Monday, March 7, 2016

March 9, 2016

Monday, March 7, 2016:
Jesus said: “My people, in today’s first reading from Isaiah (65:17-25) you are reading of the world that I will renew after My victory over the Antichrist in the tribulation. Those faithful, who are martyred during the tribulation, and those who are at My refuges, will be brought into My Era of Peace. As you read these passages, it is not describing your earthly existence as you know it now. Here are the passages referring to My Era of Peace: (Is17) ‘Lo, I am about to create new heavens and a new earth; the things of the past shall not be remembered or come to mind.’ (Is20) ‘…an old man who does not round out his full lifetime; he dies a mere youth who reaches but a hundred years, and he who fails of a hundred shall be thought accursed.’ (Is25) ‘The wolf and the lamb shall graze alike, and the lion shall eat hay like the ox. (But the serpent’s food shall be dust) None shall hurt or destroy on all My holy mountain, says the Lord.’”

Jesus said: “My people, you have seen some people complain about coal-fired power plants because of the coal dust, and some pollution. Some of these plants have been converted over to natural gas power plants with less pollution. You still have over 35% of your power plants that are powered by coal. It is costly to convert all the plants all at once. It is also unfair to close all of the coal-fired plants because of some pollution. It is better to have some power than nothing. People, who want the natural gas plants, may have to pay for this conversion, and it may take time. Your government regulations could leave some areas without power, and the coal miners without a job. Your people are demanding more electricity, but your power production and your grid are breaking down. Solar and wind power are alternatives, but this is only a small amount of the total power needs. Again there is a lot of up front costs to provide any needed new power source. Pray for your country to invest more in your power production and better power lines, so you all can share in having available electricity.”


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