Archangel Gabriel: Angel Of Light And Mercy
I bring what you carry within.
I come to you as God’s messenger because that is what I was called in olden times, but in reality, it is more than that. I come to you when you cannot hear the Word directly, when some force, some event, some emotion, loss, or fear has obscured the Voice, the voice that lives within you, the voice that you know better than your own name, the voice that is Source and therefore your own beating heart.
It is not to be denied that you live in perilous times where even darker clouds gather on the horizon. Some have taken this to mean that the end time is near, that what was brought together in peace and prosperity has been defiled beyond all recognition and that as a matter of justice must be destroyed.
My children, (smiling) that is very Old Testament way of thinking! Not for nothing did Christ come into the world and in his gentle yet relentless fashion soldier on to show the flow, the power, the unstoppable magic of spiritual grace.
Many have followed in his footsteps, and you have heard their words. Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa to name a few, but there are many more, you may have seen them in your own lives, and you are asked to take up the mantle of these warriors. You live in times where these leaders must be called upon again, to inspire by example and guidance so that you too can hold the vision that they saw so clearly.
Not that they did not falter, but that they saw, they heard, they felt, and they experienced in the marrow of their bones and the depts of their souls the reality of spiritual love such that, whatever the challenges, they could not turn away for very long.
These spirits are the lights that shine true for each of you as do I. Our light, our voice, our messages are one and the same: The love of God is real, the darkness that you see encroaching will never be able to cover this light because those of us who have heard, seen, felt, and experienced can never forget the love of God no matter the horrors before us.
Turn to an example from your own times. Nelson Mandela.* He knew, he could not forget, and though he made mistakes as any human must, he persevered because the vision stayed within.
Many of you see me descending in a light filed cloud with some holy message, and I am quite fond of that image because it conveys what I am trying to say, but in reality it is more than that. I bring what you already carry within.
Feel that light surround you and enter your outermost aura down to your deepest being, feel the certainly of numinous experience beyond all thought of denial, the vibration that obscures all lesser energies. And when this experience fades, as it must, hold it still in your heart, go back to it over and over again as you are challenged to deny, to withdraw, or to surrender.
What we fight for is real, it is sacred, and it is eternal. Stay the course. "All shall be well. All manner of thing shall be well."**
October 30, 2023
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela (July 1918 – 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid activist and politician who served as the first president of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. ...[Prior to that as a result of anti apartheid activities,] Mandela served 27 years in prison, [much of it in solitary confinement]... Amid growing domestic and international pressure and fears of racial civil war, President F. W. de Klerk released him in 1990. Mandela and de Klerk led efforts to negotiate an end to apartheid, which resulted in the 1994 multiracial general election in which Mandela led the ANC to victory and became president. Wikipedia.
**Julian of Norwich (c. 1343 – after 1416).... Julian lived in the English city of Norwich, in permanent seclusion as an anchoress in her cell, which was attached to St Julian's Church, Norwich. During her lifetime, the city suffered the devastating effects of the Black Death of 1348–1350, the Peasants' Revolt (which affected large parts of England in 1381), and the suppression of the Lollards. ...[Nevertheless] her theology was optimistic and spoke of God's omnibenevolence and love in terms of joy and compassion. Wikipedia.
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