From Noah to Christ
'Look at these two prophets that heard the voice of God, proclaiming a new mankind and the end of an old era: the end of the imperium of abuse and power, heralding an age of love and compassion. This is the return of the christ-consciouness.
Today we see another turn of the tide: an old paradigm, an old culture stumbling on its last legs, trying to save itself, but unable to surrender to the voice of God, asking us to return to the garden of divine consciousness in corporation with human consciousness. You are all tested in your faith, in your courage to give up the old ways of doing things, to open up old wounds so they can be healed with the loving presence of the divine, and to step forward to a new way of perceiving yourself; not acting from your own personality, but in co-creation with the divine, being an instrument of love.
This is the ultimate goal: don’t do anything alone, on your self, but ask for assistance all the time, ask for closeness in all events, no matter how big or small they are, and you will be given more then you can imagine. Healing is constantly available for those who ask. Don’t be shy to ask for what you need and what you want. Being humble is the only way to reach your greatness. If you allow us to work through you, you will be doing greater things then you could ever imagine. Together we create a new peace on earth, a new heaven and a new world, that is based on inclusion, on compassion and on love.
Drink this word, become love, become compassionate, first towards yourself, then towards others, then to the whole world. There is nothing to fight against, just embrace everything that comes on your path. Be the prophet you are destined to be. Let your voice be heard. Shout from the rooftops in thankfulness and joy, because I, the son of God, has made you whole by calling you towards him. By asking you to be his servant and accomplish in the greatest scheme ever told: the healing of the world, in this hour of darkness…….'
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