Thursday, December 25, 2014

Unfold your soul

“Come before My face. Now unfold your soul. Stretch it out like a fabric remembering your stains. Yesterday’s and today’s. You show them to Me without saying a word, and yet this is a prayer. You are humble before the display of your wretchedness and this is the most eloquent of prayers. The voice of the just rises day and night and how can his cry be anything but humble? You see that even your shortcomings can bring you closer to Me. Use them; you can transform them into the love that makes amends, the love of contrition. Everything should lead to love. In this way you will meet Me. And won’t I have gone more than half way along the road?”

Excerpt From: Gabrielle Bossis. “He and I.”