Miscellaneous

Pre-marital relations

What is your position concerning pre-marital relations?

Our position concerning pre-marital relations is not “ours”, but that of our Savior: “I say this to you: if a man looks at a woman lustfully, he has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” (Matthew 5,27-30) We have known people who wanted to have as husband or wife only one person who could share, not so much their bed, but their thirst for the spiritual. They aspire to read in depth together, the divine words of the Holy Scriptures. To love God together. Saint Exupery said: “Love is not to look at one another, but to look together towards the same goal”. Let us therefore not put our physical relations before our feelings. We are called upon to exalt our conception of the relationship between man and woman.

The French philosopher Jacques Maritain and his wife Raïssa were in love with each other. Yet they never knew each other sexually. This certainly does not mean that all couples should imitate them. But their example pushes us to consider the matrimonial relationship towards a dimension other than the physical; then the rest will come. This is what sanctifies oneself with the help of heavenly Grace and prayer. Joseph and Mary of Nazareth, them too, loved each other and got married without ever knowing each other sexually.

As for pre-marital relations, they are normal nowadays for the world. As for us, we have been chosen to witness, in this world, against this sensual mentality. On the spiritual level, a man and woman living far away from God and having intimate relations between them, are already married according to God and to us. They should consider themselves so, linked to one another and faithful to each other. As soon as they get closer to our Father, they are called upon to legalize their union.
For those who want to live according to God’s Plan, the practice of continence before civil and spiritual marriage is the way to follow for their sanctification and the testimony before men. Because, a so-called “sentimental” relationship just aimed at satisfying the senses, with such a person or another is adultery. Also, we should well pray to merit a holy husband or holy wife. Such a marriage becomes sanctifying.

Contraceptive products

What do you think of the usage of contraceptive products?

Their usage depends on some particular cases. Those who already have children and cannot have others for valid reasons (material, physical, psychological, etc…) are justified. God is an understanding Father. Demanding from a couple who have had twins twice, to abstain from using contraceptives does not seem just to us, especially in our difficult and demanding times. All depends on the spirit in which we act. So, if it is simply some to satisfy sexual pleasures that we marry, if it is to flee from paternal or maternal responsibilities that we are largely capable of assuming, if it is to party here and there every night or every weekend that we give ourselves to contraceptives, then, yes, such irresponsibility, such immaturity is to a large extent a damnation for the soul. Fatherhood and motherhood are a purification which leads to holiness.

Marriage: A Testimony

What is your testimony regarding marriage?

Answer: Letter of Pierre2 (2005):

Dear brothers and sisters,

The OFFICIAL engagement of S. and M. give to their parents the occasion to bear witness to their and our spiritual engagement, of our indefectible Marriage with God through Christ. In this week of the 13th of May, day of the apparition of the blessed Virgin in Fatima, we owe to God and to this Immaculate Mother this testimony.

Some of our youngsters are in relationships together by love and already live together without being married… nor even engaged officially. Such is the mentality of this faithless world. Now, for us who believe in God, this relationship is sanctified by a union declared frankly and blessed by God. This blessing is obtained by the acknowledged and blessed marriage (therefore civil and spiritual). The world on the contrary, is happy with concubines who live together in rosy times, to separate when the petals wither after the euphoria and enthusiasm of the early days and first kisses… Love between a man and a woman is a commitment for the better or for the worse. It is not limited to spring kisses and “intercourse” under the “protection” of contraceptives (harmful to women’s bodies), of condoms, etc… “‘For me there are no forbidden things'”, Saint Paul says, “Maybe, but not everything does good… I am not going to let anything dominate me… But the body—this is not meant for fornication (illicit intercourse); it is for the Lord…” (1 Corinthians 6,12-14).

“You know, surely, that your bodies are members making up the body of Christ… use your body for the Glory of God” Paul adds (1 Corinthians 6,15-20). I mention these verses considering, of course, that you are Christians! If you disapprove of them, know at least that you are not Christians… or are no longer so.
In this case I have nothing to say to you. Lead your worldly life as you expect… at your own risk and peril, to the detriment of the Spiritual Life!

