DAILY MESSAGE OF SAINT JOSEPH, TRANSMITTED IN THE MARIAN CENTER OF FIGUEIRA, MINAS GERAIS, BRAZIL, TO THE VISIONARY SISTER LUCÍA DE JESÚS
Feeling a profound anguish in its chest that it was not able to explain, a soul asked the Lord a question, saying: "Lord, in my heart is a feeling that I cannot explain. I do not know if it is sadness or confusion. I do not know if it is anguish or sorrow. I do not know if I lack a feeling for living or if I am feeling Your pain, the pain of the world. Could you explain to me what I feel?"
And the Lord responded to it, saying: - "Little soul, contemplate infinity and the vastness of the universe. Contemplate the greatness and the complexity of life. Contemplate the mysteries hidden in the stars. Life and your own being are so infinite that what you feel and experience many times do not come from this Earth nor this time, but rather from a distant space and time that you now experience today. Many times, the anguish of your heart comes from infinity, from places in your consciousness that dwell in the universe, where life continues its evolution, constantly creating and re-creating itself.
But it does not matter what you feel or where it comes from. If you want to alleviate your little heart, simply come to Me, I Who Am your God, and I Who know the deepest roots of your being, of your thoughts and feeling, of your life, in the end.
Come, to Me, little soul, surrendered and sincere, transparent and fragile. You will not have an explanation for everything, because sometimes it is not the time for you to know certain matters about yourself, but you will have relief for everything, and it is to be found in Me.
Thus, come to Me in humility, knowing yourself to be small. Come to Me as a child that finds refuge in their father, and in what I am able to, I will explain. And when the time is not right, I will simply give you relief, and whatever My response may be, it will allow you to grow, because sometimes you grow through knowledge and, other times, you grow through knowing that you know nothing."
May this dialogue, children, teach you to seek relief always in God, and not always finding answers, but giving thanks for His Silence as well as for His Voice and, above all, welcome the Love of His simple Presence.
You have My blessing for this.
The Most Chaste Saint Joseph