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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Saturday, November 27, 2010

 

Saturday, November 27, 2010:
Jesus said: “My people, this is the last day of the Church Year, and you are seeing more references to the end times of My return in the readings. In the vision you are seeing a vigil with candles on a road, as you await My return. You are to continue on with your life’s work every day, but you can still have a pure soul that is ready to meet Me when I return. It is better to be prepared for the end times as the five wise virgins who had their oil and lamps ready, than the five foolish virgins who did not. My faithful also need to be ready to leave your homes for My refuges with your backpacks ready, and all of your preparations for the tribulation. As you keep a light or candle lit at your home altar, let this be your vigil candle that awaits My return.”

Jesus said: “My people, the one common thread through most of your sports games is that you always have two opposing sides. You also have different numbers of players in different sports. The battle between good and evil also has two sides, but any number of players. On the good team you have the Three Persons of the Blessed Trinity with more power than the evil side of Satan, the demons, and the Antichrist. Also, on the good side you have the angels and saints, especially your own guardian angel. In the background you also have your fellow faithful, and the souls in purgatory to help in the battle against evil. You have three basic armies for good: the saints of the Church Triumphant in heaven, the souls in purgatory of the Church Suffering, and the faithful souls on earth of the Church Militant. In order to fight the good fight, you need to defend yourself with the grace of My sacraments, the breastplate of righteousness and the helmet of salvation. Be able to stand up and resist the evil one’s temptations, and stand fast to your beliefs in Me no matter what you must suffer.”

http://www.johnleary.com/index.php/2010/12/03/saturday-november-27-2010/

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