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The Book of the true Life 7
The Lord says:
1. Behold with your spiritual vision the star guiding you to the presence of your Father.
2. The Savior brings you divine warmth with his word which your anguished spirits need because of life's painful journey.
3. If you seek me because of your suffering, my love welcomes you. Trust and accept this holy manifestation.
4. I wish to be near you so that your heart will truly feel my presence. During this night of tenderness and harmony, I wish to be one with you. I want you to remember that I am your first light, the divine promise, and the tireless Master who works to make your spirits perfect and worthy of God.
5. I want to be so near to you that it would be impossible for us to be separated even momentarily. Behold that I come to fill you with tenderness, hope, and healing balsam. I want you to remember that it was on a night like this that I came to earth to reveal with my life and examples the path that leads to the kingdom of heaven.
6. Come to me and receive the essence of this word in your heart so that your prayer, which silently escapes from your heart, can harmonize with the hymns of heaven and earth during this sacred moment.
7. Pray everyone; pray for the poor, the unfortunate, the sick, the orphans, and for prisoners. Pray so that your thoughts may comfort those who suffer, encourage the afflicted, and wipe away the tears of those who cry.
8. There is not one amongst you, including those with a hardened heart, who is not touched during these moments. However, to think of others, it is necessary to forget oneself. Then we will truly be one during this moment of spiritual communion.
9. I have come to visit you in your solitude. When my teaching for this day comes to an end, I will leave an unforgettable fragrance as a sign of my presence.
10. Allow me to gather the withered flowers that your saddened and wounded heart presents to me so that I can leave you with faith and hope.
11. Your heart is what my Spirit seeks today so that I may arise once again in the heart of humanity.
12. Truly I say to you that divine love will begin to flourish in your heart when you develop your law from my words, when you follow my footsteps, and imitate my deeds. To bring you the seed of immortality, Jesus became man many centuries ago.
13. I come now to explain the reason for that love since you have not been able to understand it.
14. Your spirit trembles as you listen to me, and it tells me: "Father, it seems that I may have been with you in that time; your words bring back memories. Master, will you rid me of that doubt?"
15. Truly I tell you that during that time spirits and men alike witnessed my return and my work in the world.
16. Your spirit is the same, although it may have lived in another mansion or inhabited a different body. Today, it weeps with different eyes but it is the same spirit, asking the same questions. It continues to question me and tries to contemplate and discover who I am. I say to it be not afraid and remain at peace, because the spirit Will always be learning about me and spirituality. To comprehend the divine lessons, it is necessary to be humble, to persevere, and to have great faith.
17. You often yearn to know first what is profound and later what is less important. However, begin by knowing yourself. Analyze and question yourself, and you will behold how you can be nourished with the flame within you that God lit with the fire of the Holy Spirit.
18. You do not fully understand this teaching, because you realize that divine enlightenment depends on your level of evolution. However, I assure you that those who seek me in their innermost being, which is the temple of their own spirit, will soon obtain an answer to those questions that have remained unexplained for centuries.
19. It is natural for man to question and to feel uncomfortable with spirituality. He cannot truly comprehend those things that are spiritual and divine, because of his limited evolution. No matter how much the Master speaks of the greatness of God, man is unable to conceive the importance of that truth.
20. I refer only to what one should know about God, for you will never be able to understand everything, nor understand it all as you would like.
21. The Master says that only God truly knows God.
22. O my people, behold the profound silence with which the universe in this hour greets and offers worship to God. Everything enters into a gentle obedience, a divine contemplation, and a profound worship.
23. This occurs because all beings and all creation know that I am giving my word, the same word that was spoken through the lips of Jesus. Men and the elements obeyed his word, incurable illnesses were cured, and the dead were resurrected.
24. The one who knows how to prepare and elevate himself on this night of spiritual festivity will feel the presence of those you call angels, which are invisible and intangible. If you would truly separate your spirit from its material body, you would behold the countryside, cities, homes, and space illuminated with the heavenly brilliance of countless beings, messengers of light, peace, and love.
25. The heavens draw near the earth, and its light seeks those who stop to remember, as well as those who have forgotten the spiritual truth.
26. Rejoice, O humanity, at least be joyful during this night since you still do not know how to feel this peace eternally!
27. Rejoice with the true joy of the heart, which is tenderness and the return to kindness. Rejoice with spiritual joy, which is eternal illumination.
