La Guerra del SALMO 83

 

Una alianza de países árabes vecinos de Israel atacará al país y cuando se da cuenta de que será derrotado, utilizará su arsenal atómico, principalmente en Irán, para evitar la derrota en la guerra del SALMO 83, según las profecías de Nuestra Señora de Anguera. Los extractos siguen de tres apariciones que centran la guerra.

26/02/2005 – […] La tierra del Salvador debe sufrir mucho, pero cuando se siente derrotada se defenderá con armas que difunden fuego en el cielo. La humanidad no encontrará paz porque se ha alejado de su Creador.

04/08/2005 – […] Humanity is going towards destruction. The earth will be agitated and will tremble with a great atomic holocaust. Iran will be devastated by Israel.

29/01/2011 – […] La humanidad camina hacia el abismo de la destrucción que los hombres prepararon con sus propias manos.

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La Guerra del SALMO 83

 

Un’alleanza di paesi arabi vicini di Israele attaccherà il paese e quando si rende conto che sarà sconfitto, userà il suo arsenale atomico, soprattutto in Iran, per evitare la sconfitta nella guerra del SALMO 83, in base alle profezie della Madonna di Anguera . Estratti seguono da tre apparizioni di messa a fuoco della guerra.

26/02/2005 – […] La terra del Salvatore deve soffrire molto, ma quando si sente la sconfitta si difenderà con le armi che si diffondono fuoco nel cielo. L’umanità non troverà pace, perché si è allontanata dal suo creatore.

04/08/2005 – […] L’umanità sta andando verso la distruzione. La terra sarà agitata e tremerà con una grande olocausto atomico. L’Iran sarà devastato da Israele.

29/01/2011 – […] L’umanità si sta dirigendo verso l’abisso della distruzione che gli uomini hanno preparato con le proprie mani.

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The War of PSALM 83

 

An alliance of neighboring Arab countries of Israel will attack the country and when it realizes that it will be defeated, it will use its atomic arsenal, mainly on Iran, to avoid defeat in the war of PSALM 83, according to prophecies of Our Lady of Anguera. Excerpts follow from three appearances focusing the war.

02/26/2005 – […] The land of the Savior must suffer much, but when it feels defeat it will defend itself with weapons that spread fire in the sky. Mankind will not find peace because it has gotten away from its Creator.

08/04/2005 – […] Humanity is going towards destruction. The earth will be agitated and will tremble with a great atomic holocaust. Iran will be devastated by Israel.

01/29/2011 – […] Humanity is heading towards an abyss of destruction that men have prepared with their own hands.

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A Guerra do SALMO 83

 

Uma aliança de paises árabes vizinhos de Israel atacará o país, que quando perceber que será derrotado, usará o seu arsenal atómico, principalmente sobre o Irão, para evitar a derrota na guerra do SALMO 83, segundo profetizou Nossa Senhora de Anguera. Seguem extractos de três aparições focando a Guerra.

26/03/2005 – […] O País do Salvador terá de sofrer muito, mas quando sentir a derrota se defenderá com armas que espalharão fogo pelo céu. A humanidade não encontra a paz porque os homens se distanciaram do Criador.

 04/08/2005 – […] A humanidade caminha em direção à destruição. A Terra se agitará e tremerá com o grande holocausto atómico. O Irão será devastado por Israel.

 29/01/2011 – […] A humanidade caminha para o abismo da destruição que os homens prepararam pelas suas próprias mãos.

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A Humildade

 

A humildade significa colocar Deus e as pessoas à frente dos nossos interesses egoístas, e considerar que a Criação de Deus transcende os nossos próprios interesses. A humildade significa respeitoso pelo próximo. Em vez de, “eu primeiro”, a humildade permite-nos dizer: “Não, você primeiro, meu amigo.” Incentiva-nos a atender às necessidades e exigências do próximo.

