The Consecration to God the Father
The Consecration to God the Father is a new prayer (Consecration Prayer [henceforth called short form] of 6/14/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart of God the Father, 2010; Holy Octave of Purification and Consecration [henceforth called long form] in St Andrew’s Productions, 2008) that can effectively slay the heresy of the 21st century – that is the lies of the pillars-of-mainstay ‘rights’ of freedom of sexual expression and freedom of worship – because it results in The Seal of God the Father (ibid.). And, especially in the long form, results in true love for the Word of God and intense zeal for the salvation of souls. Such love and zeal are, in fact, similar to those originally experienced by Phinehas at the time of the heresy of Pe’or (Josephus, 93-94; Nb. 25:10-13) and similarly lead to the obtaining of God’s covenants of peace, everlasting priesthood (Is. 66:21), and the right to acceptably expiate for others in His sight. Meanwhile the Seal of God the Father (6/14/10 in Devotion to the Divine Heart; Rv. 3:10-12; St Andrew’s Productions, 2008) that is obtained subsequent to consecration, in turn, (1) derives directly from the Seal of Yahweh (Ex. 28:36) which Phinehas had originally been marked with for service to God as the Levite grandson of Aaron; (2) it provides entry into the Divine Heart of God the Father (6/14/10 in Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010; St Andrew’s Productions, 2008), and (3) is also the entry into the Third Ark for spiritually safe passage through the third Passover (6/14/10, 8/10/2010 in Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010) that is the chastisement of the end times (Dn. 7:25, 8:11-14, 8:24-25, 9:27, 12:6-11; Is. 13:19-22; 2 P. 3:7; Rv. 2:10-11, 3:10, 6:7-17, 8:1-5, 11:7-10, 13:5-8, 14:9-11, 16:17-21, 18:9-23).
Consecration to God the Father through the Holy Octave (i.e., long form) is also the commencement of the coming of the New Israel (6/2/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010; Is. 35:1-10, 51:3-11, 60:1-22, 62:1-12, 65:17-25, 66:10-24; Rv. 3:10-12, 14:1, 21:1-4, 21:10-27, 22:1-5). That is, it is the entry-point into “the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of Heaven from God prepared as a bride adorned for her husband . . . Behold the tabernacle of God with men and He will dwell with them. And they shall be His people and God Himself with them shall be their God” (Rv. 21:2-3), which is the beginning of living in the Fullness of Our Inheritance (Lumen Gentium, 1964). This because, in addition to resulting in the Seal of the Father, the Holy Octave makes souls that had been desecrated by systemic sin become anew living and pure (i.e., holy) temples of God through (1) re-purification and re-consecration to the Father that includes the Sacrament of Reconciliation (CCC 1422-1470), and (2) a union of wills through the voluntary fiat to God the Father. In turn these result in the fusion of hearts (10/20/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010) – that is the fusion of the heart of the individual soul (St Andrew’s Productions, 2008) with the Core of the Divine Heart of God the Father (10/3/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010), through the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts of Jesus and Mary, by the Holy Spirit (i.e., by the Divine Family [10/20/10, ibid.]) – that is the characteristic of living in the New Israel (7/9/10, ibid.). Thus Consecration to God the Father, in essence, has the power to stop the spread of the heresy of the 21st century among the People of God, potentially minimizing the chastisement decreed by God’s Wrath (7/23/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010; Dn. 7:25, 8:11-14, 8:24-25, 9:27, 12:6-11; Is. 13:19-22; 2 P. 3:7; Rv. 2:10-11, 3:10, 6:7-17, 8:1-5, 11:7-10, 13:5-8, 14:9-11, 16:17-21, 18:9-23), by reconciling them to His Word and Will through living in His Divine Heart (7/9/10 in the Devotion to the Divine Heart, 2010).