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Friday, July 14, 2017

August 2, 2017

Friday, July 14, 2017: (St. Kateri Tekakwitha)
Jesus said: “My people, in the first reading you could see how Joseph was helping his people to survive with the grain during the famine. Jacob and his family migrated to Egypt, and they settled in Goshen where they had food to eat. Joseph helped his people until a new Pharaoh began to enslave the Jewish people. In the Gospel you read how I encouraged My disciples to go out and preach My words about the Kingdom of God. I told them that they would be persecuted for speaking in My Name, but the Holy Spirit would give them the words to speak to the people. Through the years I have preserved My Church, and I have provided leaders and prophets to carry on the faith in My Word. Today’s St. Kateri also helped the Mohawk people, as they suffered through a smallpox epidemic. She died young from the same disease. Many of your people remember how your own Anne Scheuerman was instrumental in working for St. Kateri’s sainthood by the Church.”

Jesus said: “My people, when your water line stops working because you do not have a chip in your body, then you will no longer be able to use your flush toilets. This is why I have advised many of My refuges to buy an outhouse for your latrine service. My son, you have had a nice outhouse made, but it is quite heavy and you will need a means to move it to a place over a hole that you will dig when needed. You have heard of several ideas such as skis, several hard plastic pipes, or some wheels. They all involve wheels or something supporting the weight of the outhouse. You saw different kinds of wheels used to move your shed that could also be applied. Spend some time to research various ways to roll your house. It is too difficult to lift, so using braces may not be workable. You will be needing this help to move your house to various holes. So learn the best way now. When it is needed and you cannot move it physically, My angels would help lift it into place so you can use the outhouse for its purpose.”

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