Excerpted from Evenings with Aaron, April 15, 2020 (not yet published).
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Yeshua: Blessings to you, my dear ones. I am the one you have called Yeshua—Jesus, you have called me, but my given name was Yeshua ben Yosef.
Love asked me to come forth as something that could sustain and transmit the high energy of love.
Of course, when I incarnated, there was even for me some small forgetting of who I was. So, while I was fully awake, I also needed to be reminded of that, during that lifetime.
Love (the Mother/Father/Divine Principle) spoke to me before my incarnation, and said, “Yeshua, help them to know that they are love. Help them to know the essence of them that cannot be destroyed.”
That was the task laid upon me, and I accepted it with joy. I didn’t know how it would play out, only that it would not have been asked of me if I did not have the capacity to do it.
It was not easy. Of course, I knew fear, sometimes anger, and pain. But I never was separated for an instant from the remembering, “I am Love.”
My task was to help you remember that you also are Love, no less so than me. Each of you has the capacity to express that Love in the world. Each of you has the capacity not to become lost in anger, fear, and hatred, in greed and desire.
My dear brother, Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha), in his lifetime, brought forth teachings of how to not get lost in the heavy emotions. And many other awakened beings, less known, have also brought forth those teachings.
It fell to me, coming when I did, to remind you that the essence of you is indestructible and is simply Love and Light. There is never anything to fear; but if fear does arise, you can be compassionate with that fear.
What does it mean to be Love?
What does it mean to be Love when you’re feeling angry, when you’re in deep pain, when you are afraid for your whole world and what is happening in it?
What does it mean to be Love, and to remember who and what you are?
This, my cherished ones, is what is asked of you in these days (of COVID-19).
Remember that you are Love.