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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

July 5, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016: (St. Aloysius Gonzaga)
Jesus said: “My people, your people watch more hours of television than they spend in prayer to Me. In one sense you almost worship your TV programming more than Me as a result. Your children and adults are mesmerized by screens on your TV, your computer monitors, and your cell phone screens. I have mentioned many times not to let anything control you, as this is how addictions are formed. You should limit any TV or cell phone use to only a few hours at most for your children and your adults. By spending so much time in front of these screens, you are not praying, or doing what is needed in your lives. I have also warned My people after My Warning experience to get rid of all of your screen devices so you are not watching the Antichrist’s eyes or listening to his evil voice. The Antichrist could hypnotize you with his eyes to get you to worship him. Events will move quickly that will lead up to the Antichrist’s reign after My Warning. So be prepared to leave for My refuges when I give you the word to go. Do not hesitate, but go quickly following your guardian angel to My nearest refuge.”

Jesus said: “My people, today’s St. Aloysius Gonzaga was a young man who cared for the sick, but he became sick himself and died at twenty-three years old. He had dedicated himself to following Me, and he was training to become a Jesuit priest. It is sad that he had to die so young, but he has become a model saint for all the young people to imitate. I thank all of the people who love Me, and are following the holy ways of this young saint. There are many people who suffer much from their health problems, and I pray that they could offer up their pain to save souls. There are many good nurses, doctors, and assistants who are drawn to help people. When you make suggestions to help people’s health, you feel blessed that you could help some people with their pain. When you love Me, you should love others as well.”

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