Be Not Afraid: God Has a Plan – Repost

(Last night I had about 230-240 people attend my presentation in Escondido, California. Many wanted some detail on various areas of the world and I promised them I would repost this article from last October that did an overview – CJ)

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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112 Responses to Be Not Afraid: God Has a Plan – Repost

  1. Kristen says:

    Dear Charlie,

    Thank you and God bless you. Should we be concerned about “Menses,” the person mentioned before? Although we do not and cannot know who he is, are there some guidelines we should follow so that we will not be deceived by this particular individual or those like him?

    Thanks again!

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    • charliej373 says:

      Truly, the answer is to trust God. St. Padre Pio said he was deceived by the devil for a time – as have other saints. Anyone can be deceived for a time, but if you hold fast to Christ, the deception never holds. It is when you elevate something or someone above Christ that you can be deeply deceived. Hold fast to Christ first and all will be well – and you will weather all deceptions.

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  2. 1.2012 says:

    A very loving, hopefull, faithful, and steadfast commentary. Thank you Charlie – Pax et bonum!

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  3. Nancy M. says:

    We wanted to thank you for coming to Escondido last night. Wish it could have gone longer to ask more questions. Thank you for reposting last October message. Please pray for us as we pray for you.

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  4. Pat says:

    Thank you Charlie. I’ve been waiting for this post – to prepare. So much here. A lot to contemplate and discern. May God continue to bless us all as we prepare for the days ahead. To be a sure sign for others. To endure… So much here, I need to read it again. God bless you Charlie. Please continue your work for us that we might keep our eyes on Christ to take the next right step.

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  5. suzanne chirumbole says:

    This is longish, but good…

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  6. Thanks for reposting this Charlie! It was such a great joy to meet you. It was like meeting an old friend again. It’s so funny……for the last few months I’ve been going around talking about you and your mission and the times we are fast approaching. Everyday it seems at some point I’m uttering the word CHARLIE SAYS……
    I had a giggle the other day when I was thinking…..I should have a blog that’s called CHARLIE SAYS. LOL!!! But I will leave all the blogging up to you. I’m just gonna keep smiling and ACKNOWLEDGE GOD, TAKE THE NEXT RIGHT STEP, AND BE A SIGN OF HOPE TO THOSE AROUND ME!!!
    This last post here….is helping me get brushed up on all this. Ive become a Charlie Johnston parrot. LOL!!!
    God bless you Charlie!!!!

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  7. Oh yeah…..check your email Charlie…..I’m sending you the picture of you…me and that beautiful bunch of ladies I came with. LOL!!
    God bless!!!

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  8. CrewDog says:

    Charlie Sez: ” …… It is when you elevate something or someone above Christ that you can be deeply deceived. Hold fast to Christ first and all will be well – and you will weather all deceptions.”
    YUP! … and why I pull my hair when I see folks “Get their bowels in an uproar” over The Synod, Garabandal or the latest ruminations of Cardinal Numbnutts of the Dioceses of Bratwurst, Germany!
    I keep telling Ya!! Target Fixation on Jesus!! Now!! Repeat after me ……………..

    GOD SAVE ALL HERE!!

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    • I’m one of those who can obsess over things. At one time, it was Garabandal; earlier on, Fatima, and the other apparition sites and their messages.
      A couple of years back, Barack Obama had me.
      Lately, it’s the end times.
      When I obsess, I read and read and read until I understand better. I believe it is the way that the Holy Spirit is leading me to deepen my knowledge of many things.
      Is that wrong?
      It is – if it takes me away from prayer and meditation. It is wrong if in the midst of my deepening of knowledge, I get upset when disturbed, or reminded of my duties neglected because of my “obsession”.
      I think we must obey the Spirit’s prompting, and plumb the depths of an issue / topic as we are led to. But if our natural curiosity edges out the Spirit, any good pursuit can rear back and sting us if it does not ultimately lead us to the Lord.
      In my case, the red flag would be the cutting back on prayer and reflection. Or if I am distracted when praying.

