Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Wednesday, March 5, 2014: (Ash Wednesday of Lent)
Jesus said: “My people, you are at the beginning of Lent, as you take your ashes on your forehead at Mass. This is always a stark reminder that you were made out of dust, and unto dust you shall return. You need to remember your mortality because you could die any day, and you want to be ready with a pure soul to meet Me at your judgment. This is why I encourage you to come to Confession at least once a month so you can try to have a pure soul. During Lent many of you observe My Church’s fasting between meals and no meat today and on Lenten Fridays. Lent is a time to do penances and give alms to the poor. You are making an effort to give up sweets and not watching TV. This not watching TV is a little practice after the Warning, when I asked you to get rid of your TVs, computers, and any internet devices. This is so you do not look at the Antichrist’s eyes which he could control you with to worship him. Lent is meant to help improve your spirituality, and bring you closer to Me. You are doing these penances in an attempt to make up for some of the reparation needed in atonement for your sins. You can offer up your suffering for your sins, and the sins of others. Try to pray and fast more than you usually do, and I will hear all of your prayers for your intentions.”

Jesus said: “My people, your economy relies heavily upon moving merchandise to your stores. When much of your goods are made in foreign countries, like China, then the containers are used to ship things around your country. One of the cheaper ways to move heavy things like cars, containers, coal, and steel, is by railroad trains. It would cost a lot more to move things by truck. Trucks are used once the trains come close to their destination. The trains are only as safe as the tracks are well maintained. Be thankful that you have a means to move heavy things. Moving tank cars of explosive chemicals as gasoline, oil, and solvents, has created an added hazard. You have seen some explosions in your news recently with such tank cars. At times your train drivers were either sleeping, traveling too fast, or using drugs. This is what created some severe accidents. Every mode of transportation has its risks, so some regulations and precautions are needed for your trains to be safe. I am making you aware of one of your economy’s necessities for your businesses to function.”