Got another question for you. I know God, Jesus and The angels would never hurt anyone. But a strange thing happened to me last night, I said, "Oh, it would be so great if I got Food Poisoning. I could get sooo much work done and I could get some rest." And well, last night, I did get Food Poisoning. I was vomiting and aching and shaking. And I am home from school today. Would God, Jesus or the angels try to teach me something? Is it just a coincidence or is it a moment of "Ask and Ye Shall Receive?"
Thank you once again for writing to me. You are very kind and a pure soul. I can hear it in your voice and see it in your writing. Thank you for being so kind.
*hugs and love*
Align Yourself With The Path...
Jesus and the Angels are not there to hurt us, in fact they aren't even capable of hurting us, they are only PURE LOVE. I think what you experienced was MANIFESTATION. You asked for something and you received it. You are rapidly seeing this manifestation process work in your life! So... rather than hurt your self or use manifestation to extremes which hurt yourself (being sick), ask for what you want in a positive way. Choose HEALTH and perhaps better time management skills rather than having to choose sickness to what you want. Ask for what you want, and then align yourself with the path that the Angels map out for you... it is easy and quick AND It will be much easier on you!
Hope you're feeling better!
Hey, it's Katie. :)
Listen, I was wondering something. Can you ask the angels questions?
I've always wanted to know. You know movies like the "Da Vinci Code" Or "The Last Temptation of Christ." What do God and the angels think of them? Do they just see them as films for humans or entertainment or something else. I've always wanted to know. Last night, I saw a few scenes from "The Last..." And I know there was so much controversy around it... but in it, I saw a Jesus who overcame obstacles and who was loving and caring and truly the son of God... and yet so many people got angry because of one scene. If Jesus (And I don't believe he did, but I'm just thinking) had a family, wouldn't he have made a great father and a good man? God created children, he created us. I don't believe Jesus had Children with Mary Magdalene, but I do think he would have been an amazing father. :) And in a way, to those who followed him, wasn't he?
Anyway, I was just wondering. Thank you for your time.
Kudos and Love,
Hi Katie... thanks for saying Hi again!
You asked a GREAT QUESTION!!!!! These movies are there to OPEN YOUR MIND and to help you question your faith. God speaks in the stillness of your heart and it is there that you will know the Truth! I totally agree about you with the "Last Temptation"... the movie was controversial, but it ended right and the it showed the HUMAN dimension to Jesus that people forget about. He was FULLY HUMAN and FULLY DIVINE. I believe He experienced life very much like we do... He laughed, He cried, He even had to have faith and QUESTION His faith too. Remember, He said "My God, My God, Why have you forsaken me???!!!" Basically saying, "Where the heck are you God???!!!" If JESUS can ask these questions, we can too!
I am not worried about you one bit my friend... you're right on track! You are curious about life, you ask the right questions and it totally sounds like you're making the right conclusions when it comes down to it all. Does it matter if Jesus had children or not? NO. Do we know if he did... No. We need to LISTEN to His words and follow Him. They asked Him... "Jesus, what is the Greatest Commandment?" and He said, "LOVE... To LOVE GOD.... and the Second is like it... TO LOVE Your neighbor as yourself!" SO... LOVE, LOVE, LOVE is the Secret. Follow the path of LOVE and everything will be fine.
LOVE you my friend...
I believe, that no matter what, God LOVES US and has the ultimate ability to forgive us of EVERYTHING. His Mercy outweighs his wrath.
We need to do our part in showing God just how much we Love Him. Too often we just live our lives without thinking about how our actions might affect other people or the environment etc. Because we walk in such selfishness, we absorb negativity and become depressed and have difficulty seeing the Light. When we can open our eyes to the TRUTH and the LIGHT which is ALWAYS surrounding us, then the "problems" we have will simply melt away. When we open our eyes to the Light, we can see how each and every step we take is part of God's Plan of Goodness for us! It becomes clear what decisions we are to make.
When a person's eyes are closed to God working in their life, until we opens our eyes, we will continue to live in the darkness which we have created for ourselves.
We choose where we live... We choose to Live in the Light, or we choose to live in the darkness!