Saturday, December 14, 2013

Saturday, December 14, 2013: (St. John of the Cross)
Jesus said: “My people, you remember the account of My Transfiguration on Mt. Tabor, when I appeared in My glorified Body as a preview of My Resurrection. Elijah and Moses appeared with Me before My apostles Peter, James, and John. Peter wanted to glorify that moment, but My heavenly Father said: ‘This is My beloved Son, in Whom I am well pleased; hear Him.’ Then I told My apostles that Elijah will come before I return, but that the spirit of Elijah had already come in St. John the Baptist. St. John taught the people to repent and prepare for the Lamb of God to come. Then he pointed Me out as the Lamb, and the Promised Messiah, who would redeem mankind. You have St. John already announcing My coming in the womb of St. Elizabeth when he stirred to acknowledge My Presence when My Blessed Mother came to help St. Elizabeth. Now in Advent, you will be reading St. John’s account of how he prepared the way of My coming. When I return, you will see the two prophets Elijah and Enoch, who will prepare My way again. Rejoice as you celebrate My coming feast of Christmas. You have yet to rejoice again when I will come in victory over the Antichrist and Satan, when I will make all things new in My Era of Peace.”

Jesus said: “My people, now your weather forecasters are naming the snowstorms, and you are up to your fifth storm. Your snow levels are a bit over normal already, and you have not even turned to winter on December 21st. Deep cold and plenty of snow are already the signature of this year’s winter. Many people in the North have been suffering from heavy snows, and some have had ice storms with freezing rain. Pray for all the people who are suffering hardships as a result of your severe weather. The one good thing that comes from these storms, is that neighbors are helping each other with the plowing, and sharing food and heat with those who lost their power. You all know how hard it is to be without heat, food, or water. Again, I remind you to share your donations with your food shelves, and pray for the poor that they will find what they need to survive.”