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Monday, June 19, 2017

July 1, 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017: (St. Romuald)
Jesus said: “My people, you have seen the rain that waters your crops. Since water is necessary for your survival, this rain is like My grace pouring out all over your people. These steps are to remind you of your traveling through life to come to heaven. Every hour and every day brings you one step closer to your goal of heaven. It may seem a long time to come through a lifetime on earth, but look how fast you have come to your present age. Time ages everyone, and you do not realize how old you are getting, until you see your hair turning grey and then to white. Your time on earth is limited, and you need to make the best use of your time in prayers, Masses, and good deeds. You cannot take your money or possessions past the grave, so you need to guard your most precious possession of your soul from the evil one. Your destination should be to come to Me in heaven, because you were made to know, love, and serve Me in this life. Those faithful people, who follow My Commandments, repent of their sins, and allow Me to be the Master of their lives, will have their reward with Me in heaven. Rejoice when you have fought a good fight during life, and have finished the course of your life, for your place awaits you in heaven.”

Jesus said: “My people, your country is being tested with heat waves, heavy rains, tornadoes, and a tropical storm. During the summer months your hot weather can generate some violent rain storms with hail, and tornadoes which you have been seeing for the last few months. Your country’s terrain forms more tornadoes than any other place on earth. The ocean waters are also heating up, giving fuel to a new tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico. You could see some heavy rainfalls along the Gulf coast with some strong wind damage. Your people have been warned to prepare to leave if necessary. Every year these disasters take their toll on your homes and insurance losses. Pray for the safety of your people to avoid any fatalities. Some areas have much higher than normal rainfalls, and some have droughts. Pray that your farmers receive enough rain to grow their crops for your food.”

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