Parents – if they want to bear authentic witness to their faith – are held responsible to warn their children living in concubinage… openly or discretely. Parents in solidarity with a concubinage displayed by their children are a counter testimony to their faith in God, and certainly not blessed by Him. They contribute in increasing the spiritual darkness in this world, already so dark and far away from God. They will have to render count to Him… them too! He is on trial against them!

It would be good for parents to discuss with their children already engaged in love and cohabitation, to talk to them frankly. They need to tell them:

– We cannot endorse a non-legalized relationship. If you really love each other, declare this love by an official engagement followed by a marriage blessed by God, as we did.

– You are an example for the others, mainly for your sisters and brothers. An example to follow or to avoid, depending on the case. You risk to shock, scandalize, to make them imitate you, to spread the immoral epidemic. If you are believers, manifest your faith by legalizing your love in the eyes of God and society. If you are not, we do not support your morally impure union in the eyes of God and under divine sanction. “Do not model yourselves on the behavior of the world around you, but let your behavior change, modeled by your new mind. This is the only way to discover the will of God and know what is good, what it is that God wants, what is the perfect thing to do.” Saint Paul says (Romans 12,2)

– If you are believers, that is what you must do. If you refuse to hear us, we refuse to acknowledge you, to support you and approve of you. You are free! We too!

I communicate to you this message from the part of the Father.

Pierre2

What do you think of spiritual and civil marriage? Can we separate them?

The marriage blessed and desired by our Father is one. The spiritual marriage and the marriage before men are one.
If we are to be married before our Father (that this be in private around the Communion with Jesus, or before our spiritual family), we should also get married before men, ie before the mayor. The two things are inseparable and should not be separated in time.
Civil marriage is important, it being a testimony before men.
Jesus said: “Pay Caesar what belongs to Caesar – and God what belongs to God” (Matthew 22,21).
There are human laws that we must respect.

Pierre2 had said to a couple with force after their spiritual marriage: “Now hurry up with the civil marriage. Testimony before men is important”. He always insisted on the spiritual marriage before God and on the civil marriage, effected at the same time. He advised a couple in Lebanon that was married spiritually to go get married civilly in Cyprus, because civil marriage alone does not exist in Lebanon.

Do not be a cause of scandal:
And most of all, most of all, our behavior must be irreproachable, not to be a cause of scandal or a pretext for deviations.
In this world completely gone mad, where there are no more rules and where everything is permitted, may our conduct within our spiritual family be a clear example that cannot be misinterpreted by others. We think especially of our youngsters.
It is therefore good to refrain from physical relationships as long as we are not married before God and before men.
Otherwise, we become a counter testimony, because people who see us would think that we are for liberal unions.

It is important, that ALL BE CLEAR AND TRANSPARENT, especially on such an important subject as marriage.

Jesus, our Beloved Brother said:

“Have you not read that the Creator from the beginning made them male and female and that He said: This is why a man must leave father and mother, and cling to his wife, and the two become one body? They are no longer two, therefore, but one body. So then, what God has united, man must not divide.” (Matthew 19,4-6)

Man and woman must therefore leave their parents and found a new home, by assuming the responsibilities of the commitment, whether on a spiritual or a temporal level.

“You are light of the world. A city built on a hilltop cannot be hidden. No one lights a lamp to put it under a tub; they put it on the lampstand where it shines for everyone in the house. In the same way your light must shine in the sight of men, so that, seeing your good works, they may give the praise to your Father in heaven.” (Matthew 5, 14-16)

May we always be a light that illuminates and warms the hearts by fidelity to Jesus’ Spirit!

In no way, should we open the door to the acceptance of the “liberal relationship”. For if we do not legalize our marriage (spiritual) immediately by civil marriage, then we live in “concubinage” before men.
It is a counter testimony and that destroys our Father’s plan.
Our Father had said, a few years ago, regarding two of our youngsters who had a liberal relationship:
“16.05.2005: ‘Saboteurs!! The same that sabotaged the foundations of my Church'”. (Two youngsters of the family who practiced the liberal relationship)

To meditate: Not to be a cause of scandal (1 Corinthians 8,13).
Paul also said:
“We who are strong have a duty to put up with the qualms of the weak without thinking of ourselves. Each of us should think of his neighbors and help them to become stronger Christians. Christ did not think of himself…” (Romans 15,1-3).

