Biblical themes

What is it to have the Holy Spirit?

What is it to have the Holy Spirit? And how do we know that we have it?

To have the Holy Spirit is to be in harmony with the thoughts of God, to think like Him (1 Corinthians 2,16 / 7,40 and Hebrews 10,16).

We know that we have the Holy Spirit when our judgment is in conformity with the prophecies. These had announced the Messiah’s coming and had revealed the main characteristics therein. Jesus fulfilled all these prophecies. Those who have the Holy Spirit recognize in Him the Messiah: “I want you to understand that on the one hand no one can be speaking under the influence of the Holy Spirit and say, ‘Curse Jesus’, and on the other hand, no one can say, ‘Jesus is Lord’, unless he is under the influence of the Holy Spirit.” (1 Corinthians 12,3)

Today, the Antichrist having appeared, those who recognize him have the Holy Spirit, declares the Apocalypse: “There is need for shrewdness (discernment) here: if anyone is endowed with the Spirit, he may interpret (recognize) the number of the Beast…” (Revelation 13,18). To recognize the Beast equates to a new spiritual baptism which exempts the former baptism by water, as this latter had exempted the circumcision by recognition of the messianism of Jesus.

It is incumbent for us to understand the spiritual dimension of the events that are occurring before our eyes. What would Jesus think, what would he say in seeing all that? Would He speak as the Pope? Would He disfigure the messages of La Salette and Fatima? Would He say “God bless Israel”? What would Jesus say about the ecclesiastical pedophilia, about the marriage of priests? etc…

Not to believe that God exists, that Jesus is the Messiah, that the prophets are sent by God, not to believe in the Biblical and Qur’anic prophecies, in good and evil etc… that is not to have the Holy Spirit. See our text: “The Key of the Apocalypse”.

Should the Romans be hated?

“Some reproach the Jews for having killed Jesus. It was still all Pilate’s decision, the Roman governor in Palestine, and his Roman soldiers, according to the Gospels, who practically crucified Jesus (Certainly, under the pressure of the crowd). Should the Romans be hated too?”

A.R.

You ask: “Should the Romans be hated too?”

Hate?! Strange vocabulary! Isn’t there a more adequate word in your horizon? You insinuate then that one should hate the Jews too! If this feeling is in you, do not project it elsewhere.

As for us, we hate neither Jews, nor Palestinians, nor anybody. We are not against the Jews, given that many of them are misinformed and mislead by the Zionist media. We are against Zionism whose goal is Greater Israel (Eretz Israel), which spreads from the Nile to the Euphrates, in dispossessing all the non-Jewish peoples who are at the receiving end of the cry “maout ha aravi” (death to the Arabs). Does this cry come from love or hate? We have an admiration for Jews like the young orthodox Jewish lawyer Shamai Leibovitz, who decided to take the defense of the Palestinian militant Marwan Barghouti, and appeared on television kissing him. We have esteem, even affection, for such Jews and non-Zionist Israelis as the movements of Neturei Karta in the United States, the movement “Shalom Akhshav” (Peace Now), the lawyer Felicia Langer who takes defense of Palestinians, Israel Shamir and other Jews who denounce Zionism and its crimes. We refer you to Israel Shamir website: (www.israelshamir.net).

Should you “hate” him too?

We hate no one, not even the Sanhedrin who condemned Jesus after having denied Him as the Messiah. The just anger and opposition to injustice do not mean hatred, but judgment. One does not condemn a criminal by hatred for that person but by love for justice and to safeguard society. Who justifies a criminal is a criminal too. Moses killed and made war, some prophets too. And Jesus, on occasion, took the whip (John 2,13-17) and demanded that we judge in Justice, without weakness (John 7,24 and Luke 12,57). The prophet Mohammad did the same. To follow your logic, we should close the tribunals and condemn the judges.

It is surely not Pilate who decided to crucify Jesus. You admit yourself that this happened “certainly under the pressure of the crowd”. What more to explain to you then? You have understood all! However, and to clarify to others, we answer according to the Gospels, since you refer to them.

