Jesus Christ to Valentina Papagna – “I didn’t plan to judge the world yet, but the way it is going, worse than ever, I will judge soon”

Heavenly Messages
As Given to Seer, Valentina Papagna
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October 23, 2019

Poor and hungry people suffering in the World

It was late evening and I had just finished my prayers. I picked up the Holy Bible and opened the pages to St Paul and began to read. I really love this Gospel, it is a very good teaching and simple to understand.

I was hoping to have good night’s sleep, instead, I started to experience an intense pain throughout my whole body, especially my left leg. I kept lamenting to our Lord, as the pain was so intense that it kept me up all night.

As dawn broke our Lord suddenly appeared to me and said, “Valentina, My child, I Am very sorry that you are in so much agony. It is I Who gave you extra strong pain to endure.”

Jesus then invited me to come with Him.

He said, “Come with Me and I will show you why you have to suffer.”

Suddenly, our Lord Jesus and I were in the middle of the Continent of Africa, in some remote place. He took me to meet some abandoned, poor people with little children. What I saw I will never forget. The children were dying of starvation, along with their mothers. They had nothing to eat and I could see their rib cages protruding out, there was no flesh, their eyes were large and completely sunken, their teeth were just like hanging from a skeleton.

Our Lord Jesus was so sad at the sight of the suffering of these poor people. He said, “My child, look at how they suffer. There is nothing for them to eat. They are persecuted and abandoned left to be killed by evil tribes.”

“Every minute, one or more die. This tears My Heart into pieces to watch these people in so much poverty. This should not happen. There are so many millionaires in the world, rich men, but they are only for themselves, and they are still grabbing and accumulating more wealth. The more they have, the more they want.”

Jesus repeated twice, “Greed! Greed! Never enough!’

“If they could only share some of their wealth, how many graces they would receive from Me. Instead they are cold-hearted and selfish.”

Our Lord took one of the babies and held it in His Holy Hands. He then gently placed the baby back in the mother’s arms, but the baby died. The mother was too weak to cry out, as she watched her little baby die.

Our Lord blessed them, making the Sign of the Cross with His Holy Hand. We then left this place, and our Lord took me to a Middle Eastern country.

There, too, we stopped, and our Lord sadly shook His Holy Head in disbelief at what was happening. I could see how He was finding it difficult to hold back His Tears. His Eyes were all watery.

I started to cry at what I saw. In this place, everything was ruined and devastated. All the people were being persecuted. They were crying, with no food to eat, or water to drink. I could see adults running away from the bombs that were falling. I could see many children screaming and crying.

Our Lord kept repeating, “See, My child, how they suffer. Every day, many innocent children and ordinary men and women are killed. This war and all the evil that is happening here, should not be. But evil men want to fight and cause all evil, because the devil tells them to do so, to reduce the population in all parts of the world. So much misery, so much hate, so much unnecessary suffering.”

Our Lord then said, “I didn’t plan to judge the world yet, but the way it is going, worse than ever, I will judge soon.” Jesus spoke these words as we watched all this misery.

Our Lord turned to me and said, “Valentina, My child, please tell the world to repent of their sin and greed. Greed is a terrible sin. It can even cause you to lose your soul.”

“Valentina, the pain that you endure, it is for all of that, which I reveal to you. It gives Me some consolation for My Sacred Heart which is bleeding of too much pain for what I now see in the world.”

Our Lord is so sad.

Lord Jesus come to help the needy and bless them and give them strength in their daily persecution and struggles.