The Great Symphony – Messages

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January 6, 1994

Our Lady came in gray and gold. She asked if I slept well. She then asked me to pray with Her for the remnant Church.

She said:

“Some will leave it and fall into compromise.”

We prayed an Our Father. Then we prayed a Glory Be for those who at this moment were considering compromise. Then She said:

“Dear children, today I invite you to comprehend that the path of holiness is a continuum. It is as an unfinished symphony each sacrifice and prayer being a note. My Beloved Jesus is the audience Who listens to this symphony of holiness at the final judgment. Dear children, understand you are not finished striving for holiness until eternity. Open your hearts to My call.”

November 26, 2000

“I am your Jesus, born Incarnate.”

“Child, understand that Holy Love is much like a symphony. A symphony requires the performance of many instruments to make up the whole. In Holy Love, the soul must try to perfect himself in many virtues in order to come into the bosom of the virtue of Holy Love.”

“I have asked of you martyrdom – to be a martyr of love – and this is what martyrdom is: complete dying to self for love of God. You cannot achieve this on your own merit, but only with My help. It is selfish love that detracts from every virtue. Do not be distraught when I try to show you the areas of self love in your heart, for I desire your purest effort. It is then I can succeed through you. Remember, you have not chosen this mission on your own. Rather, I have called you and you have responded. You ask how I desire that your response be more complete. I am showing you. Do not back away in discouragement as I reveal areas of weakness in your heart, but move forward with Me. I will help you overcome each flaw, for your perfection is in Me and through Me – just as this mission is in Me and through Me.”

“Great is My Love for those who allow Me to assist them! Great is My joy!”

November 27, 2000

“I am your Jesus, born Incarnate, Lord of Mercy and Love.”

“I have come to help you understand that a symphony is only sweet when each instrument is played to perfection. So too, Holy Love in the heart does not reach its fullness until the virtues are practiced in their perfection. The human heart is incapable of perfect love or perfect virtue by his own efforts, but it is capable of purifying its efforts in the virtues through My grace.”

“Therefore, the orchestration of the heart’s efforts in holiness are in harmony with perfection (which is God’s Will) when he cooperates with grace which leads him to be more and more perfect. Such efforts rise to Heaven as a sweet symphony of surrender. It is chanted throughout Heaven by all the angels. Then it rises to the nostrils of the Eternal Father as a fragrant incense. So sweet to Heaven are the soul’s efforts in holiness through grace. Make it known.”

November 13, 2002

St. Thomas Aquinas comes. He says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“Please understand, small one, Holy Love–that is, the Immaculate Heart of Mary–is the gateway to the New Jerusalem. Then comprehend that the New Jerusalem is Divine Love–the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Divine Love–the Heart of our Savior–is the kingdom to come.”

“These truths remain far above you. Perhaps in this life you will never grasp it. When you pray for the kingdom to come ‘on earth as it is in Heaven’, you are praying for each heart to come into Divine Love. Taking this one step further–Divine Love is oneness with the Divine Will of God. So the kingdom to come is the establishment of the Divine Will of God reigning in every heart.”

“Here is yet another precept. You cannot separate Divine Love from the Divine Will of God. That would be like trying to separate the white from the yolk after the egg is scrambled.”

“The human heart that lives in concert with Divine Love spiritually is consumed by the Flame of Divine Love until they are one. Perhaps you could liken the notes of a symphony to the heart living in Divine Love. The whole orchestration is God’s Will and it would be impossible to separate the notes from it.”

“So, I have given you much to contemplate.”

He blesses me and smiles.

April 13, 2005

St. Thomas Aquinas says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to explain these truths to you. You understand in your heart that each present moment in each person’s life is individual just as each person’s life experiences are individual. These present moments will never be repeated in anyone’s life. When they pass, they are gone forever. It is how the soul spends the present moment that determines his eternity. Therefore, see that the present moment has eternal effects. If the soul responds positively to the graces God gives in the present moment and loves God with his whole heart and neighbor as self, he will have a greater reward in Heaven than the soul that wastes the present moment.”

“Now, in a similar way, every soul’s eternity is experienced in an individual way. This is how the Highest Heaven is experienced by souls in the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Chambers. The Highest Heaven in the Fourth Chamber is experienced in a different way than it is in the Sixth Chamber.”

