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Thursday, January 18, 2018

January 25, 2018

Thursday, January 18, 2018:
Jesus said: “My people, I want you to be loving Me and your neighbor as yourself. In the first reading you saw King Saul was fearful of David because the people sang of Saul killing thousands, while David was killing ten thousands. Saul became jealous of David, and Saul did not want to lose his position as king. Then Saul wanted to kill David, but Jonathan, Saul’s son, stood up for David saying how David should not be killed, since he was a faithful servant. You can see how anger and jealousy can lead to a worse sin of carrying out threats against your neighbor. Be loving of everyone, and do not harbor ill feelings against your neighbor. Be content with your lot, and do not desire more than you need to survive. I bless all of you in many ways, so some people may have more gifts than yourself. Some also have less gifts than you, so share your wealth and faith with others. I love all of you so much, and I want you to imitate My love for others.”

Jesus said: “My people, when you think of time on a clock, several things come to mind. You use set times to eat your meals. You need clocks to meet your appointments. You have approximate times to wake up and go to sleep. You are given a set number of years to live your life, and when you die, then time is no longer meaningful to you. When I bring My Warning, I will stop time, and you will come out of your body. You measure time by the twenty-four hours of the day, and the year is one revolution around the sun. Time is a gift for everyone, and at your judgment you will have to account for how you spent your time for good or bad. So make the best use of your time, because you will only have one chance for each day to help accomplish your mission.”

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