"Now let Me warn you of the signs to watch out for when My genuine visionaries are persecuted in My Name. Followers of the Deceiver, seeing their light, will target them not lightly but with a viciousness that will take your breath away. Not only will they torment them through ridicule but they will go to tremendous lengths to discredit them. And all in My Name."
Jesus is the Word. And when it comes to words, He, and He alone, is the Master.
In His Words of Warning to us, He speaks of how we will all have to take sides soon in the battle for His Church.
In this battle, the Church, according to His Warning, will now have to choose between His Truth and the false prophet. A false prophet, as He indicates, from within the Church itself:
"It is important that My followers keep alert to any new Pope that may come forward for he will not be from God. Please urge all My sacred servants to prepare for the terrible challenges, the most daunting they will ever have to face in their ministry."
"Satan will not win over My Church if My servants are alert to the deceit and see it for what it is. A diabolical lie from which, if you become involved and swear allegiance to this new abomination, there will be no return!"
Notice the use of the word "if."
If. If only ... .
Obviously, Jesus is telling us that His "servants" must first be "alert."
Here is a question we have been asking, that most Catholics do not like to contemplate.
Is your bishop "alert"?
Is your priest?
Let us go back to the Lord's Warning that those who, whether they know it or not, are "followers of the Deceiver," will target His "visionaries" with "viciousness." "Through ridicule." And go to "tremendous lengths to discredit them."
Most importantly, Christ warns: "And all in My Name."
Does any of this sound familiar to anyone in the Catholic world?
Does the way Bishop Zurek attacked Father Pavone have a similar sound to it?
Or in the way Sister Joseph Therese, the keeper of the flame for Our Lady of America, has been attacked, does it have any correlation to our King's Warning?
Oh, but one might say. They are not "visionaries."
Perhaps, unless one looks up the word and finds that when using it as a noun it has this meaning: "a person of unusually keen foresight."
For us, Father Pavone and Sister Joseph (and many others under attack by bishops) are persons with unusually keen foresight. As for those attacking them, especially under the guise of "obedience" and all in the Name of Jesus, well, it is interesting how much the attacks against these two very spiritual people have involved "tremendous lengths to discredit them."
Now we know that Jesus is speaking specifically about visionaries that have been given messages to impart to the world, like Maria Divine Mercy or the Fatima children, etc.
But what we are trying to show to our brothers and sisters is that this Warning also applies to the treatment we are currently seeing against other visionaries who have other messages to give to the world.
Surely, we know as the bishops allowed the enthronement of Our Lady of Lebanon in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, they continue to prove they do not want to hear the message of the visionary Sister Millie as they hold Sister Joseph and Our Lady of America not only at arm's length but with "tremendous lengths to discredit them."
Yes, cardinals and bishops, how nice and what a wonderful new shrine in Wisconsin.
And our great Queen promised how many graces to America for enthroning Our Lady of Lebanon and promoting a new shrine approved by a bishop who has attacked Sister Joseph?
Oh, the answer is zero?
We thought so. And the promise for enthroning Our Lady of America? That She would give the United States the grace to lead the world to peace?
Oh, that's no big deal. Let's just keep fightin' islamic madmen without Her.
We'll get along just fine.
And that Sister Joseph and Father Pavone.
How disobedient they are and what scandal they cause. We bishops have never been disobedient to our Queen nor caused an iota of scandal. Yes, and we are taking care of that unruly Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity. Let us close the seminary and ship their traditional priests off to Detroit. That will teach 'em. Everyone's focused on Corapi. They'll never notice what we're doin' to the rest of 'em.
Yes, after reviewing all the facts, we are confident, quite really, that our bishops and priests are up to the challenge to "keep alert."
Or, in reality, is this the crescendo of the end of the "spirit of Vatican II," which brought so much liturgical abuse and damaged so many holy priests and nuns?
Let us, as believers, keep alert and let no one in sheep's clothing dissuade us from following the Truth at all times.
There is a reason we have been so bold to not only question what our hierarchy is doing, but to call them out for their unholy behavior.
It is because there is coming a showdown.
A showdown between Christ and the evil one.
Yes, we know Christ wins and will restore the Church to its glory. And yes, of course we pray for the bishops, priests, nuns, and laity.
But read very carefully what He, not us, is Warning all believers about.
The false prophet is about to rear his ugly head. And he won't come from outside the Church, but from within.
Many, the Lord warns, will fall into the deceiver's trap and "convince you that he represents the truth."
There is inherent a great danger for those, including His "sacred servants," who fall for his "diabolical lie from which, if you become involved and swear allegiance to this new abomination, there will be no return!"
Therefore, we write this not to condemn, for surely we can judge no one. But to alert.
We have already had so many of our so-called leaders show they are asleep at the wheel when it comes to making moral and spiritual judgments pleasing to the Lord.
If this were not a fact, there would be no scandal, no financial crisis, no closing of Churches, and the loss of moral authority, etc.
But it is a fact.
Let us not lose sight, then, that we must, as Jesus Himself warns, spiritually discern who is following Christ and who is following the deceiver.
Blind obedience will not do in this and can easily be used against those who think it must be okay as long as it is done in Jesus' Name.
Indeed, the Lord does not say to follow in obedience; but rather to "Follow the truth at all times."
We will follow the Truth.
For the Truth is Him and not necessarily someone who holds an office we respect but who has abused their spiritual and temporal powers.
Yes, even working against the Truth while using the guise of obedience in forcing believers to follow their path of destruction.
For as Jesus warns: "It will take great courage to stand up to the truth of My teachings."
In this we pray for the grace to stand with You, our King ... and to kneel before You, O Lord.
Yes, even in public at Mass during the Consecration, and yes, even before the bishop who tells us otherwise. For You alone are King.
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