Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Tuesday, December 9, 2014: (Juan Diego)
Jesus said: “My people, you have been given many gifts in your life, both physically and spiritually. Your best way to give Me thanks, is to share what you have in donations, and to share your faith with others. Both the gifts of money and evangelizing souls, will help build up My Church. Not all people, who receive gifts, give thanks to Me or others. Very few people want to share their faith in evangelizing souls. When people reflect on their financial gifts, they realize that it is only expected to share their wealth. But even then, people may only give a token amount. Your gift of faith is even more precious than money, because you are on the road to heaven. There are a lot of souls who are on the road to hell and they need saving. This is why sharing your faith is an even greater calling to save souls from hell. Because it is harder to see souls that are headed to hell, people do not always recognize this need to save them. It actually takes more effort to work on saving a soul than to give a donation of money. Satan does not give up souls easily, so it takes a lot of follow up to keep souls on the straight and narrow path to heaven. The least that you could do, is to pray for souls and sinners to be saved, and to offer up Masses to get souls out of purgatory for the deceased.”

Jesus said: “My people, I have told you that you would see snowstorms coming in waves, and it appears some areas are being struck with higher than normal snowfall levels. Snowstorms require the right mix of moisture, cold temperatures, and wind levels. Each snowstorm has been unique from lake effect to storms from the ocean. Each storm has also caused some power outages, so your people need to have food and fuel, as I have been warning you all winter. Most people do not realize how heavy storms can keep you from getting to the stores or the banks. Those people, who have experienced power outages, are well aware of their needs, and why it is prudent to be well supplied with food, fuel, and a means for light. The more you are supplied, the more you will be prepared for how winter could test you. Be careful not to over exert yourself in removing the snow, as you saw some people die from heart attacks. In heavy snowstorms, you may have to clear your roofs, and be watchful of older people who could die of exposure or a lack of food.”