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    Reference Notes about what Christ says concerning Church Authorities who do not approve Poem

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    Reference Notes about what Christ says concerning Church Authorities who do not approve Poem

    Post by Poem on Sun Oct 19, 2008 2:33 am

    Notes:

    1. The term "Work" is often used by Christ or God the Father throughout Valtorta's revelations, to refer to the whole corpus of The Poem of the Man-God. Elsewhere, God the Father has also called The Poem... the "Good News newly evangelized" —i.e., the Good News, given all over again, as it was given 2000 years ago. Thus new editions of The Poem... significantly restore its original title: The Gospel as It Was Revealed to Me. "Gospel," of course, means "Good News".

    2. Maria Valtorta, Quadernetti (Edizioni Pisani / Centro Editoriale Valtortiano srl, Via Po 95, 03036 Isola del Liri (FR), Italia, 2006): 214-216.

    3. "...through the Work would have found Life and eternal Salvation." —A severe condemnation which, as the next paragraph makes clear, refers especially to those ecclesiastical authorities who have obstinately hindered or prevented the publication and dissemination of Christ's "Work" —the term He frequently uses to refer to His Poem of the Man-God, as stated in Note 1 above.

    4. Christ continues the severe condemnation of these Church authorities, "these Shepherds of souls..." i.e., those of the hierarchy who oppose publishing The Poem—which He here refers to as "wholesome pasture," and which they thereby forbid the sheep and the lambs to enter.

    5. "...My instrument." Christ often refers to Valtorta as His "instrument".


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