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Monday, April 25, 2016

May 4, 2016

Monday, April 25, 2016: (St. Mark)
Jesus said: “My son, you are celebrating the feast of one of My four evangelists in St. Mark. You also are reminded of your guardian angel who is called St. Mark also. My son, you have traveled around the world for over twenty years, giving your talks and sharing My messages. You have been very dedicated to following your mission in your prayers, and writing down My messages by the power of the Holy Spirit. You have sensed some of the coming events that will lead up to the coming tribulation. You are carrying out your mission to evangelize souls, and your new mission of preparing a refuge for forty people. There are some people who are criticizing your refuge preparations and food storage, but you are faithful to the projects that I have called you to perform. Do not be fearful of any criticism or persecution, because you will see Christians continue to be martyred and persecuted. Continue with your prayers, and go where I give you the opportunity to talk about My messages.”

Jesus said: “My people, your Federal Reserve has kept interest rates low for way too long. This has enabled stock buy backs and leveraged hedging on stock prices with cheap loans. This is why your market prices are higher than they should be for low stock earnings. When interest rates are normalized to higher rates, your stock prices will decline because it will be more expensive to use loans to buy stocks. Once prices drop, it could stop the buying, and more people will sell. There will be a significant drop until real earnings come into line with the stock prices. You have a stagnant economy, but with stock prices higher than they should be. This bear market will result from a bubble of debt that will burst to bring stocks down dramatically. Eventually, your currencies may crash with your stocks as well. Be prepared for some serious financial bankruptcies when loans cannot be paid. This could trigger a martial law that would bring My faithful to My refuges. Major events will be happening this year.”

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