Is it the end times?

Sun Taken in St Louis

 “As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love.” John 15:9

Every week it seems a new tragedy.  People seem angrier than ever.  “Social” media actually isolates us.  Many Christians talk of the end times.  Rumblings of war are everywhere.  So what are we do do?

I took all this to prayer and recorded what popped in my head in my journal.

April 8, 2017

Beloved,

I want to speak to you of the “end times”.  Do you creatures not see your limited understanding?  Great anxiety is caused by the emotions of my people.

Yes the earth will groan.

But do you not believe the prayer? 

“World without end.”

I will create a new heaven and a new earth.  In unity.

The earth will be perfected through the Cross and ordered to my Divine Will.  Heaven and earth will collide, “as it was in the beginning.”

And when my people have listened, “is now” with graces pouring over my souls who have heeded my call.  Union between heaven and earth is how it “ever shall be” according to my will and those who seek to live in it.  All came from my will and all will be ordered back to it.  It is my unending love I want to pour into you.  Just receive it.  Be a receiver.  Do not think of the suffering as bad, yes it will make you moan, but think of it as my ultimate love story.  Sharing in the Son’s cross as the means to bring you back to me.  You will be amazed.  Do not be afraid.

– The Most Holy Trinity

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About veilofveronica

I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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4 Responses to Is it the end times?

  1. Anita Parish says:

    So encouraging! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Anne says:

    Thank you … Please keep listening , praying, sharing.

  3. deereverywhere says:

    I have often thought what you so eloquently put into words here. I always found the Glory Be to be a simple yet profound prayer, a prayer of the future, a prayer of God’s power. A prayer of continuity reminding us to be joyful and hopeful. In my minds eye I see Gandalf at the bridge in Moria , raising his staff, shouting to the Balrog “is now and forever shall be, world without end”, then striking the bridge with his staff in a punctuated Amen.

    This morning, reviewing the Stations in my head, I was struck by another continuity. Of course the first thing that Jesus does when He picks up His Cross is falls. I often thought this sign of falling to be hopeful because I fall repetitively most minutes that I carry my very own cross. But when Jesus gets up, He sees His mum. Right after He sees her He receives aid at the 5th and 6th Stations. Proving, yet again, our Lady, Help of Christians, pray for us. On this Good Friday, may we all receive Our Lady’s grace in carrying our light weight crosses. Happy Easter, Susan.

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