Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Tuesday, May 18, 2010:
Jesus said: “My people, these young souls are beautiful and blessed to receive Me for the first time. They have been prepared physically and spiritually in Confession. I want to remind you of the blessing that each First Communicant has in answering their prayer at that time. You heard of one child’s prayer to save his father from dying in World War II. By a miracle at that time, there was a peace accord to end the war and his father was protected. Tell your children of this blessing and their intention in prayer could be answered. These children are the parents’ responsibility for each of their souls. Bring them up in the proper faith with daily prayer and Sunday Mass, along with frequent Confession. Keep praying for your children’s souls every day to protect them from all evil. You all need to keep My peace in your souls and a childlike faith in Me with a humble and contrite heart. This childlike spiritual life is what will lead you into heaven. Give praise and thanks to Me for all the graces that I bestow on you with My sacraments.”

Jesus said: “My people, I have given you many messages of how you will need to come to My refuges for protection from being killed by the evil ones. I have also told you how you will have daily Communion from My angels and deer will drop dead in the camp at night for meat. If you have a farm, you could have other sources of meat and eggs. In addition to animals you may want to farm vegetables and various fruits. In the vision you could grow grape vines, raspberries, strawberries, and even have fruit trees of apples and cherries. I know you would be healed of all diseases at My refuges, but by adding fruits and vegetables, you could have a well rounded diet. Be thankful for all that I will provide, and I will multiply these crops for everyone to share at My refuges. Some storage of your crops may have to be put away underground in root cellars at harvest time. Also use some non-hybrid seeds so you can save seeds from your harvest for the following year’s crops.”