Be Not Afraid: God Has a Plan

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I have been searching for just the right word to describe to you what my work is. I have thought of ambassador, as that captures much of what I am sent for. But a reader, speaking on another matter, gave me the perfect word: Sherpa.

I have not been given messages primarily to share with the world. From a profusion of visitations, I have often been forbidden to share it with anyone but my priests. Frankly, on the rare occasions that I am directed to give a specific message – either to a person or publicly – it makes me nervous. I was not sent primarily to warn people. Rather, I was trained, spent a good chunk of time seeing the world from the other side of eternity, because my work was primarily to accompany the world, the faithful, our pastors, our shepherds, the broken-hearted and those who had lost hope – and give all safe guidance through these terrible times IF these times had to come. I am not in charge of the expedition, but am charged with helping it safely navigate dangerous uncharted terrain and am responsible for doing it well. My purpose is very limited…to guide us through this safely. That’s all. Once it is over, my work is done. If it had never come, I would not have been needed. It is why I have been visited constantly for over 50 years…so I would know the territory well when it came time to guide God’s people safely through its dangers.

The great majority of things I am shown are for me, so that I know the territory. Much I am forbidden to speak of. Some snippets I am allowed…and some things I am forbidden for a time, and then allowed to speak a little of if I choose. One of the most emphatic instructions I have been given is that I was to fully accept the training, to learn to see a little as they see from eternity, then study deeply the matters I am directed to from there. Then I am to take full responsibility for what I say. I was to learn the territory from God, then guide people into and through the territory of the Storm, but not to blame God for any of my guidance along the way – though I am accountable to Him for how I do my job – and entirely subordinate and obedient to the Church along the way. It has been a long, rocky and difficult road. But it is my road, and there is a certain joy in that. Now we have reached a point where I can – and need – to speak to you candidly about several things on how the world will be shaking out in this Storm. It will encompass some of why Russia is critically important to the whole thing.

When an older person reaches a critical stage, their systems start collapsing in a sort of cascade. That is what is happening in the world right now. We are seeing the catastrophic cascade of systems shutting down and failing as a sign of the death of the old order. I have long ago seen this. I’ve mentioned before how frustrated I get that no matter how carefully I try to describe it, people just can’t seem to wrap their mind around genuine catastrophic collapse. The systems that have sustained us are dying around us, before our very eyes. I did not know all the instruments of that collapse, but did know the depth and breadth of it. The old must be wiped away before the new can emerge. (Or as one who could have been a Sherpa once said, “Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore”). I was told that in the ever-deepening spiral of chaos and disorder, there would be a few false dawns that those who were determined to hold to their own supremacy could grab to delude themselves that they had everything under control again – only to shortly see things spiral even deeper out of control. So on Ebola, ISIS, the fragile economy, the rumblings of war throughout the globe, the collapse of defensible borders, the emergence of nuclear capacity in rogue regimes, some crises may yet be eased – but only so the arrogant can deceive themselves that they are in control again. But all will come crashing down as the process of collapse concludes. There may be no more significant false dawns except the one I will describe later in this article. The cycle of crises and false dawns were intended for the period of rumblings. That period ran from early fall of 2000 until late spring of 2009, when ever so silently, the first deceptively gentle rains of the Storm were felt. Actually, I don’t think any of the crises we face will lift; that they are all part of the final crash which announces the Storm is fully engaged – but I do not know that for sure; only that the final crash is now imminent.

I long ago said – and often repeated – that I had been told the Storm would break through North Korea but would not be centered in North Korea. It already has. Back in May of 2009. Not to worry, I did not recognize it when it happened, either. Rather, while discussing in June of that year with someone else about “when the Storm breaks…” my angel interrupted and told me it already had. He explained that the nuclear test that North Korea did in May of 2009 was more than it seemed…that it was actually N. Korea’s audition to act as nuclear arms merchant and technical consultant to some Middle Eastern rogues, that representatives from several nations, including Iran and Syria had been present – and that agreement had been reached. The Storm had broken. I told my priests but otherwise downplayed it. Last year, American intelligence confirmed that Iran and Syria had been present at that test and that N. Korea had been engaged as technical consultant and supplier to Middle Eastern maniacs. It may be that N. Korea will commit some new showy atrocity to herald the fulness of the Storm, but whether it does or not, the Storm broke in May of 2009.

For the most part, I just skim over modern prophecy, even those that are approved, getting the general sweep of them. That was once a matter of discipline, as my priests did not want me mixing what I saw with what others had, so it might be more carefully authenticated. I fully concurred – as I was hoping for some big contradiction that would give me a way out (even Sherpas aren’t overly enthused about climbing dangerous mountains in perilous weather if they can avoid it). Over time, it became a matter of prudence – and now simply one of trust. I figure anything I need to give attention to, my angel will tell me, so I wait for his word. I neither avoid them nor do I follow them or try to interpret them until I am directed by my superiors.

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One prophetic item that has arisen lately is that communism must rise again before the Storm is fully engaged. It frankly surprises me that anyone could fail to see that it has already risen with a vengeance throughout the world. I guess people are waiting for Joe Stalin to rise again in his goofy uniform. Communism had three central elements, leading to a fundamental article of faith. The three elements are:

1) A fatally flawed political system, supposedly a dictatorship of the people for the people’s benefit. It demanded central governmental control, commanding people what to do for their own good. As it turned out, it was just a dictatorship – doomed to failure.

2) A fatally flawed economic system that, through the central command of the “dictatorship of the people,” would provide equally for everyone’s needs and wants. It vastly impoverished the land, destroying everything in its path. The only equality it ever provided was an equality of misery for the proletariat. Meanwhile, those in the system who were dictators in reality rather than just in theory, got an abundance of special privileges and goods because their work was so important to “the people.” It, too, was doomed to failure from the start.

3) The replacement of religion with a cult of the state. The Russian Revolution institutionalized the toxic ideology that good can only be done without reference to God, which is the very spirit of antichrist.

The Primary Article of Faith for Communism arising from these principles was the God is dead and man is now god. This is the formula for the rule of raw power.

Throughout the western world, the first two principles have been adopted in an often ragged, but certainly relentless manner. The rule of objective law, consent of the governed and inalienable rights have been gutted of their substance even as the fig leaf of a few forms have been retained. Economically, in the land of the free, market capitalism has been replaced by crony capitalism – which is a new phrase for economic fascism (I say that in the technical, rather than the pejorative, sense. Private ownership that must yield to public direction is the heart of economic fascism, a form of socialism). The third principle has been adopted entirely, almost throughout the western world – and that was satan’s point in engineering the rise of communism in Russia in the first place. Communism reigns more militantly and virulently than ever.

