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Katya Rivas: Wait for My Passing and Follow Me

The Medallion of the Apostolate of the New Evangelization

The Great Crusade Of Love

Extract #93

Wait for My Passing and Follow Me

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18-Jan-96
Jesus

If the creatures knew the plans I have for them, they would all be guided to the fulfillment of My Desire and nothing could distract them. But in the situation of him whom I called from high in a fig tree so that he could follow Me, one cannot know what I do, if the time I give them does not pass.

You must proceed like Zacchaeus, that is, rise over human things as soon as possible and wait for My passing in order to follow Me wherever I may go. I pass and you, follow Me; do not be impatient because I will certainly come by and you will certainly see Me if you observe Me from above. It could be that then I will tell you that I want to stop at your house, or else without saying anything, I will take you walking with Me. In both cases the choice is yours, and as for Me, I am interested in your accepting it solely because the good I want to give you depends on this.

Everything is in My Gospel, you check it continuously, but why is not Zacchaeus’ example also explained in the sense of what I have just said? Why does he call himself My disciple, he who does not appreciate the Gospel I have given men, if in fact, he does not follow Me much? He is not even interested in seeing the simple and sublime deeds that are related to Me and were lived by those around Me. He who does not worry about knowing Christ, cannot aspire to be called Christian. It is simple, nevertheless, some allow themselves to read without knowing how to choose the great readings, the most important one, the reading I am telling you about.

And now I tell you that if you hear Me, you will have the following benefits: the certainty in solving all the problems that are bothering you before the call to Heaven, and therefore lessening the pains of Purgatory; the strength as I desire to refuse sin; the light for you and for the rest, and finally, you will become participants of the particular dignity that I gave Mathew, John, and Mark... I promise to give you great things, but I do not mention them now; you will take notice of it as you remain captives of My Word.


….EXTRACT CONCLUDES….

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting Monday, 05 March 2001, in the first week of Lent 2001, Scoop began publication of a series of daily reflections on spiritual matters from Bolivian author Katya Rivas. Rivas, has received an official imprimatur from the Catholic Church for several books she says she was instructed to write by Jesus Christ, Mary and various Angels. Scoop’s extract, above, comes from Rivas’s book “The Passion”. In 1999 Katya Rivas was the subject of a top-rating documentary show hosted by Mike Willessee (see Scoop TV review - Jesus Christ Tells FOXNews He Wants To Hug World and Scoop Images ). More recently Rivas says she was instructed by Jesus to have her books translated and published on the internet with the intention of having the books distributed to as wide an audience as possible. Several of the books can now be read online at http://www.greatcrusade.org/, and more are coming soon.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: “Copyright© 2000 by The Great Crusade of Love and Mercy. All rights reserved. This book is published in coordination with The Apostolate of the New Evangelization. Permission is granted to reproduce this book as a whole in its entirety with no changes or additions and as long as the reproduction and distribution is done solely on a non-profit basis. This document is available at no cost online and can be downloaded and printed from the following Web Sites: in English at: http://www.greatcrusade.org and Spanish at: http://www.grancruzada.orgPlease copy and distribute this book”.

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