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These Last Days News - April 7, 2012
The Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ as Related by Veronica Lueken...
The Passion as seen in vision during the praying of the Sorrowful Mysteries. Present during this phenomena were Camille Debrowski, Ben and Mary Solomone, and Evelyn Murphy. VERONICA RECEIVED THE STIGMATA OF THE HANDS AND FEET AT THIS TIME (March 8, 1971). A cross appeared on her right foot in the instep area, directly in line with the big toe and second toe, near the center of the instep; but over more to her left side of the instep, centered between the ankle area and toes. The nail bruise appeared on the instep of the left foot, more centered between the second and third toe from the large toe - center of instep. The right foot was crossed over the left in a leftward direction. The cross-fitted perfectly in line with the nail mark on the left foot. - (February 28, 1971)
The Passion of Jesus...
Jesus started by requesting that on three initial beads of the Rosary we say the Acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity. Then we entered into the Sorrowful Mysteries. During the first decade I saw Jesus on His knees, bent over in anguish, praying. He was wearing a long burgundy colored cape over an inner garment of beige colored material, long and flowing. There was a great sadness in His face - great sorrow. He was talking to His Father in Heaven:
"FATHER, I WILL DRINK OF THIS CUP, DOWN TO THE LAST DREGS, IF IT BE YOUR WILL. IT IS NOT I THAT SHOULD SEEK THAT THIS CUP BE REMOVED FROM ME. MY STRENGTH IS EVERLASTING IN THE LIGHT AND MY HEART A BLEEDING VESSEL FOR THIS CUP."
The second mystery - Veronica cried out: "No, no, stop that!" For there was her beloved Jesus being pulled to and fro as His tormentors pulled his upper garment from his back. They tied His wrists together and drove a spike into an upright beam. Jesus' hands were bound by strips of brown leather - like cord. Then the central part of the cord that bound His hands was looped over the spike in the beam. Poor Jesus was pinned by His hands (looped over the beam).
There were five people in this cave - like room that appeared to be dug out of a hillside - a sort of hole - room in the hillside.
Veronica screamed and winced as two soldiers took turns hitting Jesus' bare back with a long brown leather - like strap. On this strap were metal hooks laid horizontally all along the strap. These nail-like, claw - like fixtures on the strap cut and scratched deeply into Jesus' flesh, causing blood to pour out. It was a despicable game with the soldiers. They laughed and joked; Jesus said never a word.
Veronica - "Say something! Say something!"
He could save Himself, but Jesus remained silent as they spat and insulted Him. His back became a mass of welts and torn flesh. Jesus was barefoot; His sandals had fallen off as they banged a stake higher into the pole and raised poor Jesus up so His toes barely touched the floor. The floor was just dirt and blood. The soldier remarked: "Maybe they cut out His tongue.
Ha, ha!" Our poor Jesus remained silent.
Off to the side I saw a room; there was a large kettle - like pot, real old - looking; of rough metal, a deep reddish brown in color - very large. Underneath was a fire burning; there was a heavy liquid bubbling. Off to the side was another longer metal receptacle filled with water. There were two soldiers dressed in short dresses - short, knee - length skirts - with pointed metal pieces hanging down in a pattern of triangles all around the waist, front and back.
They had a metal vest - like covering on their chests and silver - colored, metal headpieces that were shaped like a cap but swooped up to a flowing design on the top. Three other men were almost naked; dressed in diaper - like clothing. They were holding a long piece of metal; they placed the end in the large kettle; it had a red, hot glow. Then the third man had a large mallet - like hammer and he beat on the hot metal. He was pounding it round and round until it looked like a spike. He would then douse it in that metal water trough.
Two soldiers were talking over at the side; later they took the five spikes (there were five large spikes made). Veronica then saw Jesus; He had been cut from the post and had fallen over. A soldier roughly pulled Him over to a wicker - like stool and plunked Jesus onto it. Poor Jesus hung forward, and a nasty soldier put a long stick in His hands to balance Him up, and yelled: "Ha, Ha! So this is the `King of the Jews'. Let's dress Him as fitting!"
