Saturday, August 13, 2011

Saturday, August 13, 2011: (St. Pontian & St. Hippolytus)
Jesus said: “My people, in the first reading Joshua went through a long list of how the Lord defeated the Egyptians, and miraculously fought off all the peoples that occupied their promised land. As he was near death, Joshua made a promise to serve Me, and he placed a stone in the sanctuary to mark this covenant of the Lord with His people. (Joshua 24:15) ‘As for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.’ This personal commitment to
serve Me is a challenge for every soul to accept in order to be able to come to heaven. At your Baptism as an infant, you had your godparents speak for you in your resolution to believe in Me. Later in life, when you can reason for yourself, you need to make your own personal commitment to serve Me. By asking forgiveness of your sins, and accepting Me as Master of your life, truly you will be on the narrow road to heaven.”

Jesus said: “My people, as you get older, you wonder where the time went because time passed slowly when you were younger. When you see people at class reunions, it brings back old memories as you share your lives with each other. This idea of remembering your life’s actions over the years will be made very clear to you in your Warning experience. The big difference is that you will also see your life through the eyes of those whom you lived with and through My eyes. I will alert you more to the unforgiven sins in your life that you still have to make reparation for. This Warning experience will give everyone a second chance to seek My forgiveness and change your life for the better. I will show you by a mini-judgment where your life is headed if you do not change it. You will be put back into your body, knowing how you should live. You will then be held more responsible because now you will know what is expected of you. You will also be needed to help evangelize souls that will be open to your word to bring them to Me in faith. Rejoice in this chance to change your life, and be prepared for the coming tribulation.”