After the darkness comes the dawn

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by garabandal, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    We are children of the light but the darkness deepens;
    we struggle and stumble and fall but arise again,
    the road is narrow and rocky and the path difficult to discern
    for night-fall has descended on poor humanity, the darkness
    of despair and hopelessness for a world that has abandoned
    the saviour as he enters the garden of Gethsemane.
    He is yet again nailed to the tree of life for the ugliness of sin
    abounds and satan masterfully ensnares many innocents in its
    malevolent path. Many souls are in the darkness of mortal sin,
    the blind leading the blind all ignorant in their blindness.
    Confusion abounds - the smoke of satan has entered into the
    church itself through some hidden fissure and the supports
    are crumbling. The flock is scattered and many lost in the desert
    wilderness where the scorpion and the snake devour.
    A cancer eats at the heart of civilization, the cancer of sin
    which is often justified and promoted as a good, a just
    freedom but in reality a new slavery for he who sins
    is a slave to sin. Lucifer – old fallen star blinds poor sad humanity
    with false promises and false ideology. He masquerades as
    an angel of light but is in reality all darkness, bitterness and ugliness. The fruit
    of the deceiver is all around, the red light of lust abounds; abortion is disguised
    as termination, impurity is disguised as art; homosexual as gay; love as lust; wrong
    as right; darkness as light – deception abounds.

    But in the darkness look to the lady standing on the moon reflecting the life and light of her divine Son.
    She is the mother of the New Dawn, the mother of true civilization, the Mother of Love, the harbinger of
    the new world order, the coming civilization of love. She will crush the serpent’s head with her heel and he will
    be tossed into the abyss. The heart of the Mother will triumph over all of the evil and darkness,
    and her Son will triumph and be honoured by mankind in the coming era of light and holiness through
    His Eucharistic reign.

    You are all children of light - you are wonderful ambassadors of His Love. You are the signposts
    for your families and friends - you are the light for them in the darkness. Keep persevering, keep
    the faith, strive for holiness, seek the divine physician who can heal all your wounds,
    Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the World.
     
  2. padraig

    padraig New Member

    I was at confession today Garabandal, to a wonderful holy old priest I love to go to.

    I feel such joy and happiness with the Lord, cleansed and set free. Such a pity more folks don't go to confession regularly, when I got there both doors were open with the light on, so inviting but no one there. :roll: :roll:
     
  3. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Padraig, you have received the healing balm of the Divine physician.
     
  4. Seán

    Seán New Member

    Lovely thoughts, Garabandal. I gather from your postings that you take to contemplation very well.
     
  5. Mario

    Mario Powers

    The night will never have the last say.

    Rev 22:3-5 There shall no more be anything accursed, but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it and his servants shall worship him; they shall see his face, and his name shall be on their foreheads. And the night shall be no more; they need no light of lamp or sun, for the Lord God will be their light, and they shall reign forever and ever!
     
  6. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Sean,

    I like to contemplate the things of God as they give me joy but to
    be honest the spiritual path for me has been a constant struggle.
    It feels sometimes like running on treacle and not getting very far.
    I am also a slow learner and need to re-learn old lessons [and
    unlearn bad ones!]. I can testify that God is very patient.
    I suppose it is a marathon and not a sprint but human nature
    is such that we all desire to take a short-cut.

    'It takes a lifetime to unwrap the gift of baptism'.

    I have come to appreciate however, that the saints are the most
    remarkable miracles of God. Becoming a saint is the toughest
    challenge imaginable - And each saint has their own unique stamp and
    personality - they are God's work of art; not paintings but pots,
    clay pots shaped and moulded in the furnace of God's love and indelibly
    stamped for eternity in the image and likeness of his divine Son.
    They are the true heroes of the millennia, men and woman so consumed
    by the fire of divine love, so inebriated by the spirit of God that they
    are his new creation, and I believe God takes delight in his saints!!
    They are the joy of God.

    God is like the gardener who takes delight and joy in the beauty of
    all of his flowers; from the majestic rose to the simple buttercup.
    I will never become a rose because simply that is beyond me but
    I rejoice that in time I might be a small little colourful flower that
    the Heavenly gardener will one day take joy at plucking from his garden
    and embracing for all eternity.

    God is so good that it will take eternity to contemplate just his goodness!
     

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