TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON SEPTEMBER 23, 1983

"EXAMINATION OF ONE'S PERSONAL LIFE, ONE'S PATTERN OF LIVING, ALWAYS DIRECTED TO THE FINALE OF LIFE - GOD'S JUDGMENT FOR OUR SOUL"

SEPTEMBER 23, 1983

“EXAMINATION

OF ONE’S PERSONAL LIFE

ONE’S PATTERN OF LIVING

ALWAYS DIRECTED TO THE

FINALE OF LIFE

GOD’S JUDGMENT FOR

OUR SOUL”

“Faith in God is Belief in God, Devotion to Him, Making and Taking Time especially for Him, Respect for His Rules, Dependence upon His Will, Hopeful to do His Will, His Way.

Faith in one’s self.

Faith in a spouse.

Faith in a friend.

Faith in a teacher.

Faith in a school.

Faith in one’s Priest or Minister.

Faith in one’s abilities.

Faith in one’s capabilities.

Faith in one’s talents.

Faith in one’s knowledge.

Faith in one’s decisions.

Faith in one’s goals.

Faith has reason, purpose, and dignifies one’s very existence.  Faith is a bond of understanding, a bond of relationship to someone else, and can be satisfying and rewarding based on self-esteem and dignified pride in living each day, basing all things on sound logic and sound values which automatically bespeaks obedience to God’s Ten Commandments.”

“Loving God is recognizable by one’s habits, way of life, sound values, sound standards and example.

Loving life.

Loving one’s family.

Loving one’s work.

Loving one’s friends.

Loving change.

Loving with enthusiasm.

Loving to travel.

Loving to explore.

Loving to conquer.

Loving is caring.”

“We should be constantly aware of:

Sound reasoning.

Sound decisions.

Sound facts.

Sound ideals.

Sound practices.

Sound actions.

Sound thoughts.

Sound example.

Sound morals.

Sound Spiritual practices.”

“Practical intentions,

Practical motives,

Practical habits,

Practical monetary control,

Practical respect,

Practical honor,

Practical manners,

should always be based on sound values and sound standards.”

“Trusting in one’s Faith in God means following His Ten Commandments and practicing open acts of purity of mind and body.

Trusting one’s spouse.

Trusting one’s employer.

Trusting the abilities of another human being.

Trusting in legal justice.

Trusting in another’s moral values.

Trusting in another’s abilities.

Trusting the direction of a Priest or Minister.

Trusting and believing in what one reads.

Trusting in one’s doctor.

Trusting in mechanical devices.

Trusting in facts on material things.

Trusting in a man’s knowledge.

In trusting, one must always evaluate in sound judgment if the trust is based on logical behavior, logical advice, logical reasoning and justice.  Trusting must never be indifferent to basing the trust on God’s Ten Commandments.”

“Sincerity in actions is first by one’s obedience to God’s Ten Commandments.

Sincerity in example.

Sincerity in Spiritual practices.

Sincerity in friendships.

Sincerity in one’s own home.

Sincerity in one’s vocation.

Sincerity in one’s view of religion.

Sincerity in a just manner.

Sincerity without price.

Sincerity without vanity.”

“Willing to learn more about Faith and more about how to achieve Sainthood.

Willing to learn.

Willing to ask.

Willing to do.

Willing to be asked.

Willing to pray.

Willing to work.

Willing to save.

Willing to help.

Willing to negotiate.

Where one is willing to rely upon another person’s advice or decision in any fact of life, one must understand first that the willingness to comply to advice or direction with another human being, awareness of the Spiritual safety of one’s Soul must never be forfeited, nor must one ever fear criticism if they are criticized or slandered by remarks that refer to them not being willing to partake in what was requested of them.

Remember, Our Will is Our Line of Decision.”

“Decisions should always be based on Justice, Sound Values, Sound Standards, God’s Ten Commandments, plus the Teachings that are based on our very existence, our being made to the Image and Likeness of God; also, Christ’s Teachings in purity, charity, and the Purpose of life.

Decisions are daily.

Decisions are positive actions.

Decisions can be right.

Decisions can be wrong.

Decisions can be complicated.

Decisions can change the course of a life.

Remember, Our Will is Our Line of Decision.”

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