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(Message # 98)
8/26/1990
Prayer Brings You to Me

(August 26, 1990 58)
Nancy said, "You came [Jesus appeared] and I didn't say the prayer you taught Me." Jesus has taught Nancy a prayer and when she says the prayer, Jesus appears.

Jesus said, "I am showing you I am present all the time. Do you think prayer brings Me to you? Prayer brings you to Me. All prayer prepares you for Me. When you set the table, do you set it for yourself or for your guest? Is the food you prepare for you alone? Does food come from Me and help nourish the body? If you have no food for the body, if you are weak, you cannot then come to Me. Food comes from Me. You prepare it and give it back to Me.

"Everything comes from Me. The love you have. The food you have. I am a circle. I am infinity. Stand anywhere on the circle. Place anything on the circle then go any direction on the circle and you come to Me. What I am trying to tell you, everything comes from Me and comes back to Me.

"I sustain all life. I am the creator of life. You cannot sustain yourself apart from Me. There are many examples you can use: the vine and branches, the seed and plant, the father and his children."

Nancy said, "I feel peaceful."

Jesus said, "Like being one with Me. Remember this moment. Every moment can be this way. I am never apart from you." [Nancy had been very upset and anxious earlier because she was being independent and not depending on Jesus.]

"Remember, My Mother gave you a teaching in the field. She said, 'I'm walking with you. I'm standing next to you.' My Mother always echoes My words." [Our Loving Mother spoke these words to Nancy in the field, but Nancy did not see her at that time. She was trying to teach Nancy that she is with her even though Nancy doesn't see her].

"If you reflect Me, how can you not echo My words? That is what growing is all about.

"Bow your heads. I will make the Sign of The Cross over your heads."

Then the vision of light went away. Nancy asked, "Why did the light go away?"

George said, "I can't figure it out."

Jesus said through Nancy, "Can you figure Me out?"

George said, "No way. I don't try. I just try to learn."

Nancy said, "When the vision ended, I realized then I was not on my knees." Jesus then appeared again. He said, "My apostles did not walk on their knees."


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April 14
The betrayal of Jesus in the words of Pope Benedict XVI


April 14, 2006

Nancy was talking to a friend this morning, Good Friday. She asked her friend, "Why was I betrayed by the people that I trusted." Her friend told her that she had just read an article about the betrayal of Jesus in the words of Pope Benedict XVI.

"...According to the Pope Judas freely chose to betray Jesus: 'an open rejection of God's love.' Judas according to Ratzinger "viewed Jesus in terms of power and success: his only real interests lied with his power and success, there was no love involved. He was a greedy man: money was more important than communing with Jesus; money came before God and His love." According to the Pope it was due to these traits that led Judas to "turn liar, two-faced, indifferent to the truth," "losing any sense of God," "turning hard, incapable of converting, of being the prodigal son, hence throwing away a spent existence." (AGI)

After her friend read the words of Pope Benedict XVI on the betrayal of Jesus by Judas, Nancy said, "we have received a powerful teaching on Good Friday."

Note: Earlier in the week, a priest was speaking about the controversy about the gospel of Judas.  He said from the pulpit, "The difference between us and Judas is that Judas never turned back to God."

April 13, 2006 - (news article that was read)

VATICAN: POPE BANISHES JUDAS' GOSPEL
(AGI) - Vatican, Apr 13 - The Vatican, by word of Pope Ratzinger, grants the recently surfaced Judas' Gospel no credit with regards to its apocryphal claims that Judas betrayed Jesus in compliance with the latter's own requests. According to the Pope Judas freely chose to betray Jesus: "an open rejection of God's love". Judas according to Ratzinger "viewed Jesus in terms of power and success: his only real interests lied with his power and success, there was no love involved. He was a greedy man: money was more important than communing with Jesus; money came before God and his love". According to the Pope it was due to these traits that led Judas to "turn liar, two-faced, indifferent to the truth", "losing any sense of God", "turning hard, incapable of converting, of being the prodigal son, hence throwing away a spent existence". (AGI) .
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