TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON DECEMBER 8, 1993 AT 9:20 AM

"RESOLUTION - PROMISE - PLEDGE"

DECEMBER 8, 1993 AT 9:20 A.M.

“RESOLUTION — PROMISE — PLEDGE”

“When a year ends and people start beginning to have great hopes for the New Year, sometimes making fantastic resolutions, knowing that all these resolutions will be short-lived, but there is a ray of hope in the new beginning.

Throughout the world at that moment of change in time, which takes place at a different moment in every corner of the world, how many people make a promise to God that they will, without fail, follow His Commandments, and do everything possible in their daily lives that will radiate to others sound moral values and sound moral standards?

How many will say: ‘I will turn my back on all that is wrong, I will seek Sainthood, in spite of any interference from loved ones or from anyone, or anything outside of my daily way of life’?  Would such commitment break like most resolutions do?  Would this also be short-lived?

Soon a time will come, the time on the clock, the time on the calendar.  How many will, within five minutes after the clock strikes, break one or more of God’s Commandments and continue to do so?”

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