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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

December 16, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010:
Jesus said: “My people, this sharing of bread and fish was My compassion on the crowd in their need for food. Man in his human condition requires food and water to survive. This multiplication of bread is also a parallel to Communion that I shared with My disciples at the first Mass at the Last Supper. Multiplying food is how I will feed My people during the tribulation when you are at My refuges. My angels will multiply the daily Communion that you will receive, just as the manna was provided in the Old Exodus. Any other food from farm crops or meat from animals will also be multiplied. You will even see multiplication of your dwellings so everyone will have a place to stay. You know that I can multiply things as in this Gospel, so trust in Me to multiply things that you need at My refuges. Water also will be plentiful for drinking, cooking, and bathing.”

Jesus said: “My people, as you go about your daily activities, only a few people consider the possibility that they could die any day. Accidents, or a sudden heart attack could take you at any time. Just because you are healthy, it does not guarantee that you will be alive tomorrow. It is best to keep a pure soul by at least monthly Confession. When a person dies, it does not guarantee that he or she will go to heaven immediately. Of the souls that do not go to hell, most of them will require some time in purgatory. It would be good to direct someone to have Masses said for your soul in your will. Masses can release souls from purgatory more than just prayers alone. You all must die one day, so it is best to be prepared at any time. Some patients with cancer can be better prepared because they know that their time is limited. You are all terminal, but it is just a matter of when you will die. This is why it is important to try to evangelize souls before they leave this earth because you do not want anyone to be lost in hell. Reach out to save as many souls as you can while you still have time.”

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