Thursday, December 17, 2015

Thursday, December 17, 2015:
Jesus said: “My people, in the Gospel you read of My genealogy down from Abraham and King David. You also remember how both St. Joseph and My Blessed Mother had to register in Bethlehem for the census. Bethlehem was the house of King David, and it was foretold by Micah (5:1-2) that the Savior would be born there. ‘But you Bethlehem-Ephratha too small to be among the clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for Me One who is to be Ruler in Israel; whose origin is from of old from ancient times.’ My Blessed Mother and St. Joseph were both in the lineage from King David, and all the people had to register according to the tribes of their ancestors. St. Matthew even pointed out the plan of God in noting there were fourteen generations from Abraham to King David. Then there were fourteen generations from King David to the Babylonian Exile, and fourteen generations from the Babylonian Exile until I was born. A Savior was promised by God to save all of mankind from their sins, and I am the One who was foretold by the prophets to fulfill God’s promise.”

Prayer Group:
Jesus said: “My son, you were happy to hear that your solar project has received the needed approvals, so your solar installer can buy the equipment to put your system together in a few weeks. Your work on the shed only needs a little paint, some shelves, and a rug to be installed. It has taken some time to bring all of your projects together, but now, the end of your initial work is almost done.”

Jesus said: “My son, it is sad that your daughter’s bank group were all let go right before Christmas and near her birthday. Make a point to remember to pray your St.Therese’s Novena every day for a new job for your daughter. Continue to encourage her to pray as well.”

Jesus said: “My people, you may not have much snow for Christmas, but you need to pray your St. Michael prayer for safe travel for your relatives. It takes some work to prepare your meals and accommodate your guests for sleeping. It is always a joy to share your Christmas gifts with each other on Christmas Eve. Remember to share your gifts with Me at Mass on Christmas. Your Advent Season is almost over, but you still have time for Confession and your prayers.”

Jesus said: “My people, there are some attempts being made to try and stop such killings, but these efforts appear weak, and there is not much effort in Syria to fight ISIS on the ground. I wish you could have peace in this area, but some terrorists are intent on continuing the killing of innocent people. These terrorists are also intent on trying to draw you into more fighting, by their acts of brutality on people. Keep praying for this situation to have less fighting and more peace.”

Jesus said: “My people, during this Christmas Season, you need to have some sympathy for those people who are on hard times, and they need help with housing and food. Pray for them and contribute some charity money to help them. You have shelters and food shelves who could use your financial help to assist the poor and the homeless. You could even help your friends and family in their needs. When you help people, you will be storing up treasure in heaven for your good deeds.”

Jesus said: “My people, you have been blessed with aquifers for your wells to provide water for your crops. It is unfortunate that these wells are not being replenished, and some of them are going dry because they are being over pumped for your farms. I have told you in the past how fresh water will be harder to find as droughts and lower water tables are taking a toll on your farmers. Pray for more rain and snowfall on your mountains.”

Jesus said: “My people, your college tuition and board are getting so expensive, that many students cannot afford college, and the high amount of loans that are required. Some students can go to community colleges, but they may have to take more years to work and take fewer courses to afford their degrees. Another concern is finding employment at a living wage in a workplace that has sent many jobs overseas. It is getting harder to pay off school loans without good paying jobs. Pray for your students and parents to find answers to their needs.”