28. Those who remember when the Rabbi came to the world have named this night a holy night.
29. All beings come together under the divine influence of those memories. Those who are not present are remembered, offenses are forgiven, families are reunited, friends visit one another, and hearts are filled with hope. On this night when men manifest a little tenderness in their hardened hearts, and some become more spiritual and less materialistic, it appears that everyone awaits ,something unknown which they are unable to explain. However, I ask: Do you believe that only this night deserves to be called holy by mankind? With a bit of love, could you not make every night and day of your life holy, realizing that every moment in life, without exception, is indeed holy?
30. You say to me: It is a night we remember each year as the one when you came to the world bringing a message of love. I respond: That hour marked the birth of the one in whom the Word would come to incarnate. However, my Spirit was no closer to man that night than it was before and is now.
31. Since your daily life is not devoted entirely to the law, the truth, and love for one another, you must try to be united spiritually on this night, of remembrance.
32. Come and seek me in a humble manner, trusting in the charity of your Father for all your needs.
33. Do not come with feelings of greatness or vanity , for I say to you that I prefer you to be in need and sinful, yet humble, as you attempt to wash your stains in the pure water of my forgiveness.
34. Oh, if you could come with me in spirit, you could perceive all human misery from here!
35. If the powerful and the wealthy wish to be with me on this night, I would take them in spirit to those places of suffering and poverty which they do not want to see.
36. I would then tell them: Leave your festivities for a while and together we will go to those places where your poor brethren live; we will see how they live on this holy night, which is one of sorrow for some and celebration for others. I would tell them: Do not be afraid, for I only ask for a few moments and soon you can return to your feasting and laughter. Then I would take them from place to place showing them how humanity suffers, like the poor elderly lonely mother, who mourns the loss of her beloved sons who were taken by war.
37. That woman lives only with memories and prayers. As she drinks from her cup of bitterness, others indulge in pleasures. Her spirit awaits only for the moment of its departure from the earth, since her hopes in humanity vanished long ago.
38. Later I would show them young children who wander among humanity, a humanity that does not respect the lives of its brethren, expressing neither love nor understanding for those in need.
39. I would make men listen to the profound questions of children, who in their human innocence ask why there exists so much injustice, hatred, selfishness, and cruelty.
40. Then, I would take them to places where one hears the moaning and weeping of the sick, those whose bodies have collapsed like weather-beaten branches. They are the sick, the dejected, the forgotten ones.
41. Afterwards, I would take them behind prison doors to the thousands of beings who have fallen into the darkness of captivity due to a lack of love, charity, light, justice, and peace.
42. Thus, in every site I would show them all the misery and suffering caused by the ambition, greed, hatred, materialism and the endless thirst for power of those who have become arrogant with their false power. Although some regard themselves as powerful, they are not. They only prevent others from possessing what justly belongs to them.
43. I do not summon them, for I know they disregard my voice that speaks to them through their consciences.
44. However, you, my people, who are listening to me and are familiar with deprivation, loneliness, coldness, and orphanhood, and who are able to identify with those who cry for justice, come to me. Spiritually we will visit the sick, the depressed, and all the poor and forgotten ones of the world.
45. Come and behold how I extend my cloak, joining it with yours to shield all of humanity in a loving manner. Come and hear my spiritual voice saying to those who weep: Cry no more, do not be depressed, awaken to faith and to hope, which are enlightenment in the path of life. Truly I say to you that if you once again are watchful and pray with true faith, these days of suffering will be shortened for humanity.
46. Yes, my beloved people, from where you sit and listen, you can allow your spirit to come near my mansion to better contemplate, understand, and feel the tragedy of mankind, your brethren.
47. Do you see those multitudes who are full of inspiration? They are soldiers who have stopped fighting for a few moments to offer me a few minutes of prayer and remembrance. However, their joy and inspiration are not real. They eat and drink to ease their hardships because great sorrow exists in their hearts. They suffer, O my people, and they suffer greatly, especially on this night. It is a torture for them; every memory is a thorn, and every name and face they recall is a wound.
48. Although you may be poor, peace exists in your homes, and you are able to be with your parents, children and wives. However, those soldiers have to endure the bitterness of not being able to embrace their loved ones and the anguish of thinking that perhaps they may not see them again.