The soldier went outside to return with an armful of briars...bush. He used the metal tongs to make it easier to handle. He made a sort of cap and stuffed a circlet of briars into it; in that way he could handle it better and shove it on poor Jesus' head. The thorns were too hard to weave, stay together, so the cap was thought of. It was so big and he kept batting it down with a stick! The sadist gloated as he swung. Jesus, dearest Savior, said never a word. The pain was excruciating. Tears coursed down the cheeks of our poor Jesus, but they were of sorrow. The greatest pain was in His heart!
Jesus' hands were tied again with the brown leather - like material, and He was dragged to His feet; the soldier draped His top gown over His torn back. Oh, I could see it stick to His oozing blood. Oh, it was horrible! Then a soldier pushed Jesus out of the hole - like entrance, and down a road. There were many people; all in a spirit of carnival. Two soldiers pushed Jesus over to the side of the big cross beam, which was carried through the crowd. It looked like a heavy log, real rough, and a brownish wood. Two soldiers stood it up and another put Jesus over to it. Two soldiers started to tie His hands onto it. It was supported across His back and on the shoulders. It looked awfully heavy and awkward. The brown leather rope was taut across His elbow area. He seemed to be balancing and supporting the beam as He struggled on.
There were three ladies and a man walking off to one side with Him. The ladies were weeping silently. The man had his arm about a lady. The man was very tall. He had a long, brown gown on and he had a brown beard and dark brown hair. The ladies wore beige - colored gowns, but one lady had a purple coat - like garment over hers.
Jesus tripped and fell. He was so weak now; the beam had thrown Him off balance as He staggered. Poor Jesus fell. One nasty, old man ran out of the crowd to spit and kick Him - the nasty old beast! I tried to tear off my tunic to wipe the blood out of His eyes. It was awful! He looked up at me - the soldiers wouldn't let me through - I pulled at my hair in frustration and anguish. Jesus looked at me and I saw the Love of an Eternal, glorious Promise. I cried: "What could I do?" I screamed: "Help Him! Help Him! Please!" I, Veronica, was helpless to lift the Cross. I could only hope to wipe His dear face. Soon a soldier grabbed a man out of the crowd; this man had a long gown on with stripes down the front, and he had a turban wrapped around his head with stripes in the front. He sure didn't want to carry the beam, but they knew Jesus couldn't make it to the outskirts of town, so this man shouldered the beam while the insane crowd taunted. Jesus was pushed and pulled along; dirt and blood were all over Him. He was a picture of bloody grime...
I was retching - I was sick - Oh, such a horror! Such torture! How could they do this to Him? What did He do but love everyone! Beasts! Beasts! Soon the soldier ran up with the five spikes. When they reached the hill, there was a long piece of wood already on the ground. A soldier lifted the beam from the shoulders of this other man and threw it to the ground. Two other soldiers placed it on top of the long piece of wood to form a cross, long, all the way down and sort of sticking out at the top. They slammed one spike into the two beams and the cross was made.
Two lousy soldiers threw Jesus to the ground, and they pulled His arms out to stretch across the crossbeam. Oh, how it hurt - the back so torn. I could see the pain in Jesus' eyes, but He never uttered a word. He just looked sad. Then they took brown, leather - like cord and wrapped it around His wrists at the board bound to the board. Then they lifted and tied the wrists to the board; bound and wound the leather cord around the ankles and the wood to hold Him in place. Then the spikes were thrown onto the ground, and one soldier got down on his knees and he placed the spike in the center of the palm of poor Jesus' hand; with that metal mallet he drove it in through the skin and out onto the board. I screamed! I threw up! This was repeated on the right hand. Then Jesus looked up to the sky. They started on the legs; one large spike into both feet. His right foot over the left, at a twisted sort of angle, placed to lie flat against each other. I retched as I heard the metal against flesh and bone and wood. One spike protruded out the other side. They hammered a block of wood under His poor feet, Ďto line 'em upí, they said. It was awful!
