Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Tuesday, August 7, 2012: (St. Sixtus II and companions)
Jesus said: “My people, in the early centuries after My death, many Christians were martyred by the Romans, even the popes. Today, Christians are still being killed in Arab countries. Wherever you have dictatorships or places that worship other gods, these authorities see the worship of Me as a threat to their ruling power, and they kill Christians. As the end times approach, the Antichrist will also demand worship of himself as a god. All those people, who worship only Me, could also be martyred for their faith. This is why My disciples will have to seek out My refuges for safety from the evil ones and the Antichrist. The one world people already have lists of Christians and patriots that they want to exterminate, as they see that you are also a threat to their new world order. Some of My faithful will be martyred, but the rest of them will be protected at My refuges. Trust in My power for the Antichrist and his workers will soon be defeated and cast into hell. My faithful will then have their reward in My Era of Peace and later in heaven.”

Jesus said: “My people, this vision of a mosque burned to the ground was a real event that just happened in Joplin, Missouri. In addition to this a fire in a major refinery in Richmond, California is causing fuel shortages at the third largest refinery in your country. You are seeing an unusual amount of events that are beginning to look like fear tactics that could even be orchestrated by the one world people to control your guns. They have a pattern of create the problem, and then they create the solution. If your plan is to create a situation for martial law, these events would explain why they are happening in quick succession. If you see more of these events, then they will be confirming any possible suspicions of planned false flag events. This is the second attack on a religious church which is another example of the battle between good and evil. Fortunately, in this latest burning, there were no lives lost. Keep praying that no more lives will be lost to any more gunmen.”