In a great convulsion over the last decade, most of the western world fully adopted government as its new god, even as it rejected the God of Abraham, Isaac, Peter and Paul. These last few weeks, every time government or one of its agencies makes a solemn pronouncement, within a day or two it is shown to be entirely wrong or an utter fabrication. I think God is amusing Himself a little – saying starkly to mankind, “Behold your god!” This is one of the necessary prerequisites: people must see the false gods for what they are before they get serious about the search for the true God. And so…these things must come.

For several centuries those of us in the west have lived in a cocoon of protection, contemplating the hard demands and realities of faith in a hothouse environment. Those of you with children – particularly two or more, know what I mean. People who have no children are great – and annoying – experts on how to raise children. If you don’t believe it, just ask them. And then if they have their own, their certain expertise goes flying out the window as they are confronted with reality. (A truly satisfying experience for those of us in the trenches who have occasionally been condescendingly lectured to by the childless. I used to LOVE it when people who had once been eager to tell me what I was doing wrong came to me in panic for advice once they actually had kids of their own.) We have had a luxury. We have dealt with the theory of how we would act under serious duress. Now we are going to find out how we will act under the reality of serious duress. Do you admire those saints of old who went into leper colonies to give consolation while certain that you would be counted among them? Ebola means you may well get your chance to prove your faith. What happens at the refuges when someone who has Ebola comes in looking for help? Are you certain that you would eagerly be martyred – and will remain resolutely pacifist under the most trying circumstances? A whole host of ISIS affiliates have made their way back into America and Europe – usually with the help of the government charged with protecting people. When some go off on a murderous rampage where you are, you will get the chance to choose and prove your belief. All the confident certainties borne of dealing with theory are about to be tested.

When final crash comes (and as I said, it is imminent. Do not be deceived even if things smooth out for a month. It is here), there will be a period of utter chaos for, I believe, about four to six months. I know very little of the detail of what happens in this period. Just that it is entirely chaotic, all the props are pulled out from under us. This will be a very dangerous period. But the truth is, after the initial convulsions and during the state of disorientation, the greatest killer will be panic. Be deliberate about the decisions you make. You may need to hunker down, you may need to flee. But be deliberate in what you choose. You won’t be able to drive events, but don’t let them drive you. Your goal during this time is to endure. Devote yourself to helping those around you then. It is not just for their good: it will protect you from panic and may save your life. Know that after a time, order will rise again. It will be different from the way things have been, but it will be real order. During this period of chaos, I know little more than you do about what I will do. But just as if I were in a canoe navigating the rapids, I will be both deliberate and decisive. Endure.

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Once order rises again, there will be a period of transition. There may be several upheavals in leadership before we finally reach some form of stability. This could last a month; it could last a year – or a little more. I realize that, with all my experience of these things, I have estimated the time needed for certain things as man measures it, not as God does when His hand is moving. Things I thought must take significant time can happen at lightning speed when God acts. Once some vestigial stability is reached, the first order of business will be to raise a shattered nation – actually, a shattered civilization, off its knees. Restore some confidence by putting it back to real, productive work. Get it going so it can be prepared for the civilizational challenges ahead. Once that has been done, Islam must be confronted and defeated. The surprise there will be how quickly it falls once it is taken seriously and confronted. Helping will be Our Lady of Tepeyac, the Mother of Conversion. There will be a mass conversion in Islam, largely driven by its women, that will eclipse the conversion of the Aztec Indians when she first came. But it will not begin to happen until we take it seriously and confront it directly.

The popular diplomatic trope in the modern western world is both condescending and paternalistic. For all their blather about smart diplomacy and multiculturalism, the progressive west is amazingly narcissistic and uni-cultural. They imagine that all peoples are just like westerners in a faculty lounge – and that all the ills of the world are in response to what we in the west have done. It is a more subtle cultural imperialism than the direct variety that actually lifted many up to liberty and hope, but it reserves to modern progressives the role of the one who acts while reducing the rest of the world to those who respond. The anti-religious progressives can’t actually imagine people who really are not like them and do not want to be like them. There are three very important cultures that will be prominent in the struggle ahead – and one other that has an important late role that I know little detail about.

First there is western culture. It will, in fact, be largely led from America (when I say America now, unless I specify, I mean both Canada and the United States. If they are not cultural brothers, they are at least first cousins raised in the same neighborhood among the same kith and kin). Europe is an enfeebled outpost. Australia is a more robust outpost that can call itself to arms with vigor and resolve. The salient feature in the coming battle is the resurgence of traditional western Christian faith. Some of the oppression of Christians from modern progressives has been a blessing, for it has diminished the divisions in functional Christianity. A united front will be crucial for survival. As badly degraded as Christian faith has become in America, the situation is much more dire in Europe.

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Next there is Chinese culture. China is the primary instrument of the antichrist in the battle to come. The dragon is its most appropriate symbol. Most of the non-aligned cultures will be dominated by China or will ultimately join the west. China is already much stronger militarily than almost anyone outside of it knows, except perhaps for Russia. It has been slowly and quietly gathering its forces, using proxies (often they are unwitting, but still effective, proxies) to soften up the west and Russia. China seeks to dominate the barbarians – which is what they consider every culture but their own – and impose their will on the whole world, which will kneel in fealty or bow in tribute. China is patient.

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Russia is the great fulcrum. It has lived a 1,000-year identity crisis. The crisis became acute in the late 17th Century when Peter the Great determinedly shifted it towards the west. Ever since, Russia has tried to figure out whether it is a Western Power or a Eurasian Orthodox Power. Russia has historically been the center of Orthodox Christian Civilization, despite the aberration of atheist communism. Though it is not obvious to Americans, the Orthodox churches have historically been subordinate to the state, sort of a junior partner, especially in Russia. In that and some other senses, the schism between the eastern and western branches of Christianity in 1052 was a greater catastrophe for unity than the Reformation 500 years ago. If Russia fully casts its lot with the west, than we will endure the battle with China until rescue comes from heaven. In western Christianity, the state has traditionally acted independently in its political functions, but derives its legitimacy from the Church. They have had complementary roles – at least until Napolean pointedly crowned himself emperor, rather than accepting crowning by the Pope. Until Russia unites with the west, things will get dicier and dicier once China throws off its mask. But Russia will not fully cast its lot with the west until Catholicism and Orthodoxy reunify. A functional reunification is sufficient during the Storm, even if formal reunification must await the aftermath. (And I don’t say it must await that, only that formal reunification is not necessary for functional reunification to commence).

