Tuesday, August 18, 2009

JESUS SAYS, "HAVE HOPE"

To My Friends,
(As Dictated by Our Lord)

Never give up Hope...in yourself, in me
and in your situation.
Hope is what keeps the spirit alive
it brings excitement and yearning.

You have to believe and know,
that you are capable of so much,
even though now, you may not see it.
Being hopeful will give you positive energy
to accomplish your goals.

When doubt and fear set in, they destroy man's dreams and leave him empty. They strip him of everything. This is what the evil one wishes to do.

In these times of confusion and doubt for so many of you, STAY HOPEFUL THAT THINGS WILL IMPROVE...BECAUSE THEY WILL. Your individual situation I can see and help you with. Do not despair, for you have not seen the final result of my hand in your life. You only have a glimpse of what I have planned for you and can do.

Being hopeful is knowing that
I AM AT WORK IN YOUR LIFE.

HAVE HOPE IN ME!
Have HOPE that Jesus, your Beloved Friend,
will always be there for you and help you in everything.
Please turn to me.

NEVER, NEVER, GIVE UP HOPE
THAT I CAN HEAR YOU AND SEE YOU.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

HOPE FOR GOOD THINGS AND YOU WILL RECEIVE THEM...
FOR ALL GOOD THINGS COME FROM ME...AND MY FATHER.

I Love you.

Sincerely,
Jesus

3 comments:

Pattie thru Our Lady Mary said...

So what was finally released from
Pandora's box, Hope. Yes, what a
precious gift that is often taken for granted. Hope in others and hope in ourselves also reflects our
hope in God. Thank you for reminding me that hope is part of what makes all things possible.
It's no wonder that Our Lady includes hope in her rosary when we pray the 3 Hail Marys for faith, hope and charity.
Keep writing, and thank you for touching my heart with your words.

Pattie thru Our Lady Mary said...

Yes, and what was the precious gift in Pandora's box -- Hope.
Thank you for reminding me how very
precious hope is. I believe that Hope in others and hope in ourselves reflects our hope in God. It's no wonder that Our Lady includes hope in her rosary as we pray the 3 Hail Marys for Faith, Hope and Charity.
Keep writing, you have touched my heart with your words.

Jim Fargiano said...

I love the sentiment and have it given to me in many different ways. I will have to add that sometimes hope can be a limiting emotion, but only when no action to obtain what you want and need is put forth. To have hope is also to allow us to be inspired towards greater benefits. Desire, may also be used to replace hope, as it has a more immediate impact. That's something that we mere mortals tend to need. Regardless, the only thing that will change our actions is when we act on what we are blessed to be given.

Thank you, Karen, for your inspiring words.