Allow the Holy Spirit to Lead you!

Our Lady of Medjugorje Message of May 25, 1993 “Dear children! Today I invite you to open yourselves to God by means of prayer so the Holy Spirit may begin to work miracles in you and through you. I am with you and I intercede before God for each one of you because, dear children, each one of you is important in my plan of salvation. I invite you to be carriers of good and peace. God can give you peace only if you convert and pray. Therefore, my dear little children, pray, pray, pray and do that which the Holy Spirit inspires you. Thank you for having responded to my call.”

ALLOW THE HOLY SPIRIT TO LEAD YOU

The most important meaning for faith is really allowing God that He may lead us. He does this by way of the Holy Spirit. To let oneself be led, to listen for God, and to do what He has planned for us is what many people — people who say that they believe — still do not allow themselves to do. For instance, when we are wounded by someone, if we let ourselves be led by God, then we will forgive, and also not loose our patience, even when he has wounded us 70 x 7 times. Jesus tells us to forgive 70 x 7 times, but when we say only after 2 or 3 times that we no longer wish to forgive, then it means that we do not allow God to lead us. And every time, in every sin, the same thing is repeated, because we are failing to allow God to lead us. For instance, someone who does not pray and does not go to Mass, and who does not honor his parents, and who rejects, in one way or another, God’s Commandments, he then fails to allow God to lead him. Why does this happen? Once because we are proud, another time because we are selfish. Pride means in itself the questioning of God: “Who are you to tell me this?” Then it also adds the statement: “I will do this alone, I will do this the way I want to do it.” This pride is the cause of the first sin, and of every sin that anyone has ever committed. Why should man not know what is best for him? …this is what God asked. But pride always says in every situation: “Who are you God? I decide the way I want to decide.” This pride in us is what we must fight with all the means that are available to us by way of the graces that are given us by the Holy Spirit — the Holy Spirit who wishes us to lead us..

Fra Slavko of Medjugorje
Medjugorje; May 28, 1998.

 

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