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Friday, September 25, 2015

October 7, 2015

Friday, September 25, 2015:
Jesus said: “My people, in the Gospel I asked My apostles plainly ‘Who am I?’ After sharing what the people said, then St. Peter said: ‘You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.’ I commended him for giving the correct answer, as it was the Holy Spirit speaking through him. I then told My apostles not to tell anyone about this, because it was part of My Messianic secret. I had also told My apostles how the Scribes and Pharisees would put Me to death, but I would rise on the third day. When I died and resurrected, these things would be part of the Good News that My apostles would preach. I call all peoples to come to know Me, and have a personal love relationship with Me, as I need to be the center of your lives. I need to know you by your love in your daily prayers. Let Me lead you as the Master of your life, and come to Me for the forgiveness of your sins. By accepting Me as your God, I will know you as one of My faithful, especially at your judgment.”

Jesus said: “My people, I have asked you many times to pray for your priests and bishops so they can continue to serve you with Mass and the sacraments. I have also given you many messages about preparing refuges, and preparing to come to My refuges in the end times. Some of My faithful could be martyred for their faith because of the Antichrist and his evil workers. My clergy are going to be even more targeted than Christians in general, because the devil knows the value of My priests in giving you My sacraments and the Mass. So if you know some priest friends, you could invite them to come to your refuge for protection during the tribulation. I will call My faithful to My refuges before martial law is declared. Continue to pray for your priests and even more so when they could be helping you at your refuges. I know some priests do not want to believe in My end time messages, as you have seen, but pray for all priests and bishops when they will face a Christian persecution, as in Early Christianity.”

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