Raising vibrations to help humanity
The Elohim of Purity says:
You might think mankind are progressing by this, that, or the other outer world accomplishment; but I tell you, until the people return to Purity, there is no permanent improvement! They might want Purity, and they might rebel furiously against the penalty that they are constantly paying for impurity; but unless they will turn in humble, grateful obedience to that “Mighty I AM Presence” and clothe themselves in Its Eternal, Invincible Love of Eternal Purity, unless That comes first, they will but go on marking time, doing and undoing the things they desire to do in the outer world. Mankind have gone on for two and a half million years, building, building, building – and tearing down what they have built.
What do you think abides today on the Earth in the way of constructive accomplishment, which has been saved, or carried through the centuries of the past, that is now to come into the outer use of those who are to build the Permanent Perfection of the future? Everything that is of value on this Earth that has been a constructive accomplishment of the past, all that has been preserved in the beds of the oceans, hermetically sealed, all that has been preserved in the Retreats, all that is of any permanent existence on the Earth has been preserved and protected by the Ascended Host, not by mankind themselves.
So, if you want Protection in the future, if you want to be assured of your victorious accomplishment, no matter what you want to do so long as it be constructive, then you must have Our Invincible, Eternal Purity and Our Protection about you, both while you are doing it and about the ways and means that you are going to use; and if you don’t have that Protection, well then, some destructive force moves in just about the time you think you are going to reach for your Victory; some destructive force moves in and takes it out of your hands. Then you feel very resentful because you didn't attain the success you desired.
Vol. 14 – The “I AM” Discourses, p. 177
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