I. The Heavenly Choice.
“YOU WILL ALWAYS SUFFER, BUT I AM WITH YOU.”
(Words of Our Lord to Berthe Petit, 1874)
Holy Scripture represents God in the Psalms as following the sons of men with ever-watchful care, attentive to their every action and answering their least efforts to pray. Turning with love towards His rebel sons, from the beginning He lets His voice be heard through marvels and through His prophets, until the day when He Himself, taking flesh in the womb of the virgin, tells men in human language of the love that fills His Heart.
Jesus, the Word
Incarnate, has transmitted in all its completeness the Message He Himself had received from the Father: “Omnia quaecumque audivi a patre
Meo, nota feci vobis.” “I have made known to you all that My Father has told me” (John, XV, 15). However, at the death