God the Father: Sin is a deliberate offense of man against God’s commandment. The fifth commandment orders the protection of human life and health from conception until natural death. Therefore, it prohibits all human interference in the process of the life of man. Both harming a conceived child in order to deprive him of life, as well as deliberately not treating the elderly to speed up their death, is a grave sin that fully deserves to be called a murder. He who possesses knowledge is obliged to protect life and health. If he were to act against his calling, he would be better to never acquire this knowledge, because his punishment as a murderer of innocents will be terrifying.
Doctors together with science assume a great responsibility, because just like priests are responsible for the lives of human souls and this is a calling given by God Himself, so doctors possess the ability to save and protect the lives of human bodies, which are intended as God’s temples of the Holy Spirit. So let them do their work diligently, aware of their responsibility weighing upon them. Pharmaceutical products intended to save lives and improve the condition of health should be prescribed carefully, based on their knowledge and experience, so that recklessness would not lead to a deterioration of the condition of man. The human organism is a whole. If by treating one organ you destroy another, you are not a doctor, but a mechanic in the field of the particular organ. Your repairs are more dangerous to life than many years of illness.
The absolute prohibition on killing man also applies to his psyche, which is why not only the act of murder is a sin, but also anger, jealousy, instigation, injustice, swearing, and abuse by making another’s life miserable. Such a sin is committed by all who, through their passions, alcohol, drugs, betrayals, quarrels, wastefulness and violence, are tormenting their families and are the source of their constant suffering. This applies to spouses who inflict suffering on themselves, parents who scandalize their children, as well as children who gravely sadden their parents, falling into bad company, deceiving their parents and not listening to their advice. Harassing, saddening and angering others shortens their lives and takes away their health, and it also has very broad spiritual effects, about which I will talk later.
Mutual love is the basis of healthy child development and health in general. In his care for health, man should consciously avoid things he knows to be harmful, and preserve moderation in eating. However, healthy nutrition should not be put above prayer, and cleanliness of the environment above faith. These are always secondary matters. For that reason, I have given you a prayer before eating, so that by consciously choosing what is good for you, you would also have My blessing and protection against evil that is invisible to the eyes. In all your actions, however, there must be cooperation between will and grace. So, if you will consciously choose unhealthy things every day, and say the prayer boldly, you will not obtain anything.
Keep moderation and common sense, for every exaggeration is a disturbance of the natural order that I have established. So sleep when it is time to sleep, and work when it is time to work. Do not put your health and lives at risk, so that your life may not be interrupted and shortened by accidents or illnesses that were not in God’s plan, but are only the result of the non-observance of God’s commandments and laws, which I have given to you for your protection. Respect your life and health because it was given to you by God. Man receives life only once. It is a one-time, unique gift that every man receives from the hands of his Creator once and can never repeat it. So neither you nor your loved ones will repeat any day and will not extend your life by one day, no matter how much you would want it. So let the days you receive and give to others be good, because time passes quickly; like water draining from an inclined pitcher, so human life trickles every day down to the bottom. I bless you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.
Translated from: 10 Przykazań Bożych na podstawie Orędzi na Czasy Ostateczne, które własnie nadeszły, Grzechynia 2019, p. 100-103