Valeria – Prayer and Suffering

“Mary, your sweet Mother” to Valeria Copponi on December 30th, 2020:

My daughter, I want to console and thank you because with your suffering you have been close to me. Now I want to say to all of you, little children, that I need you all. You have understood that the times in which you are living are the last,[1]The “last times” does not mean the last days. Rather, the “last times” refers to the final events that lead to the final coming of Jesus at the very end of time to close human history. These events include the rise of the Antichrist (Rev 19:20), the Era of Peace (Rev 20:6), the final uprising against the saints (Rev 20:7-10), and the Last Judgment (Rev 20:11). and I therefore need your help even more. Pray with the heart and complete your prayer by making some offering so that I might intercede for you before God. There is no asking with empty hands — that would be like pretending — so in your requests do not be lacking for prayer and suffering. I am always ready to receive your requests, but ask me particularly for the graces needed by your loved ones in order to enter into their eternal dwelling. Do not bask in your false joys, but seek eternal salvation alone. Your earth has been attacked and destroyed: it will no longer give you what you need, therefore unite your prayers in asking your Father for eternal salvation. You need to find the divine Spirit once more: what is of the world will no longer suffice for you. You will only find consolation for your hearts by turning to your Father who wishes to fill your hearts with his grace. You are walking in a dark valley, but I assure you that, soon, divine Justice will triumph. I love you and I want to have you all with me; strive to live in God’s Word and you will see that everything will turn into true joy. I share this prayer of yours; I bless you one by one in the name of the Father, of My Son and the Holy Spirit. Live in love and you will be consoled.

Footnotes

1 The “last times” does not mean the last days. Rather, the “last times” refers to the final events that lead to the final coming of Jesus at the very end of time to close human history. These events include the rise of the Antichrist (Rev 19:20), the Era of Peace (Rev 20:6), the final uprising against the saints (Rev 20:7-10), and the Last Judgment (Rev 20:11). 
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