Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Wednesday, June 29, 2011: (St. Peter & St. Paul)
Jesus said: “My people, St. Peter was the first Pope who said to Me: ‘Thou are the Christ, the Son of the living God.’ I gave him the keys to the Kingdom of God as I would build My Church on him. The gates of hell will not prevail over My Church which I have protected over these many years. St. Paul was My missionary to the Gentiles, and many were converted to the faith because of him. You also were given his many epistles which have helped the faithful in directing their lives to Me. These two pillars and most of My apostles were martyred for their faith. The blood of the martyrs have become the seeds of many converts. Many Christians were killed by the Romans in an attempt to purge Christianity, but this did not stop the faith from spreading. You will see another physical persecution coming again, but I will be protecting My faithful at My refuges with My angels. Even St. Peter was released from prison by an angel.”

Jesus said: “My people, if I asked My faithful who I am, you have been given the grace to say that I am the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity. Most important is that I am truly Present in the consecrated Hosts in every tabernacle. The red sanctuary lamp, that is kept burning, is a sign to you of My Real Presence. It is My very Presence in the tabernacle that makes all of My churches holier than any other religion. This is why when you come into My churches, you need to genuflect out of reverence for My Presence. Those, who receive Me worthily in Holy Communion, receive My graces to heal the wounds of their sins. Those, who visit Me in Adoration of My Blessed Sacrament, also receive extra graces for showing your love for your Lord and Master. My tabernacle is your oasis of graces for your soul. So when you come into My church, you can feel at home in the comfort of My Presence.”

Jesus said: “My people, in areas that are too dry or areas with extreme hot or cold, you could grow your crops in biospheres or greenhouses. In such controlled environments you do not need as much fresh water to grow crops. You can control the humidity and temperature so the crops do not dry out or suffer from too much rainfall. This may be more expensive to operate, but you could take more of the risk out of losing any crops. On average a farmer expects some bad growing years, but the better harvest years make up for some of the losses. If you can cut your losses, you could have money to pay for this extra equipment. Once you have invested money into such an operation, then you only need to maintain it with a little running expense. Controlling a proper environment for your crops will give you options on which crops you could get the most yield from. By having greenhouse production on a large scale, you could produce more crops around the year to satisfy the increasing need for food.”