Mary No one asks, “Where does this road lead?” The secular religion sees only the freedom and the removal of restraints, which allow the person to set aside obligations to God and the many moral demands required by the gospels. 6. Returning to the Father’s House FEB 2, 2015

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6. Returning to the Father’s House FEB 2, 2015

No one asks, “Where does this road lead?”  The secular religion sees only the freedom and the removal of restraints, which allow the person to set aside obligations to God and the many moral demands required by the gospels.

So, mankind sets out like the Prodigal Son, its pockets filled with money and away from the father’s authority.  But, where does that road lead?  Fortunately, in his squalor, the son remembered his father’s house.  He realized that even his father’s servants lived better than he.  This led to his decision, “I will return to my father’s house”.

Today, however, many of the young born into a secular society have never experienced the heavenly Father’s home.  They do not know the Father’s table where the fatted lamb is served.  They know only the husks meant for pigs.  When the events come and when the prosperity of the secular world collapses, they will be totally lost, unaware of their Father’s house.

I must raise my voice and I must act.  I will use these little locutions to preach everywhere.  My voice will not be limited to the Churches.  I will go and seek out my prodigal children.  I will carry them back to the Father’s house.  Many, for the first time, will understand what the secular world has stolen from them.  Even though they did not grow up in the Church, they will know that they have come home.

O reader, if you are away from the Father’s house, I will lead you back.  The heavenly Father, will embrace you and clothe you with peace.

Comment:  The secularized world deliberately sets aside the Father so it need not accept His authority.

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