This is why, over the last decade or so, I have viewed Russian military adventurism with some bemusement. While not happy with how they use their martial prowess, I am glad they still value and hone it because we are going to need it all. I was told that America would voluntarily hollow out much of its military capacity and castrate its best military leaders. I struggled to believe it, but I have watched it happen these last few years. Europe and NATO have been paper tigers for several decades now.

You may think I have forgotten Islamic Culture, which is making a lot of noise right now. It is as showy and frothy as waves at sea in a Storm, but like those waves, it lacks the deep elemental power of the tide – which China does not lack. Islam is a hopelessly dissolute culture. The famous innovations of supposedly Islamic Culture, such as advanced mathematics, are not products of Islamic culture at all – but products of Arab Culture before Islam rose to gut it of its creative capacity. Even now, Islam is riotous and malicious, but it is far more often a tool of Chinese diplomacy than it understands. It will fall easily once it is taken seriously. But the west must take care to wage war against Islam, while recognizing the longing of most Muslims for God. If, in the battle, the west alienates Muslims, their culture may well fall to the Chinese side of the equation for the duration of the Storm. It is only after the defeat of Islam that the desperate confrontation with China will become apparent and be joined.

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Northeast, or Sub-Saharan Africa is Muslim. As the battle with Islam goes, so will it go. Southwest Africa is largely Christian, and growing more so by the day. I have high hopes it will become a bastion of western civilization, but do not know.

Latin America will play a critical and positive role in the battle near the end. I do not know what that role is, but I know it is vital – and may even prove decisive in fortifying us all with the courage to endure until the rescue.

So perhaps you see a little of why I make the emphases I do. The unity of Christians and Jews in loving and co-operating with each other is more important than the disposition of nations – for that unity will drive the disposition of those nations, not vice versa. The battle is unwinnable. At every juncture, new terrors will be unveiled. And at every new terror, new graces will be poured forth if we keep to our post with steadfast resolve. Throughout the Storm, satan’s agents will be felt in political and religious spheres. He would destroy the whole thing from within were it possible. But it is not.

I have said gently, but firmly, before that you need to keep to your post faithfully. I will tell you bluntly now that if you cannot help yourself from primarily correcting the errors of others and meddling in business that is not within your purview, you will probably not physically survive the Storm. That is not to say your soul will be lost. Rather, where possible, God will work to put you in a final state of grace and then pluck you to save you for eternity. I say this not to scare you, but as a simple truth. Things are going to be perilous enough without angry or hysterical people bringing others down.

This is also why I don’t pay attention to much more than what I am called to do. If I did, I might get distracted and neglect the work that is needed. My estimates of time frames may be – and probably are – off on several instances. Mainly, I am given information, much of it for follow-up, and then must make determinations. If I were an angel I would understand enough to get it right. But I am just a man. If you think I have held something back, you don’t know the half of it. I have held a lot back. But when I refrain, I merely refrain. On those things I say I do not know, I really do not know. While I sympathize with curiosity and will answer some things I can, that is not where my duty lies. It is to prepare us with each step for what lies ahead so that you do not lose heart, that we all go forward with resolve. That mainly involves laying out what is just ahead, so no one is caught off guard and suddenly disheartened. There is more to be said, but this has been my longest and most difficult post to date, so I am going to close now, hoping and praying that I can be a useful Sherpa throughout the Storm. When all else closes in around you, remember what will never fail, what will sustain you throughout. Acknowledge God, take the next right step and be a sign of hope to those around you. Trust-Do-Love.

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About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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206 Responses to Be Not Afraid: God Has a Plan

  1. Patricia says:

    Charlie,
    So, knowing that this is all unfolding, how do we tactfully let others ( and/or spouses) know, who have no idea what is happening, (and if we told them it would be the “here is the gloom and doom again”) that we are keeping plans to a minimum, such as vacations and holidays????
    Thank you.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Well, on that matter, the incompetent handling of Ebola has given you a bit of an out. You can just say you lack confidence in the way authorities are handling things – and that you want to scale back until you feel they have gotten protocols for handling both it and the public transportation it is found out properly handled. (Liable to be a long wait, but it is a fairly simple out, even if a few people think you are a little jittery.) You don’t need to explain everything, just give a plausible reason that is not untrue. Shoot, I’ve been doing that all my life. Saying I know something because my angel assured me it is so would have aroused concern or doused credibility, so I literally have spent a lifetime manufacturing mundane ‘covers’ for people to assume.

      Back in my media days, people thought I was a mastermind because of my deadly accuracy on predicting political races, including upsets. I made a great show of going and getting stacks of data printouts from clerks and election officials offices – making sure I went to ones that I knew were a little gossipy. I would immediately put them in a file cabinet I had at the office, usually never to be glanced at again – and enjoyed the stories of how I pored over all these things in minute detail. I had my cover, they had their plausible assumption, all was well.

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    • I waswondering the same thing and came up with Enola as our excuse as to why we haven’t put our deposit down on a cruise for next fall. 😄

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  2. Arby says:

    Hi Charlie, I might be going into uncomfortable territory here for you.

    But can you explain a mapping from these events to the 7 seals and/or 7 bowls of revelation
    Or alternatively recommend a source. Certainly you must be a fan(have studied rigorously) of the book of Revelation.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Arby, it may surprise you, but Revelations is the book I spend the least time with. Generally I only go to it for specific reasons, or to review something with my priest directors. I would recommend that you go to Mark Mallett’s site, linked at right. Use the search feature for the 7 seals. Mark and I have discussed that a little. He has done some serious work on it, which he is unveiling now in some of his writings.

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      • Arby says:

        Yes am surprised.
        As to Mallet, been there done that.
        He references the 7 seals for our time, but you reference a war with China, which implies battling the 200 million man army which is one of the 7 bowls(being unspecific w/o looking).
        Which would presumably be the “Second Coming”, not the “Little Chastisement” .

        Oh well, what you say , doesnt mean we wont have to battle China a second time.
        Not unheard of in history.
        Just wondering how all this maps into Revelation.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Please understand that the Lord has dealt with me in an intimate way. He has not told me to figure out how it all maps together – in fact has, at times warned me away from it. Rather, my sole purpose is to help guide people through what we are dealing with now. Within what I am called to, my scope is very broad; but outside of the specific work I am given, it is very narrow. I have got way too much on my plate to spend time on that which I am not commanded to nor held responsible for. I really am very focused almost exclusively on my little piece. I have to be.

