2/13/07† 3:30 P M† St. Dominic
Child of God, I* come at the bidding of the Most Blessed Trinity.† I come to speak to this generation of the various heresies that abound among Christians.† These are old heresies that are being repeated again to the detriment of souls.
Once again the Divinity of the Lord is being questioned along with the belief of His True Presence in the Blessed Sacrament.
If those calling themselves Christians do not believe in His Divinity, then they cannot be Christians.† It is the very foundation of the Faith that Jesus is True Man and True God.† He is the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity.† To believe anything else is foolishness and heresy.† It is foolish because you would be professing to believe in an ordinary man who could do nothing for you.† It is heresy because the Church from its foundation has believed this fact that Jesus is God Who came to earth to save and redeem the children of God.† It is the basic premise of our Faith and without this Truth, there would be no Faith, no redemption, no salvation.
And to believe that the Words of Jesus can be dismissed or re-interpreted to mean something else is also foolishness and heresy.† If Jesus says something, it is so, even if we canít understand how it can be so.† God can do all things, even change wine and bread into His Body and Blood.† Who are we to say what God can do or not do?
Through the Blessed Sacrament Jesus has given us true Food for soul and body.† It is not for us to question Godís Ways, but to rejoice in His Mercy and Goodness.
My children who read these words, defend with your last breath the Truth.† Jesus is Lord.† His is God.† He did take on our human nature and He did die for our redemption and salvation.† Jesus is truly present Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity, in the Most Blessed Sacrament.† Rejoice that God has given you the grace to believe; defend the Truth and bring Truth to all who will listen.
Child of God, I bless you.
*Jesus brought St. Dominic and introduced him, then St. Dominic began to speak.
St. Dominic was born in 1170 and died in 1221.† He founded an order of preachers that is known today as the Dominicans.