Friday, 10 February 2012

Monday, January 30, 2012

 

Monday, January 30, 2012: (Jenny DelVecchio Funeral Mass)
Jesus said: “My people, it is difficult for Jenny’s family to endure her passing, but she is in a peaceful place. You heard the priest say how I call My faithful home, and I also prepare a place for everyone. Even though you see Jenny leave you, you know that death is a part of life, and your stay here is short. The vision showed you a wilted flower to indicate her passing. You all begin at birth as a budding flower, and you blossom beautifully during your life. Jenny also was beautiful in her gift of life for everyone to see. All of you are called to die one day, either younger or older. As you get up each day, make the most of your life’s opportunity in your prayers to Me, and all that you can do in loving and helping your family, friends, and neighbors. You do not know if you will live to tomorrow, so be grateful for every moment of life that you are given. Some take life for granted until they are faced with a serious health problem, or they see others dying around them. Do not be anxious for your life, but live life to the fullest in My love. Pray for Jenny, and have some Masses said for her. She will be praying for all of you.”

Jesus said: “My people, My people, a coming battle could erupt with Iran at any time. This vision of a tank battle could be with the remnant weapons still left in Iraq. A major war could involve a sea, land, and air battle that could possibly draw other nations as Russia and China to aid Iran. A war between your major powers could be the excuse that the one world people will use to initiate their new world order. America’s manufacturing base is weak, and it would be difficult to provide a lot of weapons and manpower with all of your Defense reductions. The drumbeat for a war will be coming from your media, and such a war could even postpone your elections. Keep praying for peace so such a war with many nations does not begin.”

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