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Sunday, January 14, 2018

January 25, 2018

Sunday, January 14, 2018:
David, my son, said: “My dear parents and sisters, I am glad that mom remembered me at Mass. Thank you for stopping by my grave, even if it was buried in the snow. You could leave a wreath at my grave as the other parents did. You need to remember myself and Mary more by placing my picture on top of your table. When you pray for my sisters at Holy Communion, you could add us to your list of family members. I want to say ‘Hello’ to Jeanette, Donna and Catherine, and tell them we are praying for their souls. Remember my birthday as you do your own. Maybe you could place a copy of my picture on the refrigerator. Mary and I are also praying for mom and dad, and please do not forget us.” Note: David was born and died in January 7-11, 1983, and this was the first time we forgot his anniversary, because we have been so busy with many things.

Jesus said: “My son, I have asked you to have another practice run for your refuge, but during the cold winter time. You could turn off your natural gas heater, and see how well your kerosene heater and fireplace wood burner would give you enough heat, even into your new addition. You may have difficulty getting heat to your basement and on the top floor of your house. You could put your kerosene heater in the kitchen, instead of in your foyer. You could plan to use your wind-up flashlights and battery powered lanterns to give light during the night. You should plan your meals for what you want to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You all may have to wear layers of clothes to stay warm, if the heat is not equally distributed around the house. Plan your water usage as you did on your last practice run. You could bake your bread again, and see if your propane oven will work in the cold outside, or if it will have to be brought inside. Keeping warm will be your biggest challenge, so plan your heaters by trying them out before your overnight run. Plan at least for one person to be praying every hour in the chapel. You learned some things from your last run, so now you know what you will need for everyone. This will be good training for how to survive during the winter. Trust in Me to provide for your needs.”

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