A Good Man Gone
My brother-in-law died after fighting glioblastoma since August 2008. Many are saddened at the loss of such a good man at the age of 57 ¾ years.
He was our best man. For 35 years he was a brother to us, way beyond “the law”.
He was at peace when he left his body. Friends and family gathered for a joyous celebration of life. We made his favorite cake for the meal which was shared afterwards. Actually we made 10 cakes which meant 30 layers. It felt good to be doing that for him.
So now he is physically absent which leaves a big hole, but I look forward to the day of resurrection. We can hasten that day if we work towards changing the world for Good. That is part of the Message given in Arès, that God is waiting for us to change so that His Day can come.
“… you shall toil, your arms will be bruised with the blows dealt to you, (they will be) scratched by the thorns; but heavy sheaves rich in good grain will pile up behind you, under their weight the floors of My Barns will creak and groan.
Then My Day will break.
I will gesture to the planet to stop (revolving) under your feet; there will be no longer day or night, but My Light will cover everything continuously;
I will descend to visit My Barns, I will stretch out both of My Arms over the universe, then it will shout for jubilation, it will tremble with delight, the stars will lighten as if ablaze, they will inflame and consume the remaining brushwood and thorn(bush).
I will lean over the graves, the funeral urns, the seas, the bones and ashes will quiver under the caress of the souls descending along with Me from the Saint’s Heights,
they will put themselves together and stand up.”