Posts Tagged With: Garabandal

The Catholic Church Is Going To Get Worse

People often like to shine a light at least somewhere and they’ll say things like ”well…my parish is not like that” or ”the priest in my parish is a very Holy man trying to restore Holiness in the liturgy.” I don’t deny they’re telling the truth and there exists a remnant out there of ”Abels” who are please to God and whose blood and persecution by the Cains in the church cry out to God.

It was said by someone that the last days began at Fatima in 1917. Like for real officially began. Since then we’ve had the wonders of Garabandal and then of Medjugorje.

In between these visions foretold in Scripture of the last days both in Joel and in Acts where we are told that our young ones will have visions, a lot of the destruction in between these visions is visible.

World wars, communism, 9/11 and so much more since 1917, seems to point towards an accumulation of a great pile of rubbish. The cup is overflowing since Garabandal it really is.

How then, do we propose a church that’s changing? Things are bad and though it may seem cynical of me to say so, the church is changing for the worse. Things are just going from bad to worse to the lowest of the low. Will it get better? Of course it will, throughout history the church has gone through some difficult eras and times. Sometimes a country goes atheist and then it comes back to it’s senses. Russia is a prime example of this.

I see a pimple that is only half grown and not yet fully matured, but when it has it will pop and God will clean up the mess. There will be redness, soreness but eventually it will fade away and a new era will begin.

However I think that this era is going to need a miracle of all proportions and that one is of Garabandal. Listening to Conchita it sounds like this is the miracle from this appartion and this visible sign that will bring Europe and the world over back to our senses.

Somethings coming but when we’ll never really know until it happens. Therefore in our own blindness its important not to wait now but with confidence approach the Lord and ask forgiveness and change our hearts whilst there is still time.

May God have mercy on us.



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No Room At The Inn


Christ Has Risen!!!.

Hello to all. So today I watched Jesus of Nazareth. In Scriptures there is a point where nobody will give Mary and St.Jospeh along with Jesus any room at the Inn. They get turned away several times.

It got me thinking about how Jesus wishes to enter our hearts, yet many of us refuse him entry into our hearts and to accept the birth of the Good news. It also symbolizes the many times Jesus came to us through authentic Private Revelations/prophecies through people like Vassula Ryden, Medjugorje, garabandal and Fatima to name but a few.

But we turn him away and refuse him entry. ”The house is full” we say. But full with what? Full of blindness, ingnorance, arrogance, vices and sin. When our house ( heart ) is full of these things how can the great king enter? Today would you welcome someone into your house if it was dirty?

Ask yourself: if I were an inn keeper in the scriptures and I knew the Messiah was looking for room under My roof, what would I do? right now? what would I do? I would make room. I would do whatever it was possible to make room, I would have possibly thrown one guy out of one room to sleep on the floor in the next bedroom with someone else. Either way I would certainly make way for this great King.

But let us now focus on where the Messiah is finally given room and decides to take shelter after being refused by the rich and the proud. He is given a dirty, poor and smelly stable. He is born in the lowest of lowest conditions. The most humble of conditions. Who are the stables and what do they symbolize?  they are the stables that are the poor. Those considered to be the rejects of society. These are the ones who accept Christ into their hearts with gladness and joy. These are the ones Christs visits because he knows they will accept him.They make room for him. They readily accept his message and are humble.

So lets ask ourselves this final question: How many times have I failed to recognize the Messiah when he knocks on my door looking for shelter and have said: ”Sorry, no room at the Inn”?

Happy and Holy Easter to all

Christos Voskrese

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