By practicing continence before official marriage -thus spiritual and civil- we follow God’s Plan and we bear witness to the love as our Father wants.

A brother of Lebanon, inspired by our Father said: “The one who marries before God and not before men (civil marriage), deceives God, because he does not bear testimony before men to what he did before God”. He was pushed by the Holy Spirit to say that. Indeed, he not only deceives God, but deceives men too, because he hides from them that he is married. Now, marriage is not a private affair. Marriage is an insertion into society with responsibilities. We cannot make of it a private affair uniquely before God.

Civil marriage and the family are the foundations of our society. It is why the Zionists work hard to abolish marriage. Be careful not to go in their direction. It is they who have launched the slogans, very popular amongst the youth like: “Marriage is just a document”. This argument has no base. So, everything is but a document. The most important contracts are made on paper. Moreover, this paper is signed before the mayor and in the presence of witnesses. It is a “document” that involves the law, among others, for the protection of our children. And laws are made to avoid chaos and abuse in society.

European and American societies are very much permissive. Liberal relationships has entered into the customs and unconsciously, some do not even react in front of it.
Jesus had said to Pierre2: “Say to Israel: Halt. It is the Europeanism…” (15/05/1983).
With Pierre2, we have meditated that and say that the European mentality is rotten. It is overrun by the Zionist-Masonic plan, which seeks and provokes the dismantlement of society through the destruction of families.
We do not model ourselves according to the world:

“I beg you, in a way that is worthy of thinking beings, by offering your living bodies as a holy sacrifice, truly pleasing to God. Do not model yourselves on the behavior of the world around you, but let your behavior change, modeled by your new mind. This is the only way to discover the will of God and know what is good, what it is that God wants, what is the perfect thing to do.” (Romans 12,1-2)

“The will of God and know what is good, what it is that God wants, what is the perfect thing to do” (Romans 12,2) is then logically, to refrain from intimate relations until official Marriage before all.

This is clearly expressed by Jesus in his words about marriage:

“‘Now I say this to you: the man who divorces his wife—I am not speaking of fornication—and marries another, is guilty of adultery.’ The disciples said to him, ‘If that is how things are between husband and wife, it is advisable not to marry.’ But he replied, ‘It is not everyone who can accept what I have said, but only those to whom it is granted… there are eunuchs who have made themselves that way for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven. Let anyone accept this who can.'” (Matthew 19,9-12).

These words of Jesus concern marriage, for it was truly this subject that Jesus was speaking of. They mean that God’s chosen refrain from physical relationships –rendering themselves eunuchs- before marriage, and then live marriage in love and fidelity to the spouse, without looking left and right. Happy are those who understand this language!

Paul also says:

“There is something want to add for the sake of widows and those who are not married… but if they cannot control the sexual urges, they should get married, since it is better to be married than to be tortured.” (1 Corinthians 7,8-9)

In God’s perspective, physical relationships are thus not possible but in the context of a marriage blessed by God and recognized by men.

God also emphasizes this clearly in the Qur’an:

“Let those who find not the means to marry have recourse to chastity until God enriches them from His bounty.” (Qur’an XXIV, Light, 33)

The best preparation for marriage and the best testimony of a living faith for two fiancées is therefore to grow together spiritually and to discover each other at the level of the spirit and the soul up till the blessed day of the union recognized before God and everyone.

In this way, we sanctify the Name of God and live these beautiful prayers of Paul, who addresses them to us:

“May the God of peace make you perfect and holy: and may you all be kept safe and blameless, spirit, soul and body, for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (1 Thessalonians 5,23)

“I pray that the God of peace, who brought our Lord Jesus back from the dead, to become the great Shepherd of the sheep by the blood that sealed an eternal covenant, may make you ready to do his will in any kind of good action; and turn us all into whatever is acceptable to himself through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory for ever and ever, Amen.” (Hebrews 13,20-21)

Could the civil divorce have been envisaged for financial matters?