(He smiles.) “Say you are listening to a symphony. The symphony is perfect. The musician appreciates it in a much more complete way than the ordinary person. Yet, they both appreciate it to the fullest of their ability.”

“It is the same with Heavenly reward. The soul that is conformed to the Will of God (Fourth Chamber) is living in the Highest Heaven possible for him. The soul united to the Will of God (Fifth Chamber) or even immersed in the Heart of the Father (Sixth Chamber) experiences an even more profound Highest Heaven.”

Maureen: “You are telling me this. I am not a theologian, St. Thomas.”

St. Thomas: “No one said you are. Just write it as I tell you. Ask our Heavenly Mother for understanding.”

June 19, 2008

“I am your Jesus, born Incarnate.”

“When you receive Me in the Eucharist, I desire that our hearts become like notes in a symphony, flowing together, making beautiful music together. If I could be united like this with each heart, all would abide in the Divine Will. We would make beautiful symphonies together, Me and each heart. There would be no more wars, immorality or compromise of the truth.”

“Today people say they stand for the truth, but the truth they support is only a lie. If souls would unite to My Eucharistic Heart, they would be united with the Truth Itself.”

May 26, 2010

St. Augustine comes and says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

Maureen: “So you are the one who dresses as a bishop and stands in the background so often.” *

St. Augustine: “It is true. Now I am here to speak. St. Peter has finished his narratives on temptation. I am sent to you to speak about conversion. You will please copy my words to you.”

“A conversion experience is God’s intervention into the heart of a sinner resulting in the sinner’s return to a life of grace. Specifically, a conversion can only be accomplished when free will cooperates with grace.”

“I would like to compare a conversion experience to a beautiful concert, for it is a concerted effort between God, the soul and many graces. The symphony would be the soul’s conversion. The symphony can only be appreciated when many instruments come together to play in harmony with one another. These would be the many graces God intertwines to bring about the conversion. The music that the instruments play are the many sacrifices and prayers offered for the soul’s conversion. Finally, the conductor or orchestra leader is God Himself bringing all things together to accomplish the beautiful symphony or conversion of heart.”

* For several years I have seen, off and on, this bishop standing in the background in other visions. He never spoke. I never knew who he was until today.

August 23, 2011

St. Thomas Aquinas says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“All the virtues must come together in harmony with one another in order for the soul to embrace Holy Love in his heart. The virtuous life can be likened to a great symphony. If one note is missed, the entire symphony lacks harmony. In the virtuous life, if one virtue is weakened, the entire personal journey in holiness is weakened, for Holy Love is the composite of all virtues.”

July 25, 2015

Our Lady comes as Mary, Refuge of Holy Love. She says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“Little daughter, as you well know, your body is only as healthy as all of its parts are healthy. When you are cooking, every ingredient must be included to fulfill the recipe. So it is with personal holiness. Every virtue must come together to make the whole – in this case, personal holiness. The more integrity the components have, the more perfect the final product.”

“This is why, in the journey through the Chambers of Our United Hearts, a whole Chamber is dedicated to the virtues.* Each virtue needs to come to perfection in order for the whole to be perfected. It is as though personal holiness was a symphony. Every instrument must be played perfectly. Every note must be included. Imperfections stand out to the trained ear. The soul conscientiously making the journey through the Chambers must pray to be given the gift of knowing his weaknesses – knowing when he is off-key. It is only in this self-knowledge the soul can advance and his spiritual health brought to perfection.** It is in this cause for perfection the recipe for personal holiness is completed – the symphony of virtues melodious to God’s Ears.”

* Reference to the Third Chamber of the United Hearts.
** Perfection of the virtues leads the Soul into the Fourth Chamber of the United Hearts (Conformity with the Divine Will).

Read Matthew 7:24-27+

Synopsis – Reference to the conclusion of our Lord’s Teachings from His Sermon on the Mount.

“Every one then who hears these Words of Mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house upon the rock; and the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat upon that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. And every one who hears these Words of Mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house upon the sand; and the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell; and great was the fall of it.”

+-Scripture verses asked to be read by Mary, Refuge of Holy Love.
-Scripture taken from the Ignatius Bible.
-Synopsis of scripture provided by Spiritual Advisor.