I Do Not Want Your Ruin, But Your Salvation

The Lord says: "I did not say a single word which is useless and do not say one.   I did not say a single word that is not true and do not say one.   I did not say a single word which is impossible for the spirit, in which the spirit cannot believe.  (I mean the spirit which is generated by God, part of God Himself enclosed in you.)   I did not say a single word which you cannot practice, if you just want to do so, for I am Intelligent, Just, and Good and do not give foolish orders, burdens superior to your strength, nor do I make demands which, because of their severity, are in contrast to goodness.

Be faithful to Me, dear children.   Accept my Word without wanting to criticize it, and where your weakness does not arrive at understanding, turn to Me: the Light of the world...

I, God, assure you that I do not want your ruin, but your salvation, and, like a sitting hen anxious about her young, I hold you in my embrace because I am anxious about your eternal life.   Do not depart from my embrace.   I am faithful to my children; be faithful to Me.

How beautiful the day will be when, after having loved one another, through such a vast distance of ether, you will come to Me forever, and we will be able to love one another sempiternally:  lights having returned to the Light;  lives having returned to Life;  spirits having returned to the Spirit;  children having returned to the Father;  exiles having returned to their Country;  heirs of a King received into the kingdom of your God, the King of kings and Lord..."

The source of all goodness and wisdom is God, and this particular message was conveyed through: Maria Valtorta the Notebooks 1943, revelations from Jesus to her, [Pisani/Murray, p.338] (Recommend Bible as primary source and these teachings as supplemental)

ForLove ForLove
46-50, M
Feb 28, 2010