Psalm 98:11 Light dawns for the righteous, and joy for the upright in heart.
“Beloved children, it is always darkest before the dawn. Know and believe that I am near, even when all seems lost. Beloved ones, I take it one step further—it is when all seems lost that my glory will be made manifest. Wear your hope like a garment. Keep your eyes on the horizon, as one who waits for the first rays of dawn. It will come and will be the most radiant dawn the world has ever known. The dawn from on high shall break upon you, but this time it will not be veiled.* Let your hearts rejoice, for the day is near. Make ready your hearts. Be receptive to the Spirit for he is hovering once again over the earth. Behold I make all things new. Alleluia!”
O my Jesus thank you for this message of hope. May we be always apostles of hope. Beloved Holy Spirit, grant us your love, so that we will become new creations and servants of the Divine Will. Blessed Mother weave us the garment of hope from the golden threads of your merits, that we might become living banners of hope for the world. Come Holy Spirit! Renew the face of the earth! Amen! Alleluia!
(*Reference to Luke 1:78, the song of Zechariah. The “dawn from on high” is a reference to the Messiah. When Jesus came the first time his glory was veiled. This message tells us that the glory of the Lord will be made manifest when the dawn from on high breaks upon us again.)