The battle intensifies; soon it will blaze out and my faithful ones will have to be extremely cautious…

2 John 1:10-11 If anyone comes to you and does not bring this doctrine, do not receive him in your house or even greet him; for whoever greets him shares in his evil works.

“My child, a day is coming when the sheep and the goats will be at war. The battle intensifies; soon it will blaze out and my faithful ones will have to be extremely cautious. The poison of the evil one is everywhere. You will be forced to make difficult decisions. Pray now, so that your faith may not fail you. Be one who stays at the foot of the cross, not one who flees in fear. But, my child, know and believe that my mercy will not fail you even if you fail me. This is what my beloved apostle Peter learned and experienced first-hand. Child, I am near and I love you. All things are taking on a new significance. They are being distilled down to their purest form. This is so you will know what it is you are choosing or rejecting.* Once the lines have been drawn, the true battle begins. Do not let up on your prayers dear children.”

Jesus we trust in you. Do not let us–or those we are praying for–be put to shame, but give us the grace and courage to stand with your Mother at the foot of the cross. Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of everlasting life. Jesus we trust in you.

(*I believe this is a reference to the Illumination of Conscience after which souls will make a permanent decision for or against God with full knowledge. As with the angels there will be no turning back once that decision is made.)

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