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Friday, July 13, 2018

July 18, 2018

Friday, July 13, 2018: (St. Henry)
Jesus said: “My people, you are in a constant battle between good and evil, as represented in the chess pieces of white against black in the vision. The devil comes after you every day with his temptations to sin. He attacks you with pride so you strike out at people who criticize you, or insult you. He attacks you with gluttony to eat more than you need, or with eating foods that are not good for your health. He attacks you with sexual desires to look with lust on other women or men, than on your spouse. He attacks you with a need for things that are not necessary in the stores. He tempts you to lie about things to save face in front of others. He tempts you to swear in My Name over things you have no control over. By mentioning how the devil works, you can be more on guard to avoid any temptations to sin. Even if you fall into sin, you can come to Me in Confession as a repentant sinner, so I can forgive your sins, and restore My graces to your soul. You are all sinners with an inherited weakness to sin from Adam. This is why you need to confess your sins at least once a month, to bring your soul back to its original state of grace at your Baptism. You want to keep your soul in a state of grace, because you do not know when I will call you home to My judgment.”

Jesus said: “My people, at My refuges My builders need to provide some beds for the people to sleep. It may not be the best beds, but I will provide a place for everyone to sleep. When you have cots, you could use any available space to sleep. Once you wake up and put your cots away, then you could use the same space for serving your meals. You will have people praying your perpetual Adoration around the clock. You may only eat two meals a day, but you will have daily Holy Communion with limited hot water. You will be taking more sponge baths, rather than showers or baths. You will have to learn how to live with many people in a confined space within the borders of your refuge. Pray for My help every day, so I can provide for all of your needs.”

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