The Gospel declares that Pilate, far from wanting to crucify Jesus, tried, on the contrary, to save Him. The decision to crucify Jesus, we repeat, was certainly not Pilate’s, as you claim. It was the Sanhedrin who condemned Him to death (Luke 23,13-19 and Mathew 27,11-26). Let us not disfigure History. The Sanhedrin threatened Pilate of denouncing Him to Caesar as protector of a man of revolution, Jesus, who incites the Jewish people to raise itself against Rome (Luke 23,2). “Pilate was anxious to set Him free, but the Jews shouted, ‘If you set Him free you are no friend of Caesar’s; anyone who makes himself king is defying Caesar’… ‘We have no king except Caesar'” (John 19,12-15). It is this blackmail which intimidated Pilate whose fault was not to face the challenge. The Romans crucified Jesus, reluctantly; but the will which incited the crime, the hidden hand that crucified Him, was surely that of the Sanhedrin’s who raised the crowd, as you mention it yourself.

Here is why Jesus asked the Father to forgive them because “they do not know what they are doing” (Luke 23,34). This forgiveness covers the Romans who knew not why they crucified this innocent man; they did not want to put Him to death. To the contrary, the Scribes and Pharisees, members of the Sanhedrin, they, knew very well why: they had unjustly refused the spiritual Messianism -not Zionist nor political- of Jesus. They were therefore unjustifiable because all the Scribes and the Pharisees knew well the messianic prophecies. Now, these apply perfectly to Jesus; but the Romans, they, did not know these prophecies. This is the reason for their justification. Did Jesus not tell Pilate: “The one (Caiaphas) who handed me over to you has the greater guilt.” (John 19,11) Because, as John reveals, there is sin which is forgivable –that of the Romans– and another, that against the Holy Spirit, which is unforgivable. It is the sin of Caiaphas and his ilk (1 John 5,16-17). Did they not say: “His blood be on us and on our children!” (Matthew 27,25) They thus recognize their responsibility, not that of Pilate.

Where do you place the hatred then?

What is prophecy?

It is about the prophetic Word which Paul speaks of and its importance (1 Corinthians 14).

“If your tongue does not produce intelligible speech, how can anyone know what you are saying?” (1 Corinthians 14,9)

To prophesy in the evangelical mentality does not mean to predict future events, but to speak of divine and celestial things, clearly explaining prophesies and divine and celestial truths. But there are different ways to express oneself, some are vague, confusing and most often incomprehensible. Expressing oneself that way is to “speak in tongues”, emitting imprecise words, more like babbling… There are good speakers around the world who can only express themselves well in terms of politics, economics, science, etc… These are “prophets” in politics, economics or science. There are seducers who “prophesy” their lies well and able of convincing people with little instruction.

There are but a few spiritual prophets who know well, guided by the Holy Spirit, how to convey the Message and the Spirit of the Father. It is the why Paul says: “The one with the gift of tongues talks for his own benefit, but the man who prophesies does so for the benefit of the community” (1 Corinthians 14,4).

For a long time the Christians did not understand what Paul meant by “speaking in tongues” and “to prophesy”. The movements called “charismatic” began to repeat stupid babbling accompanied with with guitar or other musical instruments under pretext that they “speaking in tongues”. That is not “speaking in tongues”, but are simply wrongly expressing themselves: here is why Paul says: “Anybody with the gift of tongues speaks to God, but not to other people; because nobody understands him when he talks in the spirit about mysterious things. On the other hand, the man who prophesies does talk to other people, to their improvement, their encouragement and their consolation.” Those who speak in tongues, are in need for someone to more clearly explain their thought to the assistants.

