Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tuesday, November 16, 2010: (St. Margaret of Scotland)
Jesus said: “My people, America’s Achilles heel is your dependence on your electricity. Your electricity producing plants also require natural gas or coal to keep them running. These plants or any place along the transmission lines are vulnerable to accidents, bad weather, aging, and terrorism. You have seen ice storms, a car crashing into a pole, and even animals eating the line insulation where your electricity was stopped. This can also be shut down by those who control your electric grid, and by any unusual surges in the grid. You are most vulnerable in the winter, since your heaters would stop, and you would need an alternate source of heat. You also would need oil lamps for light, gas for cooking, and possibly bailing water from your sump pump. Refrigerators would not work, and you would need backup food supplies. Your gasoline pumps would also be shut down, limiting your means of travel. All of these resulting shutdowns show you the areas where you need some backups when you lose your electricity. Be prepared for this incident and possibly living without electricity at your rustic refuges. Once you come to My refuges, you will be living a much simpler life under My protection. Controlling your electricity will be one of the one world people’s means of trying to force you to accept their new world order. Refuse their threats and chips in the body, and trust in My protection from the evil ones at My refuges.”

Jesus said: “My people, I am showing you this vision of a Latin Mass because soon there will be a more traditional translation of the original Latin Mass. At this time it is hard for you to know what form this will take until you can view a copy. Some are saying that they do not want to change, while others want to see it before making any judgment. It is not known whether the Gospel and Epistle readings will be changed or not. You may want to do some research into finding a copy. If it is available, you can see what will be recommended at all of the churches. The last change dealt with inclusive language, so it will be a change that may take some getting used to. Pray that there will be unity over this change and not any division.”