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Sunday, March 31, 2019

April 4, 2019

Sunday, March 31, 2019:
Jesus said: “My people, today’s Gospel is how I healed the blind man, and I opened his eyes to see the world that he has been in, through a whole new light. I also opened his spiritual eyes of faith to believe that I could heal him. He gave thanks to Me for his sight in the world, and for his spiritual sight. In the vision you are seeing a small gold tabernacle with the consecrated Hosts in it. Then you were given a glorious view of heaven with a huge golden altar and Myself on a throne with all the angels and saints around Me. Your priest talked about striving to be a saint every day in your actions out of love for Me. He also talked about how necessary it is to trust in Me for everything, as I will work things out for you. Call on Me in prayer and I will find a way to solve your problems. You would much rather trust in Me than trust in your money. So do not let your little problems so frustrate you that you lose heart in depression. Give your problems over to Me in prayer, and I will have someone help you if necessary. My son, you have lived your life by trusting in Me to solve your problems, and I have taken good care of you. For those people, who are worried about things, just look back into your life, and you will see how I solved many of your problems. Even some problems you thought were impossible to solve at the time, I brought you through them, because nothing is impossible for Me. Keep trusting in Me in faith, and you will have nothing to fear.”

Jesus said: “My son, every time you have a practice refuge drill, it is a learning experience for the people present. It was the first one for your hosts. They learned how to operate the kerosene burner, and how much kerosene they might want to have on hand. You could use the well water if you have a well. We turned off the natural gas heater, and we kept the house warm with the fireplace running as well as the kerosene burner. We had a lentil broccoli soup, bread and butter, and some mango slices, with water for drinking. The chef oven worked, but the propane canister was faulty in going out. The host could try another canister to see what works. For lights we had wind-up pocket lights, and battery powered lanterns that were hung high for more light. The well water provided water to the toilets. The hosts took notes of what they will need in the future. My refuge builders should all try some practice runs with friends or your prayer group members. You all took turns praying an hour in the prayer room, and you opened the door for fresh air every hour. Living at a refuge is doable as long as you have working equipment and multiplied fuels, food, and water. Trust in Me that I will multiply your needs.”

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