Tuesday, January 10, 2012

January 19, 2012

Tuesday, January 10, 2012:
Jesus said: “My people, this message is to remind My people that you can only live in ‘today’, and you cannot live in ‘tomorrow’. You can be prudent and plan for tomorrow’s events, but do not be overly concerned with tomorrow because today has enough troubles of its own. This vision of a corner is to give you this idea that you do not know what tomorrow holds for you. All of your worries and anxieties about tomorrow will not help you, and a faithful person should have trust in Me. It is the demons who try to make you worry and be anxious. So do not let them influence you, and trust in Me even in difficult situations. Every day offer up all of your works to Me as a prayer. Then ask Me to give you the grace to carry out your mission to do those things that I will lead you to do. When you are praying quietly, listen for My words of instruction. If you are always busy and talking without listening for Me, then it will be hard for you to know what I want you to do. Give Me some prayer time everyday, and I will give you peace in your soul to handle all of your trials. Call on Me, and I will defend you from any temptations and distractions from the demons.”

Jesus said: “My people, the American naval forces are taking Iran serious when they made threats to stop the oil in the Persian Gulf if more sanctions are applied. Iran depends on oil exports for its income, so any sanctions on its oil exports would cause financial problems. America is positioning its own naval activities to counter any bold attacks by Iran. This American dependence on foreign oil can easily cause America a problem when it has to defend the sources of oil that it imports. Iran is backed by China and Russia, and China would gladly use Iranian oil. There are many possible conflicts that could result from any blocking of oil shipments. These threats and sanctions could precipitate a war with Iran, but it would not be beneficial for either side. Keep praying for peace in the Middle-East because war could break out at any time.”


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