Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Tuesday, August 20, 2013: (St. Bernard)
Jesus said: “My people, in the Gospel you have the best encouragement that I could give you when I told My apostles: ‘For man, many things seem impossible, but for God, all things are possible.’ I had told them that it would be as hard as putting a camel through the eye of a needle, in order for a rich man to be saved. This needle is not for thread, but it was a four foot by four foot hole to keep camels out of church. The story of Gideon in the first reading, is an example of how I give signs to My leaders so they would have the grace and faith to carry out My mission for them. All of you have life’s moments when you think that you cannot accomplish a needed goal. When you were faced with changing your tire in the dark, you had faith enough to pray for My help through St. Michael the Archangel. The young lady gave you help with her headlights, and she helped you mount the spare tire on your van. An angel helped Gideon to have faith when the angel brought fire down on his offering. You all need to have faith and hope that I will give you what you need to accomplish your mission in life. You have seen already in many ways how I have helped you, and I will continue to help My faithful endure the coming tribulation.”
Note: We had just finished praying the rosary for a man who was having a crisis of faith, when we got a flat tire. It was totally dark in the country. All we had was a little moonlight. After an hour of struggling to put the spare tire on, we saw the need to pray to St. Michael for help. We did not even finish the prayer, when this young girl drove by alone at 10:30 p.m., and she stopped to help us. She was really like an angel.

Jesus said: “My people, you have read many accounts of the radioactive disaster that happened at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan. Because the reactors were ruined by the tsunami, they lost cooling, and there were several hydrogen explosions, and nuclear meltdowns. Even today, seawater is cooling these reactors, and the radioactive water is being dispersed into the Pacific Ocean. Very little has been done to stop this disaster. Now, there is concern over hundreds of spent fuel rods that need to be removed from a pool of water in the fourth reactor. In the vision you could see an explosion with more meltdowns of these spent fuel rods. They have already seen one pool of water leak out, and it will be a dangerous job to remove these fuel rods. If a worse case scenario happens, there would be no means of containing another nuclear meltdown. Pray that this operation is successful, and that the authorities can do something to stop the radioactive contamination of the air and the water.”