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"If you disappoint your parents, you disappoint me"

Updated: Apr 13, 2021

Saturday, April 3, 2021

1:04 P.M.

Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. I am always made glad when I see great interest in my writings. I have noticed traffic to my website coming from all around the world! That brings great joy to my heart. I'm glad to see that it's not only from Canada, but also from other big and small countries. I enjoy writing these blogs, and I'm glad the Lord has ordered me to do so.


Today, I will be writing about a dream I had many years ago. This was in my younger teenager years. I believe I was about fifteen during the time of this dream.


This is the dream:


I saw myself standing in front of my father and my mother, and I was yelling at them in anger. Then, I slowly saw Jesus appearing in my father and Mother Mary appearing in my mother. I stopped yelling and backed away closer to the door of my home. Then, I saw my father raise his hand, and he motioned to look behind me. I turned around, and I saw what seemed to be a big, roughly 8 foot tall dirty spirit. It looked like a body of black tar and horns. I was afraid at that time and ran to hide behind my father. I heard the voice of Jesus in my father speaking to me. He said, "If you disappoint your parents, you disappoint me. Love your father, as if you are showing love to me. And love your mother, as if you are showing love to my Mother Mary. Love and honour your parents."


This was the dream. It was quite short, but I must record everything I have seen in my life. I have learned a lesson behind every single dream, hence, why I decided to call this website "Spiritual Life Lessons."


Ever since this dream, I've done everything in my power to obey, respect, and love my parents. If ever I spoke in anger as a child, I asked for my parents apology, and confessed to the Lord.


I know that there are many young people reading this blog now. You might have problems with your family. Whether it's your father, mother, brother or sister. It doesn't matter which family member it is, show love to them. I can't emphasize this enough. If only you received the message I did, then you would truly understand how much honouring and respecting our parents is important to the Lord.


There are families where the father is the issue. Go to your father, apologize, even if you did nothing wrong. Hug him. Love him. Kiss him and tell him how much he means to you as the father of the house. Kiss his hand and place it on your forehead. This signifies your respect and placing your father above you.

This is the order I have received from the Lord. First, God. Second, your earthly father. Third, your earthly mother. Fourth, your brothers and sisters. Fifth, your friends. Lastly, yourself. There is an acronym in the word, "JOY", that most of us haven't noticed...


J = Jesus

O = Others

Y = Yourself


You have joy when you place Jesus first, then others, and then yourself.


What do we see today? We see everyone placing themselves first, others second, and then Jesus last. What does that spell out? "YOJ". That's JOY backwards. What does this mean? What's the opposite of joy? Instead of joy, you will have sadness. But if you follow the JOY acronym, you will always find joy and peace within your family, others and yourself.


Maybe you have a problem with mom also. Go to her, apologize, even if you did nothing wrong. Kiss and hug her every morning and tell her how much she means to you as the mother of the home. I'm guilty. I don't hug and kiss anyone in the morning, because I'm always 95% asleep and 5% awake. My mind isn't with me in the morning. But! I make my parents laugh every morning by just getting up and saying, "Good morning." It's most likely because it's funny to see me when I'm tired. Maybe one day I'll have the energy like my dad. He doesn't sleep all night, but wakes up like a lion roaring.


If you have a problem with your family, ask Jesus to help repair it. Ask for the intercession of Mother Mary. How can you be right with Jesus, if you can't even make yourself right with your own family? Jesus says to leave your gifts at the altar, make peace with your brother and sister, and then come back. We see this more and more everyday. We're showing hate to everyone, and then showing love to God. It doesn't work that way! Jesus said, "If you love me you will keep my commandments." One of Jesus' commandments is that we should, "Love one another, just as I have loved you." If we aren't loving one another, we're not keeping the commandment of Jesus. If we're not keeping the commandments of Jesus...well... you know what that means.


Whether your in the right or wrong, go and make peace in your family! If it's not you and it's someone else in your family. The love of God will transform that member in your family through YOU! Yes, I said, through YOU. I don't care what your past is. When you repent and give your heart to Jesus, you crucify your old self with him on the cross and are made new with him in his resurrection.


Now that we're finished with this blog, listen to what the Spirit of the Lord inside of me is telling you. To get up, hug and kiss your father and mother, brother and sister. If you can't see them because they live far away, call them and tell them how much you mean to them. This will bring you what your heart desires from the Lord. Don't just read and not act. Learn and demonstrate.


May God bless you and your family. Dio vi Benedica e la vostra familia.


I am excited to share my spiritual life lessons with all of you. I thank you sincerely for joining me on this journey. I will be sharing every spiritual lesson I've learned in my life, every story of my father's life, every spiritual dream I had that came true, absolutely everything!


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I look forward to seeing you in the next blog.


God bless you all always,


Roberto W Rafo.


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