Friday, January 25, 2008: (Conversion of St. Paul)

Jesus said: “My people, today’s feast day of the ‘Conversion of St. Paul’ was very dramatic in how Saul was blinded by My Light and he fell off of his horse. He was changed from a Saul, who persecuted Christians, to a Paul who now would be My greatest evangelist of the Gentiles. This miracle conversion is how many Christians were brought over to the faith in Me. The vision of building the upper part of a house represents how I take you with all of your talents, and I rebuild your spiritual life which is the more important part of your life on a higher plane. Infusing faith into your soul is My greatest gift to all of My followers, but it starts with your ‘yes’ in opening the door of your heart to Me. Once you believe, then now you are called to do good works for your neighbor and share your faith with others in your own evangelization efforts. Saving souls from hell is now your most important life work, even beyond your earthly accomplishments. St. Paul should be an inspiration for all that you could do for Me, if you really put your heart into My work.”

Jesus said: “My people, I have given you messages before about the coming natural disasters that could be larger than normal. This vision is about another coming volcanic release that will sound like a jet as the hot gases and magma are released. This explosion from the side of a mountain is very much like Mt. St. Helen’s release of a pyroclastic flow of ash and earth. Depending on the size and proximity to population centers, this explosion could take many lives in its path. Be forewarned about such an event as there will be ground tremors before it takes off. If the smoke and ash goes up high enough, you could see a reduction in your temperature in this area, and an effect on your weather. Each of these major events are going to be happening close to each other, as many will need to call on My help to give them adequate peace in this trial. Trust in My help and protection in keeping you safe from the evil ones.”