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      • NancyA says:

        I do understand you, caitlynnegrace, but I would also submit that God has given you your curiosity and your intellect and He may have as part of His plan for you to be knowledgeable. Not to the point of distraction or an upset of peace, but some of us are doing God’s will by following up and reading about the world and issues, informing ourselves and those around us in that way.

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          • Ooops, sent the earlier one off too soon. I meant to add on:
            Nancy, you’re right. I too feel strongly that it is important to be informed. When the Spirit leads us to knowledge, we must be on guard against satan who would not want us anywhere near the Light. But we must not resist or despise the Spirit’s leading too. For many years, I had my reading and knowledge-seeking controlled and regulated. I live in democratic country, but the rule of law in my home was Communism. I lived in fear of seeking God on my own. Never tried to buy books on my own, wasn’t allowed to think my own thoughts. In fact, didn’t have much space for either.
            That could perhaps partly explain why I shrink away from those who tell me not read, ruminate etc but to just stick to “basics”. Some mean well when they do, but there are others who fear us getting knowledge, and seek to keep us within that sphere of control. I do get into a twist sometimes, (as CrewDog put it….bowels in an uproar, hahahaha) but it’s liberating for me to have the freedom to get passionate over something.

            So, Aye Aye to knowledge – reading and discussion!

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      • SteveBC says:

        CaitlynneGrace, I agree with NancyA, with the added comment that if you are drawn to this activity, to understanding deeply, it is possible for you to make it an act of prayer as you do it. Provided that your desire is for understanding and not for assuaging your feelings of obsession (i.e., anxiety, which is lack of trust).

        Your words sound very familiar to me! I routinely do a lot more “homework” on issues than the average person, and it has generally been useful not just to me but to others as well. The key is that I not over-do it to the detriment of my responsibilities, both worldly and spiritual. It sounds like the same would help you fine-tune your efforts. No need to feel guilty! 🙂

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        • When this reading obsession began a few years back, I did wonder if I was nuts because I’m hardly the spiritual sort. Then I think I read Padre Pio say that Spiritual Reading is a must for growth. So, when you pointed out that it can be / converted to be an act of prayer, that sounds right.

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        • I love these recent blog pictures of the hiking expeditions.

          For in her is a spirit intelligent, holy, unique, manifold, subtle, agile, clear, unstained, certain, not baneful, loving the good, keen, unhampered, beneficent, kindly, firm, secure, tranquil, all-powerful, all-seeing, and pervading of spirits, though they be intelligent, pure and very subtle. For Wisdom is mobile beyond all motion, and she penetrates and pervades all things by reason of her purity. Wisdom 7:23-24

          Unhampered. That jumps out at me.

          I find the snippets in the comments section provide a unique, though limited, perspective encompassing a wide range of seekers. I imagine it’s a bit like the varied dialog one might overhear on an expedition up Mt. Everest (or Mt. Meeker if you prefer). From base camp, to the trail, to the lofty peak, as well as those still planning and making early preparations, in transit to the sight, or even some who don’t have the climb on their radar yet.

          A friend of mine once shared with me something along the lines of, “doing something is easy, but becoming something is difficult.” I recalled that while reading through some of the recent threads. I was also thinking about the sisters Mary and Martha in the Gospel.

          As they continued their journey He entered a village where a woman whose name was Martha welcomed him. She had a sister named Mary who sat beside the Lord at his feet listening to him speak. Martha burdened with much serving, came to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me by myself to do the serving? Tell her to help me.” The Lord said to her in reply, “Martha, Martha, you are anxious and worried about many things. There is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part and it will not be taken from her.” Luke 10:38-42

          Mary chose. That jumps out at me.

          I’m really looking forward to seeing the upcoming movie. “Everest.” With the impending release, I’ve viewed some nice trailers and read a couple of pieces for some background information. It looks to be an interesting story and cast with plenty of real heavy-weights. I don’t want to ruin the experience though, so I’m also careful to look for any “spoiler alerts” that might give away the ending or other important parts. That’s just me.

