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This feature, which changes monthly, is a short story told by Lama Sing, taken from the readings.
RADIO FEATURE: APRIL – JUDE
“Jude” — In the voice of Lama Sing as recorded in 1997, this recounting explains that there was a prophecy whose time had come to be fulfilled, and how it was that Jude was chosen for his burdensome work as such an integral part of that prophecy.
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Lama Sing Radio – April: Jude
And so, we here have before us a goodly sized grouping, many more than the Master, the Christ, His Disciples, the entities who would interact in and about the Master and the Disciples and that greater grouping who would participate. There are the gatherings of teachers, the spiritual workers, great throngs of the Angelic Host, and so on and so forth.
We cannot state to you by measure of Earth time the length of this gathering nor the completeness of the discussions, the references to the Akasha, the study and presentation of God’s Laws, and the loving song and joy and laughter that is so abundant herein. But we can tell you that at one point the Master arose in this gathering and asked for one to do the greatest work of all, save that of His own intent and mission. One whose works would be so difficult, so burdensome, that only that one who could accept same in an attitude of clear understanding and forgiveness should even consider, much less volunteer to accept same.
In the grouping, in addition to other volunteers outside of the Twelve and the Master, there was the petition of the Master to serve in this capacity by the following souls: Peter was the first to stand and request that work. John the Beloved was the second. And Judas or Jude was the third.
They came together, the four of them, into a state of oneness — a merging, if you will, that where there were four beautiful lights representative of the souls of each of these entities, if we could call them such, thereafter became as one. This gigantic sphere of pulsing, wondrously vibrant, gloriously colorful, and awesomely stimulating energy, light, color, sound, and many more expressions that you would not even comprehend. This sphere began to move. And in a manner of speaking which is intended for your understanding, it hurtled itself off into the point at which creation is expectant but not in existence. Upon return, the three Disciples and the Master stood before the grouping. And the Master announced His choice, which was of course Judas, or Jude.
And so it was that the time came for the entry into the Earth. This was a time of both celebration and sorrow. The celebration was in testimony to the work which was about to begin, and in love for and honor of those who are known to you historically and biblically, and the many more who are not. The sorrow was because there would be a time of parting of a nature which is typical of what transpires when a soul projects itself into an event or incarnation such as the Earth. The last to enter was Judas.
So then, Jude not only volunteered and made the decision, but he was chosen by the Master, for the Master saw him to be the most capable to fulfill that destiny, that work. He already knew that Judas would be the one to betray Him. And He discussed this with Judas, or Jude. And Jude accepted, but the acceptance was not at the finite level but at a very high soul or spiritual level.
This was and is an action of utterly unlimited love, not only to the Master, Jesus, the Christ, but unto the Work which is God’s Spirit and the opening of the Way.
Yes, there was the knowledge that those in the Earth would view that specific action of betrayal in the manner which they do. It is testimony to the nature of the soul Jude that his inner affirmation of his Oneness with God and thereby the fullness of his inner cup with God’s Love and Joy is so complete that this — the hatred and so forth, which continues even as we speak — pleases Jude. Yes, pleases him. How could this be? you will surely ask. What manner of soul would rejoice in being damned by those in the Earth? A goodly soul. A soul with the knowledge that his action, his work, his support of the Master and fulfillment of the prophecy was then and continues to be even now complete. For Jude knows full well that it is not he in the literal sense that is hated. It is the action that he perpetuated.
Just so as the Master’s Works are without question the Golden Path of Return unto God, so is it that these golden fibrils of light and love are interwoven with the actions of Judas, called Jude, as one and the same. For dost thou know darkness when there is no light, or light when there is no darkness? Is good known for its nature when it is contrasted only against goodness, or does evil serve to be the polarity enabling understanding?
Many will lament at these comments. Many will cast words of chastisement, perhaps at our beloved Channel, at we here, and others who would support this. But in the spirit exemplified by Jude, we accept that, as we pray and shall support and protect our Channel.
There were many incarnations of the Master, Jesus, when He was known by other names. And invariably at His side in one way or another was found Jude, and John the Forerunner, and each of the Disciples more often than not (those who were not incarnate with the Master were with Him in spiritual form). When the Master entered as Amelius, there was Tal, T-a-l, now known as Jude. And upon the cross, Jesus called out to them, Elias and Tal. And they, in their spiritual essence, came arm-to-arm unto each of His. And it was they who lifted the Master’s Spirit up from the body. And embracing one another, all three ascended unto the Kingdom of our Father in the Light and in the radiance of a Work complete. And on what did they ascend? The Golden Path of Return, which awaits you all.
Let those who have ears with which to hear, hear as they shall. And those whose hearts and minds are clear and open at spiritual levels of acceptance, so let them see. For this we have given here before God and in the presence of the Master Himself. And at His side, Tal. And in the presence of the Baptist.
There is not a one who is not loved by God beyond your comprehension. There is not one who is forgotten or damned by the Father, for He only loves. He does not damn. There is not a one of you whose works have not been, are not, or will not be equal in importance to God in the contribution that can be made by your mere presence in the Earth and/or in any other realm.
When you see the next twilight and you see the sun set, think of this then as the closure of the lifetime of the man called Jesus. And in the incredible majesty of the velvety purples and indigos of twilight, look carefully, very carefully and see whom it is that walks toward thee on these soft rays between light and darkness. See who this is that radiates such love, such eternal understanding and compassion. Who is he, so righteous as to be able to walk upon the rays of the inter-between — the passage between light and darkness — who comes upon the velvety essence of the Golden Path of Light as the last fingers of same caress the Earth?
Look carefully. And as he comes within thy grasp, embrace him as he shall embrace you. Kiss him upon the cheeks and brow and embrace. For he is one of those who is among the most faithful of all, the most loving and loved by the Christ Himself. Some in the Earth call him Jude. See?
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