By Fr Tomislav Vlašić
29 May 2021
Dearest Brothers and Sisters; in this celebration of the vigil of the Most Holy Trinity we consecrate ourselves solemnly to the Most Holy Trinity. The whole Church of the Universe celebrates with us, and we want to live this moment and deepen the readings of the day that all Christians read today. In addition, we have taken a part of the message of the Father, “The Times to Come”, of 16 January 2021, to understand what the passage means in this time.
In the first reading, which is taken from Deuteronomy, The writer highlights the calling of the people of Israel. God bent over them. “Has any god ever tried to take for himself one nation out of another nation, by testings, by signs and wonders, by war, by a mighty hand and an outstretched arm, or by great and awesome deeds, like all the things the Lord your God did for you in Egypt before your very eyes?” This is the reality of every Christian. God has bent over us through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit, giving graces, signs and miracles. Throughout history, He has done this with all His Church.
That does not mean that we have recognised the graces, and this is the aspect that we want to deepen. Why? Because God is mystery and the human mind cannot search it, take possession of it, access it through human logic or personal interests. The mystery of God is also the mystery of man, who draws life from the Source, from the One and Triune God. The history of humanity is a mystery; the Universe is a mystery that lies before us. A scientist said that through our discoveries, we have only scratched the surface of the knowledge of the mystery. The mystery remains a mystery for those who do not adore it; for those who do not participate in the revelation. As it is said in the first reading, God bent over a people; He chose it.
The first thing that we have to perceive today is that we are called, that all of us who want to renew this solemn consecration to the Most Holy Trinity will receive graces that are in proportion to their path. However, we can know God only by loving the One who is in the mystery, and then we will naturally discover our life, which will reveal itself inside of us because God, who is mystery, is not closed within Himself, but He pulsates and wants to manifest and communicate Himself and, by doing so, create, redeem and consecrate us.
The Gospel gives us the confirmation that Jesus is the visible image of the invisible God; He came in the shape of a human to be visible to man and let him hear His voice. With His Sacrifice, He prepared the graces and the gift of the Holy Spirit for us. Then He said to the Apostles: “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.” Thus, He communicates this power to those who welcome Him, follow Him and want to bear witness to Him. Jesus withdrew to Heaven, into His glory. Man has received the gift of the Spirit of God within him and has become partaker of the divine nature, of the life of God.
In the letter to the Romans, St. Paul says: “For those who are led by the Spirit of God are the children of God.“ They are not afraid but have a relationship with God as father: “Abba, Father”. This relationship is open like that of a child that trusts its father and mother. When it sees them, it bursts with joy, and when it is sad, it will be comforted. St. Paul also said that through the Holy Spirit we have also received the inheritance. We are children of God and co-heirs. The Holy Spirit continuously bears witness in us, and we are witnesses of this communion with Him. Are you aware of this process inside you? God reveals and communicates Himself. In this time, He communicates Himself powerfully, and we are the testimonies of this communion with Him.
When great mystics spoke about their experience with the Most Holy Trinity, they usually explained the essence of it: “I cannot describe it, but I am in that life, and I cannot leave it; I dwell in it.” We are now at a point where we are no longer satisfied with images, words, descriptions and certain signs; we need to enter that life as St. John said: “To be in Him; to dwell in Him.” He also says: “We have seen, heard, touched with our hands and contemplated the incarnated Word of God; we bear witness to the communion of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and you are also in it.” Therefore, all of this is within us now, and it requires an obligatory process to make a choice, in these fast times and in the battle we find ourselves in.
In this context, there is a passage in the message of the Father, “The Time to Come”, where it says: “My dear Children, you have decided to renew your solemn consecration to the Most Holy Trinity this year. This is a fundamental event for the whole humanity of the Universe, and it is what I have expected of you as a sign of your faithfulness. Therefore, from your consecration onwards, Jesus will be among you, and a completely new phase of your path will begin. Be ready to welcome His living presence and to be obedient to Him and to the Holy Spirit through Mary Most Holy.”
