Facing Reality

Terri Taplin and Still Small Voice are the two main channels that I listen too, because I believe their anointing is particularly strong. I thought I will mention them in case you too are much helped by the messages Jesus gives them. They can be very comforting as well and help prepare yourself for Jesus’s coming.

is(15)My calling seems to be warning everybody that we have a Spiritual enemy – the devil and the fallen angels mostly. Not everybody has been to hell or heaven, but hopefully you do believe in it. Because how can you fight a war if you don’t believe there is one. How can you be safe if you don’t protect yourself. I am not talking about protecting yourself physically so much, but protecting your soul. As we all know Christ died for our sins. We may be called to follow Him all the way to our own crucifixion for His sake and for the conversion of souls. Martyrdom is a form of a prayer. Your life is a prayer if it is lived for God alone. Your soul is much more important than your life on earth and your physical body.  What happens to you when you leave your body is going to be eternal. I want to go to heaven, don’t you? The thing is just because I am a believer, I won’t rest until I know I am going to be safe in heaven. We can slip over something so small and don’t recognise it. Praying is a life saver. We can keep praying for all the graces we need to fulfil His will. Pray all the time to be ready when Jesus comes for you. Don’t presume you are going to make it and don’t presume you not either. Just pray to be ready and do what is before you. Believe God is guiding you. Pray for direction. Pray, Pray and Pray some more. Pray without ceasing as St. Paul tells us to. You can’t take chances, you don’t want to go through the Great Tribulation do you?

Some people unfortunately put their heads in the sand. As if the problem will just go away by its own accord. We know that won’t happen. We have to be responsible people. One beautiful person I know who is an elder of a church, doesn’t believe in the devil, she is not the only beautiful person who doesn’t believe in the devil. She as well as others have left themselves wide open for the devil to attack and deceived them and they wouldn’t even know it. How can you defend yourself when you don’t even know you have such a dangerous enemy as Satan.

I would love to write about all the beautiful things about God and our relationship with Him. It does seem I am to talk about how to recognise the enemy and how important it is to fight the good fight to the very end. If you have a belief that many are now being taught, if you serve God life will run smoothly for you. If that is what you have been taught, please free yourself of that lie. Because it is a lie. How can life run smoothly when we are in the middle of the fiercest war in history? Satan knows his time is nearly up and he is fighting with all his strength to deceive us and kill our souls. The body is one thing, but don’t let anybody steal your soul. That is what the fight is really all about, to get you to hell. Love is what we have to aim for, because Jesus will tell you it is your love for Him and people that is going to count, not your position, or your money or how many countries you have seen. Keep as humble as you can and trust in Him and repeat words to yourself all day long that strengthens your faith and strengthens your courage, because you don’t know where life is going to take you. The third world war for example is not that far off. You need to know your suffering is short and your reward is eternal.

The Angelus


V. The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary.

R. And she conceived of the Holy Ghost. (“Hail Mary” prayer)

V. Behold the handmaid of the Lord.

R. Be it done unto me according to thy Word. (“Hail Mary” prayer)

V. And the word was made flesh.

R.  And dwelt among us (“Hail Mary” prayer)

V. Pray for us. O holy Mother of God.

R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray: Pour forth, we beseech Thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we to whom the Incarnation of Christ, Thy Son, was made known by the message of an angel, may by His passion and cross be brought to the glory of His resurrection, through the same Christ Our Lord. Amen

Traditionally was said at 12 noon by religious mostly, but I feel it is an important prayer for all of us to say it. As a reminder of Mary’s important role as the Mother of Our Lord. Her simple faith and courage to be His Mother, is over looked, more and more these days by many Catholics as well as Protestants.


Blessings V Curses

isA most powerful gift we can give God is our whole heart. We should serve God always with all our hearts’, then our minds and everything will follow. You will see God work through you as time passes. In the Bible it says love covers a multitude of sins. I have seen that in my writings. I might have had a bad day, and write more out of my anger than love. The next day I think about it and want to change my article, only to find God has covered it with His Holy Spirit of love. I therefore have no need to edit it. You just don’t see my anger, because God has truly covered it with His love. You might disagree with me, because you have seen the anger. If so I believe God has shown it to you for a reason, to learn and pray for me as I am called to do also when I see a fault in someone.

Judging Others

I have been thinking a lot about the way judging is so wide spread in our communities. We seem to think we have a right to judge people. I was thinking about how much it poisons not only the Body of Christ but our whole society and the world. It is a form of cursing. And one day many years ago I ask a question to God very casually, not expecting anything particular. I asked ‘am I cursed God.’ God straight away showed me by feeling and seeing how heavy and vast it was. And I was in a state of shock and said to God ‘but I don’t know many people to give me so much curses.’ Well as time went on I read many books and one of them was on Generational curses, and I also started to watch shows on the internet like Sid Roth ‘Its Supernatural.’ What I found out was the Bible says our fathers sins, will come down three to four generations. And some people have seen it come down to ten generations. Another person said each generation it gets worse if nobody deals with it. So you see generational curses alone is a very big problem, if we didn’t have God to come to and deal with it. What about the generational curses of hatred of people of different religions and racism. How many generations have pass that down.