I have written many texts. In your opinion, did I express myself in tongues or did I prophesy? Have you well understood what I have written? If I was clear, then I have prophesied. Many, among the clergy, speak in tongues, with no knowledge of it, during their sermons. They say a lot of beautiful words but what do we permanently draw out of them? Bla bla bla…

I will leave you read Chapter 14 of 1 Corinthians.
To speak in prophesy is in fact of the highest importance for us, the Apostles of the Apocalypse. We should all pray to have this gift of prophesy, recommended by Paul in his epistle. Because we “are to prophesy again, this time about many different nations and countries and languages and emperors (it is about the people seduced by the beast) …” (Revelation 10,11)

Jesus says: “As for my enemies, who did not want me for their king, bring them here and execute them in my presence.” (Luke 19,27)

St Paul says to the Ephesians: “You must receive the Word of God from the Spirit to use as a sword.” (Ephesians 6,17)

How do we execute them? With a knife or a sword?
With a “double-edged sword”, that which comes out of His Mouth (Revelation 1,16). Therefore, it is through the Word of Truth that is found in the prophesies, and especially the Apocalyptical prophesies, that we execute the enemies of our Divine Bridegroom. Is it not He Who “will kill the Antichrist with the breath of his mouth and will annihilate the Rebel with His glorious appearance at His coming”? (2 Thessalonians 2,8)

The Word of God, Word of Truth, is powerful. It destroys, executes the enemy. This Word is sharper than a sword. No one has nor can argue against it. “The Beast is Israel”. This Word, it alone executes, kills!!!
Pierre

What is the difference between a saint, a prophet and an angel? Are you saints?

A Saint

In Christian terminology, a saint is a man or woman who has lived on earth, a pure and exemplary life. Some may be gifted, have charisma like Padre Pio for example, St Francis of Assisi, St Clair, all Jesus’ Apostles etc… The Church has canonized them. But there are some saints who are less known, Sir Thomas More for example, King’s Henry the VIII’s chancellor and judge in 1529, and who was disgraced, then imprisoned, and finally executed due to his firm opposition to Henry the VIII’s divorce. The movie “A man for all seasons” relates his edifying story.

In a larger sense, a saint is any person who seeks to know the one and only Truth, and this at the cost of their own lives. To be ready for all persecutions is often the price to pay to discover and keep the one and only Truth. For us Gandhi is a saint. How many so called believers, Jews, Christians, or Muslims, do search to know… They are so catalogued by birth, but do not bother to justify their religious affiliation.

To know the Truth is only halfway. We must remain in it, not to renounce through fear eventual persecutions, or for sordid material gains, or more so, pleasures of the flesh: “If you make my Word your home… you will learn the truth and the truth will set you free”, the Messiah says (John 8,31). Knowledge alone then does not suffice, but to take up the challenge in remaining in the Truth and moral integrity.

Knowing the truth leads to knowing the Creator’s Will and His Salutary plan, which are often opposed to our inclinations, our desires, our human plans and interests. Are we ready to overcome ourselves, to renounce our points of view and to commitments opposed to the line that leads to absolute Truth? Pope John-Paul II himself, in not revealing the “secret” of Mary’s message at Fatima, could not submit his will to that of God. We think that “his sanctity” is but a deceiving human title. Many others who claim to be believers and practicing such, have neither the strength, nor the desire to give up their luxurious comforts and human vainglory to reach eternal glory. Nowadays, this glory is obtained by remaining in the Word of Truth, through witnessing against the Antichrist.

Today, sanctity is to recognize the Beast of chapter 13 of the Book of Revelation, and then, not to let oneself be deceived by her, taken into her subtle webs: “This is why the Saints must have perseverance and faith…” (Revelation 13,10) … “There is need for shrewdness here…” (Revelation 13,18) The saints, today, are these witnesses of the Apocalypse, these martyrs who “even in the face of death, they did not cling to life” in their struggle against the Apocalyptic Beast (Revelation 12,11). They are also those who, at their level and according to their possibilities, “prophesy about many different nations and countries and languages and emperors” seduced by the Beast, the Antichrist (Revelation 10,11). (Read our text: “The Key of the Apocalypse”).

All those who do God’s Will on this earth are saints. He asks us to unmask the Beast and to also establish on earth “the new Heaven and the new Earth” (Revelation 21,1-8 / 2 Peter 3,13).

