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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

November 3, 2017

Wednesday, October 25, 2017:
Jesus said: “My people, in the first reading, St. Paul is asking people if they are slaves to sin, or slaves to Me. In order to come to heaven, you must be obedient to Me in following My Commandments. You also are called to love Me and your neighbors. Because I love you enough to die for you, I call you friends and not just slaves. In the Gospel I am warning people always to be ready with a pure soul, because you do not know when you will die, or if I am coming on the clouds for your judgment. The last line in the Gospel is even harder to achieve, because those people, who are given much, much will be expected from them. Those people, who are given little, only little will be expected. If you have been given the grace of faith, and many talents, then I will hope that you use your talents to help save many souls. You are not just here to be entertained, but you need to work hard in My vineyard for the harvest of souls.”

Jesus said: “My people, it is sad to see lost lives and lost homes because of the fires in dry California. Many people have been forced to evacuate, or they could get trapped on roads with fires on both sides. The winds have spread these fires so fast, that some people have died in the flames. You can buy another house, but you cannot risk your life to stay in a home with surrounding fires. Pray for these people who have lost homes and loved ones. When you see the inferno with these fires, how can anyone choose to suffer all eternity in the flames of hell. People need to consider the consequences of their actions in life. Those people, who reject Me and do not seek My forgiveness of their sins, are on a path to hell. At the Warning, all sinners will be given an opportunity to change their lives for the better. This may be the last chance for sinners to be saved. If they refuse My love and My help, they could be facing hell fire as the consequences of their poor choices. Keep praying for sinners that they will see My Light and be converted.”

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