Sunday, March 3, 2024

Sunday, March 3, 2024: (Third Sunday of Lent)
Jesus said: “My people, this vision is about how doctors are instrumental in your healing with operations, but I am the greatest Healer of all. My more important lesson is in your first reading where the Ten Commandments are listed. (Exodus 20:1-17) Each person needs to come to frequent Confession at least monthly. While My Commandments are about love of God and love of neighbor, you need to memorize the Ten Commandments because they need to be used in examining your conscience as you prepare for Confession to Me in the priest. The First Commandment is to love your God in Me with your whole heart, your whole mind, and your whole soul. It also means not to place any idols of worldly things or people before Me. The second Commandment is not to swear with My Name in vain or any other swear words. The third Commandment is to remember to keep holy the Lord’s Day on Saturday night or Sunday morning, and not to work on this holy day. The fourth Commandment is to honor your mother and father in obeying them and taking care of them in their old age. The fifth Commandment is to not kill anyone, and this means no abortion or euthanasia. The sixth Commandment is to not commit adultery, but this includes no fornication, no homosexual acts, and no birth control means. The seventh Commandment is you shall not steal or cheat people out of their money or their possessions. The eighth Commandment is you shall not bear false witness against your neighbor which includes lying, or gossiping against someone behind their back. The ninth Commandment is you shall not covet or desire to have your neighbor’s wife. The tenth Commandment is you shall not covet or desire to have any possessions of your neighbor. By following My Commandments and coming to Confession, you can keep your soul clean and ready to meet Me at your judgment when you die. Commit these Commandments to memory so you do not forget them in your daily life.”

Jesus said: “My people, I am showing you a vision of a Bible, because I want everyone to have one of these books at home. This book is meant to be read, even if you only read a few pages each day. Reading the Bible is also a good Lenten devotion. This Bible is My Word and it is inspired by the Holy Spirit. A time is coming when the Bibles will be banned by the evil ones, so you may have to hide it in the future, so it is not stolen or forced from you. Another good reference book you should have in your home, is a copy of St. John Paul II’s ‘Catechism of the Catholic Church’. This has the proper teachings of My Church, and if anyone teaches anything that is against this book, then do not believe it, and do not obey it. Keep My true Word in your heart and never deny it.”