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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

May 7, 2011

Wednesday, April 27, 2011: (Road to Emmaus)
Jesus said: “My people, it is a joyous time to read the first accounts of how I appeared to people to prove to them that I truly arose from the dead. This account of explaining the Scriptures to two of My disciples on the road to Emmaus is especially touching. They were downcast at first, but they were amazed at the stories of the women who saw angels and even one saw Me alive at the tomb. After talking to My disciples about the Scriptures on the way to Emmaus, then they recognized Me in the breaking of the bread. They said: (Luke 24:32) ‘Were not our hearts burning within us while He was speaking on the road and explaining the Scriptures to us?’ This joy in their hearts was overwhelming them to see Me alive again in the flesh. Those, who read this passage, are also touched with My loving care for My disciples, by enlightening them to My salvation history. Once My disciples saw the whole picture of My mission, they realized how blessed they were to see everyone’s sin atoned for by My death on the cross. All souls were now able to be forgiven and allowed into heaven. This joy so consumed them that this is why their hearts were burning for love of Me.”

Jesus said: “My people, after seeing the daily tornado damage and the lives lost, your heart goes out to all these people that have had their lives ruined. When you look back on the track and violence of these storms, they appear to be striking the same general area almost every day. When you see this cycle repeated so many times, you ask yourself what could be causing more tornadoes than normal. You know that this pattern fits the type of effects that can be caused by the HAARP machine, but it is difficult to show a real link. This may require some more research into how this machine is being used. Tornadoes occur during this time of year, but you need to compare this year with previous years for the numbers and amount of deaths. Pray for all the people who are losing their homes and loved ones.”

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