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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget

Book Four

Chapter Forty-Six

          In Book Four of Chapter Forty-Six of the Prophesies and Revelations of the holy mystic St. Bridget of Sweden we see the bride's exhortation toward a man who has not treated others fairly in his mission to acquire temporal things. St. Bridget does what every Catholic should do as Jesus invokes in the gospels and as St. Paul's epistles supplicate us to do and that is to in all charity to preprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine. In this particular case, she identifies who received the message of conscience and why this man, whom she does not know but loves because he is made in the image and likeness of God, needs to amend his ways, make recompense to those wronged in every way, and treat others as he would want to be treated by the divine Judge. She warns that, if he continues in his ways, God will deal him a harsh sentence.

    Sir, I warn you about the danger your soul is in, and remind you that we read about a certain king in the Old Testament who felt a desire for another man's vineyard and offered him the full price for it. However, since the owner did not want to sell it, the king was angered and unjustly expropriated it for himself with violence. The Holy Spirit spoke to him a little later through the mouth of a prophet, sentencing the king and queen to die a wretched death for their injustice. The prophecy was fulfilled in them, and their children had not the least benefit of the possession of that vineyard.

    Now, then, since you are Christian and keep the whole faith and know with certainty that God is the same now in His power and justice as He was then, you ought to know, accordingly, that, if you have a desire to possess something unjustly, either by forcing the owner to sell it against his will or by not making a fair offer, that same powerful and just judge will be the avenger. You, moreover, should fear for such a sentence overtaking you as is said to have befallen that queen. You should sorrow that your children will not be made rich by your ill-gotten goods but will rather suffer the distress of poverty.

    By the passion of Jesus Christ, Who redeemed your soul with His precious blood, I exhort and admonish you not to destroy your soul for the sake of fleeting possessions but to make full restitution to all those who have suffered loss at your hands or because of you. Restore whatever you have wrongly acquired both to relieve those who now suffer sorrow and as an example for others, if you want to gain the friendship of God.

    God is my witness that I do not write you this on my own, for I do not know you, but because something happened to a person that compelled me to write out of holy compassion for your soul. For that person, not asleep but awake in prayer, heard the voice of an angel saying: "Björn, Björn, how overbold you are toward God and toward justice! Your willpower has so overcome the conscience within you that your conscience is completely silent, while your will speaks and acts. That is why you shall soon come to judgment in the divine court. Your will shall then be silent, and your conscience shall speak and condemn you in accordance with right justice."

Revelations and Prophesies Imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden
Book Four: Chapter Forty-Six