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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

July 12, 2012

Wednesday, June 27, 2012: (St. Cyril of Alexandria)
Jesus said: “My people, today’s first reading was an emphasis on the reading of the Jewish laws according to their traditions. This would be like reading the Ten Commandments or parts of the Catechism. As Catholics My people also need to follow the laws and traditions of My Church. My laws do not change, but at times there are some who rationalize their meaning to avoid the spirit of the law. When the Gentiles were accepted into the Church, My people did not have to adhere to all of the strict Mosaic laws. The two basic Commandments of loving Me and loving your neighbor as yourself, are the basis for My laws of love. I have also given you My sacraments of grace. When you disobey My laws, you can be forgiven by the priest who represents Me in the sacrament of Penance or Reconciliation. You are sinners, and you are in need of asking My forgiveness. I have even recommended frequent Confession of at least once a month. It is unfortunate that some of your civil laws are in conflict with My Commandments. It is better for you to follow My laws than the laws of man. It is your soul that will have to answer to Me at your final judgment, so follow My laws the best that you can.”

Jesus said: “My people, you already are seeing some ongoing weather disasters with your fires in the West and your tropical storm in Florida. You are receiving unusually hot temperatures with a large high pressure system in the middle of your country. These hot, dry conditions are causing fire warnings as some fires are already burning houses and plenty of acreage. The tropical storm in Florida has caused severe flooding in low areas with high rain levels in a short space of time. These high temperatures can continue to cause more fires, and add strength to any tropical storms. Pray that people heed any evacuation notices so there will be less people in dangerous conditions. If there is little rain out West, you could see some serious drought conditions as last summer in Texas.”

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