|Posted by Doming on October 9, 2017 at 12:50 AM|
OH, IF YOU ONLY KNEW WHAT YOUR LORD HAS PREPARED FOR YOU!
Part 1 of 2 CM-151 4-June-97
My daughter, up above, where the traveler finds happiness,
a chorus of holy Angels greets the incoming saved souls
paying tribute to Me,
the Savior of loving and eternally enamored souls.
The whole chorus of Angels echoes triumphantly
in greeting the soul that has reached the port of happiness,
and the soul amazed at the splendor, focuses its gaze on Me
who was awaiting it, filled with Love.
It is not only the Angels that crown those of you
on the day when you radiantly enter My Paradise,
but also other holy creatures are present to pay tribute to you
with praises and love.
You will find the heavenly spirits all gathered together to greet you.
You will see some that are close to you now
out of affection and human need,
prophets of the Old Covenant and giants of the New Covenant,
famous Saints in Heaven who were always unknowns on earth.
Pontiffs, Priests, divine victims and creatures who lived righteously
in the midst of idolatry and barbarity,
men and women of all past ages,
Martyrs and Virgins, little known heroes of families,
the occasional earthly king and a vast number of other holy creatures
whose names are written in My Heart
and in Heaven above in gold letters.
But other better known Saints will meet the soul
that is making its entrance into Paradise.
At long last, you will meet your guardian Angel
who accompanies you with a noble train of other Angels
gathered together to watch over you and guard you,
providing you with My Holy Word
and anointing you with the oil
that My Holy Spirit desired for your benefit.
All those brothers and sisters of yours are awaiting you
and you will receive from all of them a very warm embrace.
Yet, all that is the least of it!
Oh, if you only knew what your Lord has prepared for you!
Imagine that you are some really poor peasants
who return tired and hungry to your wretched rural dwelling
where you cannot hope for more than the little relief of rest
and a poor meal.
Weary as you are,
imagine that one night instead of your poor and humble dwelling,
you find a palace that you had no idea existed,
and that that palace, an incomparable gift,
was given to you unselfishly by a magnanimous king.