One Hundred Forty Ninth Letter to the Filipinos

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Jesus Christ was talking to people with parables to reveal secrets and determine truth to all world , parable of yeast is one of those parables mentioned in Bible .

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Click on the following link to retrieve the article “Messages to Japanese Visionaries”.

https://meditationsoncatholicism.blog/2020/06/01/messages-to-japanese-visionaries/

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I believe we will have Pope Peter II in the Philippines soon, and your country will become the hub of the restored Roman Catholic Church.

The Holy Spirit asked me to give you a message. Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion in your country, about 81% of the population. He asked for baptized Catholics who have not received the sacrament of Confirmation to receive it now for empowerment against rampant evil.

According to recent studies, over 60% of people in Japan are atheists. Heaven has a program for Japan and the Illumination of Conscience is a supreme component of the program.

In 2005, Japan had approximately 509,000 Catholics —about 0.5% of the population, and by 2014, Japan had approximately 440,000 Catholics.

“He told them still another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into about sixty pounds of flour until it worked all through the dough.” (Matthew 13:33)

According to Jesus, the kingdom of heaven is like yeast used to leaven an entire batch of dough. The kingdom of God begins to transform everything after introduction into the world.

Paul said in (2 Corinthians 2:14-17) the “aroma of Christ” had an influence wherever the apostles went. Paul wrote about the believers as a new creation in (2 Corinthians 5:17). The transformation occurs at every level: individual, communal and global.

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