In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit Amen .

In God's Love

famous painting of Jesus' temptation in the desert by Ary Scheffer 1858.  Jesus and Satan on a rocky hill top.  Satan showing Jesus the Earth below and Jesus pointing to God in Heaven Jesus with halo and Satan with black wings

What does

In God's Love

say about Jesus?

" O Sacred Heart who was pierced with a lance and bled for people of Earth, such love is in such sacred music. Such love is in these spirits who have mingled their blood with Christ's on the Earth. In such love, Christ's suffering was comforted while He bled and died on the cross" (114: 4-9).

" Oh Sacred Heart of Jesus, Oh, pure the scars. Sacred is the blood shed of such very sweetness as God in the very flesh of man. He came to satisfy for the sins of the human race. Saints of Earth, in your spirits, bless such a God. Such love is in His heart. In this, rise up, come. With such love, God died in such agony for people of Earth. Such a God . . . Most Sacred Heart, wounded on Earth, blessed Jesus" (201: 18-28, 35-36).

" In God's Spirit, Christ Jesus is the victim of sacrifice for your sins. In this sweet Lamb is our God. His Spirit is ever with you, small ones of Earth. O sacred is our God. O sacred is the Lamb that bled and died for people of Earth. O Sacred Heart. Sweet Lamb who bled and died in Earth's toil. Such a God. This is so sacred. In God is the wound of wounds that rests many spirits. O such a beautiful God is our God. In all ways, the Lamb, sweet Lamb, is God. Righteous ones, it was a sad day here when the Lamb was slain. In this time, any one of His creations would have taken His place. Our spirits understood His love for His children. Such love in a mighty God. Kindness could not be expressed. Seen is the Lamb who was sacrificed for the human race. Seen are the saints of Earth who are of the Lamb. This is our inscribed in the Blood of the Lamb" (248: 10-30).

" Righteous ones, Christ Jesus is raising His spirits in His Spirit, and in His Spirit is God who is Christ. And such suffering as comes to saints cannot stop God's Spirit. In His beloved child, each saint takes this Spirit, keeps and cherishes it as their most prized treasure" (338:28-33).

" Who was Jesus? He was King. Did He appear to be a King while He was on the Earth? Did He seem to be God among the people of Earth? Jesus became human. He became human in spirit. His Spirit was God, yet He chose to take the spirit of the poor, blind, crippled and leper. Who was Jesus? Why did He not claim His Kingdom on Earth? Why did He become humble as a sheep led to the slaughter? He became human because He wanted to know the feelings of Earth people. He wanted to know what it was like to feel pain, go hungry, feel the cold wind, suffer and die. Jesus went out among the homeless. He became like a thief hanging on a cross. He became a meek and humble man, yet He is God. After Jesus did all of this, He was complete.

God knows everything. He knew everything from the beginning of forever. Yet He was perfectly happy, free from pain, free from Satan's power. He had to be a human, to feel as a person in their flesh and blood, to suffer and die as a person suffers and dies. Then, God was fulfilled. He was something beyond Himself. His children had to do it, so He sang the sad song of humanity. He sang in His creation. It was a beautiful song He sang. People of Earth could no longer look up and say, 'You are God. You don't know what we are going through.' What a God we have. He is kind and loyal to His Creation" ( 506: 34-70). Read the whole Passage

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