Concerning the Comet: The debris would hit the Earth soon, awakening the conscience of man – Jesus said life would continue even after the events of the comet and the other chastisements that would come – Jesus returned and told me a story about the Father and his son in relation to a chastisement. He wanted to parallel it to parenthood.
LITTLE PEBBLE: Last night after Mass, Jesus came dressed all in white and spoke to me about many things. He was so kind, for I was very down in spirit – but He always knows how to lift it.
He told me not to be troubled about the events of the future, nor about prophetic timing. He told me to always simply live for Him, to keep my eyes fixed only on Him – for time itself was also His. Jesus told me to live for the moment in time, only – the future would take care of itself when it came. He said that to plan for the future is fine, but we must always live in the present and for this moment in time.
Our Lord said that the events to be played out in time are to come concerning the comet. The debris would hit the Earth soon, awakening the conscience of man. Jesus understood my concerns, but man was to trust in God – in His Goodness, His Mercy, His Love and His concern for humanity. All that transpires in life is directly, or indirectly permitted by God for our good, even the state of the world today. Though it is not God’s Will, it is permitted by Him for our eventual good.
Jesus said life would continue even after the events of the comet and the other chastisements that would come. He said all that He prophesied about me, the Church and the world would come true, but that I and all His children were to live each day and each moment for itself – for in these precious moments souls are saved; souls are perfected and purified. But all souls need to know that God is in control of all, and there is nothing to fear but to simply trust in Him.
Jesus told me that I would be vindicated from many sources shortly, but then the many chastisements would come.
Later the same night Jesus returned again and told me a story about the Father and his son in relation to a chastisement. He wanted to parallel it to parenthood. I did not write it down last night but asked my Guardian Angel to remind me this morning. As soon as I arose My Angel appeared and reminded me.
Jesus said the actions of a parent who loves their children are the same as the Eternal Father dealing with His children on Earth – only more profoundly.
Jesus explained: You have a son, the son is naughty, so the Father first simply warns him. Then it happens again and again. The son does not take notice, so the Father then threatens the son with a stick. At first the son responds, but in reality he continues on his stubborn way and even scorns the Father in such a way as if he believed Dad would not do it, and he even makes fun of Dad’s threats. Until one day the Father is fed up, because he can see this son is not taking notice even of his threats. So Dad chastises his son with the stick – the son then takes notice.
Who does it hurt the most – the son or the Father? The edge of the stick hurts momentarily, but the real hurt is felt by the Father, because he does not wish to hurt his son.
Once the son has been hit, the son begins to resent the Father, even believing he is a bad Father and does not love him. But, as time passes, the son grows up and becomes a dignified, respectful and loving son. He realises that the Father is not bad after all, but was truly loving because it was the son who had done wrong and needed to be chastised out of pure love.
Likewise, Jesus explained how the Eternal Father acts and deals with His children. He sends His Prophets, Seers and Messengers to warn His children over and over again, to a point where the Messengers are scorned, mocked and laughed at, so the Father then sends trials, sicknesses, plagues, pestilence and natural disasters. Yet, His children then curse and blame God for their misfortune. Instead of realising they have bought this upon themselves.
Then finally, the Eternal Father has had enough, for His children do not listen, so this leaves Him no alternative but to send large chastisements. Then, after these sad events have occurred, mankind will turn again to God in love and gratitude.
But God, like a Parent, chastises through love, not hatred, and desires so much that His rebellious children turn from their foolish, weak ways and listen to the One Who truly Loves them, that man must learn and understand how much it hurts God to chastise His children.
This was a lesson Jesus wants the men of the world to learn and understand about His Loving Father. For God’s Love for man is so great that He sent His only Begotten One, Jesus, the Word, to them.
The ‘Little Pebble’