Mystical Incarnation, Fullness of the Holy Spirit
Lourdes Pinto, 5/13/21
“Unless one is born of water and spirit, he cannot enter the Kingdom of God.” (John 3:5)
Abba, our beloved Father, did not send us His only begotten Son only to forgive our sins; He did not send Him only to open our eyes to see the Kingdom of God, but also to take us, through Christ crucified, into the Kingdom of God.
It is not enough to want to see Jesus.
John 12:21 – “They came to Philip and said to him, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.”
Jesus answers in a way that can seem odd to us: “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified.” (Jn 12:33)
It is not enough to see Jesus. Many people saw Jesus; they saw Him perform great miracles, and yet they didn’t become “witnesses.” They didn’t follow Him. “Though he had done so many signs before them, yet did not believe in him.” (Jn 12:37).
To partake in the hour of Jesus is to ALLOW the Holy Spirit to unite us to His crucified love.
The Holy Spirit desires to purify us so that we can ENTER the Holy of Holies; enter the union of Love.
- Jesus to Love Crucified: This mission is My thirst in the depth of My Sacred Heart for unity in Love. That is, unity in the love of the Most Holy Trinity. 6/12/12
A thick curtain separated the Holy of Holies from the Holy Place. This curtain was known as the “veil.” The word “veil” in Hebrew means a screen, divider, or separator that hides. What was this curtain hiding? Essentially, it was shielding a holy God from sinful man. The presence of God remained shielded from men behind a thick curtain during the history of Israel. However, Jesus’ sacrificial death on the Cross changed that. When He died, the curtain in the Jerusalem temple was torn from the top to the bottom.
We can now boldly enter God’s presence, “the inner sanctuary behind the curtain, where Jesus, who went before us, has entered on our behalf.” (Hebrews 6:19-20)
“Therefore, brothers, since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, his body …let us draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith.” (Hebrews 10:19-22)
The Catechism CC #1239 teaches us concerning baptism:
- It (baptism) signifies and actually brings about death to sin and entry into the life of the Most Holy Trinity through configuration to the Paschal mystery of Christ.
It is the Holy Spirit that brings us into the Holy of Holies by uniting us to Jesus crucified. As we become one with The Crucified, which is becoming one with Love, through Him, with Him, and in Him, we enter the Holy of Holies into the Father’s loving embrace. We begin to possess the Trinity through Christ’s mystical incarnation in us. This is what it means to “enter the Kingdom of God.” This is “Thy Kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.”
Jn 12:32 “And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself.”
The era of the Holy Spirit is approaching
Message of Jesus to LC:4/21/21
The Holy Spirit is not known yet, but the era of the Holy Spirit is approaching. He is one with the Incarnation of Jesus on earth. The incarnation takes place through the power of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of the Father and Son; they are inseparable. When Jesus is Incarnated in Mary’s womb, the Holy Spirit is present as one in Christ. It is through the incarnation that Mary receives the fullness of the Trinity. She is the first to live the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. The Incarnation of Jesus brings the mystical (indwelling) of the Trinity on earth. This reality of the Holy Spirit is still not known, yet it is the reality that God’s saints of the end times will live to usher into the world the Kingdom of God.
Jn 16:24 – “Ask, and you shall receive, that your joy may be full.”
This JOY is the fruit of the Spirit mentioned by St Paul to the Galatians (Gal. 5:22-23). In fact, joy comes 2nd between love and peace. This supernatural joy comes from living in the unity of the Trinity. Experiencing the love of the three Persons of the Trinity and remaining in the embrace of the Spirit brings forth the joy that remains even amidst persecution, hardships, trials.
Mystical Incarnation –Blessed Conchita: Conchita a Mother’s Spiritual Diary,
Jesus tells Conchita: The mystical incarnation is a grace of transformation in view of an assimilation of the creature with its model Jesus, who I am. It is a transforming grace of union. (p.157)
Jesus goes on to tell her, The Word became flesh and becomes flesh again in souls only to be crucified. It is the purpose of all mystical incarnations. (p.159)
The Holy Spirit will reign (a new Pentecost) the day when My sacrifice of suffering will also reign: the Cross in hearts. In so far as the Cross will not reign in souls, the Holy Spirit, He too will not reign. (p.252)
In the mystical incarnations of the Word, do not believe that I am alone, rather all the Trinity of Divine Persons is present, but each person operating according to its properties: The Father, as Father, engendering, the Word as Son being born; and the Holy Spirit fertilizing this divine action in the soul. (Diary T. 49, p. 5-6, Sept. 22, 1927).
Ask for the MYSTICAL INCARNATION and receive, that your joy may be full!