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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

August 6, 2020

Wednesday, July 29, 2020: (St. Martha)
Jesus said: “My people, today’s readings are all about love of Me and love of neighbor as yourself. There are many ways you can show your love for Me, even in the little things you do, as St. Therese did in her little ways. You can please Me in serving others as St. Martha did, and you can please Me in quiet contemplation when you are adoring My Real Presence in My Eucharist as St. Mary did. I told My apostles: ‘Peace be with you.’ If you stay in peace, even with upsetting things, you will not lose your temper in swearing or angry comments. Do not let the devil upset your peace, and stay calm and faithful throughout the day. In St. John’s first reading he speaks of how I am love and I share My love with you, even when I died on the cross for your sins. I created all of you and I placed My image of love in each of you. You are all capable of loving Me and your neighbor. Use your free will to acknowledge your love for Me, as I desire to be loved in return. When you realize anxieties, worries, fears, and temptations to evil are all from the devil, then call on Me for help so you do not lose your peace.”

Jesus said: “My people, you have prepared for this time of the refuge, and soon you will be using what you have stored for this time. Another worse virus is coming this fall, and you may again be confined to your homes with even worse restrictions. In the first virus attack, it was not as deadly as people predicted. This second attack will be worse, but unless you see a lot of dead bodies, you can withstand it. You will see the Battle of Armageddon where I will have some generals fight off the evil people and demons, with the help of My angels. There will be several battles, but I will win the war as the evil ones will be cast into hell. My faithful will be protected as you will be rewarded in My Era of Peace and later in heaven. Trust in My Word as My angels will protect you and feed you at My refuges.”

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