My Adorable Jesus, I love You
This morning while I was praying I was taken by an angel to visit many Souls in many parts of Purgatory. How much they want for us to help them and to get them out of torment and suffering.
Suddenly the angel, who was my guide, took me to a different place. I knew right away that this was a heavenly place. Everybody was very busy here, they were all doing something. I became part of their group and began helping them too.
I asked the saintly people, “What are you doing?”
They replied, “This is a delivery and distribution place.”
Suddenly, a gentleman came, and brought three bags of flour on his shoulder and placed them on the floor a few metres from where we were standing. He pointed towards me and said, “Come here!” I obeyed and went to where the bags were, and then the gentleman left.
I then approached the saintly ladies and asked them, “Where is this flour going to go? I don’t know what to do with it.”
The ladies were questioning one another, “Do you know where the flour is going to go?” Nobody knew.
Suddenly, one of the angels appeared and said, “It is for you Valentina. You have to distribute this flour among churches and people. It is a very fine and pure flour. This flour was given to you from Adorable Jesus. He wants you to distribute it among people. You have to offer for the Holy Souls, for so many that you encounter. They wait on you during Mass and Holy Communion. Tell our Lord, that you will do all of that for Him. In that way you will console Him.”
The angel continued, “The Lord is so much offended throughout the whole world. So sinful and wretched are the people in every part of the world. Tell our Lord, ‘I will do all of that for You Lord’. In that way you will console Him and tell people to love the Lord and God.”
I said, “Oh, that is not something I usually say. It is something new for me.” I was referring to the words Adorable Jesus.
Our Lord said, “I love to hear when you say that, when you repeat the words ‘My Adorable Jesus, I love You.’ It will turn into a prayer when you keep repeating it.”
At the same time we console our Lord.
Jesus explained that the flour represents the Holy Communion, the Word of God, that we speak to people. From the wheat flour you make bread. The bread is shared among people. It represents the Word of God being shared with one another.
My Adorable Jesus, we love You and we thank You. Have Mercy on us.