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<blockquote>No recuerdo hasta el día de hoy haberle solicitado algo que no haya concedido... Con este glorioso santo tengo la experiencia de que él ayuda en todas nuestras necesidades, y que el Señor quiere que entendamos que así como él estuvo sujeto a San José en la Tierra -pues desde que lleva el título de padre, siendo el tutor del Señor, José podría dar el mandato al Niño-, así en el cielo Dios hace todo lo que le ordenamos. <ref>''The Collected Works of St. Teresa of Avila'' vol. 1, ''The Book of Her Life, Spiritual Testimonies, Soliloquies'', trad. Kieran Kavanaugh y Otilio Rodriguez (Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications, 1976), pp. 79-80.</ref></blockquote>
 
<blockquote>No recuerdo hasta el día de hoy haberle solicitado algo que no haya concedido... Con este glorioso santo tengo la experiencia de que él ayuda en todas nuestras necesidades, y que el Señor quiere que entendamos que así como él estuvo sujeto a San José en la Tierra -pues desde que lleva el título de padre, siendo el tutor del Señor, José podría dar el mandato al Niño-, así en el cielo Dios hace todo lo que le ordenamos. <ref>''The Collected Works of St. Teresa of Avila'' vol. 1, ''The Book of Her Life, Spiritual Testimonies, Soliloquies'', trad. Kieran Kavanaugh y Otilio Rodriguez (Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications, 1976), pp. 79-80.</ref></blockquote>
  
== The Holy Family ==
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== La Sagrada Familia ==
  
 
In a dictation delivered on May 6, 1979, the Ascended Master Jesus said that Saint Joseph taught him much more than the sacred labor of carpentry:
 
In a dictation delivered on May 6, 1979, the Ascended Master Jesus said that Saint Joseph taught him much more than the sacred labor of carpentry:

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Saint Joseph, sleeping, an angel flying over him
El sueño de José, Philippe de Champaigne

Saint Germain encarnó como San José, el padre de Jesús y esposo de Madre María.

En el Nuevo Testamento

Hay pocas referencias a San José en el Nuevo Testamento. La Biblia remonta su linaje al Rey David; también relata que el ángel del Señor le advirtió a José en un sueño que Herodes planeaba matar a Jesús, éste prestó atención a la advertencia y llevó a su familia a Egipto y regresó después de la muerte de Herodes. Se dice que José era carpintero y se cree que falleció antes de que Jesús comenzara su ministerio público. En la tradición católica, San José es venerado como Patrón de la Iglesia Universal y su fiesta se celebra el 19 de marzo.

Devoción a San José

La mística del siglo XVI Teresa de Ávila era muy devota de San José y lo eligió como patrón de su orden. Ella escribió:

No recuerdo hasta el día de hoy haberle solicitado algo que no haya concedido... Con este glorioso santo tengo la experiencia de que él ayuda en todas nuestras necesidades, y que el Señor quiere que entendamos que así como él estuvo sujeto a San José en la Tierra -pues desde que lleva el título de padre, siendo el tutor del Señor, José podría dar el mandato al Niño-, así en el cielo Dios hace todo lo que le ordenamos. [1]

La Sagrada Familia

In a dictation delivered on May 6, 1979, the Ascended Master Jesus said that Saint Joseph taught him much more than the sacred labor of carpentry:

He taught me the sacred labor of the alchemy of the Holy Ghost, the changing of the water into wine. Truly I am the son of Joseph, the great miracle alchemist of all time. And truly my works show forth his handiwork and the blessed grace of my mother.

Where history has not preserved the record, the Ascended Masters have from time to time given us glimpses into the life of the Holy Family. One such story was dictated by Mother Mary to Mark Prophet in 1968:

I recall one morning when beloved Jesus was yet a small lad that he came to me with a very hard piece of wood that he was trying to whittle. He desired that I should persuade Joseph to exchange it for a softer piece, one that would lend itself more easily to molding. I sat him on my knee, and I proceeded to explain to him that there was an ingrained quality that of old had been placed within trees making one to possess a harder quality and another a softer quality. I told him that the soft wood would easily mar and that, were he to use it, the little image that he sought to whittle would not endure the knocks and tumbles that might later come to it, whereas a carving made of hard wood would endure more substantially.

I also told him that the wood enjoyed being shapened by his hands and that the only difference between the soft and the hard wood would be that of a greater use of patience on his part. He brushed back his hair which had fallen across his eyes and, with great and quick gentleness, planted a kiss upon both of my cheeks. I noticed a trace of a tear in one eye as he dashed away to continue his work of shaping the hard wood.[2]

In another dictation, Mother Mary told us that Saint Joseph “did father and nourish the Christ Child and therefore set the pace of the age of Pisces.” The Blessed Mother said:

May all of you who are of the Masculine Ray in this life remember his example in all of his lifetimes and know that your stature in God can be modeled after this role model of one who dared to defend Woman, who dared to raise up that Manchild, and stand as the protector not only of a family but of an entire area of a planet, until that one could fulfill his Christhood.[3]

The mantle of Saint Joseph

Saint Germain has said:

Yes, I AM Saint Joseph, and I walk in the full mantle of my office as protector of Mary and of every mother and every woman and of every child in the earth. And I tell you, beloved, that I play that role. As many in the earth call to me as Saint Joseph, so I respond to that name.

Knowing who I am, therefore, I can be called by any name, any key of any name of any past incarnation. Thus, I have rolled them into one and determined to be called by you merely “Holy Brother,” Saint Germain.[4]

See also

Saint Germain

Sources

Pearls of Wisdom, 1988, vol. 1, ch. 2.

  1. The Collected Works of St. Teresa of Avila vol. 1, The Book of Her Life, Spiritual Testimonies, Soliloquies, trad. Kieran Kavanaugh y Otilio Rodriguez (Washington, D.C.: ICS Publications, 1976), pp. 79-80.
  2. Mother Mary, March 3, 1968, 1968 PoW, Book I, p. 37.
  3. Mother Mary, “The Karmic Weight of a Planet,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 31, no. 27, June 15, 1988.
  4. Saint Germain, “I Am Not Done with Pisces!” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 35, no. 26, June 28, 1992.