Sanctity is to know and then to spread the knowledge to those who the Heavenly Father sends us. So, we become God’s beloved. This is sanctity: to win God’s Heart. Happy are those who succeed in doing so.

We are asked if we are saints!
Our response is that of Joan of Arc: “If we are, that God keep us so. If not, God help us to become so!” We think to be on the right path, the apocalyptic Path of the One Who had said: “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life” (John 14,6). The Gospel is surpassed today by Saint John’s Book of Revelation, this “Small Unrolled Scroll” (Revelation 10,2) which, in our age of the end of times of the Antichrist, is “that of Life” (Revelation 20,12) and of the renewal of all things: “I am making the whole of creation new” (Revelation 21,5).

To meditate: Leon Bloy, a Christian thinker, who said: “There is but one sadness: not to be a saint”.

A Prophet

A prophet is a human being, man or woman, who is sent and inspired by God to denounce the faults (Jeremiah 1,10), or to herald one or more future events, the most important of which was the Messiah’s Advent (Isaiah 53 / Zechariah 9,9-10).

An Angel

There are several meanings:

  1. Guardian Angels: Each being that is born into this world is accompanied by their Guardian Angel. They are spiritual beings, not incarnate like the Archangel Michael and the Archangel Gabriel.
  2. Heavenly Angels: Our physical eyes cannot see them. Some saints have intuitively perceived them by divine grace. They fill the Kingdom of Heaven; Matthew 4,11: “and angels appeared and looked after Him (Jesus)”, and also read Matthew 22,30
  3. Angels: also means “messenger of God”: Matthew 13,39-50 / 24,31
  4. Angels: also means “Community chief”, bishop, etc: Revelation 1,20 / 2,1 / 2,8 …
  5. The fallen angels are those who refused to adapt themselves to the divine plan. They revolted against the Creator, wanting to establish a different order. Lucifer (Satan) was their leader. They try, often successfully, to bring men onto their side. They succeeded with a great number on this earth.

Clear discernment helps us in recognizing the holy angels from the fallen angels.

Reincarnation

I believe in reincarnation. Jesus said that: “no one can see the kingdom of God without being born from above…” (John 3,1-11). I have personal and inner experiences to believe in that. What do you think?

The divine revelation confirms that every man is born but once: “Since men only die once, and after that comes judgment” (Hebrews 9,27).

We must be attentive to all that Jesus had said regarding rebirth; it is about being reborn “in spirit, from above”. In fact, addressing Nicodemus He says:
“Unless a man is born (some translate it: again) from above, he cannot see the kingdom of God… Unless a man is born through water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God: what is born of the flesh is flesh; what is born of the Spirit is spirit.” (John 3,3-6)

Jesus spoke of the water of baptism which purifies the soul and makes it reborn through faith in his Person as the awaited Messiah. This same baptism is replaced today by that of the spiritual which occurs by the faith in the revelation that Jesus made in the Apocalyptic mystery (see our text: “The Key of the Apocalypse”).

As for the “inner experiences” of this kind, one should be prudent, even wary of them. The forces of evil are cunning and know how to play on our feelings and ignorance. They seek to relive on earth through us, to possess us to divert us from the path which leads to the Truth. Let us give credit to the Holy Scriptures. They are already pushing us to be reborn, to fully enjoy our stay on earth to be reborn, ourselves, in Spirit and to discover, in us, the new being which we are invited to become, of which Saint Paul spoke of:
“You must give up your old way of life; you must put aside your old self, which gets corrupted by following illusory desires. Your mind must be renewed by a spiritual revolution so that you can put on the new self that has been created in God’s way, in the goodness and holiness of the truth.” (Ephesians 4,22-24).

It is therefore about an internal, personal, spiritual renaissance, which makes of us a new being, regenerated, during our unique passage on earth. Let us make the most out of this passage.

Letter to a soul in research on reincarnation

“Reincarnation; to believe in it or not, is very important. A doctrine such as this can make us miss our goal if it is false. It is incompatible with Christ’s teachings, incompatible with His Church, incompatible with the Holy Scriptures revealed by God.