Lately some couples divorced civilly for financial matters. In Switzerland for example, there are laws that make married couples, when each one works, pay more taxes than those living together and who are not married. Is that a reason for a civil divorce?

Certainly not.
We are inserted in a society before which we must be irreproachable. We must not go around the laws for personal interests. Our testimony on the plan of marriage is very important for the future generations. We port a huge responsibility. If we accept an exception to the guidelines formulated at the beginning of this FAQ, we open the door to many other exceptions, as many would have reasons to “divorce” for financial matters, or not to marry civilly “for financial matters”. If each persons begins to behave according to their interests, we expose ourselves to all kind of deviations.

Recently, we were reflecting on ourselves in addressing our Father: “But we are not anarchists (to bypass civil marriage and leave it as a free choice to each person)!” Our Father has given us the answer in inspiring us to read Romans 13. The answer was a striking one. Here is what Paul says:
“You must all obey the governing authorities. Since all government comes from God, the civil authorities were appointed by God, and so anyone who resists authority is rebelling against God’s decision… The authorities are there to serve God… You must obey, therefore, not only because you are afraid of being punished, but also for conscience’ sake. This is also the reason why you must pay taxes… Pay every government official what he has a right to ask—whether it be direct tax or indirect, fear or honor.” (Romans 13,1-7; meditate also 1 Timothy 2,1-2 / Titus 3,1 / 1 Peter 2,13-15 / Matthew 17,24-27).
Apparently, the first Apostles were confronted with the same question as us.

When we get married, we do so for the life before God and before men. And “what God has united, man must not divide” (Matthew 19,4-6), not even in civil marriage, because the testimony before men is important.

Muslims practice apart from legal marriage, the “marriage of pleasure”, ie a man and a woman recite a formula “before God” and then they sleep together and can separate at any moment. If two of us get married only before God, it opens the door to this kind of deviation. We think about the future generations.

Thinking of marriage, each time, a thought imposes itself on us: “You must therefore be perfect just as your heavenly Father is perfect.” (Matthew 5,48)

Jesus said: “Why not judge for yourselves what is right?” (Luke 12,57). Now, let each person judge for oneself what is right and act accordingly!

Finally, Paul recommends us this line of conduct:

“Do all you can to preserve the unity of the Spirit by the peace that binds you together… And to some, his gift was that they should be apostles; to some, prophets; to some, evangelists; to some, pastors and teachers; so that the saints together make a unity in the work of service, building up the body of Christ. In this way we are all to come to unity in our faith and in our knowledge of the Son of God, until we become the perfect Man, fully mature with the fullness of Christ himself. Then we shall not be children any longer, or tossed one way and another and carried along by every wind of doctrine, at the mercy of all the tricks men play and their cleverness in practicing deceit. If we live by the truth and in love, we shall grow in all ways into Christ, who is the head…” (Ephesians 4,3-15)

24.06.2016 (Feast of Doris)

Is “The Passion of Christ” antisemitic?

Do you think that Mel Gibson’s film “The Passion of Christ” is anti-semitic?

Regarding the film “The Passion of Christ”, a sound reflection imposes itself. The fundamental question is not, I repeat IS NOT whether this film is, or is not antisemitic, but if Jesus of Nazareth is or is not the Messiah predicted by the biblical prophecies.

A good understanding of Isaiah’s prophecies, among others, lead to one conclusion: Jesus (Yehoshua) is without a doubt, the Messiah announced by the Lord Creator.

We have all crucified the “Son of Man”. The forgiveness of this tragic sin is to believe that He, Jesus, is the one and only Messiah, through whom we can all obtain eternal salvation by believing in Him. Isaiah’s prophecies lead to no other conclusion. Mel Gibson’s film comes at the opportune moment to remind us of the prophetical words of this great prophet:

“As the crowds were appalled on seeing him—so disfigured did he look
that he seemed no longer human… He was despised… a man of sorrows and familiar with suffering… Yet he was pierced through for our faults… On him lies a punishment that brings us peace, and through his wounds we are healed. We had ALL GONE ASTRAY… and the Lord burdened him with the sins of all of us…” (Isaiah 52,14 to 53,12)

How can we therefore accuse one category of people since “we had all gone astray”?

