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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

February 6, 2013

Wednesday, January 23, 2013: (St. Vincent)
Jesus said: “My people, many times the Scribes and Pharisees were criticizing Me for healing people on the Sabbath. These hypocrites taught all the restrictions of the Law of Moses, but they did not always follow the spirit of the law themselves. I told them that the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. Therefore the Son of Man is Lord even of the Sabbath. (Mark 3:27,28) Because I taught with authority and healed people with miracles, the religious leaders wanted to kill Me. These people were led by the justice of man with an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. I taught the mercy and justice of God in that people should love everyone, even their enemies. They should turn the other cheek if someone strikes them. This perfect example of love was too hard to follow, and many did not want to follow My way. Because I healed many people of their ailments, large crowds followed Me and listened to My sermons. I did not come to be served, but I came to serve the people.”

Jesus said: “My people, be ready to leave for My refuges, even if you need to leave in the winter. I thank all of My Right to Life people for praying the rosary in the cold while you were protesting outside of a Planned Parenthood building. On these deep cold days it would be difficult to keep warm in an outdoor tent. It would even be better to sleep overnight in a car or van than outdoors. In a van you could lie down on your seats if there was enough room. When you leave for My refuges, remember to bring your tent, warm clothes, sleep blankets, backpacks, and as much food and water that you could store in your van. Also, bring rosaries, Bibles, and your Mass books. You need spiritual sacramentals and reading material, as well as your physical needs. By having your things ready in one place, you could quickly load your van if you need to leave in a hurry. Have some extra gasoline for a long trip. Be ready to come to My refuges that may not have electricity. You will be helping each other in a rustic life to survive during the tribulation. Give thanks to Me for protecting you and feeding you at My refuges.”

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