God Does Not Forsake You

"I have given her time to repent of her immorality, but she is unwilling." John (Revelations, 2:21)

Even though the Revelation is replete with profound symbols, it does not impede our examination of some expressions compatible with our understanding, withdrawing from it the appropriate lessons to amplify our spiritual progress.

The mentioned verse provides us with the understanding of the generosity of the Most High with regards to the failings and defections of His transgressing children.

Many people insist on the rigid and irrevocable determinations of divine origins; nevertheless, we must recognize that the hearts that are inclined to this interpretation, still cannot achieve and analyze the sublime essence of love that eliminates dark debts, and causes the rebirth of a new day in the horizons of the soul.

If among the judges on Earth, there exists fraternal providence, like that of conditional liberty, would the Celestial tribunal be made up of harsher and more inflexible intelligence?

The House of the Father is much more generous and magnanimous than any other known in the world, to this point, in the religious mind. In its abundant granaries there are more loans and moratoriums, concession of time and resources, than the most vigorous human imagination could conceive.

The Almighty supplies gifts to all; actually, it is advisable for the earthbound individual to meditate over the resources that he was conceded by the Heavens, for his repentance, in order to readjust to the righteous paths.

The prisoners of the concept of an implacable justice ignore the tremendous intercession from the Almighty that manifests itself in a thousand different ways; therefore, all who seek his own personal illumination from universal love, are aware that God always provides and that it is necessary to learn how to receive.

XAVIER, Francisco Cândido. Our Daily Bread. By the Spirit Emmanuel. Spititist Alliance for Books, 2003. Chapter 92.