Wednesday, November 6, 2013

November 13, 2013

Wednesday, November 6, 2013:
Jesus said: “My people, My two Great Commandments are first to love Me with all your heart, mind, and soul, and the second is to love your neighbor as yourself. In the Gospel I was telling the people that they had to count the cost of being My disciple. In other words, I should come first in your lives over family and possessions. You live in this world, but I do not want My disciples to be of this world. The cost of My discipleship is to follow My Commandments, and use My sacraments to keep a pure soul. This means Sunday Mass and monthly Confession should be a must. If you follow My ways instead of your own ways, then you will win your reward of eternal life with Me in heaven. If you agree to this cost of obedience to Me out of love, then you will have your reward. You also need to love your neighbor and help them in their needs, with your donations of money, time, and talent. It is love that I desire of My disciples. You have a choice by your free will to either love Me or not, but the wages of defying Me in sin is death spiritually. This death could be in hell if you refuse to love Me and your neighbor. You can call on My mercy or My justice.”

Jesus said: “My people, you have seen considerable work on fracking your oil shale to provide more natural gas and oil. There have been some good yields of oil and natural gas from these new wells. This new source will help to make your country less oil dependent on other countries. There are some negatives to this process. After a surge of production, it appears the wells will be dropping off more quickly than planned. There are still complaints that water wells are being poisoned and small earthquakes are resulting from the fracking. It is hard to weigh the cons over the new oil and natural gas, but this new source of energy comes at a cost. The long term effects on the land are yet to be determined, but if the wells go dry quicker, it could leave a lot of scars on the land being used. Many areas are reluctant to risk poisoning their water wells that are important for many people’s source of water. You are seeing many debates over this environmental problem. Using new techniques for finding your needed fuels, will continue to be needed as you rely on these fossil fuels.”


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