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  3. Mary W. says:

    Hi Charlie. You know what you say about China, Islam and Russia is just what Nostradamus predicted. That the great Satan will come from the East (China) and join with Persia (Iran, Islam), and that Russia will finally come to the aid of the West at the very last moment. Have thought the same things you are saying since childhood. Perhaps God talks to me too.

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  4. Jacqueline Nevinger says:

    Dear Charlie, My first note to you tho I have thought of it several times. I read every scrap that you write including the others like Mark M…thank you for knowing your post and being faithful. I always look forward to reading it.

    My post? There was a time when I thought I knew it. But that has passed. And since our retirement I’m not sure at all. There is still interest and energy in this aging body to serve. I’ve asking the Father and Blessed Mother repeatedly to show me or tell me in some fashion. Nothing comes. The few little things I’ve had some interest in have been blocked. Persistent, pondering prayer has received no replies.

    I can’t imagine my job is to take other peoples inventories! Correct their behavior? I was warned off that a long time ago. The glaring errors of others are easy to see and to try and remove the splinter in another’s eye keeps me from doing something about the plank in my own! I truly have many weaknesses of my own. What credibility would I have?

    I know the storm is here tho it is not obvious to most. I have felt it it in my bones and heart for some time. I have tried to prepare by growing and freezing food, generator, etc but surmise I may have to leave it all behind! I don’t think I will survive the storm. That, I’m gradually coming to know. That…or the old me will will so thoroughly die that the new me is unrecognizable. Not sure which one I dread the most. 😉

    Satan is strong! As are his minions. I see his activity in my family, my friends, and my Church. Being gifted with a little intuition it’s obvious the devil’s rage is spewed out on the Church and the family is under siege. I blame the powerful media for much of it. For example, look what sports have become. I look at it as a religion. Complete with temples, (enormous stadiums), high priests, and congregations! They even meet on Sunday. How can this not damage both family and church?

    Truly, the Mark of the Beast is an ideology! Good call.

    Thanks for reading my email. God Bless you,

    Jacquie

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  5. Marita says:

    Dear Charlie,

    Again, thank you so much for your obedience to God in such a mighty mission. We all appreciate this guidance, even those like me whom the Lord has been preparing for this, I call it tribulation, for over thirty years.

    I just want to relay two experiences the Lord gave me in advance to help me through this all. The first one was about five years ago. I was starting to watch the movie “Blade Runner” with Harrison Ford, I had never seen it before, and the scene at the beginning of the movie was Harrison sitting in the pouring rain reading the Help Wanted Ads in the newspaper. A food vendor at one of those outside stands caught his eye and motioned for Harrison to come over, he did, and the food guy gave him a free meal to eat. Right then the Lord spoke to me saying “This is how it will be for you, when you need food, it will be given to you, when you need shelter, it will be given to you, whatever you need when you most need it, it will be there for you.” What a tremendous consolation. JESUS I TRUST IN YOU!!!
    The second one happened around the same time. I was driving home from work on the freeway praying the Rosary, the traffic on my side going south was flowing great, no slow downs at all, then I noticed the northbound lanes were at a standstill, total gridlock. They weren’t going anywhere. Then the Lord spoke to me clear as a bell saying “When you see everyone trying to flee, you are to stay put.” Those words are so comforting to me because I can just imagine family members trying to decide what to do or where to go and I already know to tell them, we’re staying put.
    One last thing. Last month my whole prayer group went on a retreat for the weekend and this is a vision the Lord gave me in prayer. Jesus and I were walking down a very hilly country road, Jesus was holding my hand and I noticed the robe He was wearing was really big, big enough for two people. Then I noticed that the sky was very dark and ominous looking in the direction we were going in and it was very scary, I wanted to say to him, don’t you think we should go the other way, away from the storm? But I didn’t, Jesus just kept His eyes on the road ahead and never said anything to me, but He was holding my hand very tightly. All of a sudden it was a tornado that we were walking into and before I could react Jesus took that oversized robe of His half off of Him and wrapped me in the other half, so we were sharing it, and He had a killer grip on my hand. We walked right into the tornado and it was violent. The wind kept picking me up but all the time Jesus’s grip on me brought me back down, also I was being hit by flying debris and being banged up and bruised, it was not pleasant at all, but Jesus was right there not letting me go. The vision ended right there, we didn’t emerge from the tornado in the vision, we were still in it when it ended. I was surprised by the violence of it, and the fact that I was being injured, when I emerge from the tornado, I’m going to be in pretty bad shape physically, but I am wrapped in Jesus’s robe and He has a tight grip on me, so I’m not going to be lost. THANK GOD!

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    • BB says:

      Wow Marita, thank you for writing this! I read it with great interest. Today again at Mass I asked Our Lord if there was something I should be doing, planning, thinking about. But again, nothing. No indication about direction. But now I read your post, and the words you wrote leapt off the page at me; ““When you see everyone trying to flee, you are to stay put.” I think this is my answer. I’ll keep praying and discerning, but thank you so much for sharing these messages you received from God.

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  6. Nancy Davidson says:

    Dear Charlie,
    I, along with so many, have been waiting for this post. When I first read it, I was kind of overwhelmed- -very sad and somewhat anxious. I realized that the sadness was for my dear children and grandchildren, who are quite unaware of the seriousness of the Storm and are in most ways unprepared. Even now as I write this I am tearful, my heart hurts, because I love them so and I don’t know how to help them accept reality. Some of my children and grandchildren aren’t at all sure God even exists. Some of them have left the Church without looking for another place to practice their faith, and so they have become lukewarm. One of them went and found another church that they are very happy with, and I’m glad they are practicing their Christian faith, but I am so sad that they have left the sacraments – especially the Holy Eucharist – behind.
    My dear husband went home to be with the Lord in March of 2013, and I miss having him beside me to weather this Storm together and to pray for our family together. I ask him every day to pray for us and watch over us, and I know he’s doing that, so I give thanks to God that he is in a safe place in these dark days.
    Your words help me and guide me as I try each day to listen to God, take the next right step and be a sign of hope. I cannot tell you how grateful I am for this website, which offers so much encouragement and food for the soul, a place to be with others who “speak the language” and give me the strength to carry on.
    I do, thank God, also have the JOY of the Lord in my heart and I have no trouble finding things to thank our good God for every day. He is Goodness Itself, He is trustworthy and altogether true, and I find shelter in His Love and invincible hope in His promises. It’s just that today, and this post, was a day for sorrow for our poor world, for poor sinners everywhere, because we have finally brought God’s judgment on ourselves. I pray that all who believe in His mercy and salvation will be very, very fruitful in our work of witnessing to His unfathomable love in every aspect of our lives. Blest be God in His angels and His saints.

