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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

January 10, 2018

Wednesday, December 27, 2017: (St. John the Evangelist)
Jesus said: “My people, in today’s Gospel St. John the Evangelist and St. Peter rushed to My tomb after My Resurrection. They both went into the tomb, but My Body was not there. They saw My burial clothes, and they believed that I resurrected. Even when My apostles told the rest of My followers, they still did not want to believe that I resurrected. Only when I appeared to all My apostles in the Upper Room, did they believe. This is why I told them that they believed because they saw My live Body, but blessed are those people who believe in My Resurrection, and they did not see Me. St. John also took care of My Blessed Mother in Ephesus, Turkey. He also was the only apostle to die a natural death on Patmos. Blessed are My faithful who believe in Me and proclaim My Resurrection.”

Jesus said: “My people, your police are your first line of defense against terrorists. This is why some elements of the terrorists are choosing to ambush police in their patrol cars. If they can terrorize your police, then they can threaten your first line of defense. You are seeing many shootings to cause a threat to people having guns. The thieves will always find weapons illegally, so your gun laws have no effect on criminals. You are also seeing more heavily armed special forces to combat the terrorists. If enough shootings occur, they could cause a police state, or a martial law. If martial law occurs, then My faithful will need to come to My refuges for protection from any violence. The one world people are planning a takeover of America, but your President is causing them to change their plans. I told you in other messages that the evil ones will try to assassinate your President if that is their last resort. They have made several attempts to try and impeach your President, but this is not working. My faithful need to pray for the safety of your President, so he can continue to help your country without violence.”

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