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MAN: WHY DO YOU TORMENT YOURSELF IN YOUR ANGUISH IF YOU KNOW THAT I LOVE YOU? Part 2 of 2

Posted by Doming on June 21, 2018 at 9:50 PM

MAN: WHY DO YOU TORMENT YOURSELF IN YOUR ANGUISH

IF YOU KNOW THAT I LOVE YOU?

Part 2 of 2 CS-139 24-Mar-98

Jesus

6

On the other hand, in Paradise

everyone enjoys My Will and they avail themselves of it

in order to obtain what they desire without contradiction,

without delay and in full.

They remain obedient and, therefore, I give them so much

that they are filled with all My help.

Moreover, they are filled with Me

so that they are all transformed by Me.

7

What an abyss between the condemned and the blessed!

8

Therefore, once you know that receiving help

depends not only on Me but also on you

and precisely on the state of adherence of your will to Mine,

consider well why I have you yearn for those graces,

which on certain occasions seem to be urgent or important to you.

And you will find that it is all a question of your submission to Me,

submission on which rests your own good,

your peace and the resolution of your anxieties.

9

I hope that you want to understand Me,

and never forget that by speaking so openly to you

about My help and your anxieties,

I, in so doing, am offering you help that you have not asked for.

The help of understanding Me, the help of being able to follow Me,

things much more important

than what you would like Me to grant you now.

10

Reflect, rather, upon the fact

that only a true lover knows how to give the beloved

all of his resources, his means,

and that never, save the case of the death of love,

would the lover withdraw from the beloved.

11

Oh, if you knew what strength there is in My Words, in My advice,

in all!

 

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