Saturday, November 10, 2007

Jesus said: “My people, at many of your funerals there is a momentary remembrance of the deceased, but many assume they went to heaven or they forget to pray for these souls. Very few souls, who do not go to hell, go straight to heaven. The majority of souls, who are saved, require some purification in purgatory, and they can no longer pray for themselves. This is why it is important to not forget the poor souls in purgatory, especially those in your own family. Continue to pray for your deceased in case they are still in purgatory. Remember to have Masses said for your deceased members because the Mass is very powerful to release souls from purgatory. Put yourself in their place and realize how you may be there someday. You would want people to pray for you, so you should pray for them to shorten their time in purgatory. These souls will never forget to pray for you, once they are released to enter heaven. Pray for poor sinners as well before they die, so they may be saved from going to hell. You have many responsibilities in your spiritual life and the most important are to pray for the souls in purgatory and for the conversion of sinners. Anything that you can do to save souls by your example can also help souls on their path to heaven.” Our Lady said: “My dear children, this picture of me as the woman clothed in the sun (Rev. 12:1) is a picture of me pregnant with Jesus. Many women, who are pregnant, are having abortions either because of an affair outside of marriage, or because they do not want to have any more children. When I became pregnant in response to St. Gabriel’s message, I followed the Lord’s Will for me, even though it was possible that I could have been stoned. I trusted that the Lord would take care of me, and I would have my Son because this is what He wanted of me. There is no truly good reason for taking a baby’s life in abortion. Even if the mother’s life is threatened, it is better to let nature take its course. Only Our Lord should govern who lives and who dies, and not mankind. I am truly the patron for unwed mothers and I pray for all of these mothers who are contemplating abortion. Likewise, when you pray for the stoppage of abortions, pray also to touch the hearts of these mothers to have a deeper love for their babies, and a better appreciation for the preciousness of life. Many women would love the opportunity to have children, but some are unable to do so. They would gladly adopt someone’s unwanted child. Encourage these mothers to give their babies up for adoption rather than have an abortion. Continue to pray to stop abortion and ask my Jesus to multiply your prayers for this intention.”