Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Wednesday, April 20, 2016:
Jesus said: “My people, My disciples were sent out to evangelize souls by the direction of the Holy Spirit. They had a strong feeling of the Gospel in their speech, and they performed miracles of healing for the people. The joy of My message of love and the miracles, helped to convert many souls for My early disciples. I sent them out two by two. Their efforts may have looked small to some people, but I performed impossible conversions by the power of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. My evangelists of today are facing great odds against them, but My angels go with them, and I am touching many hearts who are open to My Word. Trust in Me and have confidence in My call.”

Jesus said: “My people, many of the older faithful were taught religious education by the nuns. You followed a different catechism to learn the dogmas of the faith. You were taught your prayers, and you had classes for each sacrament. In today’s schools, Catholic Education is quite watered down, and it is hard to find good teachers of religion. Even older children could read the Catechism of the Catholic Church from Pope John Paul II. Many young children are not taught about the Bible, or how to have a good prayer life. There are more people not coming to Mass because people are not taught about the Mass, and My Real Presence in My Blessed Sacrament. If people truly loved Me and treasured My Real Presence, they would never leave the Church. There should be more adult education programs so people could learn about their faith. Even Bible Study programs can enhance people’s faith. It is one thing to evangelize souls, but it is important to teach the faith so the people know what their beliefs are. In order for My faithful to become good evangelists, they need to have a good knowledge of My teachings of love. You can call on the Holy Spirit to inspire you with a deep love for Me and your neighbors. Encourage your churches to have good adult faith classes, and you could expand your knowledge of the faith.”