I am here. I am with you. Daughter, you ask me questions regarding My feast
day. What does a feast celebrate? What is its function? Why do My children
have feasts? Why have I asked for them?
A feast is just that—a feast. A feast is a time at which people come together
to share food and conversation. They enjoy each other’s company. In the Old
Testament era, I requested eight day feasts so that My children could know,
love, and honor Me. It was a time of celebration and joy. It was a reunion—a
family reunion. How sad, daughter, that this specific function is overlooked.
Can a family have a reunion in one hour on one Sunday? Can children truly know, love, and honor their Father in one hour on one Sunday? Surely not. And
you cannot argue that the entire year is full of feasting and celebration—a
continual reunion of God’s family. This is not so.
[Easter—Resurrection of Jesus (April), HOCTGOF—Return to Our Father
(August)—Christmas—Birth of Jesus (December): Triadic Octaves
Father, are you telling me that these three octaves form the foundation of
the Church? All three involve the three Persons. Each one highlights one
[God and His Children say “Yes” to each other>8—movement between
heaven and earth, continuous, flowing, but point of intersection and
Simplify. There is too much clutter and confusion. Simplify. Or you will never find
your way home. Church days that honor traits or characteristics of the Divine
Persons or of the saints serve to honor, to remind My children. Celebrating the
journey home to the Father, consecrating yourselves to the Father must be the
high point of the church year. All must point to this high feast. All else supports
and illuminates this most sacred feast. Now enter your dialogues, daughter, and
you will be surprised at what you see. All has been leading up to this.
Ageus:15—[First of post-exile prophets; temple restoration; little progress on ru-
ined temple; few numbers; lack of resources; hostility of neighbors; Ageus rebukes
the people for long neglect of Yahweh’s sanctuary; exhortations worked and the
temple was restored in five years; Ageus wanted to get temple ready so Yahweh
would return; usher in Kingdom of God; threat to religious life in neglecting ruined
temple; once the work of setting stone on stone is undertaken, Yahweh’s blessing
is assured; it is not David who will build a house (temple) for Yahweh, but Yahweh
who will build a house for David.
June 23, l998, Evening:
Father, whatever you direct me to do, I will. And please give me sufficient
peace and quiet in my day to spend with You, Father. I am here, Father, and
I am listening to your voice, if it is Your Will.
Barbara Rose, My child: Define what it means to know, love, and honor Me.
This is the answer the Church seeks. Nothing more; nothing less. Simple and
direct: how can My children know, love, and honor Me in these times? You
have been give a precious gift not to be discarded, My children. The fault lies
in your unwillingness to believe that I am truly your God and Father. Come to
the feast, little ones. My prodigal children are returning home in this time, in
this way. Come to the feast I have requested. Follow the standard home: the
Holy Octave of Consecration to God your Father. Here you will pass through
My Mercy and encounter your Father and God. Shalom.
1 Par 11:1-3—“Then all Israel gathered themselves to David in Hebron, saying:
‘We are thy bone and thy flesh. Yesterday also, and the day before when Saul was
king, thou wast he that leddest out and broughtest in Israel: for the Lord thy God
said to thee: thou shalt feed my people Israel, and thou shalt be ruler over them. So
all the ancients of Israel came to the king to Hebron, and David made a covenant
with them before the Lord: and they anointed him king over Israel, according to
the word of the Lord which he spoke in the hand of Samuel.”
Father, why this reading?
The time comes, daughter. The time comes.
What time, Father?
The time for My children to know, love, and honor Me through the hands of
My anointed one.
Who is the anointed one, Father?
I choose Who I will, child, to do what must be done.