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Monday, August 30, 2010

September 9, 2010

Monday, August 30, 2010:
Jesus said: “My people, in today’s Gospel I first impressed the people of Nazareth when I told them that I was fulfilling Isaiah’s prophecy. Later, when I knew in their minds that they could not have faith in Me, I told them of other prophets who did not heal people in their home towns. At this they rose up to try and kill Me, but I walked through their midst because it was not My hour to die. This vision of a dark abyss is like the hill that these people wanted to throw Me over, and it represents a rejection of Me with a possible result of being cast into the abyss of hell. The other scene of My Blessed Sacrament in Adoration is your other choice to know, love, adore, and serve Me. Everyone is given this opportunity to accept Me or reject Me by your free will that I will never violate. But your choices have consequences, and those, who follow Me, can come to heaven, while those, who reject Me, could be choosing hell. Love is the curing factor if a person is open to loving Me, but the devil hates you and worldly things are very cold. Let your heart lead you to Me in My love instead of letting your body desire earthly things that will be gone tomorrow. Concern yourself more with your eternal life than this very short life.”

Jesus said: “My people, many times I have asked you to put your trust in Me to help you in all of your needs, even when you have to go out of your comfort zone to help people. Some people would rather trust in themselves and their wealth to minimize any risk of being hurt or in need. When you make attempts to help people, you could be at risk that they may take advantage of you financially or abuse you verbally in your evangelization attempts. When you desire to help people out of love for Me and them, you never know how they will react to your actions. Hopefully they may be grateful, but some may be envious of what you have and they may steal from you. Always act with love in your dealings with people so you are giving them good example in living as I did.”

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