A humildade é um importante tema bíblico, porque permite paz e harmonia com todas as pessoas, dissipa a raiva e cura feridas antigas, considera a dignidade humana e distingue líderes prudentes dos arrogantes. A humildade não nega o valor próprio, antes afirma o inerente valor humano. A riqueza, o poder ou a posição obtidas à custa de outras pessoas só traz ansiedade ­– nunca paz e amor.

“Melhor é ter espírito humilde entre os oprimidos do que partilhar despojos  com os orgulhosos.” (Provérbios 16:19)

A sabedoria não pode ser encontrada ou praticada através de arrogância ou raiva. Devemos respeitar toda a criação, incluindo a humanidade. O orgulho gera desonra e a humildade sabedoria.

“O maior entre vocês deverá ser servo.  Pois todo aquele que a si mesmo se exaltar será humilhado, e todo aquele que a si mesmo se humilhar será exaltado.”  (Mateus 23:11-12)

“Chamando uma criança, colocou-a no meio deles, e disse: “Eu lhes asseguro que, a não ser que vocês se convertam e se tornem como crianças, jamais entrarão no Reino dos céus.  Portanto, quem se faz humilde como esta criança, este é o maior no Reino dos céus.”  (Mateus 18:2-4)

A Regra de Ouro contém imensa sabedoria. Se quisermos ser amados, é preciso amor primeiro. Se quisermos que nos respeitem, devemos respeitar todas as pessoas, mesmo aquelas que nos desprezam. Se quisermos ser bem sucedidos, devemos partilhar generosamente com o próximo.

Palavras influenciam relações humanas, incluindo a guerra e a paz, porque as palavras que dizemos ou escrevemos têm tremendo poder sobre o bem e o mal. Os mexericos são atos de hostilidade destinados a prejudicar reputações. Devemos evitar a tentação de danificar o caráter de alguém como um ato de preconceito ou vingança ­– previne e evita assassinato de caráter. Em vez de criticar, devemos procurar virtudes no próximo e corrigir os nossos vícios, porque o julgamento pertence a Deus.

Ninguém nos irrita, porque a ira é a nossa resposta emocional a acontecimentos, e às vezes é baseada numa interpretação errada de eventos. A raiva pode bloquear comunicação e aumentar hostilidades. A conduta humilde é uma meio perfeito para evitar disputas e ressentimentos e transformar pequenos incidentes em grandes conflitos.

“O tolo dá vazão à sua ira,mas o sábio domina-se.”  (Provérbios 29:11)

“Meus amados irmãos, tenham isto em mente: Sejam todos prontos para ouvir, tardios para falar e tardios para irar-se,  pois a ira do homem não produz a justiça de Deus.”  (Tiago 1:19-20)

O rancor priva-nos de energia, pode consumir-nos com ódio, e bloquear o gozo da vida. O rancor pode obscurecer o julgamento e levar-nos à vingança. Manter rancor e buscar vingança são negativos e Jesus disse-nos que devemos reconciliar-nos com os nossos adversários, perdoar transgressões e dissipar rancor.

“Não procurem vingança, nem guardem rancor contra alguém do seu povo, mas ame cada um o seu próximo como a si mesmo. Eu sou o Senhor.” (Levítico 19:18)

“O homem irado provoca brigas, e o de génio violento  comete muitos pecados.” (Provérbios 29:22)

É fácil responder à raiva com mais raiva, mas quando respondemos à raiva com empatia e amor, muitas vezes podemos quebrar o ciclo de ódio e converter os nossos inimigos em amigos. Jesus ensinou-nos a amar os nossos inimigos:

