WARNING - Ireland it's coming!!

Discussion in 'Spirit of Ireland' started by garabandal, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    Dire as the future seems (but we could also be mistaken, with the help of God), we have been promised that we will not be asked to endure such grim tortures for too long. Before it gets too difficult to bear, Our Lady will stamp and twist her heel into the devil's skull. She will pulverise him.
  2. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    There appears to be a strong consensus that we could face the Warning or Illumination later this year. Based on reading and hearing that possibility, I thought to share the latest messages on the Christina Gallagher site. These messages seem to be on the same track as the other places.

    I don't know if she is the real deal of course. But over the years her messages have borne remarkable outcomes that made me wonder, is Jesus and Mary actually calling out to the Irish, and through them to the rest of the world.

    I was more interested in the contents of the messages that might help prepare spiritually for a wake up call from Heaven very soon. We know historically, prophets get run out of town or killed especially from the old Testament, so the abuse directed at Christina should be no surprise. We should pray for her, she needs prayers whether she is deluded or on a mission.

    Messages only hit a raw nerve if we are not keeping the Ten Commandments, no matter who publishes them. IMHO
  3. Mario

    Mario Powers

    2Tim 4:3 For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own likings, 4 and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander into myths.

    Acts 7: 57 But they cried out with a loud voice and stopped their ears and rushed together upon him. 58 Then they cast him out of the city and stoned him; and the witnesses laid down their garments at the feet of a young man named Saul. 59 And as they were stoning Stephen, he prayed, "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit." 60 And he knelt down and cried with a loud voice, "Lord, do not hold this sin against them." And when he had said this, he fell asleep.
  4. Shay Lowry

    Shay Lowry New Member

    Dear all. I have been a member here now over 6 months and I feel blessed to have found this site and it has given me so much strength in these dark times.
    I humbly want to tell you about my experience with Christina Gallagher . This is from the heart
    20 years ago. I was out of control. Drugs , drink, violence. I lost everything. My partner took our 3 year old daughter away , who I have not seen since. I ended up in a bed sit and was at rock bottom in my life. I wanted to no longer exist . I was on my hands and knees in a church one Monday begging the lord and our lady to fix me. It was such a bad place I was in. Anyway to cut a story shorter. I was in England this Monday. Somehow I was in Ireland with both my mother and Aunt on the Friday going to achill island. How this happened is another story anyway. When I got to achill island. There was such a massive crowd. I wanted , needed help. bit I thought there was no way I was going to meet or even see Christina Gallagher. I stood by the statue of our lady outside the house of Prayer. I said to our lady directly. Look why did you bring me here. I give up. you take over as I cant do this any more. I said this with such a angry and sad heavy heart.

    Just then a man appeared beside both my mum and myself and said. Do I want to meet Christina . I said yes. so he took us through the lines, the queues and the crowd and before I knew it I was with Christina and Fr McGinnity . She prayed with me and the heat was unbelievable . I felt like i was walking on air. Then Fr McGinnity prayed over me and he pulled something out of it. I have no idea what it was but he stopped mid way through praying and it looked like he pulled something out of me. All I can say is that my life has never been the same. I have no idea what happened but I know our lady took me out of all the evil I was living and brought me to Christina and Fr McGinnity. Our lady has been helping me ever since and I have seen so many miracles in my life and am truly blessed.
    This is my story and I am not here to say her messages are true or not. But I know with all my heart that Our lady was there that day and she got Christina and Fr Mcginniy to help me.

    God bless all. Love Seamus
  5. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    Praised be Jesus and Mary. And thank you for sharing your testimony. There have been other testimonies here on the forum as a result of Christina's intercession, but sadly it never seems to be enough.

    God bless you.
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  6. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    It is impossible to dismiss such honest testimony. Personally, I know little of Christina Gallagher. I am juggling accounts of honest testimony in her favour with equally honest questioning of her character. It is not implausible that both sides are correct. We all have our human weaknesses. Among the most devout are people who fall and get up again, repeatedly. The reservations some have about Christina Gallagher do not categorically imply that the messages that are being transmitted through her are necessarily untrue. This is more particularly the case if, as Julia says, the messages are consistent with the majority of this kind. Indeed, the more broadly similar are these private revelations, it seems to me the more likely they are to be credible. Which is not to say that I'm about to bet my house on them, but I'd be less inclined to reject them out of hand. This country has stumbled to the Gates of Hell. It needs something to absolutely terrify people back to the narrow path. It does seem that what is being prophesied might be what we need.
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  7. AED

    AED Powers

    What a beautiful testimony. Our Lady is very much with you. She never refuses our cries for help. She is every inch our true Mother. Thank you for sharing this.
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  8. maryrose

    maryrose Powers

    That's a great testimony.
    I have mixed feelings about Christina but I don't dismiss her either. I met a trustworthy lady who visited the house during all the troubles there and saw Our Lady hovering over the house.
    My feelings are because I was involved with a visionary many years ago who crashed and burned to a degree. Human nature is very perverse and our faults are always with us. I didn't understand that at the time and was devastated. I have always believed Fr McGinnity to be a very holy priest.
    Thank you for that and God Bless you
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  9. padraig

    padraig New Member

    I think this is one of the reasons Our Lady recommends the Rosary over and over again. It will carry us through the Dark Times as it did in the past.

