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(Message # 502)
3/13/1995
You Think You Are Looking for Me

In His March 13, 1995 message at the apparition site, Jesus said, "My Kingdom is not of this world. You look for the gods of this world and you think you are looking for Me."

The reflection which follows is from the Chapter titled "Life's Daily Warfare" on pages 352 and 353 of "My Daily Bread" [see Bibliography]:

Christ: (3) The world fights Me by its false standards of self-respect, ambition, and success. These are merely different names for self-seeking without regard for others, not even Me. True self-respect, and the right ambition are those which direct your eyes to your highest perfection and eternal happiness, above all that is temporary and incomplete.

(4) The flesh fights Me with its animal desires, its likes and dislikes, which make it harder for you to think clearly and to strive for what is right. Your blind self-seeking and your stubborn pride offer you many false reasons for doing what is really bad for you. With these influences continually at work, you are open to continual self-deception.

Think: ... In His Commandments, His Words and His Sacraments, Jesus offers me the knowledge and strength to be loyal followers of His.


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November 19, 2005
Slaughter Of The Holy Innocents


Earlier in the day Nancy's friend was looking through a children's book by Madeleine L'Engle called "The Glorious Impossible" illustrated with frescoes from the Scrovegni Chapel by Giotto.  The illustrations in this book are awesome and the friend was just flipping through the book, not reading, but just admiring the illustrations. 


When the friend came to the illustration entitled, "The Massacre of the Innocents" The friend stopped and was struck by depiction of Herod's soldiers with swords in hand tearing the infants from their mother's arms and throwing the dead babies into a pile in the foreground of the painting. Looking at the pile of dead babies made the friend think of the aborted babies in our time.

When the friend was talking to Nancy the friend told her about the book and asked her if it is possible that there is some connection with the slaughter of the infants when Christ first came to the earth and the sin of abortion today.  Could the slaughter of the innocents today be a sign of the second coming of Christ?  As they were talking about this, Nancy said she was seeing lights and images and she thought it must be important. 
     


Find below a few messages regarding abortion.

July 13, 1995

In a thunderous voice Jesus said, "Abortion is murder." Jesus repeated these words several times and then said, "As you murder the life of the most innocent, you are murdering the life of your very soul.

"Remember, thou shall not kill.

"You reap what you sow."


March 13, 1992

Our Loving Mother said, ... My children are murdered all over the world. Tell the people of the United States, tell the people of the world, abortion is murder.

 

 

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