Our Lady Queen of the Rosary and of Peace to Edson Glauber on August 5, 2020:
Our Holy Mother came again from heaven in order to convey to us her appeal to all her children throughout the world.
Peace, my beloved children, peace!
My children, I your Mother ask you to listen to my appeals for prayer. The world is wounded by hatred and violence and has allowed itself to be corrupted by Satan through money, power, ambition and selfishness. Return to the Lord with a heart of repentance for all your sins. Renounce the evil and deceptions of this world, in order to be able to merit(1)the love and forgiveness of my Divine Son. Commit to God so that his peace and love would fill your hearts and heal you of so many wounds that have been caused in your souls because of your sins and your disobedience to his Divine Laws.
My children, the devil is preparing great conflicts, not only in a specific region of the earth, but globally, involving many countries. Pray for peace, pray for the conversion of sinners. The world is on the verge of great conflicts and great suffering such as has never happened before. They have built terrible weapons that can eliminate many of my children in seconds. The proud and powerful are looking to eliminate you and your families. Fight against all evil by praying my Rosary, consecrating yourself daily to our three Sacred Hearts, and by fasting, and my husband Joseph and I will plead for all of you before the throne of my Son Jesus.
Convert, convert, convert, because the times of great pain are happening before your eyes and yet many remain incredulous and hard-hearted before God, because they do the will of Satan rather than the Lord’s will, and are not part of the flock of my Son Jesus, because they have been corrupted by the errors and deceptions of the world. Do not be deceived or corrupted. Be of God, fight and defend the truth, and my Son will always be with you, help you and bless you.
I bless you all in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen!
- It might be objected here that God’s love and forgiveness are free gifts that cannot be merited. However, this sentence should be taken as an exhortation to the faithful to sanctification, i.e. living in such a way as to become worthy of that love and forgiveness, just as we pray in the Angelus “that we would be made worthy of the promises of Christ.” The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: “Since the initiative belongs to God in the order of grace, no one can merit the initial grace of forgiveness and justification, at the beginning of conversion. Moved by the Holy Spirit and by charity, we can then merit for ourselves and for others the graces needed for our sanctification, for the increase of grace and charity, and for the attainment of eternal life. Even temporal goods like health and friendship can be merited in accordance with God’s wisdom. These graces and goods are the object of Christian prayer. Prayer attends to the grace we need for meritorious actions. The charity of Christ is the source in us of all our merits before God.” (n. 2010-2-11)