The message of Saint Michael, as given to Father Montfort Okaa, should be a reminder to us all, as Pilgrims of St. Michael, of the awesome task of our vocation. The gift that God the Father has given to St. Michael is the power of prayer. And the more that St. Michael worships, prays and adores God, the more God reveals to him all that could be lost, should he decide to turn from Him.
Therefore, it was in his ecstasy of love for God that St. Michael proclaimed his battle cry, “Quis ut Deus!” (“Who is like God!”). In this message, St. Michael declares to us, “I have brought you power to pray and fight with God and for God and to win all battles with prayer - the weapon of God.” As we see the daunting task before us, we must be disciples of St. Michael — worshiping God with all our might through Eucharistic Adoration, faithful daily attendance to Holy Mass and praying the Holy Rosary — making this the essential part of our mission against the forces of evil in the world.
Satan would much more prefer that we ignore the Holy Will of God, and that we oppose the injustices in the world in a secular way, or that the MICHAEL Magazine be without any mention of God or devotion to the Blessed Mother. As if God does not matter, when promoting Social Credit. WE MUST NOT BECOME POLITICAL ACTIVISTS! That is exactly what Lucifer did when he chose not to give worship to God by saying, “non serviam!” (“I will not serve!”). And the further he went away from God, the more hatred he developed for himself, the other fallen angels and the entire human race.
As Pilgrims of St. Michael, we must remain faithful to our vocation and recognize that the only solution for combatting the evils of this world is to consecrate ourselves more and more to the two wounded and bleeding Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal in 1917 promised, “In the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph”.v