Friday, March 5, 2010: (First Friday)

Jesus said: “My people, in the case of Joseph and Myself there was pride in the desire to kill us, and also greed because Joseph was sold for twenty pieces of silver, and I was betrayed for thirty pieces of silver. In Joseph’s story his brothers were angry because Jacob favored Joseph with a colored coat, and he was the youngest. They wanted to kill Joseph, but instead they sold him to the Ishmalites who took him to Egypt. This was part of God’s plan that eventually Joseph, by his dream interpretation, was able to store food for the famine of seven years that was used to feed Jacob’s family. This also led to the Israelites’ Egyptian captivity that Moses later led them out to the Promised Land. In My case the Pharisees and Sadducees wanted to kill Me both because I claimed that I was God’s Son, and that I criticized them for being hypocrites. They were threatened in losing their position with the people, and they did not want My teachings to be allowed. This Crucifixion of My Body was also a part of God’s plan of salvation for all of mankind. So as you study the Scriptures during Lent, see that there was a plan of God in every act of Mine and man himself.”

Jesus said: “My people, this vision indicates that there will be more signs of coming earthquakes. The birds’ sudden migration in large numbers is a sign that some kind of high pitched sound has frightened them into flight. The sounds of microwave interference that are silent to your ears is another reason to show evidence that a good number of your natural disasters could be man-made. The close proximity in time between the latest damaging earthquakes could be a sign also that more disasters may be waiting to happen. There was a fair sized tsunami that destroyed one town in Chile. Be wary of large earthquakes that could set off large tsunamis along the Pacific Rim where most earthquakes occur. Continue to be prepared for these tsunamis by living on high ground. Pray for the people who are suffering from earthquake destruction, and send them donations when you can.”