Monday, May 19, 2014

Monday, May 19, 2014:
Jesus said: “My people, when the people in the Acts of the Apostles saw St. Paul heal the crippled man from birth, they wanted to worship St. Paul and Barnabas as gods. My disciples told them that they were only human beings, and to thank God for healing the man. This is a lesson for all of you, so you do not accept praise, or become puffed up by human fame. When you have accomplished some good works, you should give praise to Me and not yourself. This is the Psalm Response: ‘Not to us, but to God give the glory.’ Even when the people wanted to make Me king after feeding the 5,000, I fled into the mountains. Human fame is fleeting, and My people should not seek the praise of others. It is better to praise Me for your gifts and successes, so you are not swelled up with pride.”

Jesus said: “My people, you have your backpacks, tents, sleeping bags, and some food and water ready to place in your van when you leave for My refuge. In the vision I am reminding you to have your bikes ready to use. You need to have a pump, and pump up your tires along with having helmets and windup flashlights. If you have room, you could take your extra containers of gasoline, in case the power is off. Again, if you have room, you could also take your Coleman stove with some propane gas bottles. When you are on the road to your refuge, you need to be independent with all of your needs. Trust in My help that My angel will lead you to a refuge of safety. The more food that you bring, the more help it will be for your refuge when it is multiplied. If you take both vehicles, then you could carry more to your destination. Try to keep your gasoline tanks in the car at half full or more, so you will have enough gas for your trip. You need to be in a ready mode because you may only have a short time to pack up and leave your home for My refuge.”