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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget


Book Four

Chapter Ninety-Six

          In Chapter Ninety-Six of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, Christ reminds the bride of the previous chapter and the devil's army, some of whom are not fully committed to lucifer's legions but lean that way. They are but two feet away from our Lord and His loyal battalion. Jesus explains the meaning of each twelve-inch distance, the first being that all the good they had previously done is in great jeopardy and nothing good will lay ahead; the second representing their wickedness that feeds their lust to sin for their swords symbolize the intention to sin, drawn partly from their sheaths, the indecision prompting them to seek fame and fortune in this world with little thought of the consequences. Jesus warns that there will be consequences if they do not repent and right their ways.

      Two feet from hell

    The Son speaks: "I told you earlier that there is no more distance between Me and My enemies than a couple of feet.

    "Indeed they are now advancing a foot closer to the judgment. One of these feet symbolizes the reward for the good works they have done for Me. Accordingly, from now on their ignominy will grow, their pleasure will turn bitter, their joy will be taken away, their trouble and sorrow will increase.

    "The second foot is their wickedness, which is as yet unfulfilled. Just as people say that a thing is so filled it will burst, so too when their soul and body are separated, they will be condemned by the Judge.

    "Their sword is their intention of sinning. It has been drawn out halfway because, when a man is on the wane and misfortunes occur, the wicked suffer more anguish but still remain eager to sin. Fame and fortune do not allow them to ponder over sin much.

    "As it is, they wish to live longer so as to achieve their lustful pleasure, and they are already adding to their sinning with even greater license. Woe to them, for, unless they rectify themselves, their perdition is already at hand!"


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