“The time has come, my children – yes, the command has gone forth, that the sons and daughters of Light be gathered unto the Lord – all that is His, into His Temple on earth and in the heavens.” — Prophecy of the Sun 2:4
Do I understand the significance of being “gathered unto the Lord”? What belongs to the Lord? Am I truly a possession of the Lord? What makes a person a possession of the Lord? Is my only desire to be with Him and to dwell in His temple?
Lord, my God, Father of Greatness, cleanse my hands so that I may lift up thy Holy Word in righteousness.
Mother, my Comforter, Spirit of holiness, cleanse my lips so that I may speak of the Truth in all of the world.
Son of God, Lord Yisho, Mashikha, cleanse my soul with they saving grace and loving heart, so that I may walk in the Gospel each day.
(A Meditation on the Glikhuta Text for Wednesday, 7-14 February 2016 by Brother Mihailo Bulic)
“This is my covenant with you. Abandon all forms of idolatry, harmful desires, extreme materialism and accept the Message of Light as it is, without attachment to preconceived ideas and assumptions.” — Teaching of Mir Izgadda 15:12
“A cynical, or closed minded attitude is a barrier to building a proper trust of Divine Revelation. He who has an overtly cynical attitude generally tends to distrust all things presented to him whether such things are invisible to him or even physically present before his very own eyes.” — Teaching of Mir Izgadda 18:1,2
“When you have perfected the practice of the Virtues you will shine brightly in the world for others and they shall see your light and those who have ears to hear and eyes to see shall give glory to God.” — Teaching of Mir Izgadda 16:3
Is my walk with the Lord a witness to others in the world that I am a servant of the Supreme Lord of the Universe? Do I shrink back when I’m around others that don’t appreciate the Religion of Light?
“Cultivate the Twelve Virtues in perfection and you shall find yourself living outside of the worries of the world.” — Teaching of Mir Izgadda 16:2