The TLIG Pilgrimage 2007
Vassula each year reminds
people to start saving money now for the TLIG
international pilgrimage. Unlike may other groups the
TLIG pilgrimage is not a fund raiser.
The pilgrimages are
organized at cost...sometimes with a small extra charge
to help subsidize the cost of some clergy from the most
Usually these trips are
about $1200 or so US dollars plus the cost of traveling
roundtrip to the point of departure. The next pilgrimage
will involve visiting churches of the apocalypse and
much much more, and will center in Greece. Now is the
time weekly or monthly to put aside money a little bit
at a time so you have the funds needed to participate.
Start NOW to save $10 or $20 or $30 dollars a week. The
when the time for the pilgrimage comes you will not feel
the cost so severely. Make a written plan and stick to
Those who have begun to
penetrate the messages even a little understand how
remarkable the spirituality of TLIG is. The saving
message of TLIG can help us in these days cross the
wilderness, cross the parched dry landscape of our
times. In a pilgrimage there is the opportunity to
experience just a taste of heaven. Part of this, is on
these trips small flames of spiritual love are enkindled
between people and in the prayers to God. Our memory can
at times recollect this love. It is spiritual warmth in
the cold winds of life in these "end of times."
Spiritual love between friends united in prayer is
beyond gold, beyond any price...and so pleasing to God.
We can bring back with us
as fruit of a pilgrimage: refreshment in our prayer
life, renewal, healing, wisdom, knowledge, understanding
and friendship. Perhaps for some a pilgrimage is like a
spiritual tonic...we don't know why...but we have more
strength for the tasks life brings us. We also by our
participation are like little stones paving the path for
Christ's return through demonstrating our love for one
another and our love for God by practicing unity of
heart and prayer.
Start saving money now!!!
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