I looked off into the crowd; oh, there were only nine people there to stay with Jesus. I now knew His Mother, Mary Clephalus (the wife of Clopas), Mary Magdalen, and John. Oh, poor Jesus, never a word did He say as they nailed Him to the wood. Oh, such love! Soon, two soldiers lifted the head of the wood and three the bottom, carrying Jesus on the cross, and dropped the end into a hole; it went in with a thump! Jesus winced, and it tore His hands more. Blood was trickling down His face. He couldn't move His head. The pain was awful; each movement cut deep. It was awful! He sagged a bit, but pulled upward. The sagging tore more. Mary and Mary ran up to Him; they did not speak at first; they could talk with their eyes to each other. They didn't need words. John came over, for Jesus' bottom tunic fell down. Oh, dear, He was almost naked. I turned away, but John ran over and tied sort of knots in it like a diaper. Oh, the humiliation to poor Jesus! Then Jesus said to John: "BEHOLD JOHN, YOUR MOTHER, AND THIS, MOTHER, IS YOUR SON. I MUST GO TO THE FATHER SOON."
The crowd started to move off. Jesus said: "ABBA, ABBA SABBA LA BEC TORI" - that is what it sounded like - a foreign sound. SABBA SABBA SABBA LA BEC TORI; I can't spell it well, just by sound. Then He looked up, "I THIRST!" This I heard in English. Water, yellowish water. Jesus' head hung down to His right. It became so dark, so dark. Everyone went away but the nine; they all came close and Mary clung to His feet, wordless in sorrow.
Veronica finished the recitation of what she experienced to find her feet swollen and her arms sore; the feet marked and the hands stinging. Her wordless reaction was a mixture of wonder, joy and love; joy that now she could join Jesus in His suffering and hold His hand on the Road to the Kingdom.
Events Following Jesus' Death...
Holy Saturday The Easter Vigil
Veronica - It is cold and it is very damp. I see a hillside. There's a large hole..cave...in the side of the hill. Inside the cave there's a rock. The rock is very polished. It's like a slab. And lying on the rock is a figure. There's like sheeting wrapped about the figure, completely about, looking like, almost like a mummy.
Now I see that the hands are crossed across His chest, and they're bound tightly with the sheeting, but there's blood; there's blood seeping out on the sheeting. Ohhh!
(Veronica has difficulty in breathing and pain in describing the sorrowful scene).
Also His face is covered, and there's blood coming out of the top of His head on the sheeting. Ohhh! Now all about Him is a light; it's a very bright, white light.
Now next to Him is a large figure. The figure is very, very white and luminous...very bright. I can see it is an angel. And over to the left side it's very dark, but the light that's coming out from the figure of the angel lights up the whole inside.
It's a small area. It looks almost like a vault, because there are rocks placed up against the side of the walls. Oh.
Now over..I can't get out! There's a large rock. Now the opening...I'm inside and the rock's been placed up against the opening. Ohhh, ohhh, I hear voices outside the rock, sad voices.
Now I'm outside the rock, and I see Our Lady. She's bent forward, but She's being helped to Her feet by a man...he has on a brown robe..and there are two ladies. They're wiping their faces with their scarves from their heads. Now they've lifted Our Lady onto Her feet, and there She's walking quietly from the front of the entrance.
Now there's a lady, she's turning back and she's walking over to the entrance and she's throwing herself against the large rock. She's trying to pull it open. Now the top of her cape has fallen onto the ground at her feet. Her hair is very long. And she's now digging with her nails, trying to remove the rock. She's turning now and she's crying. She's crying, the tears are pouring down her face. Now she's walking over to the side...it's a hill..and she's sitting down now on a rock.
