Saturday, June 29, 2013

Saturday, June 29, 2013: (St. Peter and St. Paul, apostles)
Jesus said: “My people, today you are celebrating the feast day of the two great pillars of My Church. On the one side, you have St. Peter who was given the Keys to My Kingdom to be the rock on whom I would build My Church. St. Peter was the first Pope that started in Jerusalem. I promised him that the gates of hell would not prevail over My Church. My Church has survived over two thousand years through the succession of Popes. He was the leader of My apostles, despite his denial of Me three times. I asked him three times to feed My sheep at the Sea of Galilee. Once My apostles received the Holy Spirit, they spoke out boldly to proclaim My Good News, even though most were martyred, except for St. John. St. Paul was also a convert by a miracle conversion with My intervention. He heard My voice and was blinded by My Light. He was a Pharisee, and he was healed of his sight. He then was inspired by the Holy Spirit to evangelize souls for Me. He traveled all over to help bring even the Gentiles into the faith. St. Paul has given you many Epistles that you read often at your Masses. He fought the good fight and finished the race. His chains are in the Basilica dedicated to him. St. Paul also was martyred for his faith. Rejoice, as you cherish My two great apostles who have built up My Church with their efforts and the efforts of the rest of My followers.”

Jesus said: “My people, there are several different meanings of this vision of the Exodus in the desert. This will parallel a modern day Exodus when My faithful will come to My refuges, and they will be healed of their infirmities by looking on My luminous cross in the sky. The bronze snake on a pole healed the Israelites who were bitten by seraph serpents, when they looked on it. Another meaning could be how I was raised up on a wooden cross, and My faithful were healed of their sins with My sacrifice on the cross. Now, you can look on My crucifix, and see how much I love you by My dying for your sins. Rejoice, that a Redeemer was promised, and I fulfilled all of the prophecies about Me. I came not only as a healer of people’s infirmities, but I came to heal their sinful souls as well through Confession. Be thankful for all of My gifts to you, especially My Real Presence in My Blessed Sacrament.”