Much is already written about God’s Will, and about saintly holiness being possible only by completely doing God’s Will.  This new way to holiness Jesus proposes to Luisa is that one must go from “doing God’s Will” to “possessing the Divine Will as one’s own” – by living in it. This “living in the Divine Will of Jesus” is the greatest gift He wants to give to people, because He desires us to be fully actualized and restored to Himself. Here is what is new in what Jesus says to Luisa: the Divine Will works in the person and that person works in It in a Divine Way.  So, we aren’t just doing what God wants us to do, but we let His Will become our will and His life our life. This continuous exchange between the human and Divine will restores the divine likeness that was lost through sin. Through this gift of His will to the individual, God forms “His life” in the person, who now serves as “another humanity” for Him through this union of two wills, human and divine, united in one act of willing. That person becomes “another Jesus” not by nature, but by the gift of grace “because as He is, so are we in this world” (1 John 4:17).