          When it comes to this expedition though, I have to admit that I peeked (or rather I should say that Charlie has made it virtually impossible for me to miss it.)

          ***SPOILER ALERT***

          Acknowledge God, take the next right step, and be a sign of hope to those around you. Trust-Do-Love. God saves. [O.K., I added that last part, but the ending should already be obvious.]

          Jesus, I trust in You!

          God Bless,

          MP

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          • Doug says:

            Ironic that all this talk and imagery comes out when our illustrious leader wants to rename the largest mountain in North America. ……

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          • Doug says:

            By the way, I say this facetiously tongue and cheek so there is no misconception.

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          • Doug, I’m opposed to 99.9998% of what that guy does, but that one didn’t seem to bother me so much. They’ve renamed some landmark mountains around here including Squaw Peak (which is a derogatory term to some), to Piestawa Peak. It was a bitter political debate. Jack Jackson, a Navajo, proposed the bill and Lori Piestawa was a local Hopi and fallen solider in the Iraq War. I liked the idea so much that any time I come across a geographical name I don’t like, I just give it a new one. For example, I often hike the former Hell’s Canyon just up the road, which is now St. Michael’s Canyon. Who knows, if I say it often enough, maybe it will stick.

            I see that Mt. Meeker is named for Nathaniel Meeker, a journalist, homesteading entrepreneur and Indian agent for the U.S. government. He was killed by Ute warriors and his wife and daughter were taken captive for about three weeks… well, there’s quite the story and history regarding that one. Hm. Quite the pickle.

            God Bless,

            MP

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          • Doug says:

            Hi MP,

            I’m just whining. This is not the hill I want to die on (here, hee)

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          • Doug, I should have warned you. Sometimes I’ve got a dry sense of humor. It would make it a lot easier if I could get myself to use emoticons… just can’t get myself to do it. I find it truly amazing how some folks prioritize (e.g. – renaming mountains while the world burns). I really did rename Hell’s Canyon for my patron saint though. I just don’t think anyone has caught on yet. [this is where the smiley face emoticon would go if I used them].

            God Bless,

            MP

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          • Doug says:

            My wife thinks I can be too serious sometimes too. There is a simple way to get a smiley face (old fashion text based). Just type colon, dash, right parentheses 🙂

            I do enjoy some light Humor every now and then. Brings levety and Takes mind off of storm and pressures of life. God bless!

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          • Mick says:

            Doug, didn’t you mean our Dear Leader?

            By the way, when I teach history to my kids (we homeschool), I’m still going to call it Mt. McKinley. Just my little way of being a subversive little twerp. 🙂

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          • Doug says:

            Ahhhh. Your kids will learn real history. I commend you Mick! I like your subversive nature towards our “dear leader”. Now, given what is going on, home schooling may be more subversive….

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          • Doug, just consider it one of the smallest and quirkiest of ways I oppose being reduced to individual-negating conformity. I think that smiley little yellow ball, though harmless on its own, is a poor substitute for the real thing which looks more precisely like my gravatar. I put it in the same league with my social security number which I don’t think is capable of communicating anything of real importance. Sure, I know how to use emoticons. I just refuse, but don’t let that peculiar tendency of mine stop anyone from enjoying them. OK, just this once… 🙂

            MP

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          • Doug says:

            I will conclude with hee, hee, hee….

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  9. Lisa Ann says:

    Dear Charlie,
    Your words, while terrifying, provide strength and hope. As someone who has always thought of herself as a good person, through the prayer your words have inspired, I realize the spiritual work I have ahead of me. Somewhere in your writing, you said not to try to outwit God. I have spent much of my life as an anxious person trying to do just that, I realize! Whatever happens, your writing has increased my faith so much. Like many, I have had unshakable feelings of foreboding for several years. As a child growing up in a small town in PA, I had nightmares about things that you allude to, which I never forgot.
    My husband, who is a non-practicing Catholic, and never read a word of prophecy in his life, began prepping several years ago. We have only recently begun to discuss the possibilities. He is on the money with your writing, without ever having read or heard a word! Thanks for all you do, and our prayers are with you.

