Tuesday, June 4, 2019

June 6, 2019

Tuesday, June 4, 2019:
Jesus said: “My people, in the first reading St. Paul was saying good-by to his faithful people because he knew he would face hardship in Jerusalem. He was thankful that he could complete his mission, even when he wrote some epistles from prison. In the Gospel I was saying good-by to My apostles right before I was to be crucified on My cross. Even today, My faithful are suffering persecution and even martyrdom for My Name’s sake. You, My son, are already facing rejection for preaching My messages. Have faith and trust in My protection at your refuge. As you all approach the coming tribulation, there may be more faithful who will suffer martyrdom. Have no fear because you will have your reward in My Era of Peace.”

Jesus said: “My people, at Sunday Mass you sometimes see infants being baptized, but adults may be baptized at the Easter Vigil when converts come to the faith. You, My son, have seen some adults being baptized by immersion in the Jordan River, where St. John the Baptist baptized people. At Baptism you are cleansed of original sin, and other sins if one is an adult. Your soul is made clean, just as when you come to Confession. In Baptism you are joined in the faith and you are able to evangelize souls to the faith as well. Some people take this calling to preach My Word as a true calling in action. Missionaries bring people to Baptism, and My prophets draw people to Me also. Rejoice in My sacraments that give you the grace to work toward your goal of heaven.”


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