JtM Crusade Prayer Meeting Thursday 26th May, 2016

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Prayer Group Overview

Our prayer theme today:   Special Graces

The readings are chosen after the Crusade Prayers and after a prayer to the Holy Spirit for guidance and listed below An overview of the readings will be posted below. It is recommended that you read the messages in full by clicking on the link beneath each one.

The Readings today from Bible and Book of Truth:

  1. Bible: Isaiah 66:1-6   (See reading in full at the end of this post).
     
  2. My Father’s punishments have begun and the world will witness many more ecological upheaval (12th November, 2013)

    See here for the full message:  https://missionofsalvation.wordpress.com/Message-0965/

    3. My followers must show courage to prepare others for The Warning      (14th June, 2011)

    See here for the full message: https://missionofsalvation.wordpress.com/Message-0114/

    1. So many lies, where the existence of Hell is denied, will be the downfall of Christians. (14thApril, 2012)

    See here for the full message:    https://missionofsalvation.wordpress.com/Message-0395/

Overview of the readings:

The NAB bible entitles this “True and False worship”. This sums it all up. We are told of worship that does not honour God: ”he that offereth an oblation, as if he should offer swine’ s blood” and  “and their soul is delighted in their abominations” and we are told that God is not pleased – “I also will choose their mockeries, and will bring upon them the things they feared: because I called, and there was none that would answer; I have spoken, and they heard not; and they have done evil in my eyes, and have chosen the things that displease me.”

The second reading (from the B of T) speaks of  the purification of the earth through \nature’s upheavals. Jesus tells au that this is God’s Hand of Justice weeding out the evil infestation. He tells us that it is the battle to destroy sin.

In the third reading, Jesus tells us  that we still have much work to do to tell people of the Warning – of the red sky, and the Cross in the sky and the meaning of these, which will have them rejoice. We need to reassure people not to fear when they see these things.

The final reading tells us of Jesus’ sufferings and torment which will last while sin exists..When we suffer and endure torment of soul at what is happening, it is only a small fraction of what Jesus is suffering. He tells us that we must not condemn others, but show kindness; how even believers believe everything but on their own terms. He tells us how many times have you heard that God is ever-merciful, He is so merciful that because He loves everyone he would never condemn them? That he would never send a soul to hell? (This falls very close to home at the moment, considering what we are being told by people high up in the Vatican)

Jesus tells us that people choose to go to hell because they refuse to turn their backs on mortal sin,  and they will not they seek forgiveness or show remorse. (these are words that are never repeated by he who sits in Peter’s chair and many clergy who are eager to follow his ways– only “mercy” is heard).

Jesus speaks to those who devote their lives to him, know scripture but who reject him:“…your rejections of me now, will leave you tormented and in great sorrow when the truth is revealed to you. Because, then you will realise the souls which you cast aside, when I needed your help to salvage them….” Jesus begs us to respond to His call.

In conclusion, these readings, tell us what God thinks of those who are guilty of ‘false worship’ and how they will be punished. (Definitely a message for us in the Church today). In the other readings, we are told of the Special Graces Jesus has in store – firstly he will rid the earth of sin and evil; secondly he explains the Warning and how we will rejoice in His great Mercy. In the final reading He tells us of His anguish at those who reject His graces, and His Sacraments and teachings, and the fact that He speaks to us in this way.

Bible Reading (Douay Rheims): Isaiah 66:1-6

[1] Thus saith the Lord: Heaven is my throne, and the earth my footstool: what is this house that you will build to me? and what is this place of my rest? [2] My hand made all these things, and all these things were made, saith the Lord. But to whom shall I have respect, but to him that is poor and little, and of a contrite spirit, and that trembleth at my words?

[3] He that sacrificeth an ox, is as if he slew a man: he that killeth a sheep in sacrifice, as if he should brain a dog: he that offereth an oblation, as if he should offer swine’ s blood; he that remembereth incense, as if he should bless an idol. All these things have they chosen in their ways, and their soul is delighted in their abominations.

[4] Wherefore I also will choose their mockeries, and will bring upon them the things they feared: because I called, and there was none that would answer; I have spoken, and they heard not; and they have done evil in my eyes, and have chosen the things that displease me. [5] Hear the word of the Lord, you that tremble at his word: Your brethren that hate you, and cast you out for my name’ s sake, have said: Let the Lord be glorified, and we shall see in your joy: but they shall be confounded.

[6] A voice of the people from the city, a voice from the temple, the voice of the Lord that rendereth recompense to his enemies.

Notes: [1] What is this house: This is a prophecy that the temple should be cast off.

[3] He that sacrificeth an ox: This is a prophecy that the sacrifices which were offered in the old law should be abolished in the new; and that the offering of them should be a crime.– Ibid.

[3] Remembereth incense: Viz., to offer it in the way of a sacrifice.

[4] Will choose their mockeries: I will turn their mockeries upon themselves; and will cause them to be mocked by their enemies.

 

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