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  10. JosephineSD says:

    Thank you Charlie for your encouraging talk last night. You did a great job. You looked like you were having fun, so I hope you were! It was wonderful to see so many others there too. I’m sure everyone went home strengthened for the journey ahead. Take care on the rest of your travels.

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  11. Melanie says:

    Thank you Charlie for all your work efforts. They are appreciated.
    Your friend and Sister in Christ Jesus, from Carlsbad!
    Melanie

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  12. Jean says:

    Well I breathed a sigh of relief when I read, “the first order of business will be to raise a shattered nation – actually, a shattered civilization, off its knees”. I’m thinking ‘whew, 4-6 months of disaster and then rebuilding…we can do that’. But then you mentioned Islam, and behind it China. There is nothing easy about either one of those…without the hope of a rescue, we would not endure I think. And I’m not trying to be negative; there simply is no positive spin I can put on this whole thing.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I have said Jean that we will not prevail – only endure…and that without Rescue, we could not survive. But from the beginning, I have been told of these times and that they portend faith and cultural resurrection, not destruction.

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      • Lisa Ann says:

        Charlie,
        I wonder if this will be something like conditions in the rural South at the latter part of the civil war – the Confederacy did not prevail, and sadly, people were living without food, dressed in rags, without medical care, communication, friends and relatives were lost or elsewhere, etc. – without all the systems in place that had kept that culture what it was. People who survived and eventually thrived were those who did not mourn for what they lost, but who looked forward, acquired skills, helped and shared, and formed community. I certainly hope it is not much worse than this, but of course, it may be. Thanks again, every blessing on everyone here,
        Lisa Ann

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  13. Barbara says:

    Will they put us in detention camps if we do not agree with their beliefs here in Canada

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  14. LINDA W says:

    Thank you for posting this Charlie. I just recently learned about you and reading/watching you has really been an eye opener for me

    How do we go about sharing this information with fellow Catholics who are very skeptical about private revelation other than like Lourdes/Fatima? Is it better to say nothing, or is it better to give them this information? Also, in light of the imminent unraveling…how should we go about with large plans. For example, if a wedding is planned for next fall 2016, should one go forward with everything as planned? I want to ensure I am not trying to outwit God, or rely on myself. But I also don’t want to overlook important steps I need to take.
    Will the civil unrest you speak of also affect persons in Africa in the way it effects America?

    Thanks.

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    • charliej373 says:

      The unrest is global. As to your other questions, keep reading. I emphasize the simple next right step all the time. I encourage people not to try to convince others, simply to briefly inform them and love them where they are.

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      • LB says:

        Thank you so much for responding Charlie. I won’t lie. my initial reaction, other than feeling an urgency to do spiritual housecleaning was “Is there any point for me to plan my wedding?”. Perhaps that is vain, but I would hate to invest my time and money into a ceremony that will possibly never come to be. But that is me being presumptuous and not trusting God.

        I will heed your advice and not force this info on anyone, but I will share it with my loved ones who I think are open. I will keep reading and also look into your former pieces. I am also watching your videos. Godbless!

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  15. dpb3737 says:

    I have a question: I am confused about two things. What does the “Second Coming of Christ” really mean for us If we are to go into a New Era Of Peace? I was under the impression that the Second Coming of Christ alluded to the End when we would be having our final judgment. The Era of Peace is a time where we will be given a a second chance to live our lives according to Gods Plan. Praise God for that. Also, will we be going through the 3 days of darkness right before the Rescue? Thankyou for helping me understand this. I want you to know that you have indeed been a sign of hope for me. I have listened to your videos and have been reading your blog material. I have so much more peace about this now.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I have consistently said what we are going through now is NOT the Second Coming of Christ, but the prelude to an era of peace and renewal. That is why Our Lord sends Our Lady to Rescue us. When He physically comes again, it is the end.