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  7. Julee says:

    Greetings Charlie. I’m a relatively new reader to your site, having discovered you via Mark Mallet’s site. After reading most of your pieces, I have to say I’m overwhelmed. It’s a lot of information to take in and I’m left to ponder why I was led to your site. One reassuring sign it’s for good reasons — in discussing some of your pieces with my sister, she was motivated to go to confession and back to Mass after a brief absence. In addition, my husband, who’s only been to confession once since becoming Catholic eleven years ago, is also planning to go. Good fruits and reassuring to me! My biggest concern then, in response to all you’ve shared, is whether I’ll be able to persevere in my faith when faced with such trials in the midst of caring for my son. Sixteen years ago, he was born with profound disabilities (nonverbal and needing 100% care) and I thought that would be the biggest test I would have to face during my lifetime. Right from the start, he looked at us with such love and trust and little by little my husband and I came to know this is how we should look at Jesus. “Jesus, I trust in You!” In doing so, we enjoy our daily blessings and try to surrender everything else to God. Now, after reading about the upcoming storm being so imminent, I admit I’m shaken by the prospect of taking care of him during the reign of the anti-christ. While I’ve been watching the signs with a sense of foreboding, I was hoping the collapse was still in future times. I suppose our situation makes the “next right step” easier in some ways. No clever plans, no getting the tent and camp gear out and planning an escape to a refuge. We’ll man our post and continue our daily care as best we can and trust in God. I‘ve stocked up on some food and water, but without my son’s delivery of supplies, I have no idea what we’ll do. I pray God will provide for our temporal needs and pray the Holy Spirit will guide and strengthen us. If He wants us to get in the car and go somewhere, I pray He will shout it out so we get the message! In this escalating culture of death, I can only imagine how little our son’s life will be valued and it causes me much sorrow. In response to someone else’s question, you mentioned that it won’t necessarily be the fittest that physically endure the storm, that there will be some happy surprises, can you expound upon that a little? Thanks.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Julee, I guess the easiest thing to say is that people’s minds do not yet understand how radically different things will be in many ways. When I say that God will not leave us bereft, I mean it. When He allows one door to close, He opens another. We have decimated the medical system, destroyed the economic basis of it. We should always look for God’s natural means of healing, but as those natural means are being destroyed by us, He will be more abundant in his other means. I have a serious neurological injury. I have taken no medication for it other than over-the-counter pain medications for a decade now.

      When people can’t imagine how things can be, they really mean they can’t imagine how they can be if all the rules of ordinary life are like they are now. That is why I counsel a radical dependence on God. Take advantage of those things you can while they are available, but know that when they aren’t, while men’s ingenuity would leave you bereft, God will not – if you stretch out your hand to Him.

      Also, I think you might want to consider how you look at these things. Even when I was terrified of the Storm, I never thought of it as the reign of the antichrist. Certainly the spirit of the antichrist is rampant in the world, but it has been for nearly a century. I would guarantee you have lived your whole life during the zenith of the antichrist’s influence. What is happening now is the New Advent – and it is the death throes of the antichrist, not his reign. Advent is a penitential season. We have brought this on ourselves. Satan is raging because God is preparing to evict him, even though we invited him into our world and enthroned him. If God had abandoned us, you would see the continued reign of the antichrist, which might not be as violent as souls continued to die at an unprecedented pace and we sank into the oblivion which our arrogance had properly consigned us to.

      Trusting God really means saying, “I don’t know how you are going to do this, Lord, but I trust you – and rather than using my ‘wisdom’ to figure everything out, I am just going to do what is right in front of me. I am going to do what I can and leave the rest to you. Today, I will care for my son. Today, I will do what I can to support my family. Today, I will trust to you for my daily bread. And when I don’t see the way forward, I will just do the best I can and trust you to open a path, knowing that often it will be a path I know not of. But I will just do what is right in front of me the best I can and trust you for the rest.”

      When it gets right down to it, a lot of the fears people have are really the fear of whether or not there really is a God. There is – and we are His beloved, faithless and pathetic as we are.

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      • aj says:

        and whether this GOD is a real Father who would take care of us and guide our every next step…

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      • Julee says:

        Thank you for your good counsel and advice, Charlie. It’s helpful to focus on the coming storm as the eviction of the antichrist rather than his reign since, yes, the spirit of the antichrist has been present in the world my entire life. For me, my uneasiness doesn’t stem from whether or not there really is a God — he’s touched me in so many ways. It stems from my own weakness and the question of whether I’ll be able to trust without losing hope when put to an unimaginable test. I know nothing is impossible with God and I will stay close to him and take it day-by-day. Thanks again.

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        • charliej373 says:

          You know, Julee, both my late Mother and my dear sister were both terrible in the run-up to a crisis. All hysterical and worried…in many ways, they would make a bad situation worse. But once the anticipation of a crisis was over and it actually arrived, they are both magnificent. Decisive, entirely focused on the work and utterly fearless. I suspect many who wonder what they will do are going to discover they have untapped reservoirs of strength and courage. Much of what I write is designed to help them tap into those reservoirs when it counts. I think you’ll be fine – and may even be startled to find you are a champion when it counts.

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          • Julee says:

            Haha! Funny you should say this, because I do think it describes me too. Well, not the hysterical part! I like to think I’m “worriedly pondering” but my husband might say otherwise. My dad passed away in October 2013 (my mom in 2006) and I was shocked to learn my brothers and sister considered me the strong one during his battle with cancer and during his final hours. I’m the “baby” out of five kids and even though we’re all adult middle agers, I’m usually hesitant to step on my older siblings’ toes, except it seems, in times of crisis and then I just follow my heart and dive in whether it’s difficult or not, not because I’m naturally fearless, but out of overwhelming love. I pray everyone of us finds untapped reservoirs of strength and courage!!

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    • BB says:

      Julee: You mention your son is around 16 years old. That’s a long time to have been in training with Our Lord. You have already been trusting Him for a long time, and living your life with the cross He gave you, and it sounds like you have done so with love and acceptance of His will. So, you already have a leg up, so to speak, on many many people who have been living superficial lives in a worldly way. They don’t even look at God or think of Him in their daily lives. And so when things go really wrong, they are going to be very confused and panicked. You probably won’t be.

