Once more Divine Providence saw to it that our dear John Paul II was able to get his message of hope, our message of hope, God's message of hope, across the iron veil of intrigue and of vested material interests of The Vatican.
This time was through the Italian newspaper La Stampa [July 8, 1999, p. 12]. As La Stampa was discussing the theme of a new document, perhaps a new Encyclical, His Holiness' vacation project, they wrote and we quote:
La convizione che il Pontefice vuole esprimere č una esperanza: che il prossimo Millenio vedrā un rifiorire della fede; contro ogni tentazione millenaristica, affermerā con forza che questo non č un mondo vecchio che giunge a esaurimento, ma un mondo nuovo che ha inizio.
This is the persistent and ever present theme of Miguel de Portugal; a theme which needs to permeate the world at all levels and drown out the hopelessness generated by the promotion of the End of the World mentality.
The translation of the highlighted portion of the quotation above reads: "The conviction of the Pontiff...this is not an old world coming to an end, but a new world that begins."
His Holiness further warns the world, through the same article, "...contro ogni tentazione millenaristica...", i.e. "...against the temptation of millenarianism..."
It is imperative that the confirmation of this true message of hope is spread far and wide. It is the best inoculation against one and all conspiracies, against the People of God. [Yes, let us unabashedly call them what they really are - Conspiracies - without fear of being labeled paranoiac].
The faithful should draw their own conclusions after meditating upon this further clarification by us, which should be viewed with the world events of the last 36 months as a backdrop.
They reader may think: "Fine, I hear you and I believe it."
No. It is not that easy. What we are trying to get across is not the intellectual recognition of such information; what we are trying to assist in is that the recognition of such reality occurs in the very depths of the soul. Allow us to explain.
As we have illustrated in certain documents: To get from "here", i.e., These Times, to "there", i.e., The New Times, the world is going to go through what, to most, will feel like hell.
No, it will not be hell, it will really be a purgatorial state. While we are living through such period it will be very hard to think that the world is not going to end unless the certain hope for the arrival of The New Times, of "...un mondo nuovo che ha inizio." is well anchored in your soul.
Our dear John Paul II cannot spell this out, but Miguel de Portugal can... and has to! That is precisely the reason for our existence. Only those to whom God have given the Grace to understand and believe what Miguel de Portugal write in His Name, will; others will not, even if they wanted to.
We are truly no one according to the world. We no longer have a world position; we have no recognizable name nor face. All that was left behind. It is precisely in this manner, my dear brothers and sisters, that God has communicated with and warned His people since the beginning of These Times.
This overall concept of belief and unbelief naturally could not be better expressed and explained than Our Lord Jesus Christ did through John 5:41-47.
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