“Oh? What about you?”
“Me? I always do! All my life I have kept the commandments, I have lived by the system and the rules, not like you. You been living it up, while I worked, worked, worked like a mule!”
“That’s the truth, I plainly see your good works and feel ashamed of my lack of them, but! Let me ask without disdain but not in vain, let me ask, What is the good in the commandments or in the system or in the rules that you have kept? Please enlighten me, I cannot see.”
O mine! O mine! O mine! Do you see it? Do you hear it? The statement, the witness, the confession, the conclusion of a convicted sinner. The reaction from the public gallery.
Where am I? Where are you? In the convicted sinner seat or in the public gallery? That’s the matter to consider.
What must I do to stop the buck here? What must I do to take responsibility for my actions present and past? What must I do? O my Father, what must I do?
O thiaBasilia—O child of My heart? I am delighted to hear and answer your request. You are in all these matters to do nothing more than to write and publish and optimize whatever I inspire to you. The rest? Sit still, wait! I am doing the rest for you and My children’s best.
Phew! Saved from a long spill telling all what to do or not to do. That’s not my department. I got my own precious compartment. No more problems. Big time solutions. No worries. No sorriest. Joy inexplicable and full of Father’s esteem and the half have never yet been told. I am sold! Father is my all! My own compartment? Father is in control!
The ways of mankind are insane, troublesome, heavy loads imposed on each one of us. Indeed! This world is ridden with insanity.