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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget


Book Three

Chapter Thirty-Three and Thirty-Four

          We complete Book Three by combining Chapters 33 and 34 in which Jesus speaks to St. Bridget about the example of two men andhow He judges them interiorily by their heart, not their exterior actions. Then His Blessed Mother addresses the bride on how a ring symbolizes the soul and the body represents a cloth in showing how the soul should be purified through discretion and the body should be cleansed, and to avert being destroyed, even killed, the antidote is abstinence. Honesty is the chosen course in being honest with God one will always be honest to oneself. That is what God and His Immaculate Mother gently hammer home to souls everywhere through Their chosen messenger St. Bridget as Book Three of The Revelations and Prophesies of St. Bridget of Sweden is concluded.

    The Son of God speaks to the bride: "You are wondering about two men, one of whom was like a square-set stone, the other like a pilgrim to Jerusalem. However, neither of them achieved what you expected. The first man to whom you were sent was like a square-set stone, firm in his convictions but, like Thomas, piously doubting. Accordingly, since it was not yet the time when wicked deeds were fulfilled, he tasted the wine but did not drink it.

    Regarding the second man, I said that he would be a fellow traveler to Jerusalem. This happened so that you might learn the true state of the man who was reputed to be righteous and holy. He is a religious in his habit and a monk in his profession but an apostate in his ways, a priest by his rank but a slave to sin, a pilgrim by reputation but a vagabond in intention, rumored to be bound for Jerusalem but really headed for Babylon. Moreover, he left in disobedience and against the apostolic rules.

    Also, he is so infected with heresy that he believes and says that he will become pope in the future and bring about a complete restoration. His books give evidence of this as well. This is why he will die a sudden death and, if he does not beware, he will join the company of the father of lies.

    Thus, you should not be troubled if certain things are said in an obscure way or if predictions do not turn out as you expect, since God's words can be understood in various ways. Whenever this happens I will point out the truth. But I am God, the true Pilgrim bound for Jerusalem. I Myself will be your fellow traveler."

Our Lord's Explanation
        The Spirit of God speaks: "You have heard that the man I told you was like a square-set stone and a pious doubter has died. May you know that he will not be in the number of those who tempted God in the desert nor with those who sought a sign like that of the prophet Jonah, nor with those who stirred up persecution against Me. No, he will be with those who had zeal and charity although not yet perfectly."

    The Mother speaks: "A ring is given to someone but it is too tight for his finger. So he asks advice of an enemy as to what should be done.

    The enemy answers him: 'Cut the finger off so the ring will fit on it.'

    A friend says to him: 'Certainly not! Instead, make the ring wider with a hammer.'

    Someone wants to filter and strain a drink for a powerful lord by using an unclean cloth and asks advice of an enemy. He answers: 'Cut everything that is unclean from the cloth and use the clean parts you find to filter your lord's drink.'

    A friend tells him: 'By no means do that! Instead, the cloth should be washed and cleansed first and then the drink should be filtered!'

    The same thing applies even in spiritual matters. The ring represents the soul, the cloth represents the body. The soul, which should be placed on God's finger, should be made wider with the hammer of discretion and purification. The body should not be killed, but cleansed through abstinence so that the words of God can be spread abroad by means of it."


Revelations and Prophesies Imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden
Book Three: Chapter Thirty-One