How God Loves
August 20, 2015 A.D.
August 20, 2015 A.D.
Our Lady of Medjugorje said on January 25, 1999:
The Lord God said to Noah:
“…I set My bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between Me
and the earth…” Gen. 9:13
While it is beautiful to remember this promise of God to Noah, a promise we can
visibly see on earth, we must also remember what brought about the covenant: the
flood and punishment for sin. This is in the character of how God loves.
A Friend of Medjugorje wrote:
when we stray from Him, He draws us back in a way that Israel's history reveals so
many times… It is important to understand that a parent is most demanding of his
own children. God is no different of His own people as His children. They are His first
reflection of light and His love and obedience. The Christian life is supposed to be
as potent as salt, which keeps preserved that which is prone to decay, as with meat
preserved by salt. In this case, society (the meat) has gone by way of reprobates
because the salt (Christians) has gone flat. Who is to blame - those perverse sinners
(meat) or the Christians (salt)?”
As Go God's People, So Goes the World (1999)
Our Lady of Medjugorje said on September 25, 1986:
An examination of conscience and confession of sin is in order. The world is under
judgement, its ways are under judgement and be assured that God is already acting.
All that is a false glitter, every high altar to every idol will be torn down. Prayer is
necessary in order to be enlightened as to what has to change in our lives, and to be
in God's truth. When the storm of judgement clears, peace will follow...
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