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Just Love

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10/08/2012 11:52 PM
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A typo in pasting the message to the Prayer
Warriors...I didn't notice. It should be
quotation marks around Our Lord's words in
John 6. God is the judge, He makes exceptions but do
you really want to base your eternal life on being one
of those exceptions? At the time of the Great Warning,
no one can say they didn't know the Eucharist is truly
Our God, present in the consecrated host.

And so now I, Jesus, am pointing out how to get your name written in
My Book of Life. It is the same as it has been for twenty centuries - receiving
the sacraments instituted by the Roman Catholic Church and following the Ten
Commandments. I, Jesus Christ, gave My constitution to My apostles. They
received the Spirit of Truth on Pentecost day. The sacramental Church was born
on that day and was purified in truth by the tongues of fire. No other church
has the constitution of Christ. All others have the constitution of man. In
Scripture, you read how the woman ill for twelve years touched My garment and
was healed (Mark 5:25-29). So it is in the sacraments. I, Jesus, touch you and
heal your soul back to a state of grace, so when it meets its' particular
judgment, it will be acceptable to enter into the Kingdom of God. The Eucharist is the sacrament of eternal life - the bread of life; it marks you for
everlasting life

This is how your name becomes written in the Lamb's Book of Life. 'He that
eateth My flesh and drinketh My blood, abideth in Me, and I in him" "and I
will raise him up on the last day" (John 6:55-59). The Eucharist can only be
confected on the altar for the continual sacrifice (Dan. 12:11) to be entered
into; offered only by the apostolic priesthood instituted by Me at the last
supper. 'Do this in commemoration of Me?' (Luke 22:19) really means to enter
into the continual sacrifice (Dan. 12:11) or the Catholic Mass. I hereby gave
this authority to the apostles at the last supper and they have the authority to
ordain the ministerial priesthood, for the ministering of the sacraments. All
others are invalid.

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10/11/2012 10:15 AM
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Receiving sacraments has NOTHING to do with the book of life. Your growth of your spirit by your intent does.