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In my prayer during this hour, I saw a vision of the Holy Agonizing Face of Jesus Christ, who calmly said:

“Peace be with you my son. I come to teach you about the balance point of spiritual growth. I choose to teach you this so that you will not enter the field of frustration. Those who will listen and learn will find it easy to attain the highest level

of perfection. They shall possess perfect beauty and enjoy the sweetness of true love. They shall enjoy all these things on earth, and greater enjoyment in the world to come.

Today, I have chosen to remind you of the lessons of my Mother to you at the beginning of this year. I will reform you and redirect you to follow the lessons of Heaven to attain perfection. If you look around your level of emptiness, you will see the roads leading to the field of frustration. I have come to show you a path through which you can grow to enjoy my love and attain perfect beauty.

Come! Let us move to the Garden of Perfect Beauty where you shall meet the balance point. Children unless you balance, you cannot step into the last level of perfection. Even the level of total emptiness will lead you astray. I will use the knowledge of what you know to explain this lesson.Listen, balance level is the resting state of the mind, which gives forth the peace of the soul. Or see it this way: “It is the peace of the soul which gives rest to the mind of the flesh.

Children, to have this rest of the spirit, listen to this admonition: Free yourself from idleness, or laziness. Work hard to earn your living, search for wisdom always and struggle for excellence in your daily duties. Struggle always not to be a burden to anyone. Even as you go out for evangelization, do not be a burden to my flock. Struggle to be free. Oh, happy are the free souls for they enjoy true rest. I created you to be free. Be free and enjoy the true rest.

Children, owe no one anything. Be free-givers rather than receivers. Run away wherever you see bloody money. Oh, struggle to purify your wealth with the holy sweat of your struggle for perfection always. Offer everything as prayer. Watch over your spiritual growth always.Weigh yourself with the weighing scale of true peace. Whenever your spiritual life affects the true peace of the mind or the flesh in union with the peace of the soul, you are spiritually and physically unbalanced. In the same way, whenever your earthly labour affects your spiritual growth, that is, the true rest of the soul, you are physically and spiritually unbalanced.

Know that in this unbalanced state, any effort of yours to grow is leading to the forest of frustration. You can see with your own eyes many children of mine who are in this forest of frustration already. Many of them are mad; many are false prophets; many are false teachers who have opened churches for wealth; the rest are lost in the world of sin.

Come out; come out from the forest of frustration. Your Master is calling you to the Garden of Perfect Beauty. Oh, come to my Holy Garden and see the Golden Peace. My lovers shall meet their Love at this level. Love will make them beautiful. That beauty shall be the mirror of all that is the beautiful. The world will call it the Perfect Beauty.

Oh, how beautiful my queen will shine forth. I will take her and make her my temple. In this temple, I will build my Everlasting Tabernacle. I will live there forever. My glory will always be upon her.

Barnabas, the souls of my lovers aremy queens. They are those who attain Perfect Beauty. I love them. They are my queens. Tomorrow, my Mother will teach you about the childlike trust I am looking for in my lovers.

Remember, that I am the Agonizing Jesus Christwho is searching for my lovers. So, I bless you in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, Amen.” Immediately, the vision passed.


Meditation/ Catholic Catechism:

Parable of the unjust judge and The Pharisee and the Publican St. Luke 18:2-10 Lesson: Perseverance in Prayer. God resists the proud.

(Taken from Through Christ Our Lord, Our Quest for Happiness Book Two)

[2] Saying: There was a judge in a certain city, who feared not God, nor regarded man. ... [3] And there was a certain widow in that city, and she came to him, saying: Avenge me of my adversary. ... [4] And he would not for a long time. But afterwards he said within himself: Although I fear not God, nor regard man, ... [5] Yet because this widow is troublesome to me, I will avenge her, lest continually coming she weary me.

[3] "Avenge": That is, do me justice. It is a Hebraism.

... [6] And the Lord said: Hear what the unjust judge saith. ... [7] And will not God revenge his elect who cry to him day and night: and will he have patience in their regard? ... [8] I say to you, that he will quickly revenge them. But yet the Son of man, when he cometh, shall he find, think you, faith on earth? ... [9] And to some who trusted in themselves as just, and despised others, he spoke also this parable: ... [10] Two men went up into the temple to pray: the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican