Saturday, December 16, 2017
A Prayer to the Father
In this short message from William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council they give us a prayer and a thought that we can rely on in times of need.
Questioner: If you would care to give a formal prayer or would you prefer to suggest a particular way of praying?
The Council: As to a formal prayer, we would suggest the "Our Father." As to a way of praying, simply ask the Father that you are never foolish enough to be used, to allow yourself to be used as a channel for negativity or Satan or whatever term you wish to apply to the negative forces. Ask him to seal off all that from you and instead allow you to be used as a channel of light of His Divine Love because this is your wish to serve His Will. Those basic words repeated to oneself with the intention that they fall on the ears of the Father could be considered as a prayer. Any words are a prayer to the Father if the intention is proper.
If you are willing to forgive those that go against you, you will be forgiven too. The true forgiving means that one must not continue in those things that we are forgiven. If you are worried whether or not you are forgiven for some of the sins in this present expression, attempt with sincerity of heart not to commit them again. Do you understand?
Questioner: Yes, I do.
The Council: And they are forgiven. Ask that you be forgiven for your trespasses and they will be forgiven, but do not make a mockery of this. Do not run out and commit sin and then get back to your home and say forgive me. This will only go on for so long and then you begin to make a ridicule of the situation. You begin to ridicule the forgiveness of the Father. So then you become guilty not only of committing the sin but of insulting the Father.
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