      I can imagine when you first got your son’s diagnosis and began to care for him, it was overwhelming and heartbreaking. You probably were thrown into turmoil and sadness at first. Yet, you persevered, and day by day, I bet, in spite of many challenges that came along, and despite many probably frightful incidents, God carried you through, and here you are. And your son is still with you. Your days are most likely consumed by his needs, and revolve around him. Yet, I bet you have many simple things you are very grateful for.
      So, if things go into turmoil, and are uncertain, you have already experienced that sense of helpless dismay, and because of what you have already suffered, you are already tightly bound to God. Because of that, I am positive you will be led what to do and where you need to be, just as you have been for the last 16 years. If it is medical disposables you need, you’ll either be able to get by with what you have, or you’ll find a source for them, or you will find a way to improvise. If it’s electricity you need, you may find you either have it when others don’t, or you will find for the time it is out, you don’t need it. Anyway, the point is, whatever happens, it will be okay, and you will find yourself being able to get through it. It might be tougher than now, but it won’t be impossible.

      That’s God’s promise and I think Charlie’s message in all of this. For those of us caring at home for an invalid it might seem more of a challenge, but our situation will be no worse than anyone else’s, and God will help us as we need. That’s where our trust comes in.

      I care for my elderly disabled mom (97) in her home (since her stroke in 1999). She’s non-ambulatory and cannot care for herself and has some cognitive impairment. For the last 15 years, I have been amazed at how many seemingly impossible situations worked out. When I first began to read Charlie’s blog recently, I too wondered what I would, could, should do. But Our Lord seems to be saying, stay put, don’t worry, trust Me. And so I shall, just as I have for the last turbulent (for me) 15 years.

      God will show you the way, just as He already has been doing for the last 16 years. Do what you can. Save up or buy what you can now if you can and think you should (sometimes you can buy disposables or medical equipment cheap on Craigslist or eBay because someone has them but doesn’t need them anymore. Sometimes they are even free (on Craigslist) because someone just wants them to go to somebody who really needs them and isn’t going to sell them). After that, leave the rest up to God. You’ll find a way.

      And God bless you for taking up the cross and loving your son and caring for him as God gave him to you. It is a beautiful and wonderful vocation, full of hardship, God has given you. It may not seem like it now, but when you meet Him in heaven, I know He will say to you, “Well done, good and faithful servant.” And what more could we ever ask for than that?

      God bless.

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      • Julee says:

        Thank you for your kind words of encouragement, BB! In the special needs community it’s sometimes said that God doesn’t give us more than we can handle, but I’ve come to realize he gives us much more than we can handle in order to teach us to trust and rely on Him. So yes, in that sense, I’ve been in training, but just as I thought I was on a steady course, it seems all will be tested in ways never imagined. Like you, I feel I’ll be staying put and deepening my trust, hopefully to the point of no reservations. God bless you for lovingly taking care of your mom, which I know, is no easy task.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Sorry Julee, got to jump back in. My sister asks “What do these idiots mean God won’t give you more than you can handle? He’ll give you a LOT more than you can handle. Then He will give you a little more strength and when you have done all you can, you just have to tell Him, that’s it…I’ve done all I can. You better have the rest of this, Lord or it’s not gonna be done, cause I’ve done all I can.” I wish I had a recording of her saying some version of this…because she is slightly comical in her adamant insistence on it.

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          • BB says:

            LOL!!! So, so, so true! Charlie, your sister has it 1000% right! I always wondered about that inane saying “won’t give you more than you can handle” when I saw people absolutely crushed by the weight of their cross. And the answer is right too: I can’t Lord. I can’t do it. You better help me if you want this done, because I just can’t.”
            Thanks to you and your sister for the big grin I got from her response! It was perfect!

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          • The saying should be, “God won’t give you more than HE can handle.” –and He can handle everything! Jesus we trust in you!

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        • MM Bev says:

          Charilie, I completely agree with your sister. God can certainly give you more than you can handle; and He can leave you there until you break. I know that He did that to me. And I broke. But He wanted that to happen in order to give me the next steps I needed. He provided the exactly perfect people to assist me, and without that happening to me, I would not have been healed of a great deal of pain from my past. It was very hard, very painful and difficult to go through and it took quite a few years. Now that it is, I was going to say over, but rather now that it is past and I can reflect and see what He did, It is part of me, so I don’t know if things like that are “over”. I am so grateful. Without giving me more than I could handle, I could never be where I am today. He freed me from so much that I wasn’t aware of, that impacted my relationships with others, and my relationship with Him. I thank Him for giving me more than I could handle…and believe me, it really, really was tremendously more than I could handle. But as Janet said, “God won’t give you more than HE can handle.” That’s the important part. It is what we should tell people. When you are disintegrating, and someone says that God won’t give you more than you can handle, it makes you feel like there is something terrible wrong with YOU, because you know you are breaking apart and you can’t understand or figure out what is happening to you. But Janet tells true. GOD WILL NOT GIVE YOU MORE THAN HE CAN HANDLE, AND HANDLE IT HE WILL. It may take time to position things the way He wants, but He is with you even in that total dark blankness, and He WILL handle it. I wish that someone had told me that when it was happening to me. I was terrible afraid but it happened starting on October 1 st, St. Therese’s feast day and October 5 th, St. Faustina’s feast day, so I understood from those two friends something was alright. We need to tell people the truth, not terrify them with a lie.

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      • jobrower says:

        BB, I don’t know if you will ever see this because it is now January 2015 and I am reading archives to try to catch up! Just want to tell you that my husband had a debilitating stroke on December 6, 1999, so we have a shared cross! He is paralyzed on the right side, but can walk with the aid of a brace and cane. He cannot talk, however. These last fifteen years have been a source of spiritual growth for me and I thank God for the way He is purifying those in my family who are open to His graces. I am so thankful for redemptive suffering because it turns even the most bitter crosses into causes of joy! We are blessed to be able to unite our sufferings with Jesus and present them to Mary so she can apply them to the interests of the most Sacred Heart of Her Son!

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        • E. Allison says:

          jobrower, you said, “I thank God for the way He is purifying those in my family who are open to His graces. I am so thankful for redemptive suffering because it turns even the most bitter crosses into causes of joy!”

