Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010: (St. Maria Goretti)
Jesus said: “My people, you have read or heard of all the sexual abuse of both girls and boys. For those children, who survive such ordeals, many are scarred for life in their social lives with people. Those, who kill young children, are even more brutal and will face My judgment. Even those, who abort and kill their children, also are having to face Me for their crimes. It is a ruthless and hardened heart that takes the life of one of My little ones. Their angels witness to Me at each killing. Pray for the souls of all those people who have killed My little ones because if they do not repent, then they are facing the fires of hell. Pray also for all molesters of children and for the children who were molested. Your society is so taken up with sexual sins that this is the largest cause of souls going to hell. Avoid fornication, adultery, and birth control as these are mortal sins requiring Confession before receiving Me in Holy Communion. Seek to be chaste and pure of heart and soul.”

Jesus said: “My people, man has been disposing garbage and refuse into the ocean for many years. Industrial wastes also have been polluting the oceans along with your commercial and cruise ships. But the pollution of millions of gallons of crude oil in the ocean could cause the creation of dead zones in the water where the oil and methane gas are using up the available oxygen in the water when microbes consume these pollutants. Crude oil, the volatile organic compounds, and the dispersant are all toxic compounds themselves, and marine life could not survive in such waters. When any hurricanes come into this area, they could carry these toxic compounds inland when they get caught up in the wind and rain of such storms. This could even become more dangerous for humans to breathe these fumes that continue to get spewed into the Gulf of Mexico. If such toxic clouds make it unbearable to breathe on land, then you could see the need for evacuations along the beach area. Pray for some resolutions to these problems, but this environmental disaster is not going away for quite awhile.”