The Master’s Love and Grace



Ramjoo read out the following message in English, which Kutumb Sastri rendered into Telugu, entitled “The Master’s Love and Grace:”

It makes me very happy to see you all here, and I appreciate the feeling of love and devotion with which you have approached me. I know and understand your difficulties, problems, sufferings and expectations; these you need not voice to me either by word or action.

The world has been suffering from natural and unnatural calamities in various forms. The picture of the whole human race is indeed a sorry one, but suffering is the heritage of mankind. There is not only individual suffering, but the whole world is suffering in the grip of fear and anguish. It is the Divine Will that lies behind human suffering, for nothing happens without the Divine Will.

There are individual as well as national and universal problems, which need the spiritual guidance of Perfect Masters and Avatars. Age after age these God-Men guide humanity through their divine messages. Even after the absence of their physical bodies, these messages are carried to the remotest corners of the world by their disciples, devotees and followers, who spread the Beloved’s word even at the cost of their life.

The Avatars and Perfect Masters give their guidance and protection to the human race and the world in their own unique and imperceptible ways, which are beyond the grasp of human intellect. The Perfect Masters are the true Saviors of mankind and not of the selected few only. Their love and grace alone sustain the universe.

A disciple or devotee should never approach a Perfect Master with a mind clouded with doubts and queries of why, when and wherefore. This can be a hindrance to his receptivity of the Master’s grace, which is beyond the probings of the intellect.

Therefore I say with divine authority, approach me with unfailing faith, love and devotion, and with the longing to receive my divine love and grace.


Date: 23 February 1954 (Andhra Darshans)

–Lord Meher (First Ed), p4308

(, Revised 2014, p3469)



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