49. Many of them suffer as they destroy human lives, homes and cities, sowing misery, grief and mourning. Thus they believe they have lost all rights to return home to peace and to their loved ones.
50. I am aware that many of them are not guilty; there is no hatred or evil in their hearts. I know they are victims, slaves and instruments of others who are truly evil. - r; ~ »
51. I am the only one who can rescue them. Only my love can shield them, for they are alone in the world.
52. You, my people, who cannot imagine what that hardship signifies, but who presently have been touched with my word, send them your thoughts filled with charity and light. Truly I say to you that they will feel strengthened and encouraged and will pray and wait for the war to end. Thus, instead of the thundering noise of battles, they will once again hear those beautiful words, Peace on earth to men of good will.
53. Pray, O my people, making it possible for mankind to await the dawn of a new day, and to remember my promise of better times, of spirituality and prosperity.
54. I also tell you: Let us now go to the hearts of children and seek those in great need. Behold them; they sleep, and in their sleep they judge no one even though they suffer.
55. There is no bread on their table today; nevertheless, they rest with hope for the new day. They are clothed in rags, but they are not ashamed, for they are innocent. They smile although their bodies lack warmth. They are angels on earth, for in their innocent smiles they reflect some of the purity of heaven.
56. O innocence! Shield them with your fine mantle, for they are of the kingdom of heaven!
57. All of you regard this as a holy night. I pour my blessings upon all of my children.
58. Know that I am yours and you are mine. Remember that I proved my love for you by coming to live among the humble, being born in poverty, battling obstacles, and dying in disgrace.
59. You cannot say that I do not understand you, for I have not only seen your suffering, but I have experienced it as well.
60. I also speak to you about the elderly, of those who long ago left the spring of their lives and who today feel the coldness of winter. As they grow older, they lack strength, energy and health. Work becomes more difficult, their limbs are weak, and now their services are no longer needed.
61. Thus the elderly see themselves excluded and abandoned. They feel dejected and are overwhelmed with sadness. Therefore, they experience misery, hunger, and loneliness. I speak to you about the elderly, for they are !also in need of your help and comfort. Love them, o my people, and you will have the right to sit down at the great table of the spiritual banquet where I will say to you: Blessed are you who, in imitation of the Master, are able to embrace ail those who suffer.
62. Therefore, be charitable. Then I will take your hands and allow my blessings to pass through them. Never again will you oppose my taking what is yours and giving it to your brothers. Thus, when you tell me, "Father, all that is mine is yours," you will say it with your heart.
63. If during your lifetime you have practiced charity, continue to do so. However, if you have not, then begin with the first needy person who knocks at your door whether it be one who is sick of spirit or of body, a widow, an old one, a child, or anyone who is suffering.
64. Keep in mind that those truly in need represent Jesus, and that he is in each one of them to tell you, "I thirst." It is a thirst for you to love one another.
65. Is it possible for the human heart not to be moved before the great scenes of suffering and misery which humanity offers? Yes, it is possible. I have seen those who have not experienced suffering caress their material riches with more love than they have for human beings, the children of God.
66. Beloved people, you have accompanied me during these brief moments to visit the needy, and for this I bless you. Do not think that I abandon the rich and the powerful, for even though they appear not to need me, I am the only one who truly knows their misery and bitterness and is truly aware of their misfortunes. Presently, they believe they have everything. Therefore, why should they seek me since, according to them, I am the Christ of the sick, the outcasts, and the dejected? They are unaware that my mission is to save them from their false splendor in order to give them true and eternal happiness.
67. Other than you, my people, do you know who has tenderly listened to my word and has felt her spirit vibrate with love? It is Mary, the Maternal Spirit, who dwells within the bosom of the Creator. Her essence will always be united with the memory of Jesus.
68. Her life on earth, although longer than mine, was short, for she came before and departed afterward. Her words, brief and gentle, were a heavenly caress.
69. Feel her in spirit. Love and seek her spiritually; know that she will be with you in all your deeds of charity, that her mantle of intercession and tenderness is extended over a suffering and bloody world. In your suffering and weeping you can hear a voice tenderly telling you, Do not fear, be confident, for I am here.
70. Thus, my people, you have been with me; my inspiration has penetrated your heart on this holy night, and I have made you forget all your hardships.
71. Pray, so the light of your Savior may guide and lead you through the stormy sea that you are now crossing. My Peace be with you!
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