Saturday, May 18, 2024

Saturday, May 18, 2024:
Jesus said: “My son, I am showing you this sacristy where the priests keep their vestments and where they put them on. I have asked you to set up a refuge for the people to come, but you also have prepared an altar with candles, vestments, unconsecrated hosts, wine, an Easter Candle, and other things for Mass. You also need to be ready to take in some priests to feed them and have lodging for them during the tribulation. St. Joseph will be building a high rise building, and a large church for 5,000 people. With so many people, you will need several priests for Mass and Confession. Do not be alarmed to handle so many people during the tribulation, because I know how to feed 5,000 people like you saw in the Gospels. This will be a large undertaking, but I advised you to have core groups of about twenty people per thousand people. I will be expanding your grounds to handle so many people. Have no worry because I can do the impossible.”

Jesus said: “My people, this vision of a triangle does represent Three Persons in One God of the Blessed Trinity. The Father, Myself, and the Holy Spirit are always present together, but it is a Mystery to try to understand the meaning of the Blessed Trinity. This is something you need to take on faith. So when you are looking at My Real Presence in the consecrated Host in the monstrance, you are looking at Three Persons in One God. Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday, and you will hear the list of seven gifts and twelve fruits listed by the Holy Spirit who shares these gifts with all true believers. Back in elementary Catholic School, you had to memorize these gifts of the Holy Spirit from your Baltimore Catechism. I will list them for you now. The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit are: wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord. The twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit are: charity, joy, peace, patience, benignity, goodness, long-suffering, mildness, faith, modesty, continency, and chastity. These gifts help you in keeping your faith, and they help in sharing your faith.”