Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday, December 14, 2012: (St. John the Cross)
Jesus said: “My people, it is appropriate that you have the feast day of St. John of the Cross on a Friday when I died on the cross. He was a holy man, and he gave a directive for testing people who have visions or locutions. The source of the messages comes from either the devil, mental illness, or from God. I know that My son prays for protection before receiving My messages, and he has My angels watching over him to protect him from any evil influence. In the quiet of his meditation, I give My son the vision and the message of what is important for the day. There are also three ways of testing the spirit of what is being received. If the messages are true, they will be in conformance with Scripture and My Church, and they will bear good fruit. You truly have seen conversions for those who have read these messages. I am thankful that My son has been faithful to Me and to the mission that I have given him. I ask many people to share My messages with the people, but few give Me their yes, and some are not persistent in following My ways. I ask My son to remain true to his mission, and to remain close to Me in his daily spiritual life.”

Jesus said: “My people, many of you were horrified to hear of twenty children and eight adults who were killed in a school in Connecticut. Many are sharing the pain of the parents who lost their children, and you need to pray for those who are mourning their loss. This scene of frequent killings is very disturbing to Americans. Some are advocating more stricter gun laws, but the criminals or perpetrators of these killings will always find a way to get guns on the black market, or they will steal them. Trying to determine why people commit such horrible crimes is very difficult to understand, and it could be psychologically unstable people who are doing it. Unless people are making threats to kill someone, it is hard to restrain them. Parents and school officials need to be alert when their children have dramatic changes in their mental thinking. One unusual common thread in many of these gunmen is that they commit suicide after their killings. It does not make sense why anyone would want to kill so many children unless they were mentally unstable. Pray that these kinds of deeds will stop, or there may be more restrictions on your freedoms.”