­­­­­­­­­­­“Vocês ouviram o que foi dito: ‘Ame o seu próximo e odeie o seu inimigo’.  Mas eu lhes digo: Amem os seus inimigos e orem por aqueles que os perseguem,  para que vocês venham a ser filhos de seu Pai que está nos céus. Porque ele faz raiar o seu sol sobre maus e bons e derrama chuva sobre justos e injustos.  Se vocês amarem aqueles que os amam, que recompensa vocês receberão? Até os publicanos fazem isso!  E se saudarem apenas os seus irmãos, o que estarão fazendo de mais? Até os pagãos fazem isso!  Portanto, sejam perfeitos como perfeito é o Pai celestial de vocês.” (Mateus 5:43-48)

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Humility

 

Humility means putting God and other persons ahead of our own selfish interests, and considers that God’s creation transcends our own narrow interests.  Humility means courteously respectful of others. Rather than, “Me first,” humility allows us to say, “No, you first, my friend.”  It encourages us to meet the needs and demands of others.

Humility is a major biblical theme because allows peace and harmony with all persons, dissipates anger and heals old wounds, regards human dignity and distinguishes wise from arrogant leaders. Humility does not deny one’s worth, rather affirms inherent human worth. Wealth, power or status gained at the expense of others brings only anxiety ­– never peace and love.

“It is better to be of a humble spirit with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud.” (Proverbs 16:19)

Wisdom cannot be found or practiced through arrogance or anger. As servants of God, we must respect all of God’s creation, including humanity. Pride brings dishonor and humility wisdom.

“But the greatest among you shall be your servant. And whoever exalts himself shall be humbled and whoever humbles himself shall be exalted.”  (Matthew 23:11-12)

“Truly I say to you, unless you are converted and become like children, you shall not enter the kingdom of heaven. Whoever then humbles himself as this child, he is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:2-4)

The Golden Rule contains a lot of wisdom. If we wish to be loved, we must love first. If we wish to be respected, we must respect all persons, even those we despise. If we wish to be fulfilled in our lives, we must share generously with others.

Words may influence human relationships including war or peace for the words we say or write have tremendous power over good or evil.  Gossip is an act of hostility intended to harm someone’s reputation. We must avoid the temptation to harm someone’s character as an act of prejudice or prejudice ­– prevent and avoid character assassination. Rather than criticizing others, we should look for virtues in them and try to correct our vices for judgment belongs to God.

No one makes us angry, because anger is our own emotional response to events, and  is sometimes based on a misinterpretation of events. Anger may block communication and escalate hostilities.

It is all too easy to react to life’s annoyances and disappointments with anger. It is far more challenging, but much better, to react with understanding and empathy. In this way, we can quickly settle disputes and avoid turning minor incidents into major conflicts. The humble demeanor is a perfect tool for preventing disputes and hard feelings.

“A fool always loses his temper, but a wise man holds it back.”  (Proverbs 29:11)

“Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, for man’s anger does not bring about the righteous life that God desires.” (James 1:19-20)

A grudge deprives us of energy, can consume us with hatred, and block enjoyment of life. A grudge clouds our judgment and may lead us to revenge. Bearing a grudge and seeking revenge are never appropriate responses to a perceived wrong. Jesus told us we must reconcile with our adversaries, forgive their transgressions, and dissipate anger.

“‘Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against one of your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the LORD.” (Leviticus 19:18)

“An angry man stirs up dissension, and a hot-tempered one commits many sins.” (Proverbs 29:22)

It is easy to respond to anger with even more anger, but when we respond to anger with empathy and love, we can often break the cycle of hatred and convert even our enemies into friends.  Jesus taught us to love our enemies.

“There is a saying, ‘Love your friends and hate your enemies.’ But I say: Love your enemies! Pray for those who persecute you! In that way you will be acting as true sons of your Father in heaven. For he gives his sunlight to both the evil and the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust too. If you love only those who love you, what good is that? Even scoundrels do that much. If you are friendly only to your friends, how are you different from anyone else? Even the heathen do that. But you are to be perfect, even as your Father in heaven is perfect.” (Matthew 5:43-48)

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Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

 

The article is an adaptation of an essay Michael Brown penned for the Spirit Daily.

