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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

October 21, 2010

Tuesday, October 19, 2010: (St. Issac Jogues & St. John de Brebeuf)

Jesus said: “My people, many billions of taxpayer dollars are being spent every year on weapons and service pay for running constant wars as in Afghanistan and Iraq. The only ones benefitting from this money are the arms builders and the one world people who profit from these sales. These weapons quickly become old, and they need servicing in harsh environments. There is truly no need for constant wars for the rich to grow richer at the taxpayer expense. These wars are made up from the beginning, and peace should be prayed for instead. There is too much fraud and corruption going on in your big government programs, especially in the Defense and Security Departments. Both parties try to solve all of your problems by spending more money on unnecessary solutions without balancing the budgets to what taxes are collected. Without some control over your spending, your government could be bankrupted by your inept leaders.”

Jesus said: “My people, you are familiar with how spiders make webs to trap insects for eating them. You also see how carnivorous animals lay traps to kill their prey. Man also lays traps to catch animals either for food or furs. In the spiritual world every soul has to deal with the snares and temptations of the devil. The devil has angelic powers of cunning that are beyond your powers, but your guardian angel is present to help you, if you take your angel’s advice. Obvious temptations may be easier to ignore, but subtle temptations that have some good, can be more deceptive to cause sin. The devil’s easier ways to get you to sin are through your weak habits. Sins that you commit often are harder to stop. Be on the alert for how the devil tries to lead you into habitual sin. Avoid places or things that lead you to sin. By being prepared in recognizing your weaknesses, you will be stronger in resisting the devil’s temptations. Call on My help, your angel, and the saints to help you in avoiding sin. By prayer and frequent reception of My sacraments, you can better fend off your daily temptations from the devil.”

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