1. From the Book of Exodus
n the morning of the third day there was thunder and lightning, with a thick cloud over the mountain, and a very loud trumpet blast. Everyone in the camp trembled. Then Moses led the people out of the camp to meet with God, and they stood at the foot of the mountain. Mount Sinai was covered with smoke, because the Lord descended on it in fire. The smoke billowed up from it like smoke from a furnace, and the whole mountain trembled violently. As the sound of the trumpet grew louder and louder, Moses spoke and the voice of God answered him in the thunder.
Ex 19, 16-19
1. Public cult changed into a private affair
God the Father: Write. I want to teach you the reverence that is due to God. The world has convinced you that to worship God means to pray in the heart and to be good in a way more or less similar to the model that My Son has left to you, while walking on Earth. However, this way of thinking led to taking away the places of worship from Me and turning them into places useful to man. Public cult, turned into a private affair, removed to a great extent the signs of My presence from the surface of the Earth. Mankind became pagan. The priests became indifferent. Human hearts have clung to what is beautiful and rich, seeing their god in it, and thus to the cult of money and man, who became a living calf to whom they give glory. Examine the images on the walls of your homes, buildings, shops, restaurants, workplaces and convince yourself who is the god there.
I turn to your heart, in order to make this generation aware that it is a pagan people, which does not worship God. Those few who strive to give Me glory, do so ineptly, believing that I am content with anything, and because I have everything, I despise external worship, expressing itself in the rich furnishing of the temples, the elaborate workmanship of the liturgical vestments, or the humble attitude of the faithful who kneel before My Majesty. A part of society became savage, turning to elements, primordial beliefs and nature in a dimension disparaging to human dignity. The second part drove out any spirituality out of its own consciousness, limiting itself to seeking truth only in reason and feelings.
The Church has changed together with the world surrounding it, and because of this it ceased to be seen as eternal, timeless, supernatural and mystical in the human perception. The adaptation of the Church to the needs of man for many years resulted in the reduction of worship given to Me, and the undeification not only of the Church itself, but even of Me. Because if I am God, the Creator of all people, why is My home uglier than your homes? If I am full of power and glory, why do I inhabit the poor corner of the cathedrals erected in My honor? If I am the Holiest of Holies, why do I allow unworthy hands to touch Me? This is My Passion, which I suffer in My Son on all the Altars of the world. This is the price of love, which I have shown to man by gifting him with free will. A mediocre cult results in a mediocre faith, and although human pride is crying to Heaven for vengeance, I show mercy by choosing you and telling you what I require. Despite the fact that pagans are treading upon My holy chambers, worshiping the building that is My home, despite the innumerable sacrileges and the lack of reverence that surrounds Me, despite the dirt and negligence that I have to suffer, I remain present in My temples in order to suffer to the end in My Son and to the end to save souls from eternal damnation. I am an infinitely merciful God. I will do everything that I can to save each soul.
The mystery of My love outrages you because man is not capable of such humility and such self-destruction out of love. I repeat to you, however, that I am God. In this downfall and debasement, I show you My greatness even more and more clearly than I showed it to young Israel on mount Sinai. I am calling you today to this mountain, as I once called Moses. I am coming to appear to the people and to speak with you, but I am not hiding in dense smoke as I once did, but in dense dust that covers My holy places. I do not speak to you among the sound of trumpets, but among the sound of guitars, laughter and the buzz of the world that drowns Me out in My temples. I will speak with you, and you will be repeating My words, everything that I demand of you. Come tomorrow. I bless you in the name of The Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Translated from: Orędzia o czci i kulcie Boga, Grzechynia 2018, p. 21-25