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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget

Book Four

Chapter One-Hundred-One

          In Chapter One-Hundred-One of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, Our Lady shares with the bride how her divine Son's most Sacred Heart is most sweet, most clean, and most pleasant. It abounds in love that even if a sinner were standing at the very door of perdition and cried out to Him with a firm purpose of amendment, that prodigal son would be freed. Mary shows the two ways we can reach God's Heart through humility of true contrition and through the devout and frequent contemplation of His sorrowful Passion for to know Jesus is to love Him, and, unless we know what He went through for us and understand His compassion and sacrifice, how could we ever love Him as the Mother of God wants us to so much because of her love for God's children. We should be running to Him in joy and gratitude out of pure love for God.

    The Mother of God speaks: "My Son's Heart is as sweet as the sweetest honey and as clean as the purest spring, for whatever belongs to virtue and goodness flows from It as from a spring.

    "His heart is also most pleasant. What is more pleasant to a sensible person than the contemplation of God's love in His creation and redemption, in His life of work and His teaching, in His grace and long-suffering?

    "His love is indeed not fluid like water, but widespread and durable, for it stays with a person until the very end, so much so that if a sinner were standing at the very gates of perdition, even then he would be rescued if he cried out with a purpose of amendment.

    "There are two ways to reach the Heart of God. The first is the humility of true contrition. This leads a person to God's Heart and to a spiritual dialogue.

    "The second way is the contemplation of my Son's Passion. This removes the hardness of the human heart and makes a person run toward God's Heart with joy."

Revelations and Prophesies Imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden
Book Four: Chapter One-Hundred-One