|Posted by Doming on April 24, 2018 at 8:35 AM|
WOE TO THOSE THAT CHOKE THE GOOD WHEAT!
Part 1 of 2 CS-107 30-Dec-97
Well, My daughter, you were able to be docile
and manage that situation calmly and intelligently
since this little sister has become convinced that you are genuine.
Now reread the Message of the day before yesterday
and you will realize why I spoke to you that way.
It was to prepare you for this trial so that you would not be too upset
by certain attitudes of people who should be supporting you
and do not do so,
and instead, poison the souls of those who surround them.
You have been able to see it for yourself.
You see how the chaff inserts itself among the wheat
and tries to choke the delicate roots of the good wheat
with its own rancid roots…
Woe to those who stifle the good wheat
and will make use of anything to accomplish that.
Now listen. I want you to try to stay calm and serene.
Given your temperament, I know that is not easy.
But you must do so. I will help you.
Nevertheless, tonight you leave tonight
and I do not want you to associate again with those people.
That is to say, you will help them,
but I do not want you to get involved in a friendly relationship.
It is pretty awful to see that in a religious Community; is it not?
But that is how things are, and if I have allowed it to happen,
it is so that P.N. will take notice,
and will see whom he can really trust.
It is for him to learn to be wise
when he talks about anything to do with you.
The naysayer laughs,
knowing that he is heard by so many of his followers.
When he laughs, he believes he has achieved complete victory,
all the more so because men and women approach him
without the least suspicion of his malevolent influence.
He excites passions and envy.
He stirs them up beyond what is natural and he waits,
savoring beforehand the final fall into his arms
of so many deluded, wretched ones.
He has followers everywhere even in convents,
followers who do not believe themselves to be his followers,
and everywhere there are victims, even in the corridors of My Church.