Mystics of the Church Jesus reveals the timing of the Tribulation Posted: 29 Jul 2020 07:54 AM PDT Jesus, the Savior of the World The Warning, the Miracle, the AntiChrist and the coming of the Kingdom (The following is a guest article written by a Catholic friend named Brian who is a watchman of the Lord, a 'Voice crying out in the wilderness.' -May God reward him for his efforts in preparing God's people for Thy Kingdom Come!) Dear brethren in Christ “If you have ears, then, hear what the Spirit says to the churches” (Rev 3:6) In 1931, Our Lord Jesus Christ spoke a few short words that are the key to understanding that our world is now in the days of the Book of Revelation. Seriously, I hear you ask?! Yes, seriously. It was a message as significant as telling Noah to build an ark; all the world’s people thought that Noah was nuts, during the years that Noah spent building it; would you be any different? I can hear the jokes: “That crazy guy just out of town is building a boat. We don’t even have any lakes around here, and his boat is massive! He’s a nobody around here; that’s why everybody calls him a No-er!” Imagine the days of Amos the prophet (in the eighth century BC). Amos was a farmer; a hick from Hicksville! He travelled to a country called Israel, where the people thought they were living a great life. There were no wars with neighbours, the land was providing in abundance, and they were living the high life and feeling like they would live forever. What’s more, they even attended church services, religiously. “Go home country bumpkin, they said. We don’t need any prophets of doom. Take your sour message back home!” They insulted the farmer, who said he was sent by God; so, they named him God’s country bumpkin, saying, “You AM an OutSider, so we will call you AMos.” But the religious people were not religious at heart; they cared not for widows and orphans, but only for their own pleasure and entertainment. And God wiped that country off the face of the earth. The Book of Amos (verse 3:7) informs us: “The sovereign Lord never does anything without revealing His plan to His servants, the prophets.” Jesus has told us His plans, and they are as drastic as in the days of Noah and Amos. But “Why?”, you ask. “Our world is not the same as in those days”, you say. “Surely God sees how we care for one another. The Carona Virus is a great example. We social distance. We obey the law and stay home when we are told. Some of us work as health professionals and care for those who get sick.” But God says “I see you caring for the hundreds of thousands who are dying from this virus. But many of you are caring only from selfish motives, to protect yourselves. And who is caring for the elderly you have hidden away in aged care homes. But worst of all is the abomination of over a hundred thousand of my children being murdered each day through abortion. I have many faithful children; they pray and fast and make sacrifices for the sake of others, trying desperately to save the souls of those who do not know me – though many think they do. I will save my faithful children from the dreadful days of destruction I am sending upon the earth. I will rid the earth of all the evil that I abhor.” As a watchman of the Lord (Is 21:6, Ez 3:17), I share this document for your discernment. Are you one of God’s faithful people? If so, know that time is short. The aim of this paper is to tell you what little time is left, and how to arm you to save yourselves and your loved ones. Many people quote Jesus’s words “No one knows the day nor the hour.” But Jesus was referring to the time of His return, which is not the subject of most current prophecy – though some people think it is. Rather, current prophecy is concerned with God’s response to each Christian’s prayer in the Our Father, “Your Kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as in heaven.” God speaks well in advance, such as the prophet Micah saying that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem, where Jesus was born around 800 years later. So, there is no need to examine the multitude of present-day prophets and false prophets. Instead, consider what God has revealed in the past, particularly in trusted apparitions of Jesus and Mary that shed light on our present time. Why Mary? Read on and see for yourself.