Friday, June 21, 2013

Friday, June 21, 2013: (St. Aloysius Gonzaga)
Jesus said: “My people, in areas that do not have lakes and rivers, the people are dependent on wells and aquifers. These underground sources of water provide what is needed for drinking and irrigating the farm crops. In the summer months there is less rainfall, and droughts during this time have endangered the farmers’ crops. Last year’s drought reduced your crops, and this year will not be much better. Pray that your farmers will have the right amount of rain for a good harvest. Your food stores are lower than usual, and another poor harvest could threaten the beginning of a famine in parts of the world. These poor harvests are why I have been warning My faithful to store some extra food. Any increase in food prices could be an indication of coming shortages.”

Jesus said: “My people, you take your lights for granted, but there has been a big change in switching from tungsten filaments for lights over to mercury lighting. The new lights are being forced on you, but they do use considerably less electricity for the same light. It is the disposal of mercury lighting that presents a disposal problem. There is another consideration for providing light when you have power outages, and when you may be at refuges without electricity. At your homes you have candles, kerosene or lamp oil lanterns, or wind-up LED lights. Some people have battery powered lights, but these lights will not last long. I have recommended the wind-up flashlights that do not require batteries, especially on the way to and at My refuges. It is very difficult to work in the dark of night without some source of light. Let this be a lesson to handle the darkness in power outages and at My refuges.”