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DO NOT THINK ABOUT YOUR SIN ANYMORE, I HAVE DONE AWAY WITH IT WITH THE SALUTARY BATH OF MY BLOOD

Posted by Doming on December 14, 2015 at 4:05 PM

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                EPHESIANS

(Italicised entries are Catalina's words)

 


DO NOT THINK ABOUT YOUR SIN ANYMORE, I HAVE DONE AWAY WITH IT WITH THE SALUTARY BATH OF MY BLOOD

CL-56 11-Jan-96

Jesus

1

You must think relatively about past times.

You need, on the other hand, to look at what I place before your eyes

showing My Divine Wisdom.

Direct constantly the gaze of the soul towards Me

and do not let it be preoccupied about things

that I have already cleared away

with a salutary bath of My Blood.

2

The troublesome thoughts return

because one does not believe in My Will,

of which the very act of desiring --- that is to say

the act in which My Will is transformed into action ---

accomplishes the miracle of definitely erasing all your past sins

which have pain

and accomplishes the purpose of reforming.

3

Therefore, whoever looks back with thoughts of anxiety offends Me

and will have no peace

as long as they may not believe

that what most interests Me in the creature

is to destroy sin and its consequences.

And, for that reason,

no sooner does a soul accept the action of My grace

and puts itself at My disposition,

then I take the care of removing from it even the smallest stain.

And not only this,

but I also manage to dissipate your bad habits

so that they never return…

May everybody be dominated by new and holy habits!

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*This entry is part of a continuing series of messages I will be posting given to Catalina Rivas from Bolivia--sometimes from Jesus or, at other times, the Blessed Mother--with Imprimatur of +Mons. Rene Fernandez Apaza, Archbishop of Cochabamba, April 2, 1998. This is my little way of making the messages known. For those who want to read the messages in their entirety, please see http://www.youshallbelieve.com

 

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