Now, we shall discuss guilt for sins and how it affects one’s conscience. Consider the conscience of Judas Iscariot. Let us look at the passage dealing with his conscience and how he deals with it:
(3) Then Judas, His betrayer, seeing that Jesus had been condemned, deeply regretted what he had done. He returned the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders, (4) saying, “I have sinned betraying innocent blood.” They said, “What is that to us? Look to it yourself.” (5) Flinging the money into the temple, he departed and went off and hanged himself. (Matthew 27:3-5).
Such guilt and chains of thought are not exclusive to this soul. It replays in every act of abortion where the mother or father realize the gravity of the great crime they have committed, and then they may seek death for themselves to either make payment for their crime or to hide from the just scrutiny of God judging them.
But realize that the path of despair is the path Satan leads souls to hell. For by falling to despair, the soul has utterly given up on the mercy of God and become convinced by Satan’s argument that God is not a God of mercy.
The belief that your sins are greater than God’s power of mercy to rectify or to make right is a sin that, if you die in that state, you belong to Satan and your place in eternity will be hell. Hell is that place reserved for souls that show neither mercy to others, nor do they believe that God shows any mercy either.
Heaven is reserved for those souls who not only believe God can forgive their sins, but who do likewise to all their neighbors. Consider the crimes committed by Saul before he became the Apostle Paul. His sins were putting to death innocent followers of the Messiah.
Now, no murderer is acceptable to enter into heaven. So, now you ask, how did Paul enter into heaven? One who has committed murder can only enter into heaven if you can convince God that you are not the one who committed the murder, but rather, that it was the devil who led you to it and fooled you into committing the act. And you prove this by doing penance. And what did we see Saul who became Paul do at the moment of his conversion? Acts 9:9 tells us: For three days he was unable to see, and he neither ate nor drank. What was this act of neither eating nor drinking for three days? It was his penance that he was doing. He was demonstrating to God that he was innocent of the crimes of his past through his great acts of penance, and that it was rather Satan, not him, who murdered through his hand, the innocent people of the Messiah, whom he from that point forward knew Jesus was.
By your penance, repentance, and turning away from sin, you demonstrate that you were not the murderer who killed that baby in your womb by that abortion. Then, who did it? Look at the first sins. Read Genesis chapter 3. In that chapter, who disobeyed God and ate of the forbidden tree? Eve and then Adam. But who was given the greatest punishment? The serpent was given the greatest punishment. Why was the serpent given the greatest punishment if it was Eve and Adam who committed the sins? It was because Satan was the real one behind the sins. And Adam and Eve were only temporarily guilty. Once payment for their sins was paid by the future Redeemer, they had the opportunity to say to God that the serpent was the one who sinned, and that they were only temporarily fooled by him.
Hence, such is the only argument you can make at your last judgement. Your only argument you can make for all your sins is that Satan was the doer and that you were merely the fool temporarily fooled by him. And you prove that you were not the doer of your sins by pointing to God at all your acts of penance that you did for the sins that you committed in life. The greater your sins, the greater the acts of your penance must be that you can point to that show that you were not the doer, but rather that Satan did it through you. And so, Paul eats and drinks nothing for three days in the darkness of his blindness and that satisfies God. The penance Paul did does not pay for the sins of murder he committed. Rather the penance shows to God that Paul was not the murderer.
And that is how the woman who aborted her baby, but who has found forgiveness and the Way of Jesus, finds happiness and eternal peace in heaven. Women who abort their babies are condemned for murder of the unborn. But if such women do penance for their sins, they show that it was Satan, not themselves, who murdered their babies in their womb. And the woman who shows that is not condemned. Such is the only way a woman who aborted her baby can enter into heaven. And that way is through doing penance, turning from one’s past, and demonstrating by one’s penance and confession that it was not you who murdered your unborn baby, but rather the devil who, by guiding you, was in reality the one who did that horrible deed.
Heaven, therefore, is not a place where sinners go, but rather the place where go all those who showed to God that the sins they did, no matter how horrible, were really the works of Satan, who only temporarily possessed them, and they demonstrated this by their acts of penance and repentance, which they did in this life, by which they disowned their sins before God while they lived.
Now, if this is the way it is done, then what is the sacrament of confession for, you ask? Why confess to a priest when you can go directly to God, you ask? To the priest is granted the authority to apply the merits of Christ on the soul of the penitent, and to sacramentally blot out one’s sins from his soul. You absolutely need this. And it is because Jesus gives this authority to His Apostles (John 20:21-23): Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent Me, so I send you.” And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”
Now, these people who Jesus gave the power to forgive or retain sins, who are they? They are the people He sends forth as the Father sent Him. People who directly share in His priestly ministry. They are His priests. More specifically, they are the Apostles, whose successors are the Bishops, who have the power to make priests and to delegate such authority to them, namely, the power to forgive and retain sins.
In other words, Jesus gave us a way to be forgiven of our sins. And that way is to find such a person whom Jesus gave this power to. And where do you go to find such a person? Look at the institution set up by Jesus to administer these sacraments. And you find only one, the one founded on Peter, who died in Rome. And it is the Church headed by the pope in Rome, the Catholic Church.
And then the question becomes, by what means do we receive forgiveness through this priest? And the only way to find out is to go to the Catholic Church and enter into that fold. The doorway into the Church involves the reception of sacraments. And baptism is the first sacrament that must be received before any other sacrament can be received. But it must be done properly, with the proper frame of mind. And it must be done only once.
