All Conversations in My Heart
Monday, January 07, 2013
  Another junk prophecy.
It is amazing what Catholics talk about those times when they are not gossiping or when there is not a priest around to hear them or their views and the eerie versions of faith which they hold. Catholics have little true knowledge of what the Church teaches, or has taught over her history. Many Catholics today are far more sensual than spiritual, far more unfortunately, yet they never meet a priest face to face for as John Paul 2 said in one of the books written about him, “there is nothing better for a parishioner’s soul than a face to face discussion in the confessional”.
Locally there are many people in this parish who think that because of some of the things I say or get involved in, I have a certain kind of madness. Many of them and I am surprised so many Catholics. Now we know there follow all sorts of happenings on the 'Net. This part of our faith I see as some kind of conspiracy and a lack of knowledge of God. Can I write or make this comment? I think so. I cannot imagine God wanting to destroy His creation. It does not hold water (anymore). Using that cliché as a pun, God said He would not do it that way again. Furthermore the Church has allowed Scriptures to be translated changing the miracles into natural
happenings. It makes a liar out Of Jesus' life as though He is neither God or Supernatural. They make His actions and life preternatural. How horrid and what a dreadful shame this is? Of course being English born I can remember Cardinal Newman's book and his explanation of very few miracles in scriptures and many explanations of how they were “Natural happenings”.
Now I would join at the head of the line to agree, but with the proviso be very careful on what you say. First consider what Jesus accomplished and demonstrated to the Jewish witnesses, when He healed the eyes of a young boy whose eye sockets were empty. He said they were this way as God had wanted it for a reason. Do you not think His healing was to show the Hebrews that He, Jesus, was God and Creator? What is your answer?
This is why it so important to keep in mind why we are here and what we are to do. We must love and serve Him in this world and to be happy with Him forever in the next. This catechism answer presupposes very personal saving of our own soul. The Saviour said, “If you love me you will keep my commandments”. Keep I think, should be qualified by “must”. Therefore before we start seeing all sorts of supernatural wonders and demanding them of God we have to be very sure of our salvific works for our eternity. So forget your dedicated vehemence in believing in raptures and three days of darkness and therefore thinking God is going to point His finger and destroy His creation Think more of saving your soul and being prepared for the natural disasters that God will allow in different areas of the world. It will be as scriptures tell us God yanking on the reins, giving us that gift of the Holy Ghost so many are missing, the beginning of wisdom, the fear of the Lord's ways. There is no wisdom book in many bibles outside the Catholic Church and I have often thought because of this, “There is no wisdom in being protestant”.
Another very fallacious and horrific piece of theological prophesy is the interpretation of Divine Illumination. It seems we will be in a manner of thinking like the Charismatics careless in their discernment who in the early 1900's sat on their roofs in the noonday sun in the American mid west. Now it seems we are all going to stand in the future at some time undefined staring towards the east and as Christ flashes by, we will all know our eternal future. How stupid and what a foolish view of God? God is not to be mocked by foolish thoughts and idiotic interpretations. Our God is perfect fairness, and gives us every chance to repent. What this is, are temptations which make God look at us as though we are mentally deluded. It was written by Greek Philosophers, “the Gods first make men crazy”. So what Gods are these that make us constantly see God as a destroyer of all the beauty He created in us and for us? Not the One True and Living God but the hateful maniac that makes his followers laugh at God as some kind of comedian. Not for me, but then I know better. The Divine Illumination, the prayer that Blessed Mary taught me over a period of three months in 1995, culmination with the woman clothed on the sun standing on the moon at Teyepac and a glorious fireworks display as She left. There were about thirty spectators at 9 pm that Christmas Eve. I have used that prayer as Blessed Mary told me, “Say it over many”. Let me tell you this, the fright that takes some is genuine and terrible. The amazing thing is that, the most frightened are the most self professed good Catholics. One in ten priests are severely scared. Amongst the others those who seem to be humbled by past errors are so thankful. One said it is so beautiful. This is the exception that proves the rule. It is only a fleeting moment for the one or ones to whom the prayer is directed. We could not experience the feeling of loneliness or the beauty of God without losing our senses.
Now here is what you should do. Take this your parish priest, ask him for his take on this Blog. Do not be surprised if he scoffs. He is conditioned this way by the vow he makes when he places his hands in his bishop and promises allegiance forever. Always ask him if you are not satisfied where there is an error.


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