Sunday, July 16, 2017

"You've Got to Learn to Trust Me"

That's a quote from Jesus that His Angels delivered to me last week.




I admit it hasn't been easy waiting. It is the endless wait. Be careful what I wish for? When I was very young I wished I had been born as Moses in the story of The Ten Commandments. I envied the sacred experience he had at the burning bush. That only he had that benevolent experience before God or that God even knew Moses, or that God was indeed, real. I wanted that experience of PROOF myself even at a young age.

We know the phrase:
All Good Things Come to Those That Wait. 

It must've been whispered in someone's ear from mighty angels of God. Only Angels know the ultimate tribulation of "Wait" and what patience that requires of us humans. However, I found two different derivatives of the phrase. The first being "Good things come to those that wait" simply coined as an English phrase. Does that mean England? because doesn't every nationality in every language use a variation with their impatient, wiggling children?

The second reference of the phrase was used by Violet Fane in 1892. As a writer, poet and high society socialite. She was English. Her version was "ALL things come to those who wait". 

I've written before of all the spiritual, sacred preparations happening in and from Heaven's Realm so that I will be able to bring the Angels' voices to the people of this universe. There have been juries of regents and grand decision makers; blessings by countless Saints, and every week it seemed a different sacral ceremony to receive other "gifts" from Jesus. An arduous, complete dignified process none of us could ever imagine taking place where Angels Dwell. Any Christian follower knows that God goes before us and sets the path before we travel that narrow road but we've never known why and what occurs before it is realized in our material form. Endless days of approvals only come after days of sanctified and holy observations, all taken very seriously by those that make things happen. The test that we hear so much about. It is all more than a concept.

When the vast diaries I have meticulously transcribed from the nether reaches of divine channels are one day published, everyone will read then and realize why we should be grateful to have been chosen ~ and been asked to wait for something truly magnificent we want to happen in our lives. It is God that brings our dreams. It is up to us to claim every one in memorialized detail without shame or doubt but with pride.

Me? I am waiting for my Moses days that are coming.