To the people – 2

From the days of your fathers you have turned aside from My ordinances and have not kept them. Return unto Me and I will return unto you, says HaShem of hosts. But you say, “Wherein shall we return? Will a man rob God?” Yet you rob Me (Mal 3:7-8).

Love is not wanted any longer despite all He has given them throughout the centuries. Even the wandering animals He has created enter and sit with Him, unbidden, to keep Him company and bask in His infinite love. But His people – His very own people, those dearest to His tender Heart – do not come, neither do they care whether others come.

Some of them seem to infinitely prefer it if the common people had to stay away, not show up to inconvenience them; for the doors of their hearts are slammed solidly shut, as are the doors of many of their churches. Only a remnant from the original people remains who truly desires Him. The rest leave Him there all alone: exposed, neglected and abandoned.

(Source: A Voice Calling God’s People, 2013).