March 28, 2014
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to succinctly state the differences between a believer and non-believer in Holy Love. These have been stated in various ways in the past, but bear repeating.”

“The non-believer has erroneous opinion based on hearsay or some untruth and will not search out the Truth or accept it; while the believer accepts Heaven's intervention as the Truth.”

“The non-believer cannot accept Heaven's choice of visionary or messenger out of spiritual envy and places limitations on who or where Holy Spirit will work; while the believer makes total allowance for Heaven's right to choose whom It wishes without limitations.”

“The non-believer does not internalize Messages and is not open to self-knowledge; while the believer applies every Message to himself and constantly strives for perfection in holiness.”

“The non-believer looks for any negative reason to disbelieve and does not base negative opinions on fact; while the believer sees the good in every Message.”

“The non-believer is full of self-righteousness; while the believer humbly believes others to be more holy than himself and states his opinions – then prays they are accepted.”

“There are marked differences in the hearts of believers and non-believers. They are as far apart as pride is from humility. Pray the barrier of proud hearts is defeated.”