All necessary instructions will be taught by the Church. But you must seek it. You must reach out your hand and grab this fruit. Your ancestors fell by eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. And they were kicked out of the Garden of Eden so that they would not also partake of the tree of life. Well the Catholic Church is the Tree of Life. And it is full of low hanging fruit waiting for souls to come and reach out and grab them. But you must do so in accordance to the rules. Behold, the fear of the Lord is wisdom, and avoiding evil is understanding (Job 28:28). Seek to follow and to obey, and you shall live.
Some say that the Hebrews did not fully believe in an afterlife and a resurrection until the time of Jesus. But this can be disproven by reading the book of Job, which is said to be the oldest book of the Holy Bible. Read Job 19:25-27: “(25) For I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the last day I shall rise out of the earth. (26) And I shall be clothed with my skin, and in my flesh I shall see my God. (27) Whom I myself shall see, and my eyes shall behold, and not another: this my hope is laid up in my bosom.” Also, that God is called the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the Books of Moses (Exodus 3:6), which were said to be written by Moses himself, or his followers, this indicates the belief in the resurrection going as far back as Moses, for God is the God of the living, not of the dead (Matthew 22:31-32). And if Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are alive to God, then there must be life beyond the grave for them, along for those who do as they did.
And what was it that they did by which they were found worthy of eternal life, you ask? He who does the will of the Lord shall be saved. And what is the will of the Lord? If you love your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength, and if you love your neighbor as you love yourself, then you are doing the will of God, and you are saved.
But what is the greatest lie in the history of the Catholic Church, and in all churches descended from her? It is this: That you are saved by doing nothing.
Hence, if you seek salvation, act on it. And go and reach out and take that fruit. Take the gold coin the Master gives you and produce ten more. Do not be like that worthless servant who returns his Master’s money with nothing to show for it.
He who sows bountifully shall reap bountifully. But he who sows sparingly shall reap sparingly. Don’t be like that complacent rich White man who has his money and his comfort and does nothing for the poor and those in need, but assumes that everyone is like himself, having all they need and being able to fend for themselves.
No. Do not be like that man. Everyone is called to help the poor. And the greater your means, the greater that is expected from you. “I was hungry and you gave me to eat.” Imagine the comfort those words will give you when they come from the powerful Lion of Judah at the Last Judgement! The King of kings deserves to eat, and that you fed him, that will make Him stand between you and the Father. And you shall be spared the Father’s wrath.
Now, one last thing I shall say. We do not see these virtues described above fully displayed by the example of our President. Neither do we see this displayed in the examples of his followers. So eager are they for war and the droppings of bombs on enemy nations whose animosity they created by their own maltreatment of others! But these will all be swept away by the flood. It is coming soon. Not a flood of water, but a flood of fire from the sky.
But I thought you said Trump would triumph over the Democrats and prevail against them? Yes, but all these things feed the ego. And eventually what inflates too much gets popped. I will now tell you of God’s judgement of Trump, and what shall transpire to bring about the closure to his Presidency.
Hearken unto Me, for I Am Jesus. And I shall now speak of Trump, whom I have set high for now, and after that I will judge again. I will allow Trump to wax eloquently, like the moon. And then the moon will shine full and bright. And all the land will be radiant in its splendor. But after the allotted time I have given to Trump and to Firefly, the power behind him, to reign has expired, I will allow the Trump to wane, as the moon wanes after it is full, until he completely disappears and is gone forever. Amen.
For short is the life of all Mankind. And hence, silly, quite silly are those who boast. All of them shall be humbled. And the man who claims to be unprecedented shall be roundly mocked. Hence, I do not prophesy disaster or any great doom to befall Trump, but only that his mortal nature shall catch up with him as he progresses through his reign, and that his fate is the same as for all who rise up to heights within in this world. They fall.
But he who rises in My Kingdom shall never fall. Consider that advice, Firefly, and convert while you are still on your ascendancy. For the time of your decline will eventually come, and then it will be harder, if not impossible, to enter into My fold. I do not prophesy doom to the Presidency of Trump, but only folly that comes with pride. For you are a mere man, and yet, you speak as though you were like Me, Who Am God. I advise you, therefore, to seek humility. Seek it and you shall find it. But if you continue to heap praises upon yourself, you will eventually kill off all chances you have remaining to enter in through the low doors that lead into My Kingdom. Low, very low are these doors. Too low to be entered by any who in their mind are second to none. Now I have spoken. Go, Firefly, and act on what I have said. And go, Trump, and seek humility. And go Republicans, and seek righteousness and holiness. I do not tell you how you should rule in your judgements on Trump, whether you should stand by him or break ranks. Rather, I tell you to remember why you are here. And look far forward to how you shall be remembered for what you will do at this hour when the fate of this nation shall be determined, whether it shall rise or fall. Amen.
And now, Eric, I have this special message just for you. I Am removing you from this world at dawn on Friday, January 31, 2020, which is thirteen days and four hours away. I Am taking you to heaven, and not to another location on the earth. Nor are you coming back to this earth once you pass beyond the veil. And I have thus judgement to issue to you as to what you are to receive in heaven. The position of ruler of My heavenly library is not a lightly granted reward. You are expected to perform exactly what you are commanded to do. And these are My commands. This post shall be the sixty-fifth surviving post in emeralogy.com. You will write seven more between now and your last day before your final night. And as the hours of your final night slip by, Katarina of Alexandria will appear to you. And you shall see her clear as day. Then all My people will escape. All those who were written in the book (Daniel 12:1). And when Katarina has spoken to you all that you must know, you will write what I command you to write here in one final post, making the total number of posts here to be 73, which is the number of books in the Catholic canon. Amen. And then, I will have you bow down and take your rest on your bed, for you will have great fatigue. And you shall fall asleep and wake no more in this land of the living. Hence, you are to enter into heaven while in deep repose. Amen.