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Don't Feel Sorry for Them
by D. Scott Arant   
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Last edited: Friday, November 16, 2007
Posted: Friday, November 16, 2007

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God speaks to Scott about the handicapped.

Don’t Feel Sorry for Them

Scott, don’t ever feel sorry for any of my children that come into this world as “handicapped” as you would say. None of my children are handicapped. They might be challenged but there is a huge difference between these two references.

Handicapped infers there is something wrong with them, either physically, psychologically, mentally or psychically. I am going to repeat which has been said before… “God does not make a faulty creation”. “God does not make mistakes”. None of my creation was done in error, or flawed in any way. It is all perfect and complete and in divine order.

Saying the handicapped is flawed or made inferior to other human beings is really saying God makes mistakes. It becomes a flawed judgment you make. Do you believe I made you? Do you believe that I made a mistake with the creation of you? No, my beloved. You are not a mistake, just like those who come to this earth challenged are not a mistake. In fact, they are made in divine perfection.

If you could know as I know and see as I see, you would say that I made them special. This of course is a perception too. The specialness is that they chose this handicap as you would call it to experience a challenge and to accomplish a karmic goal. This goal or intention was something they desired to experience so that again they could experience all the divine they could experience.

They knew coming in there would be challenges that would sometimes seem incomprehensible, and even insurmountable in nature. This is their way of showing how much they trust me and love me. Not that anyone has to prove anything to me. No one has to prove their love for me just as I don’t have to prove my love for you. They come here with this challenge to prove something rather to themselves. Their motive is one of love. They want to learn something that they were not able to, or could accept, or experience in another existence.

Their eyes were wide open to this challenge and it does not come as a surprise even though they might not be conscious of it in their thoughts. Deep inside of them though they know with the knowing of God. They know that this challenge that they came here with was to be a light so bright that it would shine upon all. Their love was to be perfected and seasoned.

These were so delighted to come here in this form. They knew in the bigger scheme of things that all would be benefited by their challenge. They were so excited to do this for the good of themselves and humanity. They wanted to teach you some patience and compassion too. They wanted to expand your love. Many came in totally helpless. This was an act on their part of great love for you.

Again, most would view it as a colossal handicap. Many would say… “Why would God if he was such a good, kind and benevolent being make such a being as this”? They say, “Why would God put these parents through this kind of thing”? As if, God really didn’t know what it was doing. They thought this was all a mistake and a grave error in your birth and creation. Many others gave your parent’s condolences and “sorry’s” for you my beloved. As if God did indeed make you flawed.

They just don’t see your specialness do they? They focus rather on their perception of your “handicappedness” rather than your gifts to humanity and to them. They misperceived and judged you as flawed. Do I misperceive you my beloved child? No, I see your potential as I always do…I see your deep compassion and love for all. It is others that see through their natural reasoning-these see your perceived “flawdness”.

I do want all to know though, that with each perceived challenge that you are given, you also have some hidden gifts that accompany these challenges, like jewels that will come to the surface and be exposed to the world. You are actually gifted in ways that are many times not perceived. Have you lost your sight my beloved? Look for the inner vision and get in touch with your divine intuition. Many of the ancients have called this perception and intuition your “third eye”.
Develop your third eye of intuition my child. It can be a great blessing to your brothers and sisters of this earth.

For every perceived challenge you have my beloved, you also are enabled and gifted in areas yet to be found and discovered. If you have found them my beloved, happy are you. Do not use your perceived challenge as a way to live as a victim. Live as you came here to live. Be all you can be my child. Let the world see your gifts and your beauty. This beauty might not show up in your body, or in your looks. In fact, many times it looks, and appears as the opposite of beauty. It is the comeliness of your heart, and the magnificence of your light that I see. It is your love that I see. It is your beauty that reflects your divinity that I see.

Are you beginning to see that I see on a different level than humans see? Be thankful my child. Be very thankful that I do not see and perceive as most see. I only see your perfection and your utter and complete beauty. I see how you came in to experience something your soul wanted to experience. You will wear this as a badge of honor throughout all eternity. When all see you in your glorified state they will look at you in awe and utter love for that is what you came to experience on this earth.

After all, if everyone looked or acted alike it would be a boring world indeed. You came with special gifts to humanity and you brought these special gifts to the world. Don’t feel sorry for those you deem handicapped, rather think of them as special gifts to humanity. Honor them as those that wanted to deepen their love and their earthly experience. They wanted to experience transcendence of all earthly limitations. Bless them, for they are indeed blessed by me.

Love, God

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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/16/2007

I am disabled, myself. I have a huge problem understanding why God would "allow" a child to be born with such devastating physical/mental handicaps as to lay there, unable to see, hear, How can they contribute something to society? I've heard it's because of sin. Whose? The child's or the parents? What would a baby do to be born like this? Have always heard we shouldn't question God, but in this case, one does that mean we should abort a disabled child? NO: every child deserves a chance at life, but what kind of life is this, to be made fun of, to be discriminated against?? Don't understand...maybe you could enlighten me.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 11/16/2007
As a handicapped person myself, this really spoke volumes to me. I believe that God makes a person handicapped as a way to bring others closer to Him; and I think He uses people with disabilities as a way to reach others with the Gospel. I have always said "God doesn't make junk"; and that includes people who are disabled. No, we don't understand why some people are born so severely handicapped they can't function, but even they have a purpose in life. Beautiful write; I am saving this one! Yes.

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

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