Saturday, May 24, 2014

June 5, 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014:
Jesus said: “My people, some people go through life, and they earned a good living by being honest and hard working. Others had money given to them, or they cheated and robbed people to get where they are. The desire for money can cause many family disputes and hard feelings. My people, you all have to answer to Me for your actions at your judgment. So work to follow My laws and My ways in all that you do, and you will have your reward in heaven. Do not let money, fame, or pride run your lives, but follow in My footsteps. You may not be rich and famous in the world’s view for being honest and generous. In heaven’s eyes, you are being a respected servant of your Master, and you will be rewarded for your good works. This life is very short, so live it to the fullest, so I can be pleased that you are one of My disciples.”

(June & Tony Wedding Mass) Jesus said: “My people, you are fortunate to be part of a wedding ceremony in My Church, because fewer couples are getting married, let alone in My Church. Many couples are living together without marriage, and some marry in civil ceremonies. Marriage has been a respected institution, especially for those who receive My sacrament of Matrimony in My Church. Unfortunately, this sacramental marriage has been less thought of as a life long commitment, which is why more couples are not as much committed in living together without a marriage contract. Even worse, is the degrading of marriage with same sex marriage being promoted in many states. Marriage was only meant for a man and woman to have children. This is why marriage of same sex partners is an abomination and unnatural. Your morals are being degraded when your country accepts couples living in mortal sin, whether in heterosexual or homosexual relationships without true marriage. When My disasters of punishment fall upon you, now you can see the link of your sins to My justice. Marriage is all about love between a man and a woman, and this is an example of My love, where I am the Groom and My Church is the bride.”


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