Thursday, January 31, 2008

Immaculate Conception

Immaculate Conception


The Virgin birth of Jesus was never substantiated in actual scientific proofs by natural reoccurence. However, it is deemed true by countless Catholic men and women because it was the foundation upon which the spirituality of the soul of God was transformed into man. We do not rely on faith and mysteries alone in the Catholic Church but on the positive proofs that the belief in the incarnation has generated. It has brought about a celibacy, prayerfulness and clean living that had elevated the individual to a height of communication with our Divine Being, Blessed Mary and Saints. It had transformed countless derelicts and woeful people into peace-loving beings. Now I say unto you, when the Lord has looked into your soul on Judgment Day, would you find yourself with calm and happiness or with sin in mind. Vengeance is created
By those who do not understand a purity of the mind and soul. Angst and anxiety are brought forth when the soul is in turmoil as well as worry over a loved one and/or a cared for one. Who is it that do not create a person of beauty, a subject of affection, a creature of comfort, a love that long to be purified and accepted, a direct channel to the most Wondrous Being, a life that needs more living, a sincerity, security of intention and more, much more communication and equality in mind, spirit, and body and an understanding of self is unhappy. We long to
Form a good God-loving, Christian circle and touch our palms to our forehead in abeisance to the God who created man and woman in His own image and likeness and when they failed sent His only begotten Son so that they may make purer the intention and path of the Lord. I say unto you, begone oh most Evil One for here comes the Creator of the path of glory and honesty, of love and virtue and the sharing and breaking of the bread so that we may have life and may have it more abundantly.

I adore you, dear Lord of Lords and King of Kings, the Holy Incarnate, who laid His Life upon the Cross so that we may never perish and have life abundantly in everlasting peace. Amen.

No comments: