. . . I love you. I am very pleased with your work and intention. Those who go to it will be blessed in a special way. The re-enactment of [Christ’s birth through] the play is very important, and those who honour and remember Christmas as Christ’s birth will be rewarded and remembered.
. . . They underestimate, as many do, the nativity play. The re-enactment of the birth of Christ is honoured and blessed. Many accept only part of God’s blessings [gifts]. For though you do not know the future, you must not underestimate the value of the present. The question [you ask] is mysterious and complex, for I am happy for their family and their prayers are heard. But I also bless those who saw the re-enactment of the birth of Christ. Those who came, those who helped, those who directed and prayed and cared about the play of the birth of Christmas — they shall be blessed.
[“What should I do now?”] For now, rest, and return tomorrow, for I have much I want to tell you and many others [the world]. The interest you have in cultures and countries is one I am pleased with and will be incorporated into the plan, but do not let it hold you back from seeing me, for I love you and have much to explain and tell you and others through you; I have a plan for you and I want you to come even closer to me so I can guide you. . . . I love you.
Rejoice, for soon is the anniversary of the birth of Christ.