It's growing very, very dark. All about, I see the entrance stationed with lighted figures of angels. One is in front of the rock. He carries a large spear. It's Michael.
(Thereís a pause)
Now, oh! I see coming from the sky figures. They're dressed in purple robes. They're filing in front of the cave, the tomb. (April 21, 1973)
The Prophet Isaias...
One of them is coming forward now from the group. He has in his hands a cloth; it's purple, almost black in color. And new he places it over his head. And he's holding up what looks like a golden candelabra; it has three candles on it. And now he's singing; it sounds like he's singing; but it sounds more like..his voice is like I never heard before.
(Veronica imitates the solemn lament with a strong voice.)
"Cover your heads in mourning.
Light your candles of prayer;
For the time has not come
For the light to enter into the world.
The Son of Man lied dead in the tomb,
A spotless Sacrifice for the sin of man."
Veronica - There is a man in a long, dark cape. He's placing what looks like a white scarf about his neck. Now he has on his head..it's a round hat, looks like a yarmulke, but it's red. And he's reading from a book and holding up his three fingers, the thumb and two fingers, like this. He looks like he's quite old. He says..he's writing over his head with his finger: I - S - I - A - S, I - S - I - A - S.
(Veronica repeats the letters.)
Isaias? Now he's looking down, and saying:
Isaias - "Never a bone in His body did they break."
Veronica - There is settling over the hillside..a very dark cloud.
I see a small...oh, it's a house, but it's made differently than our houses that we see. It looks more like, made of like clay, sort of, like mud. It's one large room, and over to the side of the room there are rocks piled. It must be where they cook.
Now I see a man. Ohhh! I know it's John. He's sitting at a table. The table doesn't look like what we have; it looks like the tree has been cut in half, the block and not the legs, for them. And it seems like there were notches cut in the block of wood, and a piece of wood hammered in to hold the leg onto the top of the table. I'm looking at it from the left side of the table onto the right.
Now Our Lady is sitting next to John by the table. And the other two ladies - one is older, and she's making something, some kind of broth, over by the rocks. And she's bringing it over now, and placing it in front of Our Lady. Our Lady is shaking her head, "no." She looks very sadly.
They're all alone. There's one, two, three, four..only four people in the room. Our Lady has Her hand now placed over Her heart, over Her heart. And Our Lady is saying to John:
Our Lady of Sorrows...
Our Lady - "I could no longer suffer the sword in My heart, had I not known the plan of the Father for Me and My Son in the salvation of mankind. The promise of His return, made known to Me by the Father, is My hope. The loss, the anguish, the suffering of His torture has not been lessened by this knowledge."
(There is a pause)
Veronica - I see a large open place. There are many people milling about, running about. It has grown very dark. Ah! Ah! The thunder...it's like thunder, it's loud. Everyone is frightened. They're falling and they're running away! They're running away! Oh.
There are three crosses on the hill. Ohhh, ohhh.
(Veronica weeps and moans while describing the scene.)
Oh, the man on the left, he's tied, but ohhh, ohhh, there's a man, a soldier, he's got a big thing, looks like an ax. It's got..it's like a piece of rock tied on to a stick and he's hitting him in the legs with it!! And the man is crying, "Have mercy on me!" And he, the soldier, he's hitting him in his legs, crushing his bones; the blood is pouring out. Now the man on the left, his head has fallen forward. Ohhh!
Jesus Pierced in His Side.
He's going over now...Ohhh, he's taking this wide stick, it has a point on the end.
(Veronica cries out in fearful anticipation.)
And now, he's...ohhh, ohhh, it's Jesus on the cross, and he pushed it into Him just above His stomach! Ohhh. Now he can't pull it out. He's being covered!..it's not blood, it's water. But he can't...he's running; he can't seem to wash it off his face. He's wiping his hands. It's over his hands; he can't get it off his hands.
Now the stick, the spear, is falling onto the ground. Oh. The man..there's another man..Oh.
