Edson Glauber – Sins are Causing Divine Justice to Fall

Queen of the Rosary and of Peace to Edson Glauber :

I saw the Virgin as Queen with a golden crown on her head that shone brightly. From her Immaculate Heart rays of love were going out to the globe that she was holding in her hands:
 
Peace be with you!
 
I am the Queen of the World. From my Heart I grant you my flame of love, to inflame your hearts and heal you of every bodily and spiritual illness. Without reparation there is no forgiveness [1]Obviously, the absolution received in the Sacrament of Confession is not rendered null even if the penitent himself or herself does not explicitly undertake acts of reparation (notwithstanding the fact that all the Faithful should, indeed, do reparation for their sins and those of the whole world); instead, so long as there is contrition — even if imperfect — a penitent is always completely forgiven by virtue of a valid Sacramental Confession. But more broadly and significantly, it is only due to the reparative power of the Passion of Christ that sins may be forgiven, therefore it is not incorrect to say that “without reparation there is no forgiveness,” for it is above all Jesus Who has done the reparation for our sins., without forgiveness there is no mercy. Make reparation for your sins and you will find the forgiveness of my Divine Son; always forgive and receive his mercy.
 
I bless you all: in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen! –  July 26, 2020
 
Peace to your heart!
 
My son, tell humanity to return to God. The sins of so many of my children are causing divine justice to come down from heaven in order to punish them severely, because there is no reparation, no repentance or sincere conversion. Change your hearts and the Lord will have mercy on each one of you and your families. Do not be deaf to my maternal voice. Return to the Lord now and His love will surround you, giving you peace and protection against all the evils and dangers of these dark times of apostasy and lack of faith.
 
I bless you: in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen! – July 25, 2020

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1. Obviously, the absolution received in the Sacrament of Confession is not rendered null even if the penitent himself or herself does not explicitly undertake acts of reparation (notwithstanding the fact that all the Faithful should, indeed, do reparation for their sins and those of the whole world); instead, so long as there is contrition — even if imperfect — a penitent is always completely forgiven by virtue of a valid Sacramental Confession. But more broadly and significantly, it is only due to the reparative power of the Passion of Christ that sins may be forgiven, therefore it is not incorrect to say that “without reparation there is no forgiveness,” for it is above all Jesus Who has done the reparation for our sins.
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