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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

March 24, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017:
Jesus said: “My people, ‘Though your sins be like scarlet, they may become white as snow; though they be crimson red, they may become white as wool.’(Is. 1:18) During Lent you are called to repent of your sins, and seek My forgiveness. This is why during Lent, you have one day dedicated to hearing confessions by the priests, all day long. Take advantage of this opportunity to cleanse your souls with the absolution of My priest sons. Then you can have souls as white as the snow that is falling in your snow storm. You just suffered damage from your high wind storm, and now your Northeast will be suffering from a foot of snow or more. This is a continuing punishment for your sins that people are not repenting for. The Gospel calls My faithful to open their hearts and follow My ways of humility. ‘Those people, who exalt themselves, will be humbled, but those people, who humble themselves, will be exalted.’(Matt. 23:11)”

Jesus said: “My son, you are seeing another major event that is causing snowstorms all up and down the Northeast. (Stella snow storm) You have had to clear out your driveway four times today. You also had to deal with another two hour power outage. This time your solar batteries kept your heater, refrigerator, sump pumps, and some lights and sockets working. You used your oil lamps again in darker rooms without working lights. You were pleased that your solar man fixed your inverter to convert your battery DC into AC power. It may take awhile until your solar panels are free of snow so they can start working again. Your people, who are still without power, may still have a problem heating their homes, so pray for them. It is good that you are prepared with batteries and a fireplace if it is needed, so you can have heat in the winter. You have been getting several tests of your preparations, and you have planned well by My instructions. Try your food for your last test, and you will be ready to help people at your refuge during the tribulation.”

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