He's over on the right side. Oh, he's gone, too. Oh. They've both left. The man over on the left, his legs are all crushed, the bone of his knee is now..you can see the bone of his knee coming out. Ohhh! He's suffering. Ah! He's on the right side of Jesus. He's looking over at Jesus. He says:
"I - I have Your promise and I will cleanse myself for You."
The Descent From the Cross...
Veronica - Now it's very dark. There's no one on the hill. But I see there's a man..two men. They're carrying a ladder. Ohhh! And now Our Lady is there. It's very windy; Her dress is blowing very, very hard in the wind. It's raining now, it's raining. And the man is telling the two ladies to keep Her to the side.
Now they're going up and they're..they're putting this ladder up against the cross. Ohhh , ohhh, they're cutting with a knife the ropes on His wrist. And the man down at the bottom of the ladder..now he's going over, he's cutting the ropes at his ankles. Ohhh! They...ohhh! They can't remove the cross out of the hole. They can't get it up..up! They had to take Him forward from the cross.
The ladder is being brought over to the side. Now when the ropes were cut, He fell forward, and His fingers, bloodied, tore away from the wood. They're lifting Him down now. The man's holding the ladder and Ah, Ah! They're trying to take his feet out of the spike! Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah. They're hitting it now; they got the wood..the wood; they're pushing it now out of the hole. They're holding Jesus and the cross fell down. And now they can hit from the under side. The spike's coming out. They're not tearing his feet..the hands had to be torn. Ah.
Oh, now the three ladies are rushing over. Now the man, he's now lifting Jesus up and Our Lady now is sitting on the ground. She has Jesus now, the blood is on Her gown, all on the front. She wants to remove the headpiece from His head, but She can't. It's in - n - n too deep! They have to..Ah, ohhh.
Jesus Laid in the Tomb...
Now there's a man..he's walking up to Him. It's John now speaking with Our Lady; and they want Her to leave. Ah..She doesn't want to leave. Her hands are very bloody. She now places Her hand over Jesus' face, like this.
Now there's an older man. He's talking..it's John, I know John! The other man, he's talking with him, telling him to take the women away.
Now another old man has come. And the lady with the long hair is now speaking with Our Lady. And then another lady now is holding Our Lady's arm, and they're taking Her from the hill.
They have a wooden board; and now they're lifting Jesus onto this board, and they've placed this white sheet. Now they're carrying Him over past the other poor man on the cross, and they're walking down the hill. There are two of them carrying Jesus. They're walking down the hill past two houses, and up the hill again.
And now there's the entrance to the cave. And they're going now into the cave. And now, one of the ladies, it's..I know it's the lady, Mary Cleophas. She has a basket, and it has leaves and things in a basket. And she gave the basket to the man, with the leaves in it, and these..they look like berries. Now she's turned away; she's covered her head and her face with her..the top of her gown. And wiping her face, she walks away.
And now it's getting very dark. I can't see into the cave. I can just see there Jesus' feet, and they`re taking these leaves, and they're placing the leaves on top of His legs. And now they're winding, like sheets around His legs. One is holding up His feet and winding the sheet, and laying another..it looks like leaves sort of...on; then another piece of the sheet gets wound around it. Now it's growing very dark, and I can't see any more.
(Veronica utters plaintive moans.)
Now it's growing very light, and Our Lady is coming forward. She's dressed all in black, with a white trim around Her head. Our Lady wishes that I repeat Her words:
Our Lady - "My child, you see how deep is My sorrow, and how greater My sorrow knowing that your world has forgotten so soon. Was My loss, my suffering, in vain? Was My Son's suffering for you in vain?
"I have traveled many times about your world. Few have listened preferring the ways of the world to the way of the Kingdom.