    Apparently those devils are about to change the wording of the mass to make it invalid, so we won't even have that.
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  10. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    Powerful testimony. My wife and I went to Achill in the early years of the messages. My intial feeling was that it was authentic in the early period.

    It is possible for these kinds of experiences to go off on a tangent over time so I am not sure about the more recent messages - there is too much doom and gloom.

    The media have hounded Christina Gallagher in recent years dragging up all kinds of dirt especially financial impropriety etc - not that you can believe the presstitutes that run our media today - but the dirt did stick. She certainly has stickability and Father McGinnity has stood by her.
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  11. DeGaulle

    DeGaulle Powers

    We must pray that Our Lord will not permit this. At least COVID-19 has inhibited their getting together.
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  12. garabandal

    garabandal Powers

    For those who do not know about Christina Gallagher here is a video of the early days. Achill is a most beautiful place and still very remote - a place where our Lady would chose to appear.

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  13. Irishguy2

    Irishguy2 Guest

    Satan hold on the church is reaching their peak in their last days given 100 years give or take until 2029 or 2033.

    Destruction of the mass or changing the words of concretation is possible probably likely not in our lifetime but the next. Apostasy at its finest when it happens. Lot of bishops out there don't believe in the real presence.

    Funny enough, I sort of suddenly understood my ancestors who let their land for mass rocks in order to keep their faith but not bishops who fled around that time. I remember visiting an English town abroad for first time as I felt uneasy and uncomfortable. I never understood why was this until many years later when I found out what my ancestors did re mass rock and British occupation. It made sense cos inherited ancestral spirit although I could be wrong there.

    Laity are the bedrock of rcc but not the bishops or cardinals or popes. Once the laity goes,then most of the church is gone.
  14. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    Lets focus on who we are and why we are here with another priceless gem and classic from Grace Force USA. Ready for 15th August.

    "Freedom from Presumption" by Fr. Jim Altman

    Dear family, we're almost through to the end. What a holy, holy endeavor. So much Grace. So very much Grace. The Grace we need now, more than ever, in the midst of all the crazy stuff going on all around us. If I had any words to wrap up my part, it would be words of encouragement to keep it going, to not stop now, for we are not yet at the end of our time on earth. Rather, Our Father has chosen us to live in this time and place, to serve Him in this time and in this place. What we have endured in the abandonment of so many shepherds only is a precursor to what may be coming soon. The spiritually weakened state of so many out there will not bode well when worse things come. To me, this whole holy endeavor was a spiritual boot camp to toughen us up, to strengthen us, to fight the battles that lie ahead.

    Fr. Heilman tells me that close to 70,000 have joined in this spiritual boot camp. That is amazing. It tells us, dear family, that we are not alone. But maybe the number should have been 700,000. In fact, the grotesque abandonment by so many shepherds is all the more reason why there should have been even more than 700,000. So, why hasn't there been that many, and more? A big reason, probably the biggest reason, is the sin of Presumption.

    As always, a good starting place is Fr. John Hardon's Modern Catholic Dictionary. He states that Presumption "leads one to expect graces from God without doing anything to obtain them, and even when acting the opposite, as when sinning, the person presumes that forgiveness is assured." (etymology: Latin Praesumere, to suppose, take for granted.) Donald Attwater's A Catholic Dictionary writes similarly: Presumption is "a vice ... whereby a man expects to gain eternal life by his own strength or without merits, or to obtain pardon without repentance."

    Wow. There it is in a nutshell. I don't have to reinvent the wheel. That is the beauty of being Catholic. We have 2000 years of the Bible, 2000 years of Saints and Martyrs, 2000 years of the constant teaching of the Catholic Church, 2000 years of the unchanged and unchangeable Truth. So, unlike, say, Joel Osteen et al. who wallow in Presumption, we know that to be a disciple of Jesus the Lord, we actually must pick up our crosses daily and carry them. We must carry them not for five minutes and set them down. That's not what Jesus said. Jesus did not say "clock in, carry for 8 hours, clock out." Jesus did not say "any time after eight hours is overtime, time-and-a-half." No. The Real Jesus said, in essence, "take it from Me when you wake up, let Me hold it close while you sleep."

    Our crosses mean we actually must make an effort to grow in Grace daily. Truly, we can never be worthy of the Salvation for which Jesus endured His Passion. He does not ask us to be. He asks us only to pick up our crosses daily. Yet so many do not. Presumption is bad enough amongst Catholics, but amongst so many Protestants it is worse. That whole "I just asked JAY-zus into my heart and I'm SAAAAVED" is so much Presumption baloney. Jesus never said that. Jesus said pick up your cross. Daily.

