Sunday, June 28, 2009

Jesus Christ the Returning King

Lay Apostolate

Love of Neighbor (from "Climbing The Mountain" By Anne, a lay apostle
Sometimes a soul living outside of the Kingdom is bitter. This bitterness is like a sore. When a soul in bitterness views Christ in us, it can be like salt in the wound or sore because our unity with Christ highlights his isolation from Him. This is good. The soul then comes closer to an understanding of what it lacks. Our experience of this may not be pleasant. It may be necessarily painful because in its pain the soul may strike out at us. This can be understood as an almost instinctual lashing out or crying out in the distress of their disconnectedness from Christ. We must accept these strikes as beneficial penance and part of standing with Christ as a companion on the Way of the Cross.
Lay Apostolate of Jesus Christ the Returning King
In April, 2005, Our Lord revealed to Anne a set of guidelines for those called to assist in the work of the mission. Anne's bishop then gave permission for the formation of The Lay Apostolate of Jesus Christ the Returning King. Their mission is to serve as conduits of divine grace, spreading the messages of the Volumes throughout the earth.
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