          You are Sooo right! My father, who passed on 12/30/2012, lived his last 15 years as a cripple due to a debilitating stroke. Those 15 years changed him profoundly. He went from a proud man, who had left my mother for another woman when I was 19, to a humble man who was grateful to everyone who gave him the slightest bit of help. It was also an opportunity for those around him (myself included), to step up and joyfully care for him. I am grateful to have had that opportunity. I need all the help I can get. In the end, he received the sacrament of last rights. He may be in Purgatory, but I have no doubt he was saved.

          When accepted with the proper disposition, the crosses we bear have so much redemptive value! Love truly does, cover a multitude of sins.

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  8. It seems every time I open Scripture, I am led to the book of Jeremiah. Am I reading too much into things or was this book written for us today about what is to come?? Some of the warnings are uncanny!

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  9. Bob says:

    And I am reading Charlie’s posts and people’s responses. I have no special words from my angels usually just a sense that our country and our world has sinned and has pushed God out and God will not be mocked. And I remember someone, maybe Mark Mallott saying once that when it is almost impossible to raise Godly children due to the evil about that God will be forced to intervene out of Mercy. So I believe chastisement must come but pray that God will mitigate it as much as possible, but God must still use whatever instruments are necessary to bring as many as possible to conversion and repentance. I do hope that God somehow brings our world to a state where belief and raising good children and grandchildren, as my daughter has one in the pouch, becomes easier. As history has shown many good people have believed major events were to come and stopped living normal lives due to fear or waiting for what is to come, I am in a discernment mode praying for wisdom on how to lead my life now and how to prepare for what may come. God Bless.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Just a note, Bob…I go to no little pains to encourage people to act responsibly and prudently. That is a big part of what the next right step is. So I encourage them to handle their affairs so that, if somehow everything re-stabilized, they would be able to pay their bills, meet their obligations and take care of their families. To prudently prepare in ways you can should in no way interfere in living your day-to-day responsibilities well.

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      • Bob says:

        Thanks, and I was sweeping my sidewalk tonight and remembering what my spiritual director in Opus Dei teaches of how our ordinary life if done well is pleasing to God.
        God Bless,

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      • Cecilia says:

        So, Charlie, I remember you saying that if we had not lost our money, not to worry, we would, and the same with medical benefits, etc. So how can we possibly prepare now to have money to pay bills later? Are we supposed to be buying gold? I thought that would be making money our God, and I thought things were going to be so different, that money would not be an important value.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Cecilia, think this through…if money is worthless, bills become irrelevant. These things are not just going to happen to YOU, but to all. Yes, I have a piece on this coming up sometime shortly – not tomorrow, but hopefully before the week is out.

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  10. Patricia says:

    Charlie,
    You wrote:
    “are going to find out how we will act under the reality of serious duress. Do you admire those saints of old who went into leper colonies to give consolation while certain that you would be counted among them? Ebola means you may well get your chance to prove your faith. What happens at the refuges when someone who has Ebola comes in looking for help? Are you certain that you would eagerly be martyred – and will remain resolutely pacifist under the most trying circumstances? A whole host of ISIS affiliates have made their way back into America and Europe – usually with the help of the government charged with protecting people. When some go off on a murderous rampage where you are, you will get the chance to choose and prove your belief. All the confident certainties borne of dealing with theory are about to be tested.”

    Are we to be “resolutely pacifist” in the face of life threatening danger? I never thought so. And, I believe it is ok to leave one with Ebola out of the refuge since it would kill everyone else unless it was my child. Then I would leave the refuge to take care of him knowing I would not survive.
    Thank you.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Someone close to me is a first responder. He told me last night he had thought through these things and decided that, while he will take normal precautions, he will act with trust and dive right in if the need is there. He said, “If I get ebola and survive, I will be even more useful and able to help many. If I get it and die, well, I’ll be praying for you on the other side. I’ll have your back.” It is a man not given to light, unconsidered statements on matters of gravity. He has made his choice. He made my heart soar.

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      • Nancy says:

        One of my favorites is Blessed Fr. Francis Xavier Seelos who died after contracting Yellow Fever in New Orleans while caring out his duties as a parish priest. His last act was to visit a dying man before he himself collapsed of the fever. He died on Oct. 4, i867.
        I ask him to pray for me, too. He remained at his post as I hope to remain at mine.

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  11. Patricia says:

    So maybe you are telling me, in not so many words, stop trying to think this through. That if we get up each day, acknowledge God, take the next right step and be hope for others, we will know what to do at the time. CHARLIE, THIS IS SO DIFFICULT to not be worried and thinking it through.
    🙂

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  12. June1 says:

    I hope you guys all manage to see this but I just read Simcha Fisher’s latest and I think it goes perfectly with our “next right step” theme!

    http://www.ncregister.com/blog/simcha-fisher/discernment-what-it-does-and-doesnt-mean

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  13. John Bailey says:

    Charlie, I love the thought of you as our Sherpa, helping to guide us through this frightening and treacherous journey into the storm. Hopefully, we will all successfully safely reach the summit, that rarefied air, which is eternal life in Heaven with our Lord.

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  14. Terry says:

    Hmm first time here. A friend sent me this post. Its good to hear people are seeing what is happening in this world. I pray for Gods intervention daily. On almost every post I make anywhere I end with Wake up America the Beast is upon you. We must wake up to make it through this mess. God is the only way we will. Thanks to my friend for sending this to me and I will be reading here from now on and will pass it along to my other friends as well. thanks Charlie for doing what you are doing.

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  15. Mick says:

    Charlie, I just re-read this post, and I have a question. You stated, “There may be no more significant false dawns except the one I will describe later in this article.” I read the article all the way through, two or three times; but I didn’t see a discussion of a potential “false dawn.” Could be that I’m just too obtuse to have noticed it, but what is the potential “false dawn”?

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    • charliej373 says:

      You are right, Mick. After the defeat and conversion of Islam, we will busily congratulate ourselves on our triumph…that we have endured and prevailed. That will be a false dawn. Even as we celebrate, the great challenge which is China will rise before us, revealing Islam to have been merely a cub of a challenge. That is when things get really rough. My apologies. I have repeated it so often privately that I assume everyone knows that the defeat and conversion of Islam is a false dawn.

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      • Patricia says:

        So what you are saying is that when we defeat Islam, it is time to head for the hills?????? Again, 🙂

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      • Mick says:

        Well now. THAT’s cheery. Thanks for clearing that up for me. (I’m just kidding with the sarcasm; I really do appreciate your answering my question).

