The Time of God’s Tears

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

The Time of God’s Tears

Do you know someone who lives under a dark cloud? You know the kind of person I mean. No matter what he or she does, it goes South. They are constantly beset by misfortune.

As hard as they try, and as good as their intentions are, nothing ever works out. Their love life stinks. Their careers tank. They can never get ahead. It’s just one thing after another after another.

Know anyone like that? We all do.

Well, strange to tell, they can be released from all of that this week, if they are willing to let go of the huge karmic debt load they are carrying.

Demons see people like this and flock around them, taunting them in the spirit with all their griefs and misfortunes, seeking to drive them insane or to an early grave.

We, our Earth, has entered a time period known as The Time of God’s Tears, a time when God weeps for us, for our hard-heartedness, our stubborn pride, our cruelty, our greed, our predilection for every evil, and our refusal to repent.

During this time, marauding gangs of Accusers are roaming the Earth seeking to pick off the weakest among us. Imagine the kind of angry mob you see in newscasts, screaming and shouting angrily, shaking their fists and making their hatred and nastiness very clear. Think of them clinging and clawing at you or someone you love.

Those special people who are still carrying such terrible burdens anyway, are being especially tested and assaulted this week — in effect, targeted. Of course, I notice this and know it, but to me, it is like observing the rain falling. Yes, yes, of course…. I take note, and hurry on—- but something happened tonight that spurred me to write about this.

Pray for everyone you know who is in this perpetually unlucky category, pray for them to let go of their past — which may be present in the form of anger, or despair or self-abuse or hopelessness. Pray for them to be protected and upheld. Pray for them to release their past. Pronounce them innocent. Hold up all that you know about them that is good about them: acts of generosity, acts of compassion, good intentions. Whatever you can think of.

This is the time to repent and to search your own hearts and to release your burdens, which most of us are quietly doing; but it is also the time to pray for others less fortunate, those who need a friend, those who need an Intercessor, a Defender, someone who will stand in the way of the demons and declare the victim innocent.

“Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be washed white as wool….”

This washing is accomplished by tears of repentance and compassion.

At this time, I wish to bring everyone’s attention to The Sermon on the Mount and the Beatitudes.

Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted— those words should stand out like a homing beacon in your minds and be a life raft for your souls.

This is, indeed, a most difficult time— but stand fast and unleash your hearts. Declare each other innocent and stand like a shield between the demons and their prey.

Those who mourn now and who repent and who release their sins and tears, will inherit the Beatitudes.

This is the time to shed yourselves of your sins and your regrets, your griefs and your failures. This is the time to open the floodgates of your soul and release all of that. Let it go. Let the misery of it all wash through you, until you are clean.

We are at the end of that time and the grief of the death of our innocence is soon to be over. A new time is come. It is only right and natural for us to go through this cleansing, so that we, too, can be made new.


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