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ALWAYS TAKE THE LAST PLACE Part 1 of 2

Posted by Doming on May 9, 2018 at 2:20 PM

ALWAYS TAKE THE LAST PLACE

Part 1 of 2 CS-112 3-Jan-98

Jesus

1

(I was asking the Lord why He could not change other hearts since He had succeeded in changing mine.)

2

My child, it is really bold of you to try to question My Will

which is wisdom…

The tremendous sins of this generation have penetrated all of eternity.

Pray and intercede, My beloved,

because there is still a little time left before My Day comes.

3

The last shall be first.

That is what I wish and that is what I do…

I oppose My Divine Will to human will,

to the point that My house is filled with people

who in the world occupied the last place.

But I do not do things without a preordained design,

and from that design, I obtain the reason to glorify My chosen ones.

4

Have any of you ever thought of the fact that Peter,

in the face of Judas’ betrayal,

reached the last place among the faithful Apostles?

Yes indeed, Peter, whom I had chosen beforehand,

became the first of the Apostles.

My design was to make him the first

and I declared that to him publicly in front of the other Apostles.

Yet, Peter fell and put himself in the last place

when he denied that he knew Me,

and he certainly would have been lost if given My design for him,

I had not raised him again with a single glance.

5

Therefore, just as it is true that the last shall be first,

it is also true that the first shall be last.

I caution those of you who are first

to be careful to become the last!

6

When I uttered the sentence referring to the last and the first,

I intended to speak about humility.

Humility in fact, always saves

whether one is first or last.

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