Another thought every time we judge a person, or are angry with another, what curses are we sending them, unknown to us. Sickness is one of them. Since I have been meditating on this subject, I have notice there are many times I get irritated about little things and blame God for it. God is so patient with me. I repent straight away, but each time I am shocked that I can do that to Him. While I was praying to God to bring blessings on all the people I have cursed (unknown to me) I think I felt the body of Christ. Knees were being attacked and pain was in the Body that I put there through my cursing.  It really makes you think more seriously about how much the Body of Christ needs us to bless it without ceasing to heal it from our sins.

Mass is Important

When I offered my version of my home Mass (I do my own Mass of sorts, since I was kicked out of my local church). Catholics call Holy Communion, Mass. Satan doesn’t want you to know that because you might learn something. Like the Mass is celebrated every day and you indeed become spiritual rich and feed by the Body of Jesus Christ. He is really presence in the bread and wine that you offer up in Mass, or Communion, depending what church you belong to. It is very important to God you know Jesus is very present in Communion or the Mass. If you believe and serve Him, He may even appear before you in the host (the consecrated bread). I can’t disbelieve because He has come to me so often at Mass.

isFHBX52TIGetting back to what I was saying, during my Mass I offered the Host up for everybody I have cursed from the beginning of my existence (including in my mother’s womb) for all those I have cursed whether they were a friend of foe. I felt Jesus so strong and He was so keen to do it. I even felt some of the blessings going straight to them. I am going to do it seven Masses in a row, to make the blessings so much stronger. I also felt myself freer too. So I am hoping you fellows will give it a try. You will get a blessing from God for doing it, and you will help heal the Body of Christ. We all have hurt Him and we need to make it up for Him by blessing everyone and not cursing one another. Changing that habit is going to be difficult, but God loves seeing us trying to, for His sake.

God Really does Take Notice I of what We Do

He really does notice our efforts. I started praying for a group of people that I would normally consider my enemies, but have been humble by God and now gladly will do it over and over again.  God open my eyes, during my stay at hospital. I learnt a lot about love there. Any way I was praying for the very people I would not prayer with such passion. And I was looking at my favourite picture of Jesus at the time. And Jesus Spirit became visible and His mouth couldn’t contain the pure joy and laughter that was inside of Him. He couldn’t hold it in. If those who have never experience Jesus in this way, I really wish you could, because you will know a different Jesus, than what many people describe Him to you. He is so affectionate and tender, I wish everybody could know this. We do have different gifts. Some people God speaks to them. With me I sense His feelings and I kinda of see His Spirit and just seem to hear His words, which sounds funny, but that is how it is with me. I went off the rail when I tried to hear His voice, and went to hospital over it. But like I said before God can bring good out of evil.

The Parable of the Two Brothers

Have you ever notice when you are thinking of a certain thing, somehow it will be confirm by somebody or something. Well I have been thinking of the parable of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15:11-32. Which is about one son demanding his in inheritance and went off in the world living a life of sin. There was a drought in the land and he spent all the money and end up with a job, feeding the pigs, and realising that the servants of his father’s house was much better off than he was. He was so hungry even wanted the feed he gave the pigs. So he decided to humble himself before his father and ask him to treat him like one of the servants. Instead the father ran to him when he saw his son coming home and embraced him and put on his cloak and put a ring on his finger and had a celebration of his return. The older son was jealous when he heard that they even had a fatted calf to celebrate his return. His father was trying to console the older brother by saying that his younger brother was dead and now he has come alive. But the older brother didn’t see that, he was more concern with the fact that he saw himself more entitled for the feast, because he considered himself more loyal.

What I have been thinking about is, I believe most of us take turns at being the younger brother and then the older brother. There are plenty of times we become rebellious and come back to God with repented sorrow and then at other times we are self-righteous. Believing we deserve better and not humble enough to see the whole picture. There is a lot in that story. I didn’t know that the father as well as the prodigal son could have been both stoned by the laws at that time. And I didn’t know the fatted calf was there in case a royal member turned up and you were expected to give them the fatted calf. It was not used for any other purpose. The ring and the clock is also very significant, which unfortunately I have forgotten their role in the story. Except to say God the Father has made us His royal children with power, if we only believe and follow His Son Jesus. We are adopted children, but will have equal inheritance as His only begotten Son Jesus has.

isBT9KR36YGod is so passionate about all of us. And that makes Him a jealous God. If He didn’t care about us, He wouldn’t be so jealous of who we worship. Not only is He God and deserves to be worshiped and obeyed, He is in love with us.  It doesn’t matter how low we go or how high in the ranks of righteousness we become in Jesus. He loves a sinner as much as He loves His saintly children. I really wouldn’t be shocked to find in heaven the worst sinners there, because they knew to repent of their sins and put their trust in Jesus sacrifice. Some people have been in hell and come back to life again and have said everybody in hell knows it is not their sins that got them there, but not accepting Jesus as their Lord.

