1. Ron Lee says:

    An Eternal Question and knowledge you should absorb! You will learn an important aspect of Mass and communion, How we will be resurrected and how we go to hell. This short reading needs to be part of your daily goal.
    Ron Lee JMJ Volume 1 – Book of Heaven Luisa Piccarretta
    The Holy Mass and Its Effects. The Bodily Resurrection of the Dead.
    I can now say that while I was listening attentively to the Divine Sacrifice, Jesus made me understand that the Mass, in the depth of the Mystery that unfolds, encompasses all the mysteries of our religion. Yes, the Mass enables us to observe everything; and it silently speaks to the heart of the infinite Love of God with unheard-of developments given for the good of man. It always reviews our completed Redemption and makes us remember each part of the sufferings that Jesus bore for us who are ungrateful for his Love. Thanks to the institution of this permanent Sacrifice, He makes us understand that He, not satisfied with dying just once on the Cross for us, wants to diffuse Himself in his immense Love, and continue his status as Victim in the Holy Eucharist.
    Jesus made me understand that the Mass and the Holy Eucharist are a perennial remembrance of his Death and Resurrection, and that they communicate the antidote for our mortal life. The Mass and Eucharist tell us that our disintegrated bodies, which will decay and be reduced to ashes through death, will be resurrected on the last day, to immortal life. For the good, it will be glorious; but for the wicked, it will end in torment. Those that have not lived with Christ will not resurrect in Him; but the good who have been intimate with Christ during their lifetime, will have a resurrection similar to that of Jesus. He made me understand well that the most consoling thing contained in the Sacrifice of the Mass is Jesus in the Sacrament of his Resurrection. It is superior to any of the other mysteries of our holy religion. This, together with his Passion and Death, is mystically renewed on our altars whenever the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is celebrated. Under the veil of unleavened Sacramental Bread, Jesus actually gives Himself to the communicants so as to be their companion along life’s pilgrimage of mortal existence. By means of his grace that comes from the Bosom of the Holy Trinity, He gives everlasting life to those that participate, with soul and body, in this Sacrament. These mysteries are so profound that only in our immortal life will we fully understand. However, now in the Sacrament, Jesus gives us, in many ways—almost tangibly—a foretaste of what He will give us in Heaven.

    Foremost, the Mass disposes us to meditation on the Life, Passion and Death of Jesus, who has been gloriously resurrected. Christ’s Humanity, through the vicissitudes of life, was accomplished in thirty-three years; whereas in the Mass, mystically, and in a brief period of time, it is all renewed in a state of true annihilation, in which the sacramental species contain Jesus, living and real, up to the time they are consumed. Afterwards, his real presence no longer exists Sacramentally in our hearts. He returns to the bosom of his Divine Father, just as He did when He arose from the dead. Then, consecrated anew in the Mass, under the forms of bread and wine, He descends to assume the Victim state of peace and propitiating love. His “Sacramental state” is renewed for our good as wayfarers, and for the glory and satisfaction of his Eternal Father.
    Thus, in the Sacrament, He reminds us of the resurrection of our own bodies into glory. Just as He resides in the bosom of his Father when He ceases his Sacramental state, so too will we pass to our eternal residence in the bosom of God when we cease to exist in our present life.
    Our bodies will be consumed like the Sacramental forms that seem to exist no longer. Then, on the universal Day of Resurrection, by the miracle of God’s Omnipotence, our bodies will acquire “life”; and joined to our souls, will go to enjoy the eternal beatitude of God.
    Others, to the contrary, will go away from God to suffer atrocious, eternal torments.
    If these marvelous effects flow from the limpid and unobscured Sacrifice of the Mass, why do Christians not accustom themselves to profit from it? For a soul that loves God, can there be anything more consoling and beneficent? In the Sacrament, He nourishes a soul so that it can be worthy of Heaven; and He gives the body the privilege of becoming beatified in the Eternal Will of God.
    It seems to me that on that great day, a supernatural event will occur like the natural event that takes place after we have contemplated the starry heavens—and the sun appears. What happens?
    The sun, in its dazzling light, absorbs the light of the stars and, even though they disappear from the observer’s sight, each star keeps its light, and stays in place. When the sun sets, the stars receive new light and shine in the firmament. Like the stars, the souls that find themselves in front of the Universal Judgment in the Valley of Jehosophat as it was before the arrival of Jesus, will be able to observe other souls. The light acquired and communicated by the Most Holy Sacrifice and Sacrament of Love will be observable to each soul. But when Jesus, the Judge and Eternal Sun of Justice, appears in his great light, He will absorb into Himself, all the blessed souls that shine like stars. He will allow them to exist always, to swim in the immense sea of God’s perfection.
    And what will happen to souls deprived of this Divine Light? If I wanted to answer this question, I could write indefinitely.
    But if the Lord wishes, I shall reserve this for another time and say something else about the object of his Love. He had me understand, simply, that the bodies that are re-united to the souls with resplendent light, will be eternally united with God. On the other hand, other souls, because of the lack of light from not wishing to participate in the Sacrifice and Sacrament of Love, will be thrown into the depths of the thickest darkness; and because of their ingratitude, knowingly committed against so great a Giver, they will be placed in the slavery of Lucifer, the prince of darkness. They will be eternally tormented by terrible and terrifying remorse. Book of Heaven, Vol. 1

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