If we encounter darkness no matter how horrific,
it is for us to let the light in.
Jesus: Yes, Ann, This is Mr. Roosevelt. He had enough pain in his life such that no amount of silver spoons could take away his understanding of suffering and his desire to use his power to alleviate same. He wants to speak with you.
Ann: President Roosevelt?
Franklin Roosevelt: Yes, Ann, I appreciate your care in vetting the energies that come through you.
In your time as in mine there are those who are consumed with hatred. They have no purpose other than the spread of terror and suffering to feed their insatiable appetites. They remind us to beware when our souls become vulnerable to lies, insecurities, and fear.
I come today to remind each of you that, however it may appear, these forces are not unopposed. There are legions, armies of light, sometimes unseen and often without the trappings of wealth and power, who do much good for others, if only by their radiant presence.
You have met them in your lives. Take a moment to remember and honor those souls who brought you to a realization of your own worth, for these are your angels and guides as they were mine. They lit the flame of hope in my soul when the world darkened and descended into the hell and bigotry of war.
These forces are still with us, yes, it cannot be denied, but more importantly still standing by are those whose very existence lifts us up and carries us through one day and into the next with the determination to make a difference.
Every time you show a child kindness, teach tolerance, or lift your hand in fellowship to those who have different backgrounds from your own, you spread the truth of the God’s love. Though I did not showcase my spiritual life, in fact, the light and life of Christ kept me going.
We are on a continuum beyond the scope of human vision and beyond the understanding of the human mind. But the heart knows and the soul understands why we are here and what we must do.
Listen carefully as to how you are called. Hear what resonates in your heart with the singing vibrations of our Creator’s love. We come for this and this only. If we encounter darkness no matter how horrific, it is for us to let the light in.
Do not give up, do not give in. It may take time, but light will triumph until once again we have beat back the Adversary into its cave. Then vigilance will be required to keep him there, for it is that vigilance that we have lacked in recent years and decades as we became complacent that the guardrails of our democracy would hold.
And so they will with a little help from each one of us. Look about yourselves for inspiration. Do you not see heroes are now revealed where before we could see only deception and decay? Look under the rocks and into the corners, for heroes do not tout their own accomplishments.
As their part in our history is revealed will come the realization that a hero is also to be found in your own heart just waiting for a chance to stand up and be counted. Now is the time to let your heroes speak with your voices, for it is these voices raised one by one that finally create the magnificent chorus that sings the victory of the armies of light.
June 24, 2022
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1882 – 1945), often referred to by his initials FDR, was an American politician and attorney who served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. As a member of the Democratic Party, he won a record four presidential elections and became a central figure in world events during the first half of the 20th century. Roosevelt directed the federal government during most of the Great Depression, implementing his New Deal domestic agenda in response to the worst economic crisis in U.S. history. As a dominant leader of his party, he built the New Deal Coalition, which defined modern liberalism in the United States throughout the middle third of the 20th century. His third and fourth terms were dominated by World War II, which ended shortly after he died in office. Wikipedia.
Rune: Nauthiz ᚾ. Destruction and regeneration.
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