Gisella – The Time of Purification is Upon You

Our Lady to Gisella Cardia on August 3, 2022:

Dear blessed children, thank you for being here and for having answered my call in your hearts. Children, rejoice, because the coming of Jesus is near. Open your hearts: I am here to touch the earth to bring love into your lives and prepare you for the most beautiful day, [when you will] see my Jesus coming on a cloud from heaven. Believe in Christ Jesus, the sole deep love and Redeemer. Beloved children, be ready and I will put you in the front row to enjoy the marvelous [event]. My children, love and praise Jesus your Savior, who will come to give you the earth cleansed of evil and to give you an earth where everything will be new. [1]cf. A New Era, a New Earth; Popes and Fathers on the Era of PeaceCreation Reborn Now I bless you in the name of the Most Holy Trinity. Amen. Today many graces will descend upon you. Testify!!!
 

Prayer circle in Rimini (Italy), August 9, 2022:

My children, thank you for having answered my call in your hearts. My children, humanity is in the balance; please, children, return to God and His laws — He is merciful and if you ask for forgiveness, He will grant it. My children, wars will begin, they will end, but then continue; pray, for you have no more time, let your speech be “yes, yes; no, no”. I keep coming to you to instruct you and yet you often turn away. My children, believe my words so that you would be prepared; your path will be rather arduous and impassable, but whoever has the Holy Rosary as an anchor will be saved. [2]The statement “whoever has the Holy Rosary as an anchor will be saved” does not exclude those who don’t pray the Rosary. It simply says that those who have the Rosary “as an anchor” will be saved. This sentence has to be unpacked. First, this statement in no way negates the Scriptures and Sacred Tradition that teach us that we are “saved through faith” (Eph 2:8), faith that must be proven authentic in the fruit of charity (cf. John 3:36, James 2:17).

Second, to have the Rosary “as an anchor” implies that we have faith in the mysteries that we are praying, hence, praying the Rosary in faith is, in fact, an act of faith linked to one’s salvation (Rom 10:10). Again, this proclamation of the mysteries of the Rosary (like the Creed) is intrinsically linked to our obedience (Matt 7:21). So the statement that “whoever has the Holy Rosary as an anchor will be saved” automatically implies that you are on the Barque of Salvation to begin with!

As for those who do not know the Rosary or who have not been properly instructed in it, this is no fault of their own — and Providence always considers this. But I think we have to be honest and forthright: Jesus left us ONE Church, ONE Magisterium, ONE Body; those who are outside the Catholic Church, though the possibility that they could be saved remains, are also operating without many of the intrinsic graces God has left us precisely for our salvation. That is not a judgment of other sincere Christians — whose salvation is known only to God alone — but a warning to us not to depart from Mother Church, even though some of her own members are at times the “greatest sinners”.
Children, follow the Ten Commandments, look to my Son and there you will see the light. Children, there will be a strong earthquake and continual storms, but I ask you to pray under the cross of my Son and you and your families will be blessed. Now I bless you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

 

On August 13, 2022

Beloved children, thank you for being here; I have called you and you have responded in your hearts. Pray, children, because the time of purification is upon you; pray for the Church and for young people, because their souls are being lost. Look at the movements of the earth: they are all signs for you. My children, pray with the heart, not only with words as the pagans used to do; may your prayers be full of love for my Divine Son. Only thus can you alleviate our sufferings. Now I bless you in the name of the Most Holy Trinity. Amen.
 

On August 14, 2022:

Dear daughter, thank you for responding to my call in your hearts. My daughter, tomorrow is the Feast of my Assumption into Heaven. John was beside me at that moment; he had adorned my little bed with fresh, fragrant flowers. After I fell asleep, a dazzling light flooded the little room, but an even stronger light superimposed itself, making the little room full of little lights that shone with many colors, and there were angels who raised me up and brought me to meet my Son Jesus. My daughter, I am still touching the earth in order to help humanity to convert and to love God as I loved Him; be like me and carry in your hearts the sufferings of these times you are experiencing and those you will experience. Know that I will always be beside you to console you. You cannot even imagine how much joy I felt on meeting my Son, and that is how I would like your meeting to be when He soon arrives. Now I bless you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Footnotes

Footnotes

1 cf. A New Era, a New Earth; Popes and Fathers on the Era of PeaceCreation Reborn
2 The statement “whoever has the Holy Rosary as an anchor will be saved” does not exclude those who don’t pray the Rosary. It simply says that those who have the Rosary “as an anchor” will be saved. This sentence has to be unpacked. First, this statement in no way negates the Scriptures and Sacred Tradition that teach us that we are “saved through faith” (Eph 2:8), faith that must be proven authentic in the fruit of charity (cf. John 3:36, James 2:17).

Second, to have the Rosary “as an anchor” implies that we have faith in the mysteries that we are praying, hence, praying the Rosary in faith is, in fact, an act of faith linked to one’s salvation (Rom 10:10). Again, this proclamation of the mysteries of the Rosary (like the Creed) is intrinsically linked to our obedience (Matt 7:21). So the statement that “whoever has the Holy Rosary as an anchor will be saved” automatically implies that you are on the Barque of Salvation to begin with!

As for those who do not know the Rosary or who have not been properly instructed in it, this is no fault of their own — and Providence always considers this. But I think we have to be honest and forthright: Jesus left us ONE Church, ONE Magisterium, ONE Body; those who are outside the Catholic Church, though the possibility that they could be saved remains, are also operating without many of the intrinsic graces God has left us precisely for our salvation. That is not a judgment of other sincere Christians — whose salvation is known only to God alone — but a warning to us not to depart from Mother Church, even though some of her own members are at times the “greatest sinners”.

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