Choosing the Wise or Foolish Way

In part of today’s reading from Giliana Kudsha, we read about why Mir Izgadda has come.

I would like to examine some of these verses in detail.

His Divine Presence said: “I have come to you by the Will of the Father who sent me.”

The term “you” is referring to the believers — those of the Remnant.

He clearly says that He was sent “by the Will of the Father”. The Father is who sent Him. This gives us a better understanding of the Station of Mir Izgadda.

Mir Izgadda said: “I came to gather the sheep of the Great Shepherd of the Kingdom of Light.”

In this sentence His Divine Presence tells us what He is doing on His mission here on earth — “to gather the sheep”. Who are these sheep? They belong to “the Great Shepherd of the Kingdom of Light”. That Shepherd is the Almighty Creator Himself.

What is the “Kingdom of Light”? It is none other than the highest of the heavens where the Almighty One resides in spirit.

In the next sentence, Mir Izgadda gives us additional information as to why He was sent by the Great Spirit. He said: “The last days are upon your world, and I am here to gather you into a single covenant.”

Let us take heed, as Mir Izgadda warns us that the last days are here. Because of these latter days being upon the world, He has come to gather us “into a single covenant”. What is that covenant? Does it have a name? Those who were invited by Mir Izgadda, by the Will of the Father who sent him, know it by the name of the United Covenant. This is a single covenant, as His Divine Presence calls it, where various individuals, families and in many cases, entire spiritual communities would be gathered together and united as one, new spiritual community. This community is a remnant that was called out by the Father Himself.

In the next few sentences, Mir Izgadda said: “The words I speak are those of the Father who whispered them in my ear. I now speak these same words to you. Hear these words and be refreshed. Hear these words and live.”

We should definitely be taking notice here of the importance of what the Divine Messenger is saying. What he tells us is the same as what the Father told him. The instructions, truths and clarifications that the Father has given to Mir Izgadda are now being given to us by him. When we “hear” these words, we can be refreshed and given new life. The word “hear” is the same as “listen carefully”, “listen with diligence”. It is not the same as hearing a blaring noise with a carnival in the distance. When we are truly listening to the words of the Father given through His Messenger, we are taking them into our hearts and acting upon them. When we cultivate those precious words, we are being guided by the Great Spirit. If we refuse to listen to these holy words, then we are refusing to listen to our Creator, rejecting the new life that He is offering us.

In the next couple of sentences, the Divine Messenger gives us another warning: “The time has come that the Father will tell the Gate Keeper to close the door to the Kingdom. When the door is shut, no one else may enter.”

This is very serious. Mir Izgadda is telling us that “the door to the Kingdom” will be closed soon. What happens if we miss our chance to enter before the door closes? Mir Izgadda said: “When the door is shut, no one else may enter”. This means that for some, it will be too late to enter into the highest level of the heavens. Obviously, there was a reason that some failed to enter the door before it was closed. They did not wish to hear the words of the Father through the Divine Messenger, or they rejected His words altogether.

In one of the last sentences of this particular message, Mir Izgadda tells us that we are to “be wise and follow the Commandments”. Other Divine Messengers have told us the same in other generations. The Messiah of Israel said that He came not to destroy the Commandments of His Father who sent him, but rather to make them fully known. He taught the Israelites that no one should cast aside the Commandments. Similarly, we are being told that in order to enter into the Kingdom of Light, we must “follow the Commandments” in addition to other instructions that the Divine Messenger has given us. In doing so, we will find comfort for our souls and rest for our heads “in the Kingdom of Light”.

What of those who do not follow the Commandments? What happens to those who wish to go their own way? We all have free will, but when we try to do something against the clearly defined instructions from Mir Izgadda, we are doubting His abilities to provide knowledge for us. And worse than that, we are rejecting the Father’s Will to send His messenger.

Last night I had a dream about Mir Izgadda. I asked our spiritual authorities about this dream and was given permission to share it. In the dream, Mir Izgadda was making a vase from clay on a sculpting wheel (one of those clay turning tables). The floor was a mess with little bits of clay everywhere around the base of the turntable. After I awoke I had a strong feeling about the meaning of this. I prayed for guidance to have a better understanding. I then realized that Mir Izgadda is going to be moulding the Remnant into proper shape. Those who do not wish to be moulded according to the Father’s Plan will be the pieces of clay that fall down to the floor. I hope you and I are part of the vase, but in order to do so, we have to follow the Great Spirit’s guidance and strongly believe that Mir Izgadda is the Divine Messenger of this current age. We need to follow, with great diligence, his teachings of Light. Our Heavenly Father has promised us that we can be in His presence if only we follow the Commandments.

Do you recall the parable that the Messiah of Israel told concerning the wise and foolish virgins? Do you recall that five of them entered into the house, while another five could not come in?

Matthew 25:1-13…

1 Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, who took their lamps, and went forth to meet the bridegroom. 2 And five of them were foolish, and five were wise. 3 For the foolish, when they took their lamps, took no oil with them: 4 but the wise took oil in their vessels with their lamps. 5 Now while the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept. 6 But at midnight there is a cry, Behold, the bridegroom! Come ye forth to meet him. 7 Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed their lamps. 8 And the foolish said unto the wise, Give us of your oil; for our lamps are going out. 9 But the wise answered, saying, Peradventure there will not be enough for us and you: go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves. 10 And while they went away to buy, the bridegroom came; and they that were ready went in with him to the marriage feast: and the door was shut. 11 Afterward came also the other virgins, saying, Lord, Lord, open to us. 12 But he answered and said, Verily I say unto you, I know you not. 13 Watch therefore, for ye know not the day nor the hour.

We all have a choice to be wise or to be foolish. We must prepare our hearts, our minds, our hands and feet to do what is necessary to enter into the Gates of the Kingdom of Light.

(JBS)