Being An Apostle Of Holy Love – Messages

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February 27, 2014

St. Peter says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“It is important that all people who live in the Truth of Holy Love recognize their intrinsic call to apostleship for Truth cannot be hidden, but must be brought out into the light. Every apostleship, if it is of the Lord, must be founded on Holy Love and Truth. If it is not, it is false and full of human error.”

“This apostleship of Love and Truth is just as important today as it was in the day when Jesus was in the world. Love and Truth are the arsenal against secular error. Therefore, it stands in direct opposition to worldly values and competition.”

“As apostles of Truth and Love, you must never remain silent. In my day, I depended on grace to present every opportunity to evangelize. You must pray in the same way and be spiritually awakened to recognize every opportunity.”

1 Peter 5:2-5

Tend the flock of God that is your charge, not by constraint but willingly, not for shameful gain but eagerly, not as domineering over those in your charge but being examples to the flock. And when the chief Shepherd is manifested you will obtain the unfading crown of glory. Likewise you that are younger be subject to the elders. Clothe yourselves, all of you, with humility toward one another, for “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.”

February 27, 2014

St. Peter says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“It is important to understand at the beginning of this endeavor, my discourse on apostleship, the difference between a disciple and an apostle. A disciple is on the first step of the ladder to apostleship. The disciple has heard of the Messages on Holy Love and of the apparitions. His interest is peaked and he becomes – so to speak – a pupil of Holy Love. Some become false disciples, exploring the Messages merely to find what they judge as error so they can excuse themselves from belief.”

“The apostle, on the other hand, believes in and lives the Messages. Furthermore, he accepts responsibility for evangelizing the Messages and leading others in the way of Holy Love and Truth. This is the call I responded to in my day.”

“These days, the true apostles must oppose false discernment and duplicity of some ‘disciples’ and many onlookers. They must be prepared to do battle in any given moment – always with the sword of Truth. They must preach Holy Love, not only by words, but by actions, as well.”

“Everyone who is a disciple should be open to apostleship.”

February 28, 2014

St. Peter says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“Today, I am here to further discuss apostleship. Think of apostles as teachers and evangelizers. Consider disciples as pupils. Sometimes these characteristics cross paths, but an apostle can never be such without first being a disciple. Not everyone who evangelizes Holy Love is an apostle. In my day, there were many who desired to become apostles and who hung onto our company in the hopes of being regarded as such. An apostle cannot appoint himself through high self-regard or self-interest. An apostle is one who teaches and evangelizes according to the Will of God.”

“The apostle knows himself. He sees his weaknesses and shortcomings and tries to overcome them. He does not focus on what he considers errors in others, but tries always to be a good example of Holy Love himself. Sometimes this is the encouragement others need towards self-improvement. This positive example of Holy Love is itself a teaching.”

“Just as the Spirit of Truth guided us, the first Apostles, as to what to say and where to be, so too, does He guide every apostle of Holy Love. This same Holy Spirit enlightens the heart to know when true apostleship takes root in the soul. He is never the spirit of conceit or confusion – always the Spirit of Truth.”

March 1, 2014

St. Peter says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“No one is called to apostleship for himself, but is as worthy as he is humble. This is not a call, then, of prestige, but a call of self-abnegation. True apostles do not label themselves as such, but in the quiet of their hearts recognize their call and pursue it through the grace of God.”

“In my day, we, the Apostles, were recognized as such because of our close affiliation with Jesus during His Life. Today, what distinguishes apostles of Holy Love is their willingness to live the Messages and to instruct others concerning them. Apostleship is all about the salvation of souls.”

“Therefore, do not look for any personal recognition or self-importance through apostleship. Be small, unassuming and humble. These are the traits of Holy Love. Always protect the Truth.”

March 2, 2014

St. Peter comes holding a key. He says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“The key to a good apostleship is Holy Love in the heart. This is the height and the depth of every evangelization effort. It is only then that the apostle can meet people where they are spiritually in a non-critical way. The apostle looks into his own heart to find error first. He trusts in God’s Mercy for forgiveness. This helps him to forgive what he sees as errors in others’ hearts.”

“Holy Love is the safeguard against self-righteousness. It promotes in the heart an effort to be non-judgmental. Holy Love reaches out to all people and all nations. While a heart steeped in Holy Love does not judge, it leads in a positive effort towards salvation – always pointing to the next positive step to be taken, and leading past any pitfall with gentleness.”