What is the consecration? Is it the consecration to a work? The consecration resembles that of a mother to her child. The child is the most important thing for her, and it comes before anything else in the house. There are other images that show the meaning of the consecration. What has been repeated to us many times is this: “Be faithful to what you have received. Stay in the Church of the whole Universe,” as the Father told us in the message of January, last year when He outlined what the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe has to live. What does she have to live? She has to welcome and present Jesus as He is, not by giving a false image. She has to welcome the Holy Spirit that comes through the Son and participate in the Eucharist, which is often only a rite. Precisely in these days, we remember the message of St. John the Apostle and St. Barnabas who spoke about the Eucharist.
You may have noticed the passage in which the Father says: “The only guarantee for the alliance with you is Christ,” and Christ says that His only alliance with us lies in His Holy Mother, in the Holy Spirit. Therefore, we have to welcome and participate in the action that goes through Mary Most Holy, the Spouse of the Holy Spirit because She welcomed God’s life perfectly in Herself and, no one else than Her, entered into the Most Holy Trinity. The Holy Spirit guides us through Her as St. Paul said in the second reading, the letter to the Romans, and only through Jesus Christ, in the Holy Spirit, can we contemplate the Father.
The Trinitarian power manifests itself in the Church of Jesus Christ who wants to clean up the Church of all that does not belong to His Church. That was the intention of the Father last year, from January on, as you certainly remember. In the Church of Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ is now operating and preparing His glorious coming. What are the consequences? The consequences are that the systems must collapse. The false systems that deceive the children of God cannot continue to exist. Thus, all this will cause the crisis of humanity. However, in the midst of all this disorder, the people of God must shine and manifest the Face of Christ, who will save those He wants to save. We can say that today’s Gospel is also suitable for us since we have been told to recognize Jesus Christ as the One who was given all authority in Heaven and on Earth, and He will do everything.
So, you see that the Trinitarian power pours onto us and the Trinitarian knowledge within us increases day by day; what is a mystery for those who do not believe and do not want to participate, becomes splendour and joy for us. In this sense, the consecration to these programmes, to this inner process, takes place along with the Church which is now united. This part of the Church of the whole Universe that is on Earth is now taking part and begins to evangelise the Earth in the Holy Spirit.
Let us not forget the conclusion the Father has drawn in His message: “This will last until the glorious coming of My Son will be visible to the eyes of the entire humanity of the Universe, at the time set by Me. However, then it will be too late for those who have refused Him; there will be no more time to repent. I ask you, therefore, to pray intensively for the conversion of the sinners; for those who still have a little bit of good will, before the final judgment comes.”
This is where the mission of all of us begins: now, the renewal of our solemn consecration is both the calling and our response to it as well as the commitment in participating in the presence of the living Lord Jesus, whom the world cannot see, but we can see Him with the eyes of our soul and experience Him as St. John has experienced Him. Immersed in Him, we will manifest His power, and those who are of good will will be able to find their way. He says that at a certain time it will be too late. We have also been told that time will run faster and faster.
Therefore, with this consecration, we have to make ourselves available, understand, live and manifest His power, above all in spirit, always beginning from the spirit, but also in every relationship we have in the community of the Church of the Earth, of the humanity of the Earth, involving those who suffer and those in difficulty, those who are confused and those in crisis. We should be free inside and fearlessly transmit the truth of salvation. I hope that this solemnity will also represent an awakening for you and that we will all participate solemnly in the celebrations of every Sunday and all the feasts.
I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
 See Message of God the Father of 16 January 2021, published on our website
 See Deut 4,32-34.39-40
 See Mt 28,16-20
 See Rom 8,14-17
 John 1 paraphrased
 See Message of 11 June 2020, “The Last Supper of the Lord”, published on our website.
 See Footnote 8: exact quotation: “The alliance with Me has only one name: My Son, Jesus Christ. He is the living alliance; He is the guarantee that you are Mine.”
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