Three Days of Darkness

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Christ asked Sister Faustina to communicate Divine Mercy in The End Times.  The article Divine Mercy and Second Coming stresses the theme. 

 

“Apostle of My mercy, proclaim to the whole world My unfathomable mercy. Do not be discouraged by the difficulties you encounter in proclaiming My mercy. These difficulties that affect you so painfully are needed for your sanctification and as evidence that this work is Mine. My daughter, be diligent in writing down every sentence I tell you concerning My mercy, because this is meant for a great number of souls who will profit from it.” (Diary 1142)

 

The Lord also asked Sister Faustina to write an important prophecy leading to Christ’s Second Coming.

 

“Write this: before I come as the just Judge, I am coming first as the King of Mercy. Before the day of justice arrives, there will be given to people a sign in the heavens of this sort:

All lights in the heavens will be extinguished, and there will be great darkness over the whole earth. Then the sign of the cross will be seen in the sky, and from the openings where the hands and the feet of the Savior where nailed will come forth great lights which will light up the earth for a period of time. This will take place shortly before the last day.” (Diary 83)

 

The prophecy is not in the Book of Revelation, but has been announced by many mystics including Padre Pio and Blessed Anna-Maria Taigi.  “GO TO CHURCH!” and seek Penance to mitigate the chastisement of The Three Days of Darkness.

When an identical prophecy has been made by widely separated people in time and space, the prophecy was accompanied by other fulfilled prophecies, and the holiness of the mystics in question has been recognized by the Church, we should believe that the prophecy must come to pass.

Lukewarm Catholics, care about salvation, quit sinful behavior, and seek the sacrament of Penance.

 

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2 Responses to Three Days of Darkness

  1. miry stamatakis says:

    As I read the passages, I was struck and was touched and I do not know what I call myself a lukewarm catholic or a devote catholic or whatever I call myself. But I want to do is to is to maintain my stand as catholic to obey the commandments of God.

    • That is perfect! Jesus said: “Be holy as your Father who is in heaven.” Spirituality is a quest to perfection, and we must move consistently closer to God. Please answer this question just to yourself: do you seek seasonally the sacrament of Penance?

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