"Your world is progressing farther into the darkness. Unless there is a complete reversal in man's ways now, he cannot escape the Chastisement planned by the Father. The Father's mercy is great, but He looks down now upon an ungrateful generation. A generation that has forsaken His Son. The sacrifice of God for His children is repeated anew by the wanton actions of man now on earth. Man has chosen to give himself to satan.
"You will all go through a great crucible of suffering in the plan of the Father: the sheep shall be separated from the goats. I am truly the Mother of Sorrows.
"You must keep a constant vigilance of prayer upon earth now. Reparation, penance and atonement is all that will now lessen the Chastisement, which man will have brought upon himself and his world.
"The agents of hell roam throughout your world and have entered into the highest places of My Son's house. Recognize the faces of evil about you. Pray, pray for the light, and you will not be led into the darkness."
Veronica - Now I see five soldiers. They have on short dresses, but with metal sections coming down from the waist. And over their heads are metal hats, silver - colored metal hats that cut down to a V-shape on their foreheads. They're standing there by the rock with long spears in their hands.
Now they are going back; they're walking backwards in fright. They are frightened! They're walking backwards because there's a great light! It's seeping through the cracks. There's a great light. It's seeping through the cracks. And the light is pushing...pushing the rock forward. Now the rock is going over; the light is forcing the rock over to the side. The soldiers..two are running, running up the hill. One is covering his face with his arms; he can't look, the light is so bright.
Now coming through the light are two large figures. Beautiful! So large, beautiful! Ohhh! They're angels. I can't see their faces, but their..oh, they are so large! Now one is standing there. He's raising his hand. He says:
The Angel - "He is risen!"
Veronica - Now two soldiers..one now is getting up; he's running. And the other one is sitting there. He's fallen to the ground in shock. Ohhh! Inside the cave it's very bright..very bright!
I see now, the arm, ohhh, I see it..an arm. Ohhh! That slab..it has the cloth lying on the slab. And walking out through this tremendous light...it's Jesus! Oh! He's now coming out of the light, though; He's not glowing like inside the light by the cave.
Now He's coming out, and He's got slippers on His feet. And He now has a robe on Him; it's white. It's very soiled looking, but it's a white robe. And I notice these, bandages are hanging from the slab of rock onto the ground. The ground is dirt; it's just dirt on the ground inside the cave. I can see now, because the light now has left the cave. And Jesus now has started to walk. He's going up the hill; He's walking very slowly up the hill.
Mary Magdalene at the Tomb...
And now..oh, there's a lady; she's coming down to the side of the cave. And she's looking in, and now she says, "Ohhh!"
And she runs over now and she's picking up the pieces of the cloth. And she's looking around the cave, and she's running out now.
And she's running up the hill. And she's running over..oh.
"Where have they taken him? They have stolen Him from us."
And she...now she's reaching out and she's fallen down on her knees and saying, "Please, Where is He?"
Veronica - Now...
Jesus - "Don't...do not place your hands upon My garments. I have not ascended in the Father."
Veronica - Now the lady is looking up, and she's smiling. And now Jesus is placing His hand over her head, and He says:
Jesus - "Go, Mary, and tell all what you have seen."
Veronica - Now Jesus is walking; He's climbing up the hill. And Mary now is..she's fallen on her face, just like she's praying. No...now she's getting up, and she's running down the hill. And I can see her..she's running down the hill now, and she's running towards these buildings. There are one, two...five buildings. They don't look like regular buildings; they look like houses made from clay, or like a hard, sort of like, clay. And she's now running into one.
Now it's getting very dark; I can't see anything. I can't..it's getting very dark. Ah, oh...oh....oh.
Oh, yes, I can see now Our Lady's full face. She said I can now remove my dark scarf and put on the colors of the resurrection, because it is almost the hour of twelve.
Jesus is coming forward. Oh! It's so brilliant. So beautiful! Ohhh! He's all bathed in white. Oh, He has on a white robe, and even His slippers are white. And, oh! The light is so bright, it bathes the whole area. And I can barely see the flagpole now, the light is so bright.
