Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wednesday, August 14, 2013: (St. Maximilian Kolbe)
Jesus said: “My people, you remember your history books in how brutal Hitler was in killing the Jews and the clergy in his gas chambers. You have seen movies of this holocaust, and you have personally visited one of these former death camps in Germany. St. Maximilian Kolbe was martyred in one of these camps, as he died in place of another condemned prisoner. Today, you have another holocaust occurring for the unborn in abortion where over a million lives are lost in America every year. Your country will pay dearly for all of this blood on the hands of your mothers and your doctors. You are approaching another genocide over the people who will refuse to take chips in the body, and over those who do not want to go along with worshiping the Antichrist in the tribulation. Already, the evil one world people are building gas chambers and crematoriums at hundreds of death camps all across your country in every state. This is why I am inspiring people to build refuges so My faithful will have places of protection to hide from the evil ones, who will be worse than Hitler. The evil of Hitler’s gas chambers will be repeated again by a corrupt government that will support the Antichrist. Be prepared to leave your homes for My refuges when I warn you, or you will die in these camps if you do not leave.”

Jesus said: “My people, in some older churches there were trained artisans that created beautiful statues and woodwork that would cost a huge sum of money today. Some older churches were also decorated with gold trim, and expensive stained glass windows. Some of the local parishioners would help paint and build the church itself without charge, because they did it for the love of God. A good share of churches today, are being built for the glory of the architect, and not for My glory. When you build something for Me, it is done out of respect for Me, and reverence to house My Real Presence in the tabernacle. Many of these beautiful old churches are decaying without proper repair, and they are becoming museums which people do not attend for Mass. See your parish church as a place for My people to share My Sunday Eucharist in the Sacrifice of the Mass. Protect your church, and keep it in good repair for as long as you can.”