While every soul is give a mission, Marguerite's Mission is described as follows:
"The distribution of my gifts to all souls and to every soul in particular is made according to the order established by uncreated Wisdom; since what suits one does not always suit the other.
You are particularly beloved.
Everyone on this earth has a mission to fulfill. Yours is to make Me better known and loved. It is to recall to men how much I love them." (2nd July 1967)
Marguerite's mission goes beyond the mere communication of what she learns. The Message is realized first of all in her very person; born in a godless family and living in a godless milieu, Marguerite has to live the love of God throughout the difficulties of every day: it is in this way that she contributes to the realization of the Message, that she is an example for the others. Her merits will help to spread the Message and to make it find acceptance by men. Two quotations may clarify this:
"My little child, you are only one soul among so many others of whom I am particularly fond. But like them you are weal and sensitive to the vicissitudes of this life, in the sense that your poor nature does not willingly accept complete destitution.But know that the value of your testimony of love modified somewhat by human nature, in increased tenfold by the generosity of the efforts you are making." (15th July, 1967)
To whom is addressed the Message of which Jesus is the author and Marguerite the channel? The answer is evident: in general, to all men and women, in particular, to the Little Souls.
Why, in particular, to the Little Souls? Because by their co-operation they will bring the Message to all men.
To define to whom the Message is addressed, we refer again to texts of the book which mention the Message:
"All that you write under my guidance is destined for simple little souls of good will. It is through you that I wish to reach my very little ones and they will recognize my voice." (9th March, 1966)
"Your mission: to make my Message of Love known and appreciated by some; and to recall it to others who, knowing it, forget it." (1st Aug. 1966)
"What a beautiful poem of love is ours! I promise that those who make it their book of life, will be rewarded, even in this life, by an abundance of special graces." (9th Aug. 1966)
"The Message of Love to Little Souls is destined to be diffused widely in the world." (14th Aug. 1966)
The souls that listen with faith to my Message of Love, will be inflamed with a supernatural fervor." (11 Sept. 1966)
"And truly I say to you, the world is free to accept or reject it." (18th July 1967)
How can the main feature of the Message be best described? In short, we may say with St. John, God is Love. God's plan of salvation has involved man in his community of love. This makes us understand the first commandment: Adore and love on God supreme. We know that God has loved us first, as St. John tells us.
The Message insists upon a trinitarian view of the Divinity.Our attention ought to be directed to each one of the three divine Persons. We consider our being a child of God, our conformity with Jesus Christ, our being the temple of the Holy Spirit.
The Message stresses a particular attribute of God's love for man: it is called, Merciful Love. In fact, God's love is merciful because, on account of our faithlessness, we have absolutely no right to it. We are unworthy of this love. At the present time, which is marked so strongly by infidelity and ingratitude. God's love is particularly stressed.
"Since my Message is based on love. I can speak to you of nothing but love." (8th March 1967)
"Keep this commandment forever in your heart: YOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD YOUR GOD WITH ALL THE POWERS OF YOUR SOUL, WITH ALL YOUR HEART, AND WITH AL YOUR MIND."
(12th Feb. 1968)