Now Jesus is smiling, and He's raising both His hands out. Oh, I can see the marks on His hands. Now He is placing His hands across His chest, like this, and He's raising His hand. Oh, now Jesus is coming over to the right side of the flagpole.
Jesus - "All objects of godly nature will be blessed for the propagation of My Mother's work and mission on earth. I now bless you and dispense among you the graces for conversion and cure."
Veronica - Now Jesus is raising His hand, with His fingers like this, and He's making the sign of the Trinity:
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Now Jesus is coming over. Oh, He's just about..oh, He's coming down now. Ohhh! Oh. Now...to raise all your crucifixes, Jesus said, your Rosaries, your cards, your medallions. Now Jesus is raising His hand high above His head:
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Now Our Lady...Our Lady now..oh, She's no longer in Her black dress. She has a beautiful white gown on, and it's all trimmed in gold. Now, the gold goes all about Our Lady's garment from the hem; it completely surrounds Her head. And She has now a garland of roses about Her head..oh, right over the gown. And Our Lady is smiling now, and She's following Jesus.
Now Jesus is coming over to the left side of the flagpole. Now He's raising His hand in front of Him now, this way,..and..oh, He's blessing with His three fingers:
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
And He's looking over now, Jesus, to the tree, and down now, and He's raising His hand above His head:
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Now over to..oh, right beyond the flagpole, they're coming down. Oh, oh, they look like children. They're very small. Now they're dressed in all colors of the rainbow. Beautiful! They're little angels, but they look like children. And they're wearing garlands of roses about their hair.
And now they are holding in front of them..oh, it's a rope - like, oh, but it's a Rosary. It's Our Lady's Rosary made of flowers, garlands of roses. And the Rosary..oh! the cross is just like our cross. And now they're holding it way out. Now they're bringing it around behind Our Lady and Jesus.
And now Jesus is smiling. And it is a little windy because His robe is blowing..and Our Lady's gown too. Now Our Lady is showing me Her..oh, Her slippers. They're golden; they're golden slippers, and they have roses right at the instep. They're very pretty slippers.
Oh, oh! Now Jesus is coming over and, oh, I don't know if I should repeat it. Oh?..in my own words.
Jesus said that the work will continue for His Mother's mission on earth. The darkness is very deep. And We are preparing you for your destiny and the crucible of suffering which is unavoidable due to man's regression, and turning from the truth of life and light. Now, Jesus now is, oh, He's pointing to His chest, and He says:
Jesus - "You will all come to me in belief, and protect yourselves with the rays from My most merciful heart."
Veronica - Now it's very, very bright. Now Our Lady said that we can rise. It will no longer be necessary to kneel; we can rise. Oh.
Now Jesus, now He is..oh! the cross! I'll extend the cross. Oh! And Jesus is blessing the cross. Oh, and, of course, all sacramentals are blessed. Ah, yes,
In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Oh, now Jesus, now, is..now He's going back; He's floating backwards. And Our Lady is now coming forward now, and Michael is with Her. And oh! There are..oh, the sky is just filled with all those beautiful little angels in their different..colored gowns. Oh, it's just beautiful! It's like a May Day; it's like a beautiful festival! Oh, the colors are beautiful; pinks and blues and yellows. And the rose petals around their hair; some are yellow, and others are red and a very light, pale pink. Oh, all the glorious colors! It's just like..now as the light is shining, it's almost like the sunrise. Oh, the light is becoming very bright. Now...Jesus now is over to the left side of the flagpole. And Our Lady says,
Our Lady - "You have lighted your candles with Us. Now do take them through the darkness and recover your brothers."
Directives from Heaven... http://www.bayside.org/directives/directives.htm
D66 - The Passion of Christ (Part 1) PDF Order copies...
D67 - The Passion of Christ (Part 2) PDF Order copies...
