According to the Father’s promises, reciting the above consecration prayer with goodwill and a sincere heart results in obtaining His Seal (Rv 3:10-12), which is one of the entryways into His Divine Heart and Will. It is also an entryway into the New Israel (the New Jerusalem; Rv 3, 21 and 22), the descent of which has commenced (message of 2nd June, 2010). The Scriptural lineage of the Father’s Seal dates back to the Seal of Yahweh that was conferred by Moses upon Aaron, when the latter became consecrated to God after the exodus of the Israelites (Ex 28:36-38).
The Seal of the Father vs. the Mark of the Beast
The Father’s Seal supersedes and cancels out the name, number, or mark of the beast (Rv 13 and 14). If one has been marked by the beast through deliberate and systemic sin, but desires to return to live in God’s favor, one should first go to Confession, then become consecrated to the Divine Heart of the Father. The Seal confers spiritual immunity on a soul through grace, in relation to Satan’s attacks and those of his agents during the Chastisement (messages of 24th May and 13th June, 2010).
Outcome of Consecration
When one is sealed by the Father through voluntary consecration, the soul of that person becomes the property of the Father (message of 24th May, 2010). After consecration, if one does not remain in a state of grace by committing mortal sin, the Seal is violated. Thus, one needs to go to Confession before attempting to renew the Seal.
The Father’s Seal is renewed through daily recitation of the consecration prayer, attending Mass, and receiving the Eucharist in a state of grace (message of June 2010, unpublished). The Seal can also be renewed by participating in weekly cenacles to the Father’s Divine Heart. See this page for more details.
Taken from the book Devotion to the Divine Heart of God the Father.
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