Friday, December 11, 2009

Jesus said: “My people, in the workplace today it is a struggle just to be able to keep a job. In the past your job expectancy has been if you do your work properly, that you could expect steady raises over time both for inflation and merit raises. In today’s market in some companies the funds for raises are getting less and everyone is not eligible to get a raise. It is also a constant problem that companies are cutting back on health support as premiums rise faster than inflation. Many are struggling to make ends meet because wages and benefits are limited by market conditions for labor. This is all a part of world competition and the export of manufacturing jobs. America’s incomes have become stagnant on the low income level, but your executives are highly overpaid for what they do. This inequality is a judgment against your employers who are robbing pay from their workers. The rich will pay for this at their judgment. But expect your standard of living to continue decreasing as a plan of the one world people. Pray for those unemployed or under employed who are taking lower pay and less hours. Many are suffering hardships from lost jobs and unemployment benefits running out.”

Jesus said: “My people, at times your heating ducts need to be cleaned of dust and your water drains cleared to increase the flow. Even your heart arteries need unclogging to avoid heart attacks. In the same way your soul can get clogged up with sins and endanger your spiritual life. If you allow your sins to accumulate without frequent Confession, then your soul will soon be lacking in grace to keep it vibrant. You need frequent Confession, daily prayer, and daily Mass if possible to build up your spiritual strength and keep your soul unclogged from your sins. Encourage your family members and friends to do likewise so they can have pure souls. By keeping your soul always prepared, you will have no fear if I should call you home to your judgment. Keep close to Me in My sacraments, and you will receive your reward in heaven.”