Marcelle Bartolo-Abela is the Maltese-American author of books on faith and spirituality in daily life. She is also a lecturer and psychotherapist. Bartolo-Abela holds a particular devotion to God the Father.
Deification is the transformation of man into god through the grace of God. Predominant in Eastern Christianity, but marginalized in Western Christianity, Bartolo-Abela explores how it is deification, not just salvation, that was and remains the intent of God for mankind.
A Voice Calling God's People is a call from the barren wilderness, a cry from the heart, to God's own people, to return to Him who loved them, who was their first love and who is infinite love. This book was written in the Upper Room during the vigil of Pentecost, 2013.
The lived experiences of the author with the Members of the Divine Family and others are presented openly in print for the first time. These experiences occurred from 2010 through 2012. Written in dialogical narrative style suitable for believers and non-believers alike, the author chronicles first-hand some of her personal experiences with archangels Michael and Raphael, and the Divine Family.
In this book, the background of the revealed, diptych, ecumenical icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts is presented, together with the related Consecration (Seal) Prayer to the Almighty Father.