Ortus Christi - The Original Classic Edition
by Paul Mother
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Ortus Christi by Mother St. Paul - The Original Classic Edition
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The words bear many interpretations but we cannot be wrong, surely, in thinking that this inheritance was Marys own soul; it was indeed the inheritance of the Lord, an inheritance to which the Blessed Trinity had a special right, the Father because He had created her in grace, the Son because He had saved her from the stain of original sin, the Holy Ghost because He had ever sanctified her and kept her full of grace.
...As I gaze now at the picture, I no longer see the places on earth which have known me for short periods of time, but my place in Heaven which by His mercy, if I persevere to the end, is to know me through all eternity; not my dear ones as I saw them on earth, but as they are now in my heavenly country waiting for me; not my innumerable sins of omission, nor my good works done to please self, but the work of Him who always pleased His Father, work which has made up for all my omissions, and which shines through every thing that I have done for Him, making it, too, acceptable to His Father.
...With the vivid words of Scripture before us, it is not difficult to make a picture of the scene-the sign of the Cross where all can see it; the voice of the Archangel and the trumpet of God heralding the approach of the Judge; the Son of Man, coming in the clouds with all His Angels and thousands of His Saints (all those from Heaven and Purgatory); the cries of those to whom His coming is as that of a thief in the night (1 Thess. v. 2); the shouts of joy of the children of light (verse 5); the opening of the graves, the sea giving up its dead and the reunion of each soul, whether from Heaven, Purgatory or hell, with its body; the changing of the bodies of those who are living on the earth into Resurrection bodies; then the great multitude of the elect[Pg 19] clothed in their bodies of immortality rising to meet their Lord in the air; then the great white throne set up and He who is appointed by God to be Judge (Acts x. 42) taking His seat upon it, His garment ... white as snow ...
...It was far less irksome to bury the talent and live a life of ease, letting things just take their course, and hoping all would come out right in the end; but at the end things were not right, for he had nothing to give to his Master, the one talent was the Masters, he knew that quite well: Behold here Thou hast that which is Thine.
...This is the preparation of the heart-the preparation of love; and it will not stop at my own heart, for if I really love my King I shall take an interest in all the work that He is coming to do; I shall try to prepare His way for Him in the hearts of others; I shall let them know that Jesus of Nazareth is going to pass by.
- Emereo Publishing, October 2012
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