ Moved with pity, Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him, and said to him, ‘I do choose. Be made clean!’ Immediately the leprosy left him, and he was made clean.

“Dear children, let this Scripture passage be your focus this Lent. Do you know how ardently I long to cleanse and heal you? Then come to me on your knees and ask with faith and trust. I will not refuse. But more than that, I long to heal the leprosy of sin that has filled the world with death and decay. The stench permeates everything and only the fervent incense that rises from those few faithful keeps me from annihilating my beloved creation. So offer this leper’s prayer most fervently in the Divine Will on behalf of all—even the worst sinners. The bandages are being removed; the festering wounds are being exposed. Children, pour the balm of the Divine Will over the world. Let our desires merge and fuse. Let my longing be your longing, and let your prayers perfectly reflect the Divine Will. Conversion is what I desire, not condemnation. You, my children, are being called anew to participate in the salvation of souls. Enter into the Divine Will and pray!”

O Blessed Trinity of Love, fusing myself in the Divine Will I praise you for your words of love, mercy and great hope! I fall on my knees and repeat the leper’s prayer: Lord Jesus, if you choose you can make me and the whole world clean! I trust in your merciful response, and await with joyful hope the renewal of creation and the coming of the kingdom of the Divine Will. I love you and I thank you with your own Divine Will, for the unimaginable gift of being called to live and act with you in your most holy Will for the salvation of souls. Keep me faithful and attentive, that your kingdom may come and come quickly. Amen.

Look to the horizon; the dawn will surely come…

Isaiah 16:4b-5 When the oppressor is no more, and destruction has ceased, and marauders have vanished from the land, then a throne shall be established in steadfast love in the tent of David, and on it shall sit in faithfulness a ruler who seeks justice and is swift to do what is right.

Maranatha! Come Lord, and do not delay!

“My child, there is still much more to endure before that glorious day. Do not become despondent or lose hope but read the signs of the times. Look to the horizon; the dawn will surely come. If I seem to delay, do not despair, but know and believe in the unfathomable goodness and mercy of your God. No child who entrusts their cares to me will be disappointed. Do your part with prayer and sacrifice. Offer all in the Divine Will and you will be amazed at what I can do with your pitiful offerings. Do not be discouraged, but soldier on in hope and trust. I am with you always—to the end of the age.”

Fiat my Lord! May it be done to me and through me according to and in the Divine Will. I place everything in your will—all that I have, do, think, and am—and redo all in the Divine Will so that your kingdom may come and come quickly. Save souls, O merciful Lord! I love you! Amen.


Much reparation must be made to the much-wounded heart of the Triune God…

Nehemiah 9:1-2 Now on the twenty-fourth day of this month the people of Israel were assembled with fasting and in sackcloth, and with dust on their heads. Then those of Israelite descent separated themselves from all foreigners, and stood and confessed their sins and the iniquities of their ancestors.

“My beloved, much reparation must be made to the much-wounded heart of the Triune God. I am calling anyone who will listen to take up the banner of penance, in order to atone for the great and many sins of the age—indeed of all ages. The gift of living in the Divine Will makes possible unheard-of graces for this purpose. The angels are amazed and the Gloriana* sings my praises continually over it. Do not let the ordinariness of its appearance cause you to discount it. You pray in the Divine Will and you feel nothing special, but I tell you, heaven and hell are shaken and the demons quake. Do not be discouraged. Pray more. Learn more. Be attentive, and live your every moment in the Divine Will to offer reparation. You will be hastening the coming of my glorious kingdom. Why the delay? There is nothing more important. Pray!”

O my merciful Lord, forgive my distraction! In the Divine Will, through the Flame of Love, in the name of everyone from Adam to the last man, I re-do all my distractions to make my every living moment, the joys, sorrow, pains, thoughts words, and deeds become acts done in the Divine Will for the sake of reparation to the Holy Trinity and for the hastening of the coming of the Kingdom of the Divine Will. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, blessed Trinity of love, may your kingdom come, and your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Come quickly! Amen.

(*Gloriana: The angels and saints in perfect communion with the Blessed Trinity; the perfect unity of heaven.)

Little child that you are, you needed someone you could reach easily…

Luke 1:46-49 And Mary said, ‘My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour, for he has looked with favour on the lowliness of his servant. Surely, from now on all generations will call me blessed; for the Mighty One has done great things for me, and holy is his name.

O my Jesus, why is my heart filled with such love when I contemplate our most holy Mother, yet when I contemplate you I feel the distance, as if you cannot be reached by a sinner like me?

“My child, I have given you my Mother for just this reason. Little child that you are, you needed someone you could reach easily, someone who had direct access to me and could act as a ladder. Yet she is more than a ladder, she is an escalator, a rocket, a shooting star that carries your love straight to my heart. Never feel guilty about your love for my Mother. It never stops there, for she emptied herself so totally as to be perfectly filled by me. She is your access to me, your surest, quickest point of entry to my heart. I can refuse her nothing. Give her all the love you can and watch it bear fruit. For my part it gives me untold joy when you do this.”

O Mama, Queen of the Divine Will, magnify my love for you! Increase it in your Flame of Love. I offer my pitiful love to you, redone in the Divine Will, on behalf of everyone from Adam to the last man. Gather these little flowers and use them to give untold joy to Jesus. O Mama, I love you!


Do not question the Divine plan, but rejoice in it…

Romans 9:22-23 What if God, desiring to show his wrath and to make known his power, has endured with much patience the objects of wrath that are made for destruction; and what if he has done so in order to make known the riches of his glory for the objects of mercy, which he has prepared beforehand for glory.

“Beloved, do not despair, but trust in my mercy. Do not question the Divine plan, but rejoice in it. Depend on it when all seems lost. Take care that you do not unwittingly fight for the wrong side. Be therefore humble, trusting, contrite, willing, abandoned, and joyful. If you could see my glory—even for the briefest instant—your fears would instantly evaporate, never to return. Trust in me. I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

O my Jesus, love, love, glory and love! Help me to love you more, to trust you implicitly, to rejoice in the mysterious Divine plan that is infinitely more glorious than I can imagine. Jesus I trust in you—save souls! Maranatha! May your kingdom come and come quickly! Amen.

This dream from April 2, 2007 came to me today and I think fits in well with this message of hope and trust in God’s plan:

I was looking at a house. It was a big house, but the owner lived only in one room.  The furnishings were very shabby.  I left the room he was living in and was taken on a tour of the house by a mouse.  There were two cats running around – one white, one gray.  At one point, one of the cats came up to the mouse and stroked its back, but almost against its own will.  The house had space for many people, but there was no one to fill it.  It seemed to be waiting.  I asked the Lord what this dream might mean and this is what came to me:  The house is God’s house, the Church.  There is room for a great many people in it but so far only one room is occupied.  The furnishings are shabby because people are giving to God only what they have left-over, almost like the left-overs from a garage sale, the things no one wanted to buy.  About the mouse, I felt the Lord telling me that the house belongs to the humble and lowly who will be served by their enemies, represented by the cats.  There was a sense of expectation – that the house would one day be filled.