Romans 13:9 The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery; you shall not kill; you shall not steal; you shall not covet,” and whatever other commandment there may be, are summed up in this saying, (namely) “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.”
“My beloved, what does this tell you when you see these commandments being broken as never before? What does it tell you about the love in men’s hearts? I tell you love has grown cold in this generation and the earth is groaning because of it. Now the tipping point has been reached and all will pay the price. Always it has been necessary for the faithful to sustain the world. But now the weight of sin has tipped the balance. Woe to all! Woe to this generation! Sorrow and woe! Where can the Dove land when the earth is flooded with sin? My child, for those who do make room for the Dove to land, graces abound. Your Lord has not abandoned you in this hour. Know that the crucifixion will not be the end. A glorious resurrection awaits. My child, fast and pray. The time is near.”
Sweet Dove, Breath of Love, I empty myself to be filled by you. May all you desire be accomplished in me and in all who welcome and crave your presence. May every gift and grace it pleases you to give me find a welcome home in me through our Blessed Mother’s prayers. Amen.