The only conclusion after having seen Mel Gibson’s film is far from being antisemitic. It is clearly and simply for the universal messianism of Jesus of Nazareth… and anti- my own sins that crucified Him. The sound spiritual reaction should be in kneeling and imploring for forgiveness from the Merciful Lord.

Our concern is not if we are pro or antisemitic but rather, if we are pro or anti- messianic identity of Jesus, in other words pro or anti-Christ, as St John reveals, a Semite: “The man who denies that Jesus is the Christ­—he is the liar, he is the Antichrist” (1 John 2,22).
No antisemite would ever follow Jesus, a semite, or even think of reading his Gospels and all the New Testament written by Semites.

Let us then stop thinking in restricted and morbid terms of pro or antisemitism. Only a guilty conscience has recourse to such a vile and unnecessary discourse from the severe judgment of God through his Holy Semitic Messiah.

Question on divorce

Good day,
I was lucky to come across your website and was fascinated by its content. And I would really like to know your opinion on divorce and what the Holy Texts say about it.
Sincerely,
K.

Dear K.,

We are glad to know you have appreciated our website.
To understand God’s Intention in marriage, we advise you to read our text “A Look of faith at the Qur’an” (see some extracts under PS at the end of this mail).

The divorce was not permitted by Mohammed except in grave and serious cases, and that by pedagogy, for a certain time in history, because of the Arabs’ mentality at that time who were habitual to easy divorce. This was the case with Moses too.

But God’s Intention is unchanging. It is reported by Jesus in the Gospel:

“‘Have you not read that the Creator from the beginning made them male and female and that He said: This is why a man must leave father and mother, and cling to his wife, and the two become one body? They are no longer two, therefore, but one body. So then, what God has united, man must not divide.’ They said to Him, ‘Then why did Moses command that a writ of dismissal should be given in cases of divorce?’ He said, ‘It was because you were so unteachable that Moses allowed you to divorce your wives, but it was not like this from the beginning.'” (Matthew 19,3-8)

And on another occasion, Jesus said in the same way:

“And He said to them, ‘The man who divorces his wife and marries another is guilty of adultery against her. And if a woman divorces her husband and marries another she is guilty of adultery too.'” (Mark 10,11-12).

“But I say this to you, everyone who divorces his wife, except for the case of fornication, makes her an adulteress; and anyone who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.” (Matthew 5,32)

Paul in his letters testifies similarly on the unchanging character of marriage in the Intention of God:

“For the married I have something to say, and this is from me but from the Lord: a wife must not leave her husband—or if she does leave him, she must either remain unmarried or else make it up with her husband—nor must a husband send his wife away.” (1 Corinthians 7,10-11)

If God has prescribed us marriage “for the better, or for the worse”, it means that He will give us the strength to overcome all the difficulties and the trials of marriage. At the interior of marriage, one needs to know to forgive. Jesus said to forgive not 7 times, but 77 times (Matthew 18,22). And no one amongst us is perfect.
But with grace and prayer, any difficulty, even of insurmountable appearance, can be overcome.
Love, nourished by prayer and sacrifice, gives us the strength to reinforce the marriage each day further for God’s Glory and the internal peace of our children.

In fact, it is inconceivable that true believers divorce (when both are true believers), because marriage is the path to sanctification through the overcoming self. Such is the Intention of God.

It is why Mohammed says in a Hadith considered authentic:

“Iblis establishes his throne on water and sends his legions. The demon of closest proximity to him is the one who succeeded in creating the greatest trouble (fitna). One of these demons comes to him and says: ‘I did so and so’. But he replies: ‘You have done nothing’. Then one among them comes to him and says: ‘I did not spare so and so until I succeeded in provoking the separation between him and his wife.’ Iblis goes near this demon and tells him: ‘What a good son you are!'” (reported by Muslim, n°2813, and others)

In other words, the divorce is the fruit of the work of Satan.

