SAINTS

 

12/4/07  St. Anne of Constantinople*

 

Child of God, I come this day at the request of the Most Blessed Trinity.

Child of God, I come to encourage all the young people to decide for God and remain faithful to Him regardless of the cost.   So few stay firm in their Faith because of all the outside pressures of the world.  Many believe they live in a time when it is impossible to keep the Commandments, and so they bend to the ideas of those who are more pagan, in some ways, than the pagans of old.  In your generation you are told there is no right or wrong, only gray areas where you must choose for yourself what is best for you.

Do not listen to the lies of Satan and the world.  There is only one road to peace, joy and happiness forever, and that is the path given to you by God.  Follow His Commandments and love your neighbor in a holy way.  God has not changed and the lies of Satan have not changed.  Choose Good and avoid Evil.  Work for your happiness and those close to you by living holy lives.

If you really want to change the world for the better, be true Christians and follow the Lord Jesus and His Teachings each day of your life.

I, Anne, bless you.

 

*Anne was born in 840 A.D. and dies in 918 A.D.  She is also known as Susanna.  She may also be the same as Maura who is mentioned on November 30 in the Roman Martyrology as having suffered martyrdom in Constantinople.  She lived as a hermit in Leucadia, which is also known as Maura.  Her Feast Day is July 23.