When a being enters the desert, even if they have simply touched its sands and felt its heat, they can no longer turn back.
The desert can appear to be dangerous, full of sufferings and woes. But today I tell you that there is no greater suffering for a soul than to enter the desert and not deepen into its experience, to not surrender to God and discover its mysteries.
The soul that steps upon the desert but does not walk in it and rather remains imprisoned by its fears does not let go of the crutches that supported its steps, nor does it discover its true support or know what it is like to walk on its own feet.
This soul, defeated by their fears, without wishing to let go of affections, sensations, the past within themselves, ends up seeking more crutches and more chains; the sensations they did not find with the crutches they hold in their hands and the chains fettered to their feet.
The soul becomes a prisoner of itself, each time emptier, more enslaved and more fearful, simply because they did not manage to yield to the infinity of the desert that appeared before them.
God calls on you to mature in the desert, to set aside human emotions so as to discover and consolidate your heart into Christic Love. But for this, children, you need to let go of your crutches, break the chains, experience the void and walk through it, even though you do not feel support under your own feet.
This is called experiencing faith.
Do not be slaves of yourselves. Recognize that there is no other executioner but pride, vanity and ignorance of hearts that believe they are safer when they are full of themselves, but do not perceive that they do not even know themselves.
I leave you My blessing so that you may cry out for freedom and live it.
If you feel that your feet are on the sands of the desert, walk and do not pause your steps. Consolidate the union with God and strengthen your own faith. This will allow you to be truly free.
The Most Chaste Saint Joseph