The question has been asked, “What is a Christian’s divine inheritance?” The answer in a nutshell is, “To live forever in the bosom of the Most Holy Trinity.” That is what Christ gave us with His Passion, death, and Resurrection. Happiness, peace, joy, and love unparalleled for eternity. Something utterly inconceivable to many human persons and that was intended for us from the beginning.
The question was asked, “What is God the Father like?” Several names and adjectives can be used to describe how our Father is. In fact, many descriptions of the Heavenly Father exist in Scripture and the writings of various saints and scholars. But none of them suffice to describe Him in His entirety as, being God, He is infinite and ultimately unknowable in His essence; His nature. What follows, (more…)
The Apostolate of the Divine Heart announces the publication of its latest book titled The Divine Family: Experiential Narratives. The book is available directly from the publisher and the online bookseller Amazon. For those outside the US, you can obtain the book either from the respective Amazon sites or directly from the distributors.
In The Divine Family: Experiential Narratives, the lived experiences of the author with the Members of the Divine Family and others are presented openly in print for the first time. These experiences occurred from 2010 through 2012. Written predominantly in a dialogical narrative style suitable for believers and non-believers alike, the author chronicles first-hand some of her personal experiences with the archangels Michael and Raphael; demons and Satan, the Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and God the Father. (more…)
God our Almighty Father gives His infinite love to us, from His Divine Heart, as “the free and whole offering of a being who has not received anything” (Staniloae, D. 2012. The Holy Trinity: In the beginning there was love, p. 31). Since He desired to give “His whole unbegotten Person from eternity . . . [Our Father] begat another, in eternity, to whom He gives . . . [It is] precisely because He gives (more…)
Divine joy is the essence of life and yet we do not want it, we push it away. How can we live if we are not in God? We may be physiologically alive but, in reality, we have no life within us, for we do not have the Life Who Is God. Love is the key that opens the door to Heaven. Yet we neither want life, nor do we want love. What, therefore, do we really want? Despair, misery and death? Is this (more…)
When the heart of our souls, the nous, has been re-opened to the Presence of God the Father, through our acceptance of the illumination of the soul, at times we will literally start feeling our Father interiorly caressing our souls, in the very core of our beings: precisely through the heart of our souls. With great gentleness and tenderness, we will (more…)
God the Almighty Father is infinite Joy: joy that, the kind of which we generally experience here on earth, pales woefully in comparison. In fact, the joy that we experience down here is not even the minutest shadow of what He Is. For Our Father is sheer Joy by nature. (more…)
Joy – Infinite Joy – is His Name and the very nature of His Essence. And yet, do we want joy in our lives or do we want, at some level, to be and remain discontented to say the least? Many of us seek joy, in every place and at every moment of our lives. Yet are we seeking Joy in the right place? For only in Our Father will the core of our beings, our souls and (more…)
God the Father, Who Is Infinite Love Himself, comes to us openly bearing His Divine Heart, pleading with us like the Eternally solicitous Father that He Is to return to Him, so that He can tightly hold us in His Divine Embrace and shower us increasingly with His Love throughout the upheavals of this world. Upheavals which are only going to increase in both (more…)
Living ongoingly in the Divine Heart of God the Father is to live in a sweet cradle of Infinite Love while still on earth. An indissoluble union of adoration, love, joy and bliss, while in the midst of the suffering of our toil. In fact, in our Father’s Divine Heart we find (more…)