I think I am a one of the worst sinners, in that I have been so blessed with supernatural gifts from the age of eight. So when I sin it is worse than somebody who doesn’t know God. And I have been guilty of many sins.  For example reading tarot cards for about twenty years, thinking there was no harm in it. There is harm, maybe people may not see it, but there is harm in it all right. When I realised it was wrong, I got rid of all my tarot cards and books on the subject in the garbage bin. So you see even if a person is highly gifted in receiving visitations of Jesus, you still can have your blind spots. Jesus has said even many people who cast out devils and prophecy in His name, Jesus will say still say ‘I never knew you.’ So you don’t judge a person to be holy by their gifts, but the fruit of their actions. Does it measure up to Jesus teaching of loving one another as He loves us? God’s children will have the characteristic of humility. Not all the time, because we all fall from time to time, but enough for you to say ‘there is something different about them.’ In a good way, such as kinder, friendlier, peaceful, sweet, and etc.


Praying for all people

I was thinking about all the people throughout my whole life that I have been angry with, because I felt they deserved it. Meaning everybody I have ever judged guilty not knowing their circumstances. I realise more and more how many curses we place on ourselves and others. No wonder their is so much violence in this world. I feel we all contribute to it in ways we don’t recognise such as being angry with somebody.  Jesus refers anger as equal to murder. So just how guilty are we? More than we can ever realised. So it gives us a small glimpse, just how Great God is in forgiving us through Jesus Sacrifice on the Cross.

Luke 6:37-38

“And if you do not judge, then you would not be judged: and if you do not condemn, then you would not be condemned. You must set free, then you will be set free: you must give, then it will be given to you: they will give a good measure, pressed down, shaken, poured into your bosom: for, in which measure you measure, it will be measured to you in return.”

This translation is from One New Man Bible which I now consider my favorite Bible. So what is to be done about our sinful nature? Besides calling on God to give us the grace to stop judging and condemning one another, so that we can love one another as Christ loves us. Is to return to something the saints of old did and now is forgotten. And that is doing some kind of penance as a gesture of our sorrow to have disobey God. It will only be a gesture, but God loves our tokens of showing Him we are truly sorrow for what we did. Our penance can never pay back the wrong we have done, but God accepts it as such.

is(7)I then thought of praying for all the people I had wronged and asked God for every curse I placed on another, may God replace it with 500 times fold blessings for the person to be healed and receive blessing I have stolen from them. I now upped it to infinite fold replacement. And I believe God gladly accepts it. The good you do does come from how much faith you have in the price Jesus paid for us.  And how much you believe in God’s Mercy. God’s love for us is infinite and He is rich in all of His Graces. So He doesn’t give us poor gifts. His gifts are infinite in value. So we should pray big, because God is far bigger than we can ever imagine and richer and more generous than we dare believed.

The prayer I used is ‘The Rosary of the Holy Wounds.’ but as you know you can use any prayer like the Holy Rosary, the Divine Chaplet and so on. I am hoping to say it everyday and really pray hard for all the people I have wronged. And when I did do it for a while I did received some peace in doing it. I look on that as a sign from God, that He approves of my effort of trying to give something back to those I have wronged. Our God is incredibly kind and generous. And we have only one life to make up for our sins, and that is now. Of course we can never really make up for our sins, but God is so generous with us. He accepts all our offerings in Jesus.

Trust in God at all Times

is(11)I find books of Bible Promises can really be helpful. They are small books full of God’s promises that you may need during different periods of your life. I want to concentrate on trust in God, because many Christians get attack with thoughts they are not good enough to go to heaven or be raptured on that great day, when our Lord comes to take us. All God wants is our faithfulness and that includes repentance. Yesterday I wrote down some of the many things I needed to repented off. It started out difficult, thinking will I be sorry enough about my sins, to be forgiven. Then I became confidence that God really forgives so simply and truly wipes away all sins the moment you repent. Once you start God helps, because He sees you are truly making an effort. You do what you can and then God always meets you halfway, and do what you can’t. Here are some beautiful promises of God.

I have trusted in your steadfast love; my heart shall rejoice in your salvation. Psalm 13:5

Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us. Psalm 62:8

Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act. Psalm 37:5

In God I trust I shall not be afraid. What can man do to me? Psalm 56:11

Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and will not be afraid; for the Lord God is my strength and my song, and he has become my salvation. Isaiah 12:2

It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in princes. Psalm 118:9

Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be moved, but abides forever. Psalm 125:1

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding.

Proverbs 3:5

Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose trust is the Lord. He is like a tree planted by water, that sends out its roots by the stream, and does not fear when heat comes, for its leaves remain green, and is not anxious in the year of drought, for it does not cease to bear fruit. Jeremiah 17:7-8