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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

September 4, 2013

Wednesday, August 21, 2013: (St. Pius X)
Jesus said: “My people, this parable of the workers in the vineyard, seems a little unfair to the ways of man, but to My ways, it is very generous. The different times of the day represent the different times when the people were converted during their lives. The same usual wage is the reward of being able to come into heaven. This long line in the vision represents how long the people had to wait in order to come into heaven. This could even be the souls in purgatory who had to suffer a while before entering heaven. Those, who came to work in the last hour, represent those souls who were saved right before their death. These souls were fortunate to be saved at all, so they were allowed into heaven first. There are seven levels of heaven, so there is further justice that some souls who labored longer, could be granted a higher place in heaven. All of you should be struggling to get into heaven, however you can manage to show your love for Me and your neighbor.”

Jesus said: “My people, when someone has a sudden intuition on a subject, it is like a light bulb that is turned on in that person’s mind. After you hear the whole story of how the vineyard owner dealt with his laborers, there is a realization that I was talking about people saving their soul at the eleventh or last hour. It is My blessing and generosity to each soul, that you could even be saved with Confession on your death bed. You should not wait to the last minute, because you could die suddenly in an accident, even at a young age without time to repent. Now is the acceptable time to be saved by repenting of your sins, and asking for My forgiveness. The earlier that you can convert your life, the more time that you will have to do good deeds for your neighbor out of love for Me. The usual wage that represents the reward in heaven, does not have to be worth more, as in a greater wage. Heaven is not entirely earned, because it was My death on the cross that gives you your salvation. It was the sacrifice of My Blood that washes away your sins, and opens the gates to heaven for all worthy souls. Give praise and thanks to your God for forgiving your sins, and allowing you into eternal life with Me in heaven.”

Jesus said: “My people, you remember well about the Good Samaritan who was the third person to come upon a beaten up traveler. A priest and a Levite passed by this scene of one in need of help. It was a foreigner who took compassion on this person who was beaten by robbers. He cared for his wounds, and paid the innkeeper to take care of the man. This relates to your own situation late at night in the dark, when you were trying to put a spare tire on your van to replace a flat tire. In your case it was a young lady who showed up to help you after your prayer. She put her headlights on the back of your van, and she even mounted the tire for you. You were praying for someone to help you, and I sent an angel of this lady to help you as a Good Samaritan. Even though it was dangerous to help someone in the dark of night, she was kind enough to risk helping you. You used to help people on the road, but now with bandits using such excuses, you are more reluctant to do so. Those, who want to risk helping someone in need, are the real ‘Good Samaritans’ who feel inspired to help their neighbors. You now have a renewed sense of compassion when you know how desperate you were for someone’s help. If you have an opportunity to help someone, do not be like the priest or the Levite who passed up a chance to help someone. It is almost a sin of omission to not help someone in need. You will have to answer to Me for all the opportunities that I gave you to help someone, even when you were out of your

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