Monday, September 3, 2007: (St. Gregory the Great)

September 3, 2007

Jesus said: “My people, in today’s Gospel the people of Nazareth rejected the prophet in Me from their own town, but I walked away from them because it was not My hour. So I have sent My prophets to My people throughout all of history both to teach the faith and to prophesy the events to come as a warning for the faithful. You are seeing these empty hangars in a closet in the vision as a sign of My son’s need to travel to share My messages, and as a sign to warn the people when to leave their homes for My refuges. This is My son’s mission to prepare the people for the coming tribulation of evil. The signs of this time are all around you, and I have repeated these messages because it will be in your lifetime. I also give you My promises of protection of your souls. Some may be martyred for their faith, but the rest of My faithful will be protected at My refuges. I will prevail over the evil ones who will be cast into hell, and I will establish My Era of Peace. Call on My help to endure this tribulation, and have trust and hope that My power is greater than these evil ones.”
Jesus said: “My people, man’s weapons of war continue to be more deadly both for conventional and nuclear war. This vision of nuclear ballistic missiles has been the center of the old cold war where no one really wanted to use nuclear weapons. This is why most of the recent wars have used sophisticated conventional weapons. Such wars have been very quickly decided when one side has had superior firepower. The current war in Iraq has become a different kind of warfare where there are no enemy lines and the opposing insurgents use mostly roadside bombs and suicide bombs. These terrorist activities are meant to break morale and cause the current government to fail. These incidents are hard to defend, and the desire of your people to continue this war is waning. Fighting and killing in war is against My plan for man, where he should be living in peace and compromise. Love should be directing your actions, and not greed for money or material gains. Work to strive to be peacemakers both between nations and between people.”


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