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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

December 2, 2009

Jesus said: “My people, as My Blessed Mother was about to give birth, St. Joseph had to bring them to Bethlehem to register for the census. It was at that time that they had to seek out a place to stay and they found a cave where the animals were kept. In the coming tribulation My faithful will be persecuted by the evil one world people. You will need to leave your homes to find My refuges of protection at My Blessed Mother’s places of apparition, places of holy ground, and even caves which is where I stayed. This will protect you from the men in black who will come to your homes to try and force mandatory chips in your body. Those, who do not leave soon enough, could be captured and killed in the evil ones’ death camps. Call on Me and I will have your guardian angel lead you to the nearest refuge. You will be made invisible to your persecutors once you leave for your refuges. Trust in My help and I will provide for all of your needs.”

Jesus said: “My people, you complain of your pains, diseases, and discomforts, but the worst that one could suffer is burning in the flames of hell for all eternity without ever seeing Me. In life you have choices of whether you want to love Me or not, and whether you want to obey My Commandments or not. You have a free will to choose, but being with the one who loves you would be a far better choice than suffering and being tormented by the devil who hates you. In your Warning experience you will see the result of your choices that will judge you to heaven, purgatory, or hell. You will even experience what your judged place will be like. Those, who taste hell or purgatory, will have plenty of reason to want to improve their lives to avoid punishment and be with Me in heaven. Your complaints on earth are nothing compared to those who are burning in hell. Make your choice for heaven now so you can work on avoiding suffering in the flames of hell, and insuring that you will be with the one you love for all eternity.”

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