Monday, September 2, 2013

Monday, September 2, 2013: (Labor Day)
Jesus said: “My people, ever since Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden because of their sin, men and women have had to work by the sweat of their brow to earn a living. Even today, people have to struggle to make ends meet by working more than one job. Your media speaks of more jobs and a pick up in the economy, but the truth is that you just have more part-time jobs at a lower wage. The average household income is decreasing ($55,000 in 1999 to $50,000 in 2011) while the rich are making a large increase in their incomes. The goal of the one world people has been to export the good paying factory jobs so the middle class is being forced to work several jobs for less money. The people on government support are increasing as your deficits are increasing in order to pay people not to work. There are many injustices going on, but your country’s deficits are going to cause an eventual bankruptcy. Already many cities are about to go bankrupt because they cannot afford to pay many expensive pensions. College tuition is also creating a bubble of loans that are becoming harder to pay off. Pray for your working people who are finding it harder to pay their bills.”

Jesus said: “My people, with your current economy, it is hard to find a good paying job, and finding benefits is even harder. In older days, it was enough for the husband to work to support his family. Today, the wives need to work also, as it is not uncommon to have two or three jobs in a household to survive. At one point the wife’s job would allow a family to have some extra money for vacations and furniture. Today, the wife’s job is needed to cover the bills of running a household and paying for any children. As the young adults try to get a college education, they need jobs, and can only afford community or state colleges. Even books, transportation, and meals, are becoming more expensive. It is difficult for these students to pay off their loans, and to find a job in their major when they are finished. All of these problems are even harder for single parent households. Pray for all the families that are struggling to survive, but the working poor are suffering the most.”