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      • 1.2012 says:

        Hi Charlie ,
        Emmet O’Reagan has an excellent book out entitled “Unveiling the Apocalypse” which truly is a very well researched piece of work. One reference he makes in it is about period of peace (rather and am “Era” that word makes me nervous on theological grounds) after an illumination of conscience ( or a warning depending upon your source) both of which go hand in hand with what your angel has revealed to you. I can see a period of peace after the rescue, but I along with Emmett can only see it lasting a few decades at most. Only after that time will the Second Coming be accomplished. Can you offer me any more insight based on this?
        PS- I think one of his sources was private revelation at Lourdes. I would need to double check this though…..

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        • charliej373 says:

          Interesting stuff, 1.2. What I have been repeatedly told is that after the Rescue follows an “extended period of peace, prosperity and Christian brotherhood.” I don’t think it has ever been called an era, but I have gotten comfortable with that term. I hope it will be very long, but I honestly don’t know how long it will be and my work is done then. I have good reason to think it will be at least several generations. I hope it will be much longer, but that is not given me to know.

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        • Mack says:

          I’ve read Emmett’s book too and follow his blog–he only posts once in a while. He doesn’t claim any private revelation but has made his own careful study of the Apocalypse and of various prophecies from saints, etc. I think overall he’s pretty much on target. There are many aspects that are open for speculation and he gives his own, always in a balanced way. I like his writing because he’s quite humble and doesn’t insist his view must be the right one. He’s a fine Irish gentleman. He also talks about various signs in the sky and how they might be related.

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  16. Josh says:

    Charlie, do you know of any “crisis prophets” in Europe? Why are people there not preparing? Thanks in advance for your answer.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Josh, I have a host of people throughout the world reading and spreading this message. I get visits from an average of 25-30 different countries each day – and have had visits by people in almost every country but China and North Korea.

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      • Josh says:

        Hi Charlie,

        Thanks for your answer. My actual question was: why don’t we hear of people in Europe receiving prophecies in the Catholic Church, about a coming crash in September/October 2015?

        Is it because of a more “Conspirationist Culture” in the United States, or that the course of events will vary in different parts of the world?

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        • charliej373 says:

          Well, Josh, I have not predicted a crash in September or October – even if I personally think it likely. Even so, Europe DOES have voices speaking of these things, both from a secular and a religious standpoint.

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          • marie says:

            I think my comment crossed paths with your reply, Charlie. Is there anyone in Europe you would recommend we read?

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          • charliej373 says:

            Well, while he primarily runs a Forum, Padraig Caughey has written some very interesting things. While it is not prophetic, Robert Moynihan does some marvelously insightful work.

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          • NancyA says:

            I want to reiterate that. I don’t “follow” them so I don’t keep track, but I have been pointed to them time and again and they seem as trustworthy as Charlie, and as ‘on target…’ I believe one might be Scandinavian, one might be German. As I’ve said, I don’t keep track. I don’t follow up, so can’t be more precise, but it’s not just America, for sure.

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        • Anne says:

          Josh Frances hogan of Ireland is worth listening too. Solid scripture scholar.

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          • marie says:

            This is for Nancy A (sorry, Anne, there were no more ‘reply’ buttons left 😦 )

            Nancy, who are the people you don’t follow but feel are as trustworthy as Charlie?

            Thanks in advance and God bless

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          • NancyA says:

            I’m sorry, Marie, but what I meant was that I don’t keep track of who they are. I know I”ve been pointed to several who are NOT American. I’ve gone, read their words, but don’t file them away anywhere and cannot remember their names. I’m sorry I’m not able to help you. I just wanted to affirm that they ARE out there… It’s not an exclusively American thing. Well, for heaven’s sake, there IS “our own” Carlos, too… currently in Buenos Aires. But the two men that I remember reading were more of northern European background.