The Shroud of Turin http://www.shroud.com/examine.htm
The Passion of Jesus http://www.tldm.org/news3/passion.htm
There are 4 things you must have to survive the days ahead:
1.) The Douay-Rheims Holy Bible...
"You must all obtain a copy of the Book of life and love, the Bible. Do not accept the new mods. Try to find in your bookstores the old Bibles, My children, for many are being changed to suit the carnal nature of man. I repeat, sin has become a way of life." - Our Lady, October 6, 1992
"I must ask you all to read but a few short chapters a day now, the Book of life and love, your Bible. Knowledge must be gained for all the disciples of My Son, for you will be attacked by scientific minds. But do not be concerned what you will say to them when accosted, for the words will be given to you by the Spirit." - Our Lady, April 10, 1976 (Order Form)
2.) The total Virgin Maryís Bayside Prophesies in 6 paperback books...
The Virgin Mary brings directions from God, the Father in Heaven on how to survive the end times. God, the Father, through the Virgin Mary, tells what is coming, how to prepare for it, how to survive it, and how to even stop it. These six volumes along with the Bible are most important to save yourself and your loved ones. Order it now. Tomorrow may be to late. These 6 pocket size paperback books costs $33.00. (Order Form)
3.) Heaven's Home Protection Packet...
Heavenís Home Protection Packet...
Our Lord stated we must have crucifixes upon the outside of all of our outside doors. In the "Heavenís Home Protection Packet" there are instructions, four crucifixes, a tube of special cement for wooden or metal crucifixes. Wooden crucifixes adhere better to the doors when the aluminum strap is removed from the back. Put a light coat of cement on the back of the crucifix and then press it to the outside of the door. If you have any problems, you can call us at 616-698-6448 for assistance. This Heavenís Home Protection Packet is available for a donation of $7.00 plus $3.00 shipping and handling. Send $10.00 to TLD Ministries, P.O. Box 40, Lowell, MI 49331. Item # P15 (Order Form)
Crucifix on front and back door... The only real protection against terrorists...
Jesus - "Pray and wear your sacramentals. And, also, My children, I ask you again to place a crucifix upon your door. Both front and back doors must have a crucifix. I say this to you because there will be carnage within your areas, and this will pass you by if you keep your crucifix upon your doors." (6-30-84) (Testimonies of lives and homes saved by the crucifixes.) http://www.tldm.org/news/crucifix.htm (Order Form)
4.) Heaven's Personal Protection Packet...
Our Lady tells us to be protected from all evil, we must wear the following sacramentals around our necks: a Rosary, a crucifix, the St. Benedict medal, Our Lady of the Roses medal, the Miraculous Medal, and the scapular. We have all of these sacramentals in a packet we call "Heaven's Personal Protection Packet." This packet is available for a donation of $6.00 plus $3.00 shipping and handling. Send $9.00 to TLD Ministries, P.O. Box 40, Lowell, MI 49331. Item # P5 (Order Form)
Heavenís Personal Protection Packet . . .
Our Lady of the Roses, Mary Help of Mothers promises
to help protect our children. On September 13, 1977, She said, "He has an
army of ogres wandering now throughout your country and all of the countries
of the world. They are in possession of great power; so wear your
sacramentals, and protect your children and your households. Learn the use
every day of holy water throughout your household. Insist even with
obstructions, insist that your children always wear a sacramental. One day
they will understand that they will repel the demons."
On February 1, 1974, Our Lady said, "My children, know the value of these sacramentals. Guard your children well. You must awaken to the knowledge that you will not be protected without the sacramentals. Guard your children's souls. They must be surrounded with an aura of purity. Remove them if necessary from the sources of contamination, be it your schools or even false pastors."
This Heavenís Personal Protection Packet is available for a donation of $6.00 plus $3.00 shipping and handling. Send $9.00 to TLD Ministries, P.O. Box 40, Lowell, MI 49331. You may use your MasterCard, VISA, or American Express and call 1-616-698-6448. Item # P5 (Order Form)
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