September 8, 2008
First of all, it is gratifying to see that Mrs. S is taking to heart some of the criticisms that have appeared recently on this webpage. One writer referred to her mystical writings as "stream of consciousness concoctions that make no rational sense." With the current "Words of God the Father," it appears Mrs. S
has turned over a new leaf, as it were. She has quite obviously spent much more time at her writing desk, making sure her sentences (mostly) flow logically, one into the other.
The Words of God the Father
through Gianna Talone Sullivan
To the World
September 8, 2008
The Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Comment: How can they be the "Words of God the Father" of September 8th, when they appeared online September 7th? Does Mrs. S have a time machine somewhere that she hasn't told us about?
Children of Humanity,
As your Father and your God, I always invite you to come before Me with open arms, willing to receive and willing to give. My "Words" are for all peoples of all faiths. They are not for a select few.
Be careful how you judge; for even in the time of My Son, prophets were ridiculed and mocked. The ancestors of the Pharisees and Scribes washed their hands of the blood of the prophets; and then in turn, those who followed later wondered about the outcome. (Mt: 23:29-32)
Comment: Good! Good! A recent critique pointed out that Mrs. S hardly ever uses Scripture in her compositions. It's nice to see that she's working in a line from the Gospels - although this is not exactly a quote.
Is it not the same today? If you can now wash your hands of the blood of My prophets who both listen and give, then who will be responsible for what comes later? Will there not still then be the same blood which you are now dismissing yourself from dealing with?
blood of My prophets who both listen and give,
Comment: Apparently Mrs. S thinks she is some kind of prophet. We'll have to take that assertion with a big grain of salt. But, allowing for the sake of argument that she is one, has she shed any of her blood lately? Mrs. S should remember not to engage in hyperbole too often. Otherwise people will get
tired of reading her compositions.
My Son said, "Woe to you!"-to those of you who now kill the prophets and then later try to redeem yourselves. Is that not hypocrisy? Can you not even live and learn from the past?
Comment: Apparently Mrs. S thinks somebody is trying to kill her. Getting paranoid, Mrs. S?
I have given you very much-My most treasured Son, the gift of the Holy Spirit to lead and guide you, and the most pure and Immaculate Mother, Mary. To what extent will you desecrate her, only to go ahead and lift up your own self? It would be most wise and prudent for you to look to her and
learn, O' you of little faith. Learn from her conviction, her devotion, her meekness, her kindness, her fidelity and loyalty to God, at all costs, living in Truth.
"To what extent will you desecrate her?
Comment: Mrs. S mistakes our purpose. All good Catholics love the Blessed Mother. What angers us is someone who treats our Blessed Mother like a caged animal, and who makes her perform parlor tricks for a crowd.
"Learn from her conviction, her devotion, her meekness, her kindness, her fidelity and loyalty to God, at all costs, living in Truth."
Comment: Do you get the impression "God" is really talking about Mrs. S here? Like there has been a switcheroo in his train of thought? After all, in the Jesus of Mercy series, Jesus as much as said that we would all be better off if we imitated Mrs. S. But then again, this wouldn't be the first time that
Mrs. S has mistaken herself for the Mother of God.
I am a patient God. I am a loving God. I have only wanted, from the inception and creation of time, for you to dwell in complete happiness and total freedom. It was through the hands of humans who bowed to evil that mankind was therefore thrown out of Paradise. That was not My doing.
"It was through the hands of humans who bowed to evil that mankind was therefore thrown out of Paradise. That was not My doing"
Comment: After Adam and Eve sinned, and when they were thrown out of Paradise, the throwing-out most definitely WAS God's doing. "God" should check Genesis 3: 23-24, if he needs to jog his memory. But maybe we can forgive him. He is real old, after all, and this was such a long time ago
Initially, life was created forever to be lived in Paradise. You now have that opportunity once again by avoiding temptation. Through your free will, you can reject evil and be the Truth and the Light through compassion, kindness, love and fidelity.
Comment: So we have the opportunity to live in an earthly Paradise by somehow avoiding temptation? "God" is going millenarian on us again. He needs to check the teachings of the Catholic Church. As long as human beings remain on this earth, through the misuse of their free will, there will always be
suffering and death. There will never be a mystical LaLa Land on earth this side of the Last Judgment, no matter how much Mrs. S would like us to think otherwise.
Nothing goes unnoticed. For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, you have been given a gift. If you drape a cloth of negligence over your eyes and block your ears from hearing the Truth, then your own fate is what you make of it; for you do not allow Mercy from Heaven. Justice and Peace
shall meet; and all must be held accountable. It is best to surrender and to have nothing in this world than to lose everything in the next.
"If you drape a cloth of negligence over your eyes ..."
Comment: Nice imagery! Way to go, "God"!!
"Justice and Peace shall meet."
Comment: Looks like "God" is messing up his Scripture quotes again. Psalm 85 says, "Kindness and truth shall meet. Justice and peace shall kiss." And that's where the psalmist is referring to the blessings God will shower on his people - NOT the death and devastation that Mrs. S' "God" is always
threatening to fling down on our heads.
"It is best to surrender and to have nothing in this world than to lose everything in the next."
Comment: But to whom are we surrendering? To the God preached by the Church or the "God" preached by Mrs. S? They are not one and the same. (The Archdiocese of Baltimore said as much when it declared on two separate occasions that Mrs. S'
experiences DO NOT come from heaven.) To be saved, I must confess my faith that Jesus died on the cross for my sins. I must then live my life as an act of gratitude. To be saved, I do NOT have to believe that a certain middle-aged woman is seeing things.
Your time, as you know it, is limited; for the body only survives so long. The soul will have to answer, and yet cries out for Justice. You have the complete control over your vices, your thoughts, your muscles, your words, what you see and what you hear, how you act, what you say, where you
walk and what you do, what you receive and what you give, how you give and how you receive.
"You have the complete control over
Comment: Somebody needs to tell "God" that we DON'T have control over our vices. If we did, we wouldn't need divine grace. Looks like "God" is flirting with the Pelagian heresy.
"(You have the complete control over)
Comment: Somebody should clue "God" in to the fact that we can have involuntary distractions that we haven't chosen to put in our heads. I guess Mrs. S never gets distracted in prayer, but then again she's not one of us reg'lar folks anyway.
"(You have the complete control over)
Comment: "God" should know that we have voluntary and involuntary muscles. Imagine if we had to spend the day consciously making our heart beat, our lungs breathe, or making food pass through our intestines? There would no time left for anything else - including seeing people who aren't there.
"(You have the complete control over
what you see and what you hear)"
Comment: I guess "God" never had an attractive member of the opposite sex walk by him in a noisy subway.
For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, this is for you to behold. Peace.
Comment: This is a nice flashy way to end her hissy fit, but it shows that Mrs. S' typing fingers still escape her control when she's all worked up about something. She should get at least a C-plus for effort. Maybe next time, she'll rate a B-minus, and then one of these days, "God" may actually sound like
He knows what He is talking about.