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          • marie says:

            Thanks for your replies, Charlie, Anne and Nancy A. I think, on reflection, I will stick to our three North American voices. Charlie’s site alone gives me more than I have time to read these days – no need to go elsewhere 🙂

            God bless you and everyone in our NRS family, the active commenters and the silent readers.

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          • marie says:

            oops, and of course I follow Carlos too!

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      • SteveBC says:

        Charlie, I find it interesting that the electronic Great Wall of China that censors the Internet for the Chinese people has actually targeted your site (which I think had to have been a deliberate act on the part of the censors). Otherwise, I’m sure you would have some visitors from China by now.

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        • charliej373 says:

          Oh, I suspect there are algorhythms that target sites based on various criteria, probably even the mention of Christ or Our Lady. I doubt it is anything personal.

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          • Beckita says:

            Hmmm… Our Lord and Our Lady are mentioned on religious sites all over China. When I was in the country evangelizing in the spring, I used my first Godchild’s computer to send emails home and to access some Catholic sites that included blogs and prophetic material. Of course I utilized English search engines to do so and was mystified as to why I readily reached some and not others.

            Of course social media is blocked but so was my access to the online family journals with my growing grandchildren pics.

            Another HUGE barrier is language. Most Chinese adults have had several years of study in English during middle school years and it simply isn’t enough to gain the ability to communicate in English on a conceptual level. No wonder! English and Chinese are vastly different in both written (alphabet versus characters) and spoken forms (4 distinct tones for one syllable and each meaning is totally different). I entertained people every day with my clumsy yet heartfelt attempts to communicate.

            Finally, even if the many people, priests and bishops we met there were more fluent in English and I could encourage them to investigate your blog, Charlie, estimating generously, not even 1% of the population is Catholic. There are more Christians of course. The obstacles for the Chinese making their way here are many.

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          • Joe says:

            I am now here in China on business. I meet many very sincere people. I am assuming the Truth will be shown to them as well, but will that only come at the time of rescue?

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          • charliej373 says:

            Already, Christianity is one of the fastest growing religions in China – enough so that it has become a real problem for the Chinese government. That will continue.

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          • DanSouthChicago says:

            Charlie, I was wondering if, when all is said and done, China will become a robust Christian nation. That would be a lot of souls!

            Also, regarding Beckita’s struggle with Chinese: a family member makes several business trips to China and he told the story of a visit to a barber shop. He pulled out his Chinese-English dictionary to request a haircut. The two barbers looked horrified. Shortly thereafter, someone who knew both languages came in and helped translate. It turns out that the barbers thought our family member had asked them to individually pull out each gray hair in his beard. : – )

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          • charliej373 says:

            It will be a robust Christian world – including China, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates…etc.

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    • marie says:

      Hi Josh, it’s a good question and one I have often asked myself. I read Charlie’s, Peli’s and Mark’s sites regularly and have wondered why we have no corresponding voice in Europe. Thank God for the internet 🙂

      By the way, we are preparing. At least, some of us are …

      God bless

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  17. Brenda says:

    Charlie, is all this going to happen before the rescue in late 2017.

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  18. Doug says:

    Good piece Charlie. I just listened to a CD about the two sides of Islam or its duality. There is religious Islam and political Islam and very few understand the political piece and how its goals are to systematically control the world and eliminate kafers or unbelievers. The concept of jihad is not just war, but reaches all facets of spreading Islam; economic jihad, psychological jihad, etc. It is perfectly acceptable to lie or deceive to further its cause. Also, it is perfectly acceptable use any means for physically fighting war which throws out logic or standard rules of engagement. Basically, anything goes in jihad. The CDs were an eye opener and your latest post timing is uncanny.

