08] Behold, you now fear to sin before Me if it’s My fatherly wish that you give Me some childlike advice, realizing that My divine, eternal wisdom never ever needs any council and I therefore also manage everything in the best way - whatever the situation may be!
09] If this is undeniably true, how is it that you have asked Me for various things and I have always granted and given you what you have asked Me for? What else is such a petition but a devout suggestion by which the petitioner tells Me in a pious manner what I should do?!
10] Does the petitioner not know that I am supremely wise most loving and good? And if he knows that, how can he ask Me for something? He must necessarily assume that I, as supreme Wisdom and Love, will surely do, without his request the very best and wise thing, at the right time
11] Consequently, what a great and evil sinner must be the one who through his request and suggestion wants to move Me to do something for him contrary to My supreme divine wisdom?" […]
20] I, as the Father, do want My loving children to advise Me as if I needed their advice, and I will also let them do things as if I needed their deeds and support.
21] For all these things I do as a Father to my children out of My great love, and I guide their advice and deeds in such a way, that I still reach My goal.
22] Therefore, you, My little daughter, must advise Me now what I should do, and I shall do only what you suggest to Me!"
(HHG vol. 3, chap. 1)
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