In the letter of St Paul to the Hebrews we read: “Instead of that, he (Jesus) has made his appearance once and for all, now at the end of the last age, to do away with sin by sacrificing himself. Since men only die once, and after that comes judgment, so Christ, too, offers himself only once to take the faults of many on himself, and when he appears a second time, it will not be to deal with sin but to reward with salvation those who are waiting for him.” (Hebrews 9,26-28)

The soul is a dark domain that one cannot totally sunder. We have already spoken of that. It is why we must accept the only valid Light, the only one in which we can trust, confide in him even if we still do not have the answers to all our questions. This Light is the Christ Jesus. And when, leaning on His Heart, on Mary’s Heart, you will have decided to make a pact with Him, you will discover the mystery of the truths that haunt you.

We had talked about depth psychology (archetypes of Jung). What is surprising is to feel that such a moment, such a person, such a place, such a circumstance had been experienced by me “before”. In fact, it is not previously in time and space. But a predestination, a certain predestination inscribed in our souls in advance, a kind of “pre”-feeling, a “pre”-taste, which is waiting for the proper moment to reveal the most intimate of ourselves and trigger an encounter with the inner Me (the subconscious), then with God in us, with Eternity of which we are already a part of, a face-to-face not with a reincarnate body, but with God’s very soul, a dialogue, not between the me of today and the me of yesterday or the me of yesteryear, but between me and ME, then between ME and God. It is not a matter of history and geography, but an eternal affair that has already started.

It is not something of the past, but of the current future ie eternity.

Nothing must distract us from this dialogue (with God) that must make out of us giants. Any other interpretation makes us dwarves, anxious, prisoners and unsatisfied and does not lead us to the Only Source that has fed you like you had ever been.
Isn’t it true? And is it not a sign of Truth to eat till satiety?

Your soul leans with all its weight to say “yes” to Christ. It is because already for you (for You) there are no other issues that could give you what you have already tasted. He is the One, and there is no other Mary. Where would you go my little bird? They alone make you chirp as you want and frolic as you aspire.

After reading these lines, a wall will collapse and a Ray will liberate you.

On the plan of the soul, experiences and personal feelings can be communicated like, for example, when meeting someone who is joyous, they may communicate to us their joy. Someone who is gloomy can depress us, like those who are called poopers.

As for departed souls, there are some who are envious and evil, and lose us with them, they communicate to us their own feelings, their own experiences, and their knowledge when God lets them do so. “May God protect us from the evil dead, especially the members of our families”, said a saint. These can do us a lot of harm.

These ominous souls, amongst which are diabolic souls, act in us to lose us. In our ignorance and in the blindness of everything that is occurring inside ourselves, we confuse the plans, ie we do not distinguish between what is our own and the feelings or states of mind that are communicated to us, or “innate”.

Sometimes, we get the feeling of recognizing a place seen for the first time: “I have already seen this house, this street, this garden etc…” And we conclude that we are ourselves reincarnated. And yet, this place existed but 2 or 3 years. It is therefore necessary to seek the explanation elsewhere.

It is thus the same way, that God can communicate to us knowledge, His knowledge which we call “innate knowledge” of which we have already spoken, a clear and specific intuition on different topics. It is necessary to distinguish between this innate knowledge and knowledge acquired by our own effort. The knowledge of Christ is all innate, inside us.

This is how a young girl currently takes herself for the reincarnation of Chopin, since she was not even 14 when she played and composed like him. A deceased soul can pass on such an experience. Anyone can, if they desire, in accord with the demons, become overnight a musical virtuoso for an earthly vainglory, attributing that to reincarnation, when reality is anything but.

A lot of discernment and divine light are necessary to discover all that occurs in us and to be able to reject the negative feelings that satanic spirits want to impose on us such as despair, depression, gloom, fear, etc… On the contrary, joy and optimism are fruits of the Holy Spirit. We are influenced by those who we frequent; in good or in evil. “Tell me who you frequent, I will tell you who you are”. This proverb is also valid in the spiritual world.