Jesus stood before me in all of his risen glory. Transformed and radiant, his body was glorified, Just as my body is also glorified and as your body, O reader, will also be glorified if you just listen and heed my messages. This is why I speak to you. What happened to Jesus and what happened to me is also meant to happen to you.
You are called to be taken up into the glory of the heavenly Father and to live forever. This is the call and the power of your Baptism. This gift can never, never be taken away from you. However, you can throw it away. You can reject it. You can choose to sell it for a bowl of soup (like Esau) or for thirty pieces of the world’s silver (like Judas). I will explain this glory so you will never throw it away as useless or sell it to the highest bidder.
Explaining the Resurrection
At his death Jesus’ soul left his body and came before the Father who bathed him in the fullness of glory. On Sunday morning, that soul filled with glory entered once again into his body. This caused his body to rise from the dead. Because of this glory, the body itself was changed into a glorified body, unable to suffer and die, able to come through locked doors, to appear and disappear in the many times that Jesus came to his disciples. Finally, that glory lifted Jesus to the heavenly places, where he sits at the right hand of the Father.
The good news is that Jesus communicates that glory to all who believe in him and in the power of his name. This is your destiny, O reader, and why I constantly speak.
I am the first person to experience the fullness of the resurrection, when my body also was lifted up to heavenly glory. This is called “the Assumption of Mary”. This is the treasure which Jesus and I want so much for you. It is yours if only you listen and live according to these messages. I am preaching now to the whole world.
Comment: Mary explains the cause of Jesus’ bodily resurrection, which is the divine glory available to us through Jesus.