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I WANT TO INTRODUCE A DIVINE PILOT TO YOU

Posted by Doming on May 7, 2018 at 8:05 PM

I WANT TO INTRODUCE A DIVINE PILOT TO YOU

CS-110 Part 2 of 2 2-Jan-98

Jesus

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Now humans do fly, but in a cumbersome way, in their planes.

I have no intention of talking about those dangerous trips

because the flight I am talking about is the flight of souls.

So then, the birds are an ideal representation

of the agility of one’s soul

and the bird’s life is something that resembles

the invisible life of each human being.

In the flight of the soul, which is a product of Mine,

it will find food, discover new horizons and gradually strengthen itself.

7

Do you want to fly? Yes?

But which pilot will you trust? Do you know any?

8

Up here where I am, they talk about a certain Nazarene

who has a license for every flight.

They say that his skill is beyond anyone’s reach,

that He knows all the mountain tops over which it is best to fly

so as not to hit a mountain side.

They say that He has caused people with lame and bent legs

to take incredible flights.

9

Do you want to fly? Well, then here is the address of that Pilot:

Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.

Go and find His house.

It is on a low hill where you will see three trees,

and one of them carries the initials of that Pilot: INRI…

Pay attention and you will see Him nailed to His Cross.

Yet that is how He flies and causes others to fly.

Do not be afraid if you find Him suffering

because He says that by flying, He suffers

and by suffering He flies.

10

Oh, My beloved! Let Me see you close to Me.

Let Me embrace you on your sublime flight

which you must take with Me, your heavenly Pilot and loving God.

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