2010-01-10 Christ's loving call to people who are addicted to alcohol
“My beloved, write. Amen.”
“This morning I want to briefly, but with intense feelings, virtue, amen, with MY DIVINE LOVE, amen, address all the people who are addicted to alcohol, amen, and who live in Italy and in the whole world. Amen.”
“And I want to tell them, amen: MY SONS!/MY DAUGHTERS! WHAT AN IMMENSE PAIN MY DIVINE AND HUMAN HEART FEELS, AMEN, HAVING TO LOOK AT YOU AND SEE YOU SO RUINED – DEGRADED, AMEN – BECAUSE OF YOUR EXCESSIVE DRINKING, BE IT WINE AND/OR HIGHER GRADE SPIRITS! AMEN.”
“My sons/My daughters, with IMMENSE TENDERNESS – today, amen – while I change, at Cana in Galilee, the water into wine, amen, and in My Last Supper – supreme Dinner, amen – the wine into My real Blood, amen -, here, I was saying to you, chosen and dear ones, amen – chosen for those of you who received the Sacrament of Baptism, which has really made you My sons and daughters, amen, amen: sons and daughters of Highest God, amen –, here, today, I, Jesus – Jesus Christ the Alive God and Living in the stretch of centuries, which belong only to Me, amen, amen, amen –, here, My beloved, with IMMENSE DIVINE TENDERNESS, amen, I also tell you, amen: WHEN THE TEMPTATION TO DRINK GETS YOU - EVEN IF IT IS VIOLENT, AMEN - GRAB MY MOTHER’S, THE EVER BLESSED, SMALL AND STRONG ROSARY. AMEN.”
“This ROSARY WILL HELP YOU. Amen.”
“And those of you who don't have it yet should soon buy one and, before using it, amen, should have one of My catholic priests bless it. Amen.”
“Chosen ones, dear children! – there are, unfortunately, even priests and clergy, amen, among you who are addicted to drinking, and even gambling, the unworthy game,…”
“My sons, My daughters, amen, I will talk to you again – and soon, amen – but now I BEG YOU: GRAB THE ROSARY. Amen.”
“Beloved dear, I am finished. Amen. You can go … Amen.”
“About Baptism – Mine and yours, resulting from Mine, amen – I’ll talk to you about it some other time, later on. Amen.”
“Go in peace.
Christ, your God.
Amen, amen, amen.”
“I bless you, chosen one. Amen”.
Interior locutions received on January 10, 2010, Baptism of the Lord, during Eucharistic Adoration.