Monday, December 31, 2012

Monday, December 31, 2012: (Vigil of Solemnity of Mary)
Jesus said: “My people, this vision of the fires of hell does not look like any place that a soul would choose, but it is a place of eternal punishment. Hell is for the souls who are evil and have rejected My love. You have seen people who kill others, and some even worship Satan. Some make pacts with the devil, some bring people into hell by coercion, and some are lukewarm without even thinking of Me. These are the kinds of souls who come to hell without anyone praying for them. Hell is a place of constant punishment by fire, tormenting by the devils, full of hate, and these souls will never see My face again. Everyone is given an opportunity to accept and love Me. If you desire to come to heaven, you need to die to self, and follow My Will and not your own. I am love, and only those who love Me and their neighbor will be allowed into heaven. Pray for poor sinners that their souls could be saved from hell. Keep working to save as many souls as you can from going to hell.”

Jesus said: “My people, many of you are celebrating the New Year coming in, and there are crowds in New York City bringing in the New Year with song and revelry. In this vision I am showing you crowds in the streets all over your country that will be protesting your taxes and cuts in your budgets. Many entitlement programs will need to make some adjustments and cuts as well. There has been a major gridlock because every interest group does not want their funding cut, and they do not want more taxes. Both Republicans and Democrats are to blame for not compromising on their positions. I told you that your Administration wanted to have higher taxes on everyone to pay for their entitlement program deficits, but they will not admit it. More problems will come as your Health Care Law will be implemented. There also may be another battle over increasing the debt limit. Riots and revolution are not out of the question when you have a non-functioning government. Pray for peace in your country, and that your people can reach a fair compromise for all parties.”