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Saturday, March 13, 2010

March 13, 2010

Jesus said: “My people, pride is one of the seven most deadly sins and its opposite, humility, is one of the virtues that you could be working on for Lent. It is pride that draws you to buy many things that you do not need or cannot afford. Pride is also apparent in the vanity of your appearance when people have plastic surgery, facelifts, and the like. Pride makes you think that you are better than others as you seek to show off your skills or your latest gadgets. As in today’s Gospel, it is better for your soul to remember that you are a sinner, and you need My forgiveness of your sins in Confession. When you try to be more humble in public, it will help restrain your pride, and in your prayers you will go home justified as the tax collector did. Pray to Me to exercise more humility in your life when you find yourself boasting and desiring so many worldly things.”

Jesus said: “My people, your coming events are going to make your head spin with the rapid succession of disasters and political changes. Storms of rain, floods, tornadoes, and possible ice storms are going to take their toll on your country. There are those who want to see people get health care, but paying for it with tax dollars has put many against it. The Health Plan, cap and trade, and the ongoing wars have people concerned that your National Debt problem is going to lead you into bankruptcy and into an eventual takeover. The chance of another financial downturn with high unemployment could trigger a grassroots uprising that could lead to riots. Your government is being so controlled by the one world people, that their plan for a North American Union is on its way, which will take away your freedoms. When this takeover comes, My faithful will need to leave for My refuges. Have all of your backpacks and things ready because those in power are working to gain complete control over your rights and freedoms through big government and chips control. Pray for My protection when your persecution will come about.”

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