We must in prayer, resist the demon of divorce and to seek with the spouse the path of openness, dialogue, forgiveness and love.

May God give you the strength to walk in this Way.

Website Pierre 2

PS: Extracts from “A Look of Faith at the Qur’an”, paragraph 3.3.2, marriage (on our website):

In observing modern Arab society, we remark the success of God’s pedagogic plan in the practice of monogamy. The Arabs, the grand majority, today have but one wife, and polygamy is rather discredited. Likewise, divorce is scorned by the majority of Arab families; generally, it is considered as the last recourse in very serious cases. Great is the difference between the Islamic society of today, and the pre-Islamic society after the passage of the vivifying breath of the Qur’an.

The Gospel too, adopts the same pedagogical attitude with marriage and divorce: the Pharisees, who freely practiced divorce, questioned the Messiah on this subject to embarrass Him:

“‘Is it against the Law for a man to divorce his wife on any pretext whatever?’ He answered, ‘Have you not read that the Creator from the beginning made them male and female and that he said: This is why a man must leave father and mother, and cling to his wife, and the two become one body? They are no longer two, therefore, but one body. So then, what God has united, man must not divide’. They said to him, ‘Then why did Moses command that a writ of dismissal should be given in cases of divorce?’ He said to them, ‘It was because you were so hard-hearted, that Moses allowed you to divorce your wives, but it was not like this from the beginning…'” (Matthew 19,3-8)

It should be stressed that this attitude shocked the Apostles themselves in hearing the words of the Master and asking him:

“‘If that is how things are between husband and wife, it is not advisable to marry’. But he replied, ‘It is not everyone who can accept what I have said, but only those to whom it is granted. There are eunuchs born that way from their mother’s womb, there are eunuchs made so by men and there are eunuchs who have made themselves that way for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven. Let anyone accept this who can!'” (Matthew 19,10-12)

Two important facts are to be considered from this story: the first, it is Moses who permitted to give a letter of divorce, not God. Moses authorized this as a pedagogical step, a temporary concession, because of the psychological immaturity of men at that time. A concession that had to be overcome later, to return to the original state wanted by God, as Jesus had explained. But the Jews, attached to human tendencies, attached themselves to the letter of the Law, refusing to elevate themselves to the divine intention.

The second point to retain is that the Messiah, in his discourse on marriage and divorce, went further, praising the chastity of those who “have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the Kingdom of Heaven”. This expression does not implicate a surgical operation, nor perpetual celibacy, but a faithful marriage filled with profound and spiritual feelings. It is no longer a question of satisfying purely sexual instincts, but of mastering them, until the meeting of the companion chosen by God. They are thus made spiritually “eunuchs”, that is to say chaste and faithful in the unique marriage all their lives.

The Qur’an also speaks of chastity saying:

“And let those who find not the means to marry have recourse to chastity until God shall enriches them from His bounty (by sending a spouse).” (Qur’an XXIV; Light, 33)

The Arabs of the times of anarchy despised continence and chastity before marriage. This virtue was ignored, even despised, to the point that those who practiced it were accused of a lack of virility. It is the case, still today, in so-called Christian countries.

The Qur’anic teachings have produced their good fruits in the hearts of many Arabs. The Qur’an is the instigator of the evolution of the Islamic society, even though some of its teachings remained fruitless with many Muslims who have closed themselves to the Qur’anic spirit. Likewise, the Gospel did not bear its fruits in the hearts of many Christians who scorn the chastity and holiness of marriage.

Extracts from “Reactions to the Book ‘A Look of Faith at the Qur’an'”:

2nd response to Sheikh KR

“… You were also angry at me because I said that divorce, which was anarchic at the time of Arab ignorance, is scorned in the Arab world today, after the passage of the Qur’an’s vivifying breath. What is there in these remarks which make you so angry? I remind you of the words of the noble prophet Muhammad in his Discussions: “For God, divorce is the most odious of the permitted things (of the “permissible” things)”. I do not have to comment on these prophetic words, as there is a wisdom for those who are capable of understanding.”

