Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Tuesday, May 10, 2011:
Jesus said: “My people, in today’s Gospel you have a parallel of the manna of the Exodus in the Old Testament with Moses, and the Bread of the Eucharist that I feed you in the New Testament. In the Exodus this manna was meant for physical survival, but in My Blessed Sacrament, you have the spiritual Bread for your soul. There is also a further parallel in the coming tribulation time when you will be experiencing a modern day Exodus as you seek My refuges of protection. At My refuges My angels will feed you My daily Communion so you will be fed both physically and spiritually. Even some of My saints have survived on receiving only My Holy Communion. Rejoice when you receive Me as the Bread of life, for whoever eats My Body and drinks My Blood, will have eternal life.”

Jesus said: “My people, during the course of your life I will give you many opportunities to help people in need. You may be asked to help feed those who are hungry, or help others find a place to stay for shelter. Sometimes you may be called on to visit the sick, the elderly, or those in prison. Other times you may be asked to help those who are shunned by society. You always have a choice to do something, or reject My call, but those who go out of their comfort zone to help others, will be storing up graces in heaven. There are sins of omission where you could have helped someone and you refused. Be observant when you have these opportunities, and take advantage of a chance to help someone. You may need someone’s help later on, and you will appreciate a helping hand. Do not refuse someone some help just because society does not want to help them. Be open to share your time, and physical, or financial help as well.”