Maybe the kingdom of God is like
politics. We all vote, and hope
our favorite wins. We are leftist
or rightist, or centrist. But our
error is that we think the solution
is in the establishment of our
favorite political party, and it isn't.
We think in goals and endpoints,
but in the heavens it is not that way.
Fact is that left is ok, however
when it wins overwhelmingly,
then the country will go south.
Right is ok, however when right
wings overwhelmingly, the county
will go haywire.
Therefore you, do not search for
what is a good or bad endpoint. No
think about what is good for your
country. Left nor right nor center
will actually help anybody.
So if your country is too left, then
you vote right, and when it is too
right, you vote left.
So it is with God and our society.
Basically there are two extremes.
Cosmological society, against
Cosmological is called a society
where everything is enclosed in
traditions, and anti-traditionalists
are excluded or so to say throats
are being slit. Anthropological
society is where gain and logic
lead all decisions and they are
bound to destroy their environment
because it is logic that for example
reduce CO2 emissions is bad for
A society, when left alone will
always decay into one extreme
or the other, and fail.
Then there is the soteriological
society. That is the society where
God at times intervenes and
prevents a society to drop into
one or the other extreme. Read
through His intervention, He pushes
the society away from the extremes
back to a state that still is a frail
equilibrium, but away from the
extremes that destroy mankind.
In conclusion: The triumph of the
immaculate heart of Mary is not
an endpoint, it is a momentum
that is reached, where the
imminent destruction of mankind
is pushed back to a much later
moment in time.
Is Medjugorje alone enough?
So I do doubt that the praying and
fasting in itself is leading to a simple
hardly noticeable transition of
momentum that will save the society.
I hope, believe and fear that we pray
and fast to cause some kind of
, prepared by God.
A shock that is necessary to again
make come true the following:
And He hath turned back the heart
of fathers to sons, And the heart of
sons to their fathers, Before I come
and have utterly smitten the land!
So I do believe something is coming.
Not know when though.
My Jesus says to me: My God, the Father and I, ... we love everybody..., yes even the sinners. Be assured however that we are not in love with everybody. Therefore I ask you to question yourself: Is God in love with me?