Well Gittles, I took you up on your offer and went to the Holy Love Ministry website and read a few messages. It didn’t take me more than three messages to get the impression is that they are not authentic.
People experiencing visions and locutions need to be under the advisement of a good spiritual director to help them discern if the messages are authentic, or a demonic deception.
Here is one from 1/5/08 that set off the red flags for me:
The true disciple does not allow Satan to choke out the truth of these Messages in search of approval. If My apostles had waited for the Pharisees to approve of their ministry, there would have been no Christianity. Today, My disciples, recognize the urgency of these times—times that hold life itself in the balance. They are not afraid to stand out as My own in the midst of secular humanism. They recognize the truth and defend it.
The implication there is that the message comes first before Holy obedience to the Church. It compares waiting for Church approval to seeking the approval of the Pharisees - a dangerous setup for future disobedience when the followers conclude that spreading the message is more important than obedience should a Bishop declare that the messages aren’t to be promoted.
This whole thing reminds me of Bayside, where years after the seer died, none of the messages that were so urgent have come true, no promised miracles have occurred, and some are continuing to promote the apparitions in flagrant disobedience to the Bishop who has condemned them.
Sounds to me like something Satan would do - lure people in with a “nice” message and then snare them into defiance and rebellion.