I have written many pages; however, I have no idea what God desires from it all.
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From the first moment I felt the desire to put my spiritual life into writing in the fall of 2008, I have been indefatigable in fulfilling it, or so it seems. Yet, never have I felt an inspiration that what I am writing is for anyone else. Still, I have consistently sought to lay out my thoughts over the years into a concrete form.
What I have discovered by doing so is the Holy Spirit working in my life as a teacher through the Immaculate Heart of Mary and through the magnificent saints with whom she has blessed me, namely, St. Joan of Arc and St. Thérèse of Lisieux. I have come to realize that the only way to understand what God is trying to teach me about who I am and my destiny is to write so that the immaterial Form becomes an object to be grasped by my senses. Our nature is such that this is how we come to know things, that is, through the senses. I have written many pages; however, I have no idea what God desires from it all save my understanding of how He intends to prepare me for Heaven. Thus, all that I write has a particular risk to it. How to publicize and promote these writings as a testimony in the spirit of the "new evangelization" in the Church remains somewhat enigmatic.
I can only implore the reader to keep the above in mind. I am nobody who seeks to be nothing that the great gift of Le Royaume bequeathed to me by the Holy Virgin Mary with the Holy Spirit will come "on earth as it is in Heaven." I am an insignificant Catholic layman seeking God's will through the incarnation, life, passion, death, and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. I am striving to fulfill my consecration to the Virgin Mary according to St. Louis de Montfort, a consecration I began decades ago.
Thus, I can only reiterate what I have written elsewhere: I seek many to join me, but none to follow me. Only God, through the Holy Virgin in His Church, is to be trusted. We follow St. Joan and St. Thérèse along the Trail of the Dogmatic Creed to the center of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. However, praise be to God if Our Lady sees fit to offer another person help on their journey through this or any other of my writings.