Jesus forgave Judas: 11/21/20
Dear soul on the the divine love path towards eternity. Welcome, We would like to deliver a message on forgiveness today. Forgiveness is often misunderstood on your world. Many take it out of context, or simply make it more difficult that it needs to be. Forgiveness is letting go. In order to forgive you must have divine love present and active in your soul. The more love you have, the easier and simpler forgiveness becomes. When Judas betrayed master Jesus so long ago, Jesus forgave Judas in that instant. There wasn't a moment of hesitation or shred of anger in Jesus' soul. While the master was being nailed to the cross he uttered those famous words, "father forgive them for they know not what they do." For Jesus, the act of forgiveness was simple because his soul was so far advanced on the divine love spiritual path. For Judas, it was not so easy. Even though Jesus forgave Judas, Judas couldn't forgive himself. He became so distraught at what he had done that he hung himself from a tree branch. Judas entered the world of spirit and struggled mightily before he was able to receive enough of God's divine love and grace to lift him out of his despair and bring him up to the realms of light. The men who nailed Jesus to the cross felt this same despair, but much later in their lives. Age has a way of causing us to reflect upon our lives. Sometimes we look back and realize we could have done things better. We could have had a better outcome. These energies are part of God's design. They are not meant to punish us. They are meant to help us grow. There is a great spiritual law that states, "you reap what you sow." This law is exact and precise. We must all learn our lessons, good or bad. Pray for God's love to fill your soul with light, love, and joy. This is the key. Sometimes we learn valuable life lessons through hard work and effort, and sometimes lessons come through the school of hard knocks. The choice is yours. It's always best to strive to learn and grow in an honest and loving way. Be well today. We love you. God loves you dearly. God bless you dear soul.