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Venerable Anne Catherine Emmerich was born to a poor German family of peasants on September 8, 1774. She entered an Augustinian convent in 1802. When the convent was closed in 1812, due to the Napoleonic Wars, she moved to a private home, where she resided until her death on February 2, 1824.

From childhood she experienced many extraordinary mystical graces. Before becoming a nun she endured the pains of the crown of thorns and in 1808 those of the wounds of Christ. In 1812 the stigmata became visible.

On May 13, 1820, the nun saw that “the Church of Peter was undermined by a plan evolved by the secret sect, while storms were damaging it. But I saw also that help was coming when distress had reached its peak. I saw again the Blessed Virgin ascend on the Church and spread her mantle [over it]. I saw a Pope who was at once gentle and very firm… I saw a great renewal, and the Church rose high in the sky.”

On September 12, 1820, according to Catholic Prophecy, Sister Emmerich foresaw “a strange church being built against every rule… No angels were supervising the building operations. In that church, nothing came from high above… There was only division and chaos. It is probably a church of human creation, following the latest fashion.

“I saw again the strange big church that was being built. There was nothing holy in it. I saw this just as I saw a movement led by ecclesiastics to which contributed angels, saints, and other Christians. But there [in the strange new big church] all the work was being done mechanically. Everything was being done according to human reason.

“I saw all sorts of people, things, doctrines, and opinions. There was something proud, presumptuous, and violent about it. I did neither see a single angel nor a single saint helping in the work. But far away in the background, I saw the seat of a cruel people armed with spears, and I saw a laughing figure which said: ‘Do build it as solid as you can; we will pull it to the ground.'”

From August to October of 1820, the Venerable Emmerich wrote: “I see more martyrs, not now but in the future… I saw a secret sect relentlessly undermining the great Church. Near them I saw a horrible beast coming up from the sea. All over the world, good and devout people, especially the clergy, were harassed, oppressed, and put into prison. When the Church had been for the most part destroyed and when only the sanctuary and altar were still standing, I saw the wreckers enter the Church with the Beast. There, they met a Woman of noble carriage who seemed to be with Child because she walked slowly. “At this sight, the enemies were terrorized.” After great tribulation, the nun saw the Church “promptly rebuilt,” with the Blessed Mother “more magnificent than ever.”

On September 20, 1820, Sister Emmerich “saw the Church of St. Peter destroyed but the sanctuary and the main altar. St. Michael came down into the Church, clad in his suit of armor, and he paused, threatening with his sword a number of unworthy pastors who wanted to enter.”

On October 4, 1820, the mystic wrote: “When I saw the Church of St. Peter in ruins, and the manner in which so many of the clergy were themselves busy at this work of destruction — none of them wishing to do it openly in front of the others — I was in such distress that I cried out to Jesus with all my might, imploring His mercy.

“Then I saw before me the Heavenly Spouse, and He spoke to me for a long time. He said, among other things, that this translation of the Church from one place to another meant that she would seem to be in complete decline. But she would rise again; even if there remained but one Catholic, the Church would conquer again because she does not rest on human counsels and intelligence.”

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Sister Emmerich’s visions focus on the contemporary Church Crisis, but she stated the Church will rise again.

“I saw again the Blessed Virgin ascend on the Church and spread her mantle [over it]. I saw a Pope who was at once gentle and very firm… I saw a great renewal, and the Church rose high in the sky,” wrote the nun. Petrus Romanus is perhaps the pontiff mentioned in the excerpt.  Consult the article Our Lady of Anguera and Petrus Romanus.

“But she [the Church] would rise again; even if there remained but one Catholic, the Church would conquer again because she does not rest on human counsels and intelligence,” said the Holy Spirit.  Christ founded the Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Spirit is guiding her till Christ’s Second Coming.  Brethren, Surrender to the Holy Spirit during The Great Spiritual War.

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