Monday, November 1, 2010

Monday, November 1, 2010: (All Saints’ Day)
St. Therese said: “My son, I am happy to guide you in your work for My Jesus. Do not be upset at any of your unintended mistakes in judgment. Make amends with anyone that you may have indirectly harmed and move on with your work and prayer. Do not let the devil use these impediments to discourage you from your work in any way. In considering doing another DVD, you know the attacks that you received in your previous DVD. You know my Novena for help, so call on my prayer as an intercessor to protect you from any spiritual harassment in this effort. The more you pray at the beginning of your work, the easier it will go for you. Keep me in mind in your prayers and I will be watching out for you and protecting you.”

Jesus said: “My people, there are two ways that the one world people could pull off a takeover without using viruses to kill a lot of people. One way would be to turn off the electric grid which would stop gasoline pumps, some factories, many communications, water pumps, refrigerators, banks, computers, televisions, and regular lighting. No electricity would cause people to live a much simpler life with little travel. Another means that could send your technology back to the 1920s is an EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) attack either from bombs or EMP weapons. This attack would stop your vehicles from moving and it would destroy all of your microchips that run computers and many of your appliances. If the electricity was turned off, it could be restored at any time by the one world people who want to take over. If an EMP attack was used, computers and chips would have to be stored deep underground so they could restart a society later under the one world control. In either case, My faithful could seek My refuges for food and shelter without any need of electricity or chips in order to survive. You have become dependent on many electrical comforts that you will have taken away from you when it is time to go to My refuges. Be prepared to live a much more rustic life with a lot less comforts that you have today.”