Monday, January 5, 2009: (St. John Neumann)

Jesus said: “My people, you have celebrated in bringing in the New Year, but there is going to be a lot of grief to put up with the troubles of this year. Wars and financial disasters are going to mark the landscape of this year. I can only keep warning My people to have your things ready for your trip to the refuge because America is very vulnerable to a takeover by the one world people. As they implement their plans, you will be losing more and more of your freedoms. Pray much for what you are about to endure, but most of all keep your trust in Me to protect you and provide for your needs.”
Jesus said: “My people, as you see this corn silage being given to feed your animals, there are many people in the world that do not even have enough to eat every day. America sends food to poor countries, but famine is starting to be felt in many third world countries. When you started making ethanol from corn, this was a bad idea to use food to make fuel instead of using organic wastes. This drove the price of grain up, and made it more expensive to help feed the poor. Now that hard times have fallen on America, there are fewer donations going to the poor as well. When you have a world recession, many nations become even worse off and a world famine could have its roots in this financial downturn. People still need to eat, so this lack of food will mean even more people will go to bed hungry. Pray that your world policies will change to help provide more food for where famine is occurring.”