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Sacred Divine

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After the departure of ours loved biological mothers Iemanjs, We sing for the line of works spirituals, Where manifest it line of responsible work for the attendance in that day I specify and we total see the manifestation of espritos self-sacrificing and come back toward the pure charity, taking care of to everything and all without color distinction, race, sex or creed, without wanting to convert nobody the nothing, but simply being a lenitivo in the life of the people who until a they are taken and with a word of Faith, affection clarification, guides the people, renews its faith in God, they despertam the force summons and guide to believe that proper they are temples livings creature of God and are same priests of itself and as alive temple of God has to remain itself virtuous so that thus the deity of the Father can reveal through it and of its acts before its fellow creatures. It inhales in the people who look the will to them to grow and to evolve spiritual, so that one day also luminous ways can become where many had started to tread. The Guides Spirituals of Umbanda make this and much more, therefore Gods devote it as its instruments livings creature to rescuing all the children Of it the Creative The holy ghost Olorum, so that in a faith act they are offered as alive offerings to serve our Creative The holy ghost through its Sacred Divine qualities the Orixs. When finishing the attendance of the assistance, the protective guides who were gifts in the works go collecting it its plain spiritual, saying farewell themselves to all and being thankful for plus one day of work, and we, its children spirituals of knees and eyes closed we go thanking its presence luminous in our lives and are thankful all that had been helped by Them according to merit and the necessity of each one, we entoamos I sing of farewell and of ascent of the lines of works, being in ours I summon a beneficial energy of homesickness.

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