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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget

Book Four

Chapter Ninety-One

          In Chapter Ninety-One of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, Jesus admonishes the bride to humble herself in four ways. These are namely: one, before those in authority because of man's need to be directed; two, before those who live in sin, that is spiritual poverty, so that she will pray for them; three, before those in spiritual wealth that she is not worthy to be in their company and will strive to emulate them, and fourth, before the poor in the world by clothing them and tending to their needs. Note, that is needs, not wants and it is left to God's children, out of love for our neighbor, to come to the aid of our neighbor, especially the poor. It is not the government's role to do so for that would deprive God's children of their God-given duties.

    The Son speaks to the bride: "You should humble yourself in four ways; first of all, before those who wield power in the world. One should defer to authority both because it is right for men to obey other men, inasmuch as humankind scorned to obey God, and because people cannot get on without someone to direct them.

    "Second, humble yourself before those who live in spiritual poverty, that is, before sinners, by praying for them and giving thanks to God because, fortunately, you neither have been nor are one of them.

    "Third, humble yourself before those who live in spiritual wealth, that is, before the friends of God, by regarding yourself as unworthy to serve them or to be in their company.

    "Fourth, humble yourself before those who are poor in the world, by helping and clothing them and by washing their feet."

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