Will we ignore Him. . .? With His hand outstretched? Let us meditate on it. Are we afraid because of our great misery? Let us remember: He will cover us with His power! With His fortitude! Besides, what will our undertaking consist of as victims? Certainly in nothing new. Our life can continue unchanged. Only in our own interior will there be a radical change. We will let God do with us as He wills. We will surrender ourselves at each moment. We will not bargain with Him about anything. We will give Him our will in such a way that it may come to be united with His divine will. An act of generosity now will bring us later an eternal reward of glory.

He has promised His victims the following: "I shall be all love for My legion of victims." And not only for those who offer themselves as victims, but also He adds: "and for all those who will have assisted and supported and cooperated in their works of unification, according to the desire of My holy Mother and in keeping with the ardent desire of My Heart."

And to exhort us not to delay our generosity, He adds: "Yet for a little while longer I shall be with you as a Victim, but only a short time remains. My beloved daughter! It is necessary to make great efforts. All must prepare themselves and be ready, for the last hour is not far off." Let us consider these last words slowly.

Our Lord charges us with three things. First, to make great efforts. That is, to offer ourselves quickly to His Divine Justice or to seek someone who will offer himself – at least, to begin by doing this – so that grace may work in us the decision of offering ourselves also. Everything done to make these efforts will be to support His works of unification. And this must be done quickly, "before judgment day arrives." Right now, then, is that opportune time. Now is the time to merit and not after that Just Judge gives to each one according to his works. Now. . .when Justice is still manifested in mercy that forgives! And, after making those efforts and offering ourselves with love and confidence to Divine Justice, we must, He says, be prepared! How will we be prepared?

In the opinion of the holy Fathers and Doctors of the Church, those moments of Justice will be terrible! And from the mouth of Jesus Himself, He tells us: "For there shall be then great tribulation, such as hath not been from the beginning of the world until now, neither shall be."

Ah, but the terrible thing about the end of the world will not be the moment of judgment, but before the judgment, precisely, those unfortunate times that must precede it, and we are living in them at present. But, if we offer ourselves now to the service of His Justice, if we offer ourselves as victims, if we seek for Him many souls to offer themselves. . .ah!. . .on that great day we will be surrounded by the souls we were able to rescue through His own merits, those of the Divine Lamb who takes away the sins of the world and that is why, precisely for that reason, on that great and happy day we will experience the joy of His glory! "There will be no judgment for victim souls of Divine Justice who offered themselves for love. Victim souls will be judged with love."

How beautiful, then, not to fear the day of judgment! Let us now love the Divine Justice of God, let us adore it, let us render it veneration and let us propagate its cult throughout the entire world. He has said it: "Daughter, when love is given to My Justice, My Heavenly Father changes His Justice into love!"

Let us understand these words! The Heavenly Father has left to His Son the power of judging us. And, if that Judge is our Savior and wants to save us. . .He asks only that we love Him, to give us salvation: if we have loved Him and suffered with Him and done the will of His Father in everything.

Now then, let us avail ourselves of it in time and prepare ourselves for judgment day, for each day it comes closer and closer. Because now, as He has also said, "Because of My wounds, all of you live in an indulgence of love and pardon that is prolonged with time; but, when this wound is closed, divine Judgment will fall on the world."

What does it mean, that divine Justice will fall on the world? That is, to fall unexpectedly, without the world’s being prepared? If none of us were to be prepared, this would be final judgment. But "blessed are those servants whom the Lord, when he cometh, shall find watching. Amen, I say to you, that he will gird himself and make them sit down to meat and passing will minister unto them." (Lk. 12, 37)

That is why we must make great efforts and be prepared. And, when we realize that other brothers and sisters do not want to pay attention to the repeated divine calls, we must redouble those efforts and apply them to the unprepared brothers and sisters so, because of some, others may be pardoned. And thus the divine plan may be consummated: "that no one may be lost, that all may be saved."

That is why on that day, "the charity of God will be perfected with us," as St. John says, (I Jn 4, 17), if we help Jesus to redeem our brothers, because then the glory of the Son and of the collaborators in His reign will be great.

That is why in these days so many collaborators in the Work of Atonement have arisen: "Daughter, seek for Me victim souls who will offer themselves to My Justice and who will atone for all the sins of the world, and a copious shower of blessings and graces will descend upon souls."

Let us do so, and let us await, with confidence, the day of judgment! So be it!

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We have terminated the reading of these revelations of the divine Heart of Jesus and we pray that our readers, subscribers and friends of our soul will not forget these holy meditations. It is fitting for us to think a great deal of the agonies of Jesus in order to conform our life of sorrows and of afflictions with Him, the Crucified One. Let us console His Heart, so grievously offended and let us offer ourselves each day, each moment, to His love of mercy!

May it be for the glory of God!