Looking at one's actions before the Lamb of God
Sometimes I find as I get introspective and think about my way of life and at those other times I examine my conscience and pray to see the state of my soul in the eyes of God, the thought comes to me and I truly wonder if all you other catholics do the above examinations. Do you, I mean do you truly ask, of God, in His Son's name what He will do to you when the final day of judgment comes? Not the first one but the one that will come when the age is at an end. The Age that will follow the present age of Pentecost, when we in our arrogance and stupidity finally reject God's covenant and charity and the final age of Justice begins. That time when we will all, those still here, we , without the choice we have now, have to turn and face Him with honesty. Right now Mary's tears and weariness tell me very few in the Church will be able to face His Justice, with innocence let alone impunity. I hope that when I die so many will have prayed for me so with the help that God's justice permits I will be free of this dreadful torment called life upon earth. That is why Mary asks me so many times to pray for the Church, to pray for others, to pray for the souls in purgatory, pray for the souls outside the Church that are in a impecunious state of grace. So many of those I have been taught are in a sorry state as they have not received a solemn baptism and must languish in Purgatory until we practice Charity and pray for their release. This is what Mary's request means when she asks us to pray for lost souls. I do know that God does not hold the sins of our father Adam and Eve against us but nevertheless, His peace and justice must be paid for and we must for those who cannot help themselves a wait for our Charitable prayers and offerings. So many of our relatives and friends await our help. Purgatory must be emptied and until God sees we are serious He will visit us with the same kind of Charity we give, do unto, others. God help the Hierarchy, locked into some kind of collegiate unity, a danse macabre if there ever is one, they will all receive the same punishment as the most sinful of their companions in arms. Arms they seem to raise continually against Heaven and allow others to use them sinfully against the Eucharist.
I read other catholic blogs and I see pandering, ignorance and see of hope and faith. I see silly laity whose opinions are worthless on the road to salvation and God's anger touches me at other pompous souls who have definitely fallen from grace. I read stupid interpretations on the rite and rituals and the teachings of God and even worse snotty egos telling God he is wrong. How long do you think this rejection will be stomached before God's bowels will vomit us all out. Love cannot stomach gastric acids that poison the bowels. He warned us twice in Scriptures He will vomit out the tepid. How much more will He rid Himself of the poisoned love we describe as His?
In the catholic Church we have a benchmark by which we can judge ourselves. Deny this writing as wrong or accept it as right but think deeply. We are as a priest I read wrote a composition of Body and Soul. The Body shows the state of the soul. It is an outward sign of inward grace, a catholic staple teaching. This is confirmed in the Old Testament by sin causes bodily upsets, sickness to some, mental problems in others. Read of Saul's mood swings after he knew of his sinfulness. The benchmark which is a tremendous sign of what we are is the Virtue of Religion. You cannot tell me you love and adore the Trinity if you rent limo's to go to drunken parties, rent tuxedos to attend them, buy expensive foods and wines to drink at them, yet I say, you wear jeans and work clothes, rarely clean your soul, and saunter boastfully to the altar to receive Him, many of you chewing gum with your hands in your pockets. Where is your adoration and true belief in what you are receiving. Do you have one, when you do not display it as a example of your latria? You almost make your attendance at communion a roast and joke at the Man who died for us so we might receive Him under the Veil of bread and wine. Sometime soon the veil will be dashed aside and I would not want to be in my place or yours at the results we will receive.
Now am I wrong I hope so I would rather really be crazy than see the suffering about to come. The illnesses, famines and other punishments that will arrive. As Jesus and Mary have said, "We can no longer hold up (back) the arm of God. Read I suggest Hosea/Osee and pose this question is the Old Israel more sinful than New Israel? Are the desolating sacrifices and thus the fornication with the serpent more desolating to God than the indifference offered to Him as He sacrifices Himself for us?
My advice for what it is worth take this to your Parish Priest and ask him bluntly is this worthy of belief?? can you??
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