A Battle between Light and Darkness - 2.
June 2nd, 2008
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Thomas Jefferson.
In my channeling of January 1, 2008, I said the following: “The darkness is loud, aggressive, unfair, and domineering, while the light is more quiet, self-assured, and truly trusting in God, with a great deal of love, much of which is Divine Love.”
I did not mean to imply that those who represent the light cannot be demonstrative and assertive, for this is at times necessary. I was referring to a mode of being. For example, Jesus very rarely raised his voice - he didn’t have to. I was describing a psychological mechanism whereby some people have overcompensated for a lack of conviction by overly aggressive behavior - in other words, bullying.
It is necessary for those representing justice and love to let their voices be clearly heard. But these people don’t need to resort to aggression. They can speak their truth in love, with full confidence that God will bless their path. And the true spiritual light is indeed quiet, for it manifests as that silent presence within that is the assurance of God’s presence. Those who can be sure of their motives of justice and love will find peace in their heart because they know they are doing the right thing by listening to their conscience.
I am certainly not denying or condemning passionate utterances. All I am saying is that people who listen to their conscience and speak out have every reason to expect that this will cause a movement in their soul that produces peace of mind, and for those who believe in a loving Creator, the peace of God.