Tuesday, February 27, 2018
In this uplifting quote William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, gives us all hope as we move through our lives.
The Council: There are many rules that seem immovable, but they are only as rigid and solid as are the men who make them. The rules of God are absolute and unchangeable. They are sturdy as a shepherd's staff; they are as high and as strong and as firm as a mountain, but even in this, one should take great delight in that in God's Total Love, His Law, His Rules, are equal for each of His Children. They are as fair for one as they are for the other, and they are only as binding and as demanding on an individual as that individual can honestly fulfill them. Man's rules are not pliable and are not bending; they are rigid, so consequently, they can be broken or they can be changed. God's rules are made in love, consequently, they are firm; they are strong; they are good; they are fair; they are rigid; but they become elastic and bendable with love as the tempering element. God's Laws will not be broken, but they will bend to meet you as you stretch to reach them. This is the Love of your Father.
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Thursday, February 15, 2018
Questioner: Do you have any hope for people who are divorced or separated? According to their religious teachings, some of them may feel doomed.
The Council: They are never doomed, and to be burdened with such feelings can be destructive to the individual. People, souls, entities, should have much more faith in their Creator, and should attempt to become much more aware of His Total Love. The judgment of the Divine is far more fair and lenient and loving than the greatest of all men put together, and for an individual to feel as though God has abandoned them because of a decision they have made is self-destructive. They should never feel that one decision has totally destroyed them or that by one wrong decision their Father in Heaven has turned His back on them. Remember, if a mother or a father can forgive a child of their wrong-doings, certainly your Father in Heaven is much, much, much more loving and understanding.
Saturday, February 3, 2018
In the final part of this four-part series The Council explains what their appearance is or could be if they chose.
Questioner: Does your size relate to, like, human size?
The Council: We have no size. We have no real form, as you are accustomed to know. We are spirit. If it were necessary for us to show ourselves to you or anyone naturally we would do so in a particular form but it would be acceptable to your state of mind or your conscious level but as far as actually having a form as you know form, no. What we are and where we are, we can only tell you in pictures; we can only tell you in pictures, because you cannot conceive yet within your minds nor can the most advanced minds that man has in the physical, conceive what we look like or how we exist. It is the purest essence of our creation, that very, very breath of God. We are totally aware of that now. We know the strength and power that we have. We know the ability of love, true love, true love, not what man or you refer to as love. The intensity with which we experience joy is a hundred thousand times greater than your wildest imagination, as is our existence, our sensitivity. If this would give you some idea, when we come into this room, we do not really come into it, we are part of it. We are here and then we are not here. At times when our vibrations are somewhat higher than what they should be even the house itself knows that there is what you would refer to as a holy presence. The house creaks, especially in this room. And a form such as us, or such as you could recognize would not be able to do. If one wanted to apply to some of the more modern terminology, it's a state of existence, but even this does not nearly explain. If you wanted a picture of what we possibly could look like, the best thing that would represent us would be figures robed in long gowns with very delicate or gentle-type features. We can very easily create a physical body just as solid and just as real as the one you yourself are aware of.
Questioner: Thank you.
The Council: You are most welcome.
Questioner: Although I have to admit I don't really understand.
The Council: We can understand why you do not understand, but you are not expected to really understand. For you we would simply say our dimensions would be of average height and weight and we would have a variety of hair coloring, a variety of skin coloring, but in all there would be a common appearance of gentleness, of brilliancy.
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