To a Dying Woman
Terminal illness, involving the progressive disintegration of the body, is psychologically debilitating and a real test of a person's faith in the Lord. The revelation that follows was received for such a person who had gone through divorce and was trying to bury away her bitter feelings. Though a believer in God, her faith was based on the Mormon tradition which was not sustaining her in her crisis. Instead of trusting in Christ, and confessing all, she was turning to false New Age teachings like reincarnation to find consolation and meaning in her predicament. She died shortly afterwards. According to some statistics as much as 80% of illnesses are caused by thinking problems. Suffering and disease are closely bound up with the questions of the nature and origin of evil itself and is one of the results of sin, whether individually or collectively as a race. Much disease is caused by a soul being divided against itself because of a root of bitterness [Ulset, Bergen, Norway].
1. Beloved daughter: hearken and understand, that thy hope may be renewed and thy faith established in He who comprehendeth and knoweth thee, with whom thou hast communed in days past and been sanctified.
Bitterness a Cause of Disease
2. Disease in many instances is the fruit of bitterness and unhappiness wherein a soul, racked with torture and grief, openeth forth in a flood when hope and faith are ruined.
3. The bitter-root is the dark treasury of injustice, loneliness, broken-heartedness and lovelessness;
4. It is the store of inward trouble and calamity held down only by the rocks of the conscious soul which desireth to be true outwardly [as well as inwardly], but being unable to reveal the root of bitterness on account of the fear of being rejected and not loved.
5. Thou hast accumulated many sorrows, beloved one, and not received thy recompense, but hast borne thy burdens with courage, not understanding thy course.
6. I have heard all thy prayers, and thy pleadings, and have understood thy despair, little daughter, for these things are known unto Me.
7. Thy friends comprehend not and are unable to succor thee, for they lack the keys of knowledge [and experience].
8. Even My servant, who writeth these things, understandeth not, for his course is not as thine, nor thine as his.
9. Nevertheless what I have spoken, I have spoken, and I excuse myself not, for My promises are sure.
The Cross and Healing
10. Thou canst not believe because thou comprehendest not the work of the Cross, nor the fullness of the suffering of the Son of Man, for no man or woman can comprehend these things.
11. But it is not requisite that thou shouldst understand all things, for true knowledge cometh only by faith; and it is by faith that thou shalt be justified (Rom. 3:28).
12. Nevertheless it is expedient that thou shouldst understand some things, that thy faith may be intelligent and planted in true precepts.
13. Thou canst not bury thy past, My child, for there is no pit large enough to contain it.
14. And the mothers and daughters1 in thee would yet cry out, demanding justice and healing.
15. Thou art one person, and a person cannot be divided and live forever.
16. Rather I say unto thee: Thou must put the Cross of Calvary between thee and thy past, that My grace may flow freely through you, reconciling the fragmented parts of thy soul.
Will-Power is not Enough
17. Thou supposest that thou art strong in thy spirit, and verily thou hast much will-power, and through thy courage and determination thou hast weathered many stormy blasts.
18. But strength and will-power must be balanced by the pure love of Christ which cometh only by grace, which is the undeserved loving kindness of the Father.
19. Will-power cannot live for ever without love, being fuelled by either hate or love -- and there is no middle course, though many try to love and hate together.
20. Behold, My love is sufficient for thee if thou wouldst receive it anew, and the love of My servants, [those] who are sanctified by Me.
21. And as the root of bitterness, and sorrows, and hopelessness is healed, by placing My Cross between thee and thy past, behold, so also wilt thy body be healed, for thy sickness is the physical manifestation of thine inner afflictions.
Be Reconciled with the Past
22. Delay not, My child; search thy past, from the time thou camest into into the world, yea, unto the very beginning, and when thou comest upon a hurt, a sorrow, an injustice, a perplexity, or that which filleth thee not with My love, bring it unto Me, saying:
23. "O Lord, my soul is given in sorrow because of this wrong.
24. "Redeem me, Lord, as I place Thy Cross betwixt Me and this sorrow.
25. "Heal My sorrow, through Thy grace, that I may never be troubled by the fruits of this sorrow, that I may be forever freed."
26. And if thou hast wronged another, thou shalt repent, asking My forgiveness.
27. Thou shalt do this step by step as I open thy life before thee.
28. Miss nothing out, little one, that none may accuse thee at a later time.
29. And when thou hast come unto the hour of today, having been redeemed point by point through My grace, thou shalt be healed inwardly and outwardly.
Read the New Testament
30. Read the New Testament and perfect thy knowledge of the work of the Cross, for I shall reveal more of the work thereof unto thee.
31. Thus saith the Lord: doubt not, fear not, but perform this labour even as Ihave commanded thee, and surely thou shalt be changed, body and spirit.
32. Remember how I have led and guided thee in days past, and know that I am a loving God who faileth not.
33. Surely the Kingdom shall be thine and surely thou, and numerous others, shall thank Me for all thine afflictions which then shall seem as though they were but for a moment.
34. Thy heart shall be filled with praise and the waters of heaven shall nourish thee.
Courage and Obedience
35. Therefore take courage and be obedient unto that which I have asked thee to do, in faith, nothing waivering, until all that is ugly or empty is overcome and thine [inner] vineyard is once more heavily laden with fruits.
36. This is the Word of the Lord and is sufficient. Amen.
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