And thus our good Lord answered to all the questions and doubts that I might make, saying full comfortably: I may make all thing well, I can make all thing well, I will make all thing well, and I shall make all thing well; and thou shalt see thyself that all manner of thing shall be well.

And thus signifieth He when He saith: THOU SHALT SEE THYSELF if all manner of things shall be well: as if He said: Take now heed faithfully and trustingly, and at the last end thou shalt verily see it in fulness of joy.

 

From Julian of Norwich (1342 – c.1413), Revelations of Divine Love

 

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