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North American Martyrs Pray for Us!
« on: September 27, 2022, 02:33:58 AM »
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  • Getting skinned and having your flesh eaten in front of you sounds like the zombie apocalypse, no?  They've been telling us what is coming in movies etc.
    8min
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/U2d2WWtPAgLw/

    Are we ready to join these holy men of God?

    FEMA/Military NASA docs state that those who do not comply with the nwo will be hunted down and killed

    and it will be televised on CNN live.

    Not hard to imagine with all the reality tv shows and movies these days.

    There will probably be "votes" like they have on the TV talent shows.

    Thumbs up or thumbs down.

    Our online activities will be twisted and used against us.


    "Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.”


    It will be like a worldwide Roman Coliseum.


    Keep in mind that martyrdom was normal life for millions of Catholics.





    It will be natural for all of us to experience some times of anxiety as things unfold so here is one thing that is helping me cope:

    Watch the agony in the garden scene


    Then imagine myself in Christ's place and unite my anxiety and mental anguish to His.  I visualize Jesus kneeling down on the other side and placing His hands over mine and comforting me.  I tell Him how scared I am and need His help but I want to show my love for Him in the same way He showed me.

    Often I think that I should be better or stronger and always have peace and not worry, but then I remember that Jesus suffered mental anguish and I visualize myself wearing the crown of thorns and tell Jesus, "Oh Jesus, I unite my anxiety and mental anguish to yours.  I offer it up for my many, many sins, and for souls in danger of the fires of Hell."

    Hopefully we'll meet some of those souls one day.

    It helps to know I can make use of it for good!  That's how God works. He brings good out of evil.  :)

    Viva Cristo Rey!