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  19. LJD says:

    Charlie,
    I hope it holds out a bit longer (the crash). After months of praying, stalling, changing my mind back and forth, I have FINALLY started to buy some prep canned goods etc. This is all with the blessing of a close priest friend. I am actually storing it at his rectory where he resides alone. I am at peace that if my family or community needs it that it will be there, and if nothing happens and we are all wrong, then it can be donated to the church food pantry for the poor. The hardest part of starting to do this I think is the psychological part which says if you actually DO something about the coming chaos, it makes it more real and its not just some scary thought in my mind. Hope you got my email with the storm picture I sent. It was funny as if the Lord wanted my to send it to you for a chuckle. (I know it was a serious message, but I laughed to myself for my worry)

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  20. mmbev says:

    For about a week now, I have been totally besieged and overwhelmed to the point of virtually complete panic – physical, mental, and emotional. It is as if I can no longer think, or understand anything nor retain any rational understanding, even when I read information.

    Charlie, are we preparing to look after and provide for people during the initial period of chaos or for the entire two years, some months? I have two specific and two potential places but I need to know for how long. If I did know, I don’t any more and there isn’t enough time to keep hunting through blogs. I can’t understand it anyway. I hope this makes some sense because I can’t even know that.

    I realize that what’s happening is a severe trial, but I can’t escape it, or know when it will end. Any information would be most gratefully received.

    The only time I have any kind of relief is when I am able to hear you speaking on one of your videos. Hope you know how much I appreciate them.

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    • charliej373 says:

      Back to first things, Bev…next right step. Just worry about what is right in front of you. I don’t plan for the entire period, not knowing of some of what will come…neither can you or anyone else. The next right step is all any of us can really do – and when we get beyond that we can easily lose our peace.

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      • mmbev says:

        Thank you, and bless you Charlie. I know why this is happening. That doesn’t make it easier, just easier to endure. Next Right Step is what I’ve been holding to and doing as this has gotten more and more severe.

        Right now it isn’t hilariously funny, but it does remind me of a joke. JUST SAY “YES” ONCE, ……. Hope in time to see you at the Shrine.

        next right step, next right step, next right step ……. I could turn this into a dance, only, honestly, just the effort has me physically sweating.

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        • SteveBC says:

          MMBev, I have prayed the PMT for you, that you can get through this current craziness quickly and well, so that you can get on to the next craziness on your list! Ha, I bet I made you laugh. 😀
          And truly, I hope this current craziness turns out to be the last one on your list. Be well, and I hope you have an experience of calmness very soon. Trust.

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        • Doug says:

          Bless you mmbev! May Jesus give you peace and courage! Blessed Mother please be her mantle!

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        • Erin says:

          You should try to moderate it with work, exercise, volunteering, doing good things for others, having friends over, things that you enjoy and keep your mind busy in the service of others. Remember to breathe deeply the Breath of God who loves you with an Infinite Love. May you feel peace in His Presence. Hail Mary come to our aid!

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          • Erin says:

            We’re all afraid of things we can’t control, but God is. Remember this is our rescue. Lift up your eyes to Heaven child of God!

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          • mmbev says:

            I love you Erin, and send hugs. Your comment was so sweet.

            But, and well, it requires a capital … BUT that does not sound like MODERATION.

            Actually, I am frantically doing all those things except the exercise. I took a day off today from helping to dehydrate an enormous garden at the home of a family with six children (NOT mine). (The garden or the children.)

            Tonight, after Mass at 7 pm, I intend to take your advice on the exercise part of things. A nice walk along the river. It should be wonderful, because the heat here has finally broken for a few days.

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        • Mick says:

          Praying for you, MMBev. Remember Our Lady’s golden web… She’s got you. We’ve got you. And you’ve got this: “Next right step… next right step…” 🙂

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      • mmbev says:

        Thank you for such a prompt reply. It’s time for me to pre read and pray so I can lector this evening at Mass. I read you reply, and it stopped. Cold turkey. Very interesting. I won’t forget the lesson.

        You must