The forgiveness of sins

Since a while now, you have sent me a response to my question concerning the confession of sins. Here is an extract of your email:

“With the Apocalypse, Jesus consecrates as priests all those who believe in the open Book, He forgives their sins and the second death has no power over them (Revelation 1,6 / 20,6).
Additionally, “No one who has been begotten by God sins… he cannot sin when he has been begotten by God”, Saint John says (1 John 3,9).
So, where there is no sin, there is no need for confession. All is changed and renewed in the “New Heaven and new Earth” (Revelation 21,1), in which there is no longer temple or church or synagogue for believers, being themselves the Temple and the Place of encounter with the Father (1 Corinthians 3,16-17 / Revelation 21,22)”
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However, I have noted that in the Bible it is written that if we say we have no sin in us… and refusing to admit the truth (1 John 1,8+).

To understand what John says in his first Letter regarding sin, we must distinguish between:

The “little” daily sins, the imperfections, we all commit and from which Jesus washes us in His Blood each day by Communion with Jesus.

More serious sins are those through which we hurt for example a brother. For this kind of sin, as well, Jesus washes us in His Blood each day, when we ask Him forgiveness from the bottom of our hearts. At the same time, it is good in these cases to ask forgiveness directly from the brother who we have hurt. It is this, the meaning of Jesus’ words: “So then, if you are bringing your offering to the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your offering there before the altar, go and be reconciled with your brother first, and then come back and present your offering. Come to terms with your opponent in good time while you are still on the way to the court with him, or he may hand you over to the judge and the judge to the officer, and you will be thrown into prison. I tell you solemnly, you will not get out till you have paid the last penny.” (Matthew 5,23-26) And also: “Watch yourselves! If your brother does something wrong, reprove him and, if he is sorry, forgive him. And if he wrongs you seven times a day and seven times comes back to you and says, ‘I am sorry,’ you must forgive him.” (Luke 17,3-4) True repentance, from the bottom of the heart, is the condition to obtain forgiveness.

Finally, there is the sin against the Holy Spirit, which is a voluntary sin, informed, for which there is no forgiveness (Matthew 12,31-32) and for which John says that one must not pray for (1 John 5,16).

We thus need to distinguish in Spirit of which kind of sin John speaks. By writing: “If we say we have no sin in us, we are deceiving ourselves and refusing to admit the truth” (1 John 1,8), John speaks of the sins of categories 1) and 2). We all commit errors.

When he says: “No one who has been begotten by God sins…” (1 John 3,9), John speaks of the sin against the Holy Spirit. The one who is begotten by God, cannot commit such a sin.

In the understanding of the Holy Scriptures, it is very important to raise oneself to the Spirit and not to be attached to the letter, because as Paul says: “The written letters bring death, but the Spirit gives life.” (2 Corinthians 3,4-6)

It is the sins of categories 1) and 2) that Jesus washes us from everyday by His Blood. In fact, continuing with the reading of 1 John 1,8, it is clear that Jesus “purifies us of all iniquity”, because “He loves us and has washed away our sins with his blood” (Revelation 1,5).

In the end Times (our times), this is produced through the daily communion with Jesus’ Body and Blood, taken in the intimacy of the homes, as expressively desired by Jesus (Revelation 3,20). Therefore, it is no longer necessary to go to confess to a priest. This is part of the “New Heaven and New Earth” (Revelation 21,1). Anyway, in this new Heavenly Jerusalem, each man and each woman who believes in the Apocalyptic Message revealed on May 13 1970, becomes priest (Revelation 1,6).

Such is our Father’s marvelous Plan in the Universal Restoration prophesied by Peter (Acts 3,19-21).

Deepening Read the Biblical Course, Lesson 12, paragraph VII.

Can I still be saved?

A couple of years back I used to go on pornographic sites. My spirit tells me that I am probably not going to see the face of God. So as penance, I will go as far as possible, get away from sunlight, live as much as possible in darkness.

After having prayed and asked for the Advice of our Father, we give you the following answer:

The fact that you write us is already a confession. So, now ask forgiveness from God from the bottom of your heart.

