“A Gift of the Transitional Process”
Through our own suffering and embracing it we become lightning rods of hope and grace as Our Lady was for her Son the Divine Jesus Christ who was Hope, Grace, Eternal Love and Glory all these were and are contained on that cross from the eternal source of All Good; the Almighty! We can be with and in that full transitional process from the dust, to the Everlasting Glory, by Faith and accepting that Cross; our own personal Cross which allows and makes possible the Full Transition that only it can; this Perfect and Glorious Gift! In the end it is the Only Hope; Salvation!
This is a perfect Scriptural context or prism if you will from which to view what I say and this beautiful message of “Hope Against All Hope” is saying here.
“All things will pass away, “but my words will not pass away” (Matt. 24:35).
“a reason for the hope that is within us” (1 Peter 3:15).
Therefore to embrace your own suffering and be willing to take more, even as much as you can possibly heap upon your weary physical earthly life, is a great blessing and offering to give as your own, who you really are, personal gift of Hope and Salvation; knowing in your own heart that you accept God’s will as being “Perfect and All Encompassing” thereby allowing in this transitional process, His Power and Glory by “His Will” to work through you as an “Inspirational Gift” to convey this “Living Message” by example of Hope for others to share; and onto His Glory! Amen.
“Mother Mary” is the “Perfect Example” of what I’ve said here, as she fully accepted, though specially blessed; as a mere mortal, her “Obligation and Duty to the Father” in heaven; serving as that “Perfect Example” of “Hope and Grace” at the cross of our Savior and Forever! Amen.
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
The Virgin Mary’s hope at the foot of the Cross is a determining factor of her maternal calling. By being united with her Divine Son as He suffered and died on the Cross: The Church teaches: “In this singular way she cooperated by her obedience, faith, hope and burning charity in the work of the Saviour.”
The Church, like Mary, lives the Resurrection “in hope”. For the Church the Cross is an object of veneration from whence came our redemption, whereas Christ’s Resurrection is an object of hope.
Just as Mary was close to her crucified son, so the Church is called to be close to the crucified of today: the poor in spirit, the suffering, the humiliated, those who are persecuted for their faith. How can the Church stay close to these people? In hope, like Mary. It is not enough to pity people’s sufferings or…
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