Holy Love Ministry
June 14, 2016
St. John Vianney, Cure d’Ars and Patron of Priests says:
“Praise be to Jesus.”
“In the world today, there is no sense of sin. This is the bad fruit of a lack of knowledge between good and evil. A person in sin who dies suddenly without a chance for repentance has no chance for salvation. The fact that sins are now culturally acceptable denies the necessity of being in a state of grace in order to achieve salvation. Every priest should teach about sin from the pulpit. This is his opportunity to lead his flock along a road of sound spirituality.”
“This topic of sin and of a state of grace must never be compromised to please man. It is the priests’ job to steadfastly hold his followers to the uncompromised Truth between good and evil. It is necessary also for a soul to be in a state of grace – that is without unrepentant grave sin – in order to receive the Holy Eucharist. Catholic priests have the responsibility of making this known.”
Related recent Holy Love messages:
Blessed Virgin Mary – A Grave Message – 85% of the world population is on the pathway to hell
For reflection about the importance on being in a state of grace:
Locutions To The World
September 2, 2014
The Annihilation of the Nations
I must come to the deepest sorrow of my heart. Only reluctantly do I speak of the annihilation of the nations. This annihilation is not imminent. It will not happen tomorrow but it does loom on the horizon.
Right now, this annihilation cannot happen because the people who can bring it about are not yet in place and they do not yet have the weapons that are needed. However, everyone is quite aware of how situations can shift quickly. The pattern has not become familiar. What seems stable begins to shake. New factions arise. Leaders are toppled. Chaos and instability enter.
A door opens for those who want to take advantage of the opportunity and they, who had no power, suddenly control a new portion of the world. This process, taking place everywhere, will open the world to a future moment when the annihilation of the nations becomes a distinct possibility.
My real sorrow in this annihilation is not just death, but the manner in which death take place. Millions will lose their lives quickly. There is no time to repent, to prepare for death, no opportunity for God to use the time of sickness to pour out his graces of conversion or to help devout souls to better prepare for the moment of their divine judgment.
In the annihilation, all are caught short, both sinners and saints, both those with faith and those without. The divine mercy of God, which saves so many people as they gradually face the reality of their coming death, is robbed of this opportunity.
You can see my sorrow as I perceive the possible annihilation of the nations that looms on the horizon. I will not speak much about this now but I have to begin this revelation. Later, I will speak more fully.