Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Wednesday, June 24, 2015: (Nativity of St. John the Baptist)
Jesus said: “My people, you remember when St. John the Baptist stirred in the womb of St. Elizabeth when My Blessed Mother brought Me in her womb to visit St. Elizabeth. The account of St. Zachariah being visited by St. Gabriel, was the announcing that St. John would be born to an older barren women, and this was a miracle in itself. St. Zachariah was made mute for his unbelief, but he spoke again at the naming of St. John. These words are said every day in the Liturgy of the Hours morning prayer. St. John the Baptist was the one crying in the desert to announce My coming, and a request of the people to repent of their sins and be baptized. When he baptized Me in the Jordan River, there was a manifestation of the Blessed Trinity with My Father’s voice and the appearance of a dove in the Holy Spirit. St. John the Baptist was finally beheaded for speaking out about Herod marrying his brother’s wife. St. John told My disciples that I was the ‘Lamb of God’ and to follow Me. He also said that he must decrease while I must increase. This means that all of you should let Me be the Master of your lives. Rejoice in this feast of My herald in the desert.”

Jesus said: “My people, you look to the skies for any signs of things to come. You have seen the three blood moons and the fourth one will be occurring in late September on the feast of Booths. You also saw an eclipse of the sun. Now, you have just witnessed three large ejections from the sun that could have a small effect on your communications. You are seeing other signs in frequent tornadoes and high wind storms. You have also seen some signs in your financial world with many threats to your economy from oil prices and a Greek bailout. There are reports from several sources that you could see a rocky road for your financial institutions this fall. It is not important to know exact dates, but several people have had messages about these events in the fall. Trust in My protection as you move forward with the rest of your chapel plans.”