After that, do not look at the past anymore. Pierre received the following Message on 04.01.2009:
“Never look back: what we were… etc… but to what we are and will be: sons and daughters of God, victorious, victorious for His Holy Grace!”

It is Satan who tells you to live in darkness. Jesus invites you to live in the Light.
The devil wants to discourage you by enchaining you by our past. Do not listen to him. Recognize him in his negative thoughts and chase him off by the Immaculate Conception and some little invocations often repeated like: “Dear Mother, help me to be free from all that”. “Mom, I confide to you these thoughts, drive them out”. “I order you Satan to back off in the Name of the Immaculate Conception”.
Be strong G. Our Father wants us strong.

Remember, that if you believe in the Apocalyptic Message revealed to Pierre in 1970, then you are an apocalyptic priest. So, take Jesus everyday in the Bread of Life at home, with love, in intimacy as is explained on the website. Because He gives Himself to us for the “Remission of sins”:
“Now as they were eating, Jesus took some bread, and when he had said the blessing he broke it and gave it to the disciples. ‘Take it and eat’; he said, ‘this is my body.’ Then he took a cup, and when he had returned thanks he gave it to them. ‘Drink all of you from this,’ he said, ‘for this is my blood, the blood of the covenant, which is to be poured out for many for the remission of sins.'” (Matthew 26,26-28)
It is in the daily Bread of Life that Jesus washes us profoundly of our faults and sins.

And more so, dear G, after that, live in the Light. Live in His Light.
It is for this that you are called.
Our sins are nothing, when we throw them with love and repentance in Jesus’ Blood which was shed profusely on the Cross for us.

G, we love you. Courage
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PS: Here additionally, are some Heavenly Messages to Pierre to be meditated:

03.01.1995: “Everyone is to repent, and to ask for forgiveness. Then, live the repentance, to live in forgiveness. Live in vigilance so not to fall again.”

01.01.2006: “Love covers a multitude of sins.”

07.07.1990: Jesus talks to us about the Bread of Life: I had told your brothers, the first apostles, that I give Myself to them through my Body and my Blood for the remission of sins. The One who remits the sins, it is I. I remit your sins because you come to Me who is in the Bread of Life.
I had also made the commandment of perfection: “Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect”, all knowing that you, all alone, you cannot perfect yourselves. It is why I had said: “Without Me you can do nothing”. And it is still the reason for which I give Myself to you in the Bread of Life, so that with Me, you can perfect yourselves and, in elevating you, you elevate man.

Padre Pio said:
“My past, O Lord, to Your Mercy, my present to Your Love, my future to Your Providence”.

Psalm 38 (37) (re-baptized by Pierre2)

“Lord, Our good Father,
You did not punish me in your rage.
Your paternal compassion took me out of my sin.
My offenses rose over my head,
I was overwhelmed, slain to death by my sins;
I was helpless, crushed, sad and demoralized.
I did not know, tender Father, that all my mourning was before You,
that none of my thoughts were hidden from you.
So my heart is throbbing, my strength deserting me,
I suffered from my sins.
But you, beloved Father, revealed Yourself to me.
You sent me your Messiah, I heard his Voice,
I recognized my faults, I repented.
So your grace has supported me to never do it again.
I drank the vivifying words from Jesus,
I was like the Samaritan at the edge of this Well of Life.
Thanks to him I came back to life, and joy sprang up in my overwhelmed heart.
Then you revealed to me Mary, She flooded me with her light,
She supports me in the noble fight for the glory of your Name.
I wanted to share these divine lights with my parents, my friends and my companions.
But they all turned against me and kept their distance.
They lay snares for me, in wanting my life and hatching plots against me.
And I did not open my mouth.
I said to you ‘It is in you Lord Jesus, it is in you that I hope.
Lord Jesus, my God, you will answer!’
Those who hurt me for no reason had multiplied.
They still seek to persecute me for seeking good,
They want to shoot me down for telling the truth,
they render me harm for the good that I have done to them,
they persecute me for accomplishing your Will.
You, Our Father, You will not abandon me,
You are there very close to me, you are in me.
Hurry to rescue me, Father, come quickly to our help
Come quickly to my help, O You our Savior.”