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The soul is your wedding garment



"The soul is your wedding garment. The garment when stained is dirty. This dirtiness is due to sin. When a soul brings her soiled garment to me all sins are forgiven and the garment is made clean. When the root of sin is not dug up and pulled out some stains will reappear on sins that have once been washed away. For it’s the roots of vanity, pride, and sensuality that have to be dug up and plucked out. As the soul progresses, I actually will put the soul into a position where I will cause the soul to be so tempted that she will fail. Not for the concentration to be on failing but to enlighten the soul on all the roots that cause it to go awry. This revelation although disappointing and frustrating to the soul brings more vigor to stay on my straight path. It’s like the blind being given sight on what was not seen before. This is a dangerous place as a soul with pride and self-control may be led to despair thinking it has lost all virtue. But the humble soul who knows I Am the source of all good, realizes that I Am purifying them. Leading the blind so that they can find My way."



"Let us be glad and rejoice, and give glory to him; for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath prepared herself. And it is granted to her that she should clothe herself with fine linen, glittering and white. For the fine linen are the justifications of saints" Rev.19:7-8.




"Confession is the soul's bath. You must go at least once a week. I do not want souls to stay away from confession more than a week. Even a clean and unoccupied room gathers dust; return after a week and you will see that it needs dusting again!" St. Padre Pio




God, who loves all invites everyone to his table. It is our choice whether we accept His generous invitation. With this generous invitation God also expects us to come to His table with love and respect. We should examine our wedding garment, our soul. Is it clean of mortal sin? Is it able to approach the throne? St. Paul urges us, “But let a man prove himself: and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of the chalice. For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself, not discerning the body of the Lord" 1Corinthians11:28-29).



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Words are powerful!  God literally used words to create the Universe by speaking creation into existence.  In Genesis 1:3 God said, "Let there be light," and there was light. What a beautiful act of love! God uses this communication through the Holy Spirit to "speak" sanctity into us! To transform us from sin to holiness. 

Graces are the supernatural gifts God gives us to help us gain eternal salvation. 

When we surrender ourselves to God we can be led by these truths and be transformed to  become more like Jesus!

 

 

GRACE +OUR SURRENDER

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To know Him, is to love and hear His voice.

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