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      • Crystal says:

        I think I am finally beginning to get a glimpse of the true extent of the transition. The defeat and conversion of Islam will be a “cub of a challenge” compared to China’s rising? Yikes! No wonder all will seem so hopeless. God help us! ‘Jesus I trust in You’ will have to become every other breathing sentence.
        I am part of a prison ministry which visits the incarcerated, and I fear for them. Their situation is already one of fear and hopelessness. Can you give any advise other than to continue to visit them and share with them God’s presence? Or will that become too dangerous? My family is already concerned for my safety, and nothing has happened yet (from their perspective). Thanks for any advise you can give.

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  16. Sheri G. says:

    June1, That was a great article!! Thank you so much for recommending it!! Charlie, it sure seems like some days I get it so well and then all of a sudden it seems like I have forgotten everything I’ve learned!!

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  17. Patricia says:

    Charlie,
    A comment was made in an article that Putin’s speech about two weeks ago at the Valdai conference in Sochi was the most important political speech given since Churchill’s Iron Curtain speech in 1946. Could you put it in perspective given today’s actions by Russia moving tanks into the Ukraine? Thank you.

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  18. Patricia says:

    http://cluborlov.blogspot.com/2014/10/putin-to-western-elites-play-time-is.html

    This is the article. sorry I should have cut and pasted to the comment.

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  19. Dear Charlie, As an Australian, I read your comments with interest. Do you have any other insights about Australia in this time and the coming times? cheers Br Gilbert

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  20. bransk1p says:

    I can most certainly use someone like you in my war room & anyone else who can bring me a modern day version of Jeanne d’Arc.

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    • charliej373 says:

      If you are anywhere near Bransk, Poland, I well understand. We all want to avoid a repeat of September, 1939. And yet, in the invasion of Poland, Germany sealed its own ultimate doom and, with the rise of St. John Paul some four decades later, the doom of Soviet communism. Long live Bransk!

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  21. Julia says:

    Charlie, my first reaction to you saying there would be a ‘conversion of Islam’ was; well now Charlie, you must have seen pigs flying to think that is a possibility. And then, I remembered, we have been told of an Illumination of conscience for all of us, even from St. Maria Faustina writings.

    Of course…….. Christians, Jews and Muslims would be on the same sheet so to speak as to the reality of the Divine, Sovereign Kingship of Jesus Christ after such an event. WOW.

    What we are facing is the possibility that by the end of 2017 we will have been through the Illumination of conscience. And the Chinese problem has also been spoken of as the real danger. If I remember correctly we were warned of ‘the yellow race’ who would be the worst danger when the time came. Chicken curry and chips won’t taste the same anymore!

    I was thinking Charlie, if we are able to get in touch through the difficulties to come; maybe if USA needs friends to send some help financially, we could establish good contacts to send help over there, and vice versa. I often wondered how could we get parish contact for other places, since a lot of these official lines are full of corruption. A good parish priest could be trusted to get help to his flock, and his community without exception. just a thought.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Well, Julia, remember that each person is formed in God’s Own Image. That is fundamental. So assaults do not come from a particular race, but from deviant systems. Some of those systems are adopted heavier by particular races for a time, but it is not the race from which the evil comes, but the system to which they subscribe. Arabs have adopted the ugly system of Islam in large numbers – and ceased to be productive almost from the moment they did. I chuckle when someone playing at erudition speaks of how Muslims did so much incredible work with mathematics. No, Muslims didn’t. Arabs did – they had a genius for advanced mathematics that they gave to the world. But almost as soon as they converted to Islam, that genius seemed to cease. The Chinese system has perfected a godless atheism that destroys hope. But it was Europeans who laid the foundations of that barren system.

      God wants all of His children to come to Him, to abandon these barren systems. We all have characteristics, characteristics that have a properly ordered side and a disordered side. The challenge is to properly order the characteristics God has given each of us, for in them is a clue to what God calls us.

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  24. David Huber says:

    Charlie,

    What are your thoughts on the age of madness we are now in. Google the terms “targeted individuals” to get a sense of the realignment with our creators over strategy for humanity is.

    Deva Huber

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    • charliej373 says:

      Deva, this website has covered what I think of the madness we are in for two and a half years, now. I did google what you asked and the first thing that popped up was a conspiracy-minded website. If that was you wanted me to see, I appeal to you to forswear such things. They only appeal to a sense of fear, usually by overheated assertions that are only loosely based on verifiable fact. Even on the rare occasions when such sites get something right, the satan still wins because it merely inflames a sense of fear rather than a confident trust in God and a determination to do the little things right in front of you that you are called to.

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      • David Huber says:

        Charlie,

        Thank you for your quick reply. Yes, targeted individuals believe they are being influenced by the government. There are millions the world over. What they fail to realize is that they are being driven mad by God talking directly to them. They believe that the only thing that can talk to them in their head is Government mind control.

        That being said the US Government is not stupid and has developed a technology to use on people to interface with the ears and various other parts of the body to communicate with, and for lack of a better word, our subconscious (where God resides).

        I am a computer scientist and a neuroscientist and one who hears the truth and have made some startling discoveries. What you must hear is the untainted message interfered with by US technology. This is America’s way of hijacking God’s message to special people and prophet thereby making them seem conspiracy minded rather then open to God’s messages.

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        • charliej373 says:

          When I was a boy, some of my fundamentalist, snake-handling relatives decided that because I was markedly precocious, that was a sign I must have a devil in me. So they would, when my parents weren’t around, get me in a garage and start praying and screaming to “deliver” me from the demon that had hold of me. At these times I would just go quiet, feeling I was in the lap of the Father until it ended. They would often end by saying it was a powerful demon that had hold of me, because they could not shake it at all. Finally, when I was 12, I think, I looked at them after this and asked, “Who is stronger, God or the devil?” In shocked tones they said, “God!” I replied, “So if you can’t move me at all with all your screaming and wailing, who has God and who has the devil.” They never did that to me again.

          You posit that the government is SO strong it can garble direct messages between God and his servants. I don’t buy it for a moment. I don’t try to secure my communications nor do anything in the shadows – because my God is not intimidated and distorted by even the most powerful of enemies. To Him, they are less than a gnat – and the only question is whether a servant will stay true to Him, trusting that He will vanquish all assaults so long as you stay focused on Him rather than trying to divine the nature of assaults that are irrelevant and impotent before His Majestic Power. You do not refute my disdain for conspiracy theories, but confirm how dangerous they are…that indulging them can cause one to doubt the fullness of the power and supremacy of God, Himself.

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