New Jerusalem: Holy City,
the door of the Father’s Heart

Every day the true children of God submit themselves to the Will of the Father, He who is manifested in the Universal Christian Church of the New Jerusalem.
Universal Christian Church of the New Jerusalem: Heart of the Father.

The Father, Good and Holy, Merciful and Just, wants to gather all His children and all people of good will, in this Church. People of good will: all those who are animated by good will, all those who are seeking the Truth, all those who encountering the true Will, in the pure and holy Truth, recognise the Father’s paternity. All these will receive the grace to understand, to live and to be in the Father’s Heart. A Heart that burns, a Heart that beats, a Heart that lives, so that this Holy Mother Church may increasingly welcome all Her children, and bring God’s Will to completion, bringing order and sanctity again, to enforce the Holy Law of God and bring all His children to live in the grace of the Father.

This Holy Mother Church will never be forced to haul Her flag down. This Holy Mother Church will increasingly wave Her flag that calls everyone to a perfect sanctity; the flag of the belonging to the true God, the flag of the Christian values, the essence and the substance of Christianity.

Mary, Mother Church, New Jerusalem, will increasingly manifest Her Heart, so that Her children may enjoy the warmth of the Flame of God, that blazes and burns: It blazes, to warm all those who with a sincere heart, live and want to live approaching the “Little Cradle of Baby Jesus”, the Tabernacle of the Father, which is true and holy nourishment for God’s children; It burns, to consume the looters of what belongs to God, the denigrators of the Work of God, the violent persons and all those who, animated by an unholy spirit, spoil, violate and exceed the values taught by the Father. “He, according to the meaning of His name, was great for the salvation of the ones chosen by God, making revenge against the insurgent enemies, to assign the possession to Israel” (Sir 46,1).

He brought his people out with joy, his chosen ones with a song of joy. He gave them the lands of peoples, and they inherited the fatigues of the gentiles, so that they would obey his laws and follow his teachings. Alleluia” (Ps. 105, 43-45). The elect persons, the small remnant people remained faithful to the true God, will fight and win the good fight; they will fight and rise; they will fight and profess the only loyalty to the one God, the King of kings and Lord of lords (Mt 22,14). “They will go to war against the Lamb. The Lamb will conquer them because He is Lord of lords and King of kings. Those who are called, chosen, and faithful are with Him” (Revelation 17,14).

The Holy City will welcome all who want and will want to serve the true God. “I will bring forth a seed out of Jacob, and from Judah an inheritor of my mountains. My chosen ones will inherit them. My servants will live there” (Is 65,9).

Where there is Truth, there cannot be falsehood. Where there is Truth, there is no deception; where there is Truth there is the essence of the Father. Mary, New Jerusalem, Holy City, Door of the Father’s Heart, that retains the faith in the One and Triune God. And She will keep Her purity alive, in the essence and substance. “Those who trust in Him will understand the Truth; those who are faithful will live with Him in love, because grace and mercy are upon His elect” (Wis. 3,9).

So I ask: “Has God rejected his people Israel?” That’s unthinkable! Consider this. I’m an Israelite myself, a descendant of Abraham from the tribe of Benjamin. God has not rejected his people whom he knew long ago. Don’t you know what Elijah says in the Scripture passage when he complains to God about Israel? He says: “Lord, they’ve killed your prophets and torn down your altars. I’m the only one left, and they’re trying to take my life”. But what was God’s reply? God said: “I’ve kept 7,000 people for myself who have not knelt to worship Baal”. So, as there were then, there are now a few left that God has chosen by his kindness. If they were chosen by God’s kindness, they weren’t chosen because of anything they did. Otherwise, God’s kindness wouldn’t be kindness. So what does all this mean? It means that Israel has never achieved what it has been striving for. However, those whom God has chosen have achieved it. The minds of the rest of Israel were closed, as the Scripture says: “To this day God has given them a spirit of deep sleep. Their eyes don’t see, and their ears don’t hear!”. And David says: “Let the table set for them become a trap and a net, a snare and a punishment for them. Let their vision become clouded so that they cannot see. Let them carry back breaking burdens forever! (Rom 11,1-9)

Mary, Mother Church, New Jerusalem, gift of the Father for the Salvation of humanity.