Saturday, March 4, 2017

Saturday, March 4, 2017: (St. Casimir)
Jesus said: “My people, in the Gospel you read how I called Levi, the tax collector, to be one of My disciples. Then he held a dinner for Me and his friends. The Pharisees and Scribes questioned Me, why I was eating with sinners and tax collectors. Tax collectors were considered traitors in collecting taxes for the Romans, who occupied Israel. I answered them: ‘Those people, who are not sick, do not need a physician, but the sick people do. I have come to heal and forgive sinners, and not the self-righteous.’ All of you are sinners and you are weak to sin. I came to the earth as your Redeemer in sacrificing My life for all peoples who want to repent and be forgiven. Those people, who refuse to repent, and do not love Me, are on the path to hell.
My son, you had an extreme ordeal in trying to get your car out of the mud yesterday. But then you finally gave up struggling with your own efforts, and you called a truck to pull you out with his winch and a long cable. It cost you some money, but you were able to get your car back, and you washed off the mud. You were upset how you would get the car out, but I told you not to worry, that I would find a way for you. At times you want to do things on your own, but when it is overwhelming, you need to call on others to help. When you have troubles, you can call on Me and others to help solve your problems. You need to pray some prayers of thanksgiving to have your car back. I help all sinners in both their physical and spiritual ways.”

Jesus said: “My son, I told you to make use of your extra time from this short reprieve that I have given you. You still have a few things to finish up. You need to finish the roof on your outhouse and put some brackets on it so several people could lift it over a deep hole that you will have to dig out later. You might want to cut up some of your wood outside so it will fit in your fireplace grate. Your solar panels will not work much in the months of winter when you have snow on them, or you have cloudy days. You will need your wood and kerosene for heat, and your oil lamps for light. You might put tape or insulation around your water lines going through your root cellar, so your lines do not freeze on cold days. You also need to try your MREs and your dehydrated food as I asked you before. You have a list of action items to go along with your other duties. Be thankful that you have your own refuge, but you will be doing a lot of work to help people through the coming Warning and tribulation.”