Saturday, August 29, 2015

September 9, 2015

Saturday, August 29, 2015: (The Passion of St. John the Baptist)
Jesus said: “My people, you are called in this place of the martyrs, to imitate their faith and dedication to do My Will for you. You have many daily concerns about what you are to eat and where you will stay. Learn from this rustic life how you are totally dependent on Me for everything. Look around at your surroundings, and you can realize how little you really need in life. It is not necessary to have all of your modern comforts and entertainment to live. It is your spiritual life that you should be more concerned about in pleasing Me and following My mission for your lives. My mission is that you use your physical and spiritual talents for My greater glory. I call some faithful for special missions to help others with My Word, and even some are called to be priests and deacons. Be grateful also that I am calling some faithful to set up interim and final refuges. These places will be needed as safe havens during the tribulation. In all of your aspirations, I call all of you to be faithful to Me, even if you are threatened with your lives. Some may be physical martyrs, and some may suffer as dry martyrs. I thank all of you for being faithful to My call, just as the martyrs did.”

Jesus said: “My people, you are like pilgrims as you made the six mile walk of the Canadian Martyrs to the place of St. Ignatius’ cross. You suffered a little on your walk with some pain in your legs and your back, but you were determined to offer up any suffering for souls. You have been witnessing a rustic living, but you have been rewarded with great meals. The martyrs were with you on your walk, and they were grateful that you could come to this Shrine. You could remember them in any pictures that you have. Keep focused on both of your missions of spreading My Word and providing for the people at your refuge.”


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