34. Free will and conscience

The Third Testament
VIII. Human Beings
Chapter 34 - Free will and conscience  
The importance of conscience and free will
1. Listen, O disciples: Man has as his spiritual gifts freedom of will and a conscience. Everyone, at birth, has been endowed with virtues and can make use of them. In his spirit is the light of his conscience; but at the same time that the flesh develops, with it passions unfold: the bad inclinations, these being the ones that battle against those virtues.
2. God permits this because where there is no struggle there are no merits, and this is what you need in order to ascend along the spiritual path. What would be the merit of the children of God, if they did not struggle? What would you do if you lived filled with happiness, as is your wish in this world? Would you expect spiritual progress if you were surrounded by comforts and riches? You would be at a standstill, for merit does not exist where there is no struggle.
3. But do not be confused, for when I speak of …

They do it in Secret

33. Men and Women, Parents and Children, Family and Marriage

The Third Testament
VIII. Human Beings 
Chapter 33 - Men and Women, Parents and Children, Family and Marriage
The Relationship between Men and Women
1. Before you arrived on earth, I already knew your way and your inclinations, and to help you in your journey, I put in your path a heart that by its love for you would illuminate your road. The heart may be that of a man or a woman. Thus I have wished to help you so that you may serve as a staff of faith, moral force, and charity for the needy. (256, 55)
2. I wanted you to participate in the joy of being parents, to create beings similar to yourselves, beings to whom I would send spirits to incarnate. Since maternal love exists in the Divine and eternal, I wanted there to exist in the human life a being who would represent it, and that being is the woman.
3. In the beginning the human being was divided into two parts, thus creating the two sexes, one the man and the other the woman. He would have strength, intelligence and majesty; the wom…


words from Jesus to Byron Searle
Mark 13:35-37 35 Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cock crowing, or in the morning: 36 Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. 37 And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch. Transcript: My son, hear Me now! I say, WATCH!!! WATCH My hand move across each nation and bring about My judgments and then the Mighty Harvest! WATCH My Spirit move on and through men's hearts! WATCH My Word come to pass and men fall on their knees crying out for forgiveness in repentance! WATCH My sleeping Church wake up and take her place as My Bride! WATCH for the times of the gentiles come to an end with My Gathering! My son, I say to WATCH, for so many are setting dates and times that I have not revealed. I know My Remnant desires to leave this world and come back to the Great Harvest, but I say much training is needed before that happens. I have said you will complete your training with Me…

BTL - Volume 3 - Teaching 82

The Book of True Life - Teachings of the Divine Master - 
Volume III - Teaching 56 - 82 
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Book of True Life - Volume 3

Teaching 82:
1. Why do some of My children feel unworthy of calling Me
Father? Come to Me, o sinners; leave your burden of afflictions,
raise your face and behold Me, My love makes you worthy. If I do
not forgive you, who will forgive you?
2. You felt hunger for peace, because your conscience
reproached your mistakes until you came before the manifestation of
My Word and your weeping has cleansed you. Only I know to who
and to whom I speak in this manner and only they know to whom
these words are addressed.
3. It has been sometime that you had not blessed My name; your
tortures and sufferings made you believe that you were in an endless
inferno. The fact is that your eyes had been closed to the truth, to
that light which manifests My presence everywhere. The splendor of
Nature that envelops you was not enough nor the miraculous
manner in which the daily bre…