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Friday, February 7, 2020

February 12, 2020

Friday, February 7, 2020:
Jesus said: “My people, during life you have many struggles, pains, persecutions, and difficulties that are hard to bear. Whenever you are feeling troubled by life’s problems, take a look at how I suffered on the cross, and you will see your troubles are minor next to what I went through. I know your human problems because I lived as a man on the earth. I ask My followers to take up your cross of suffering, and bear it on your way to being with Me in heaven. Every day that you take up your cross for love of Me, you are one step closer to your goal of heaven. At the early ages, life seems so long, but when you are older, you will wonder where the time went. Your life on earth is short compared to eternity. So bear with your problems for love of Me, because you are being tested to see if you truly love Me more than any worldly things.”

Jesus said: “My son, when you had your new chapel and new kitchen framed in, it did not look as it does today. You were fortunate to have an inheritance from your old neighbor that gave you the money to build your refuge. You were able to add a basement that could provide more space to store some food and cots. You had your new chapel consecrated so you would have no more attacks of the flies. My angels will expand your living space so you can accommodate all the people who will be led here. You have some solar panels for some electricity, and a well for an independent source of fresh water. You will have more wood for your fireplace now that your dead ash tree has been taken down. I also will multiply your food and water. Every refuge will see miracles to supply the needs of your people. I will have a priest give you Masses so you can have daily Holy Communion. I am having My refuge builders set up refuges so My faithful will be protected during the tribulation. Give praise and thanks to Me for providing My refuges. Pray that My refuge builders will be able to manage their refuges past the Warning when they will be needed.”

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