Category: William LePar - The Council Written by William LePar
William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, gives us insight in into the lives of Mary and Joseph.
Questioner: Did Mary consciously know or sense who her son was?
The Council: Not to the fullest extent. All things come in its natural time and in its natural growth. Certainly, the angel proclaimed to Mary her position but she was not fully aware of what was being told to her. Over a period of time she grew in awareness.
Questioner: I am thinking of the tremendous responsibility that she must have felt, raising this child. And Joseph, what part did he play in the Divine Plan?
The Council: Complete protector and provider. It shows the strength of Joseph in that he accepted this woman and a son that was not his, yet he was willing to fulfill absolutely to the letter of the law his position as a father and husband without any of the, shall we say, rewards. He did not hedge one iota on his responsibilities.
Questioner: How old was he when Jesus was born?
The Council: According to today's standards he would be somewhat older than what you would normally suspect. In, shall we say, your understanding he would be approximately in the early thirties.
Questioner: All right. I had heard some religions feel much older than that. And how old was he when he passed on?
The Council: In, shall we say, mid to late fifties.
Questioner: Was Joseph a widower?
The Council: No.
Questioner: Had he crossed over when Mary was given the care of James?
The Council: James was, shall we say, to care for Mary eventually, since Joseph had passed away, and it was necessary for Mary to be sustained physically, and Jesus was not always in the position, shall we say, to do such things. Now Joseph had left before Jesus began His ministry, so that James then had been given over to Mary so that she would be comforted and taken care of. Now after Jesus underwent His Crucifixion and His Resurrection, then it was necessary that Mary not be left alone. Do you understand?
The Council: So then James actually comes into his position or into his appointed duties. Not only was he to watch over Mary, but he would eventually become very active in those dealings and those carryings-on of Christ's teachings after His Ascension.
Questioner: Then did he write in the New Testament, is this the James?
The Council: James the Lesser.
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