    Amongst Catholics, there seems to be way too many with a similar attitude - an attitude that has become pervasive since we have been inculcated with all the meaningless drivel put out after Vatican II, that "oh, Our Father loves us all and doesn't want anybody to go to Hell, so I didn't do something really bad, like kill somebody, so I'm good to go." Or, as a well known shepherd recently posited, Hell really is kind of an empty place. Really? That is not what Jesus taught about Hell. And the Presumption of "I'm good enough" is not the standard Jesus set on Calvary?.

    Cardinal St. John Henry Newman brilliantly eviscerated the attitude of Presumption when he observed "that [the aim of most men] is, to all appearances, not how to please God, but how to please themselves without displeasing Him!"

    Jesus spoke specifically to such an attitude in a parable that addressed those who were convinced of their own righteousness. Remember the Pharisee "took up his position [in the Temple] and spoke this prayer to himself, 'O God, I thank you that I am not like the rest of humanity-greedy, dishonest, adulterous-or even like this tax collector." Jesus then contrasted that attitude with the sinner who "stood off at a distance and would not even raise his eyes to heaven but beat his breast and prayed, 'O God, be merciful to me a sinner.'" Jesus then said: "I tell you, the latter went home justified, not the former; for everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and the one who humbles himself will be exalted" (Lk 18:9-14). So, dear family, let us be very careful about justifying our own righteousness, and exalting our status vis-à-vis our eternal destination.

    Instead of being self-righteous, Jesus gave another parable about the right attitude of one of His disciples, or servants, quote: Is [God] grateful to that servant because he did what was commanded? ... When you have done all you have been commanded, say, 'We are unprofitable servants; we have done [only] what we were obliged to do'" (Lk 17:9-10).

    Dear family, let us conclude with a sports analogy. There is no "I" in team. That's why that Protestant attitude about "Me 'n JAY-zus" is just pure garbage. Jesus is a team effort. He calls us to be part of His team. That means that every day is another day for each team member to show up for practice - practice to be a better team player. Each person on the team has a position to play and the better the person plays, the better the team (That is why, by the way, that blowing off attendance at Holy Mass on Sunday is not just a grave personal sin, but is a grave sin against the whole team). What happens when a player doesn't show up for practice? At best, he "rides the pine." That is to say, he has to sit on the bench and the coach - in this case, God - cannot put him in to play because he hasn't practiced. He has let the whole team down. That is what happens at best. At worst - he gets kicked off the team (welcome to hell).

    Dear family, here is one last way to understand the sin of Presumption. Again, think of it as an attitude of "good enough." There is a quote, with many variations, all of which say the same thing: The attitude of "good enough" is the enemy of "great." Put another way, "the enemy of 'great' is not bad, the enemy of 'great' is 'good enough.'"

    Our Father offered up the Greatest on Calvary. Does our offering - through the carrying of our crosses - measure up to such greatness?

    The cure for the sin of Presumption is to daily strive not just to do what we have been commanded to do. That only makes us a useless servant. The cure for the sin of Presumption is to do more than we have been commanded to do.
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  15. AED

    AED Powers

    Simply wonderful! Thank you for posting. Words of wisdom desperately needed in these times.
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  16. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    You know AidanK, your observation is very interesting. I knew little or nothing about Fr McGinnity and his position along with his revulsion over the filth that poisoned the seminary in Maynooth. I thought he had been dismissed by the sodomites who came to rule the roost there, because he was and no doubt still is faithful to his Priestly calling. A man like that could not stand by and say or do nothing when he was aware of the filth.

    I often wondered like many others here on the Forum why there was such a back lash from Christina Gallagher over those who made accusations against her. Well, we know most if not all those who are given alleged messages to pass on to us are placed under the guidance of a Spiritual Director.

    In Christina's case, she was pretty much illiterate having only attended junior school and had been a carer for her own mother as far as I remember. Anyway Christina would have undoubtedly needed her Spiritual Director to write for her, as she dictated what she heard and saw.

    Well, you know how parents are often found to be pushing their children to fulfil the parents unfulfilled aspirations. In other words some parents try to get their own children to accomplish what they themselves failed to do. A Priest/Spiritual Director is like a father in my book.

    Applying this to Christina, or more specifically to Father McGinnity. I wonder if he is getting off his chest all the anger and frustration he suffered, only he is able to shout from the rooftops at those who attack Christina, because he was not able to do this for himself. This is just a personal observation in my own discernment for what the whole truth might just be. And I would not have a problem with Fr McGinnity if he has done this. Someone needs to defend Christina, After all no one would put themselves in so much danger if there was no firm belief God was involved in their lives, and asking them to pass on what He wants us to know.

    Maybe Father McGinnity is doing for Christina what he wished someone would have done for him when he must have been under enormous pressure, and unjustly so in the sight of God.

    And why should a good Priest be sacked for trying to defend the Faith, especially by sodomites who pretend to be Priests, we would call them wolves in sheeps clothing. Just my observation.
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