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Assunption of the Virgin Mary

The life of the Virgin Mary on earth was lived inside of the Divine Sun.

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Dear brothers and sisters, Fiat and have  a good feast of the Divine Will!

The glory, the greatness and the power of the Holy Virgin in the Fatherland is insuperable. Her life on earth was lived inside of the Divine Sun. she never went out from inside the dwelling place of her Creator. She knew nothing other than only the Divine Will. She loved nothing other than God’s interests, and she asked for nothing other than for God’s glory. It can be said that she formed the Sun of her life in the Sun of her Creator. So, whoever wants to find her in the Celestial Dwelling, must come in God’s Sun, where the Sovereign Queen, having formed her Sun, pours out her maternal rays to the benefit of everyone. She is radiant of such beauty, that she rapts all of Heaven, and everyone feels doubly happy to have such a holy Mother, and a Queen so glorious and powerful. The Virgin is the first and only daughter who possesses her Creator, and is the only one who has made her life in the Sun of the Supreme Being. And, having drawn her life from this Eternal Sun, it is not a marvel that she who lived of light, formed her refulgent Sun that makes all the Celestial Court rejoice.

To live in the Divine Will means exactly this: To live of light and form one’s life in God’s very Sun. this was the purpose of Creation: To have creatures created by God, His beloved children, in His very dwelling, feeding them with His very food, vesting them with royal clothes, and making them enjoy His  same goods. What earthly father and mother thinks about putting the birth of their viscera outside of their dwelling, their dear children, without giving their heredity to their own children? No one. Rather, how many sacrifices do they not make to render their own children rich and happy? If an earthly father and mother arrives to do so much, much more so - the Celestial Father. He wanted and loved that His children remain in His dwelling to hold them around Himself, to be happy with them and hold them as a crown of His creative hands. But ungrateful man abandoned God’s dwelling, rejected His goods and contented himself with wandering about, living in the darknesses of his human will.”

don Marco
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