How to build trust in prophets and prophecy

An extract from a conversation about chapter 14 of ‘Through the Mists’ with Jesus and Mary Magdalene . ‘Through The Mists’, Chapter 14 – The Relationship of Sleep to Death

[01:36:29.23] A.J.: Of course, it’s a matter of developing trust, isn’t it? So, for example, if somebody tells us twenty-five things that are right, then there’s a chance that twenty-six things that they tell us might be right too. If they tell us in such a manner that is driven by love, and we can feel the love, then there’s much higher chance that the next thing they tell us will be true. If they tell us twenty-five things that are right, but we feel a feeling of anger or rage or other negative emotions from the person who’s telling us, then there’s a chance that we’re being manipulated through the telling of Truth. If they’re telling us the truth to make us feel good about ourselves to feed an addiction, there’s a pretty high likelihood that there’s something wrong and amiss with the person who’s telling us the Truth. And that applies whether they’re on the earth or in the spirit world. So, the key is going to be, the fruitage of the person. If, in the end, the prophecy turns out to be true, as he points out, then, of course, he was a true prophet. And, by the way, people who want to influence us negatively can be true prophets. It’s like a person coming to tell you the Truth about something, just to hurt you, even though it is the Truth. You can feel if you are sensitive – and this is what he’s talking about and referring to when he says : like every other gift of God, this requires a most careful development and education. What he’s talking about is the gift of God’s to be able to sense the feelings of other people. This is a beautiful gift of God, and it actually helps us determine greatly a person’s intentions. If we can truly feel the feelings coming from another person, we will understand why they are saying a particular thing to us; and if we understand why, then we will know who we can trust. If they are saying something to us out of rage, anger – even though it’s true – then we know it’s not fully trustworthy because the spirit in which it is delivered is untrustworthy. The spirit in which it is delivered has errors in it. If, though, it’s given in love and consideration and kindness; and respect for our free-will; and it’s still delivered to us; and it turns out to be true, then it’s highly reliable and something we can work with in our future.

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