She is described as dreaming of the Second Coming, which could be hastened by reaching the hearts of people like these two "scheming bums", Woody and Pop. The next line is:
Sure, they let us in.
There are no quotation marks so it appears to come from the voice of the narrator. This shift to first-person is unique in the story.
It could be read as a universal first person, from the point-of-view of Mrs Skoglund, referring to the harvesting of lost souls, or it could refer to Woody and Pop, thereby more closely linking the narrator to Woody. Or it could be a mistake. Or something else.