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Jesus: Not Just For The Hard Times

I almost didn't put this up. I mean, really, who am I to be channeling Jesus? Each person's relationship with Jesus is unique so this may or may not resonate with you. But if the point of this blog is to share what I receive that lets the light in, then this has to be at the top on the list.

I am here for the long haul

and cannot be confined to earnest discussions and holy interventions.

Ann: I have felt you around me all day and moving out from dream images at night.  Is there something you wanted to say? 

Jesus: Yes, absolutely.  Everyone thinks of me as holy and serious, and indeed the light that is the force of creation is beautiful beyond description, but what sometimes gets lost in translation is the joy that flows from that light.  You have that joy, Ann.  Yes, I know it is interspersed with fits of depression where you fear that your “world” will be taken from you, but you have access to divine joy, and it allows you to dance and sing. 

Ann: Uh, Jesus.  No one wants to hear me sing…. 

Jesus: Right, that is exactly what I mean, the odd comment that turns the conversation on its head in laughter is, as I think you have realized on some level, a divine gift.  I too love to laugh, love that you introduced me to Anita* as someone who could appreciate a joke and that allowed her to see me as her companion in this life, not just a sober and ascetic inspirational figure. 

          For we who have traversed the earth over and over have sampled its pleasures as well as its hells, and come back, yes, to help those of you travelling through hard times, but also to celebrate with you the ordinary joys of daily life.  Like that pasta last night that I shared with Anita*.  I would ask for the recipe but that would probably be taking it too far…..  Suffice it to say that I am here for the long haul and cannot be confined to earnest discussions and holy interventions.  There is too much going on in between, and I don’t want to be left out of any little part of anyone’s life. 

Ann: I just lost what you were saying, not sure why. 

Jesus: I am.  Was I becoming a bit to intrusive? Just like Peter who sank when he looked down, you had an instant of not believing we are having this conversation and on some level fearing our connection - very much like Peter. 

But this is not new to you, as, for example, in the music you love. Take the country song that starts, “Gonna have a little talk with Jesus when I get home tonight,” which is exactly on point.  It’s every minute of every day that I am available to you.  Being human is hard enough without a heavenly companion, so I am putting myself forward for the job.  Keep up the good work, ladies, and don’t be a stranger.

December 9, 2019 

*See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab above.

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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Oh yes Jesus sounds like a “down to earth” kind of person that would make for enjoyable company. Wit and wisdom—what a combination!


Lisa Altenau
Lisa Altenau

Maybe, I can start by calling Jesus, Bob. Just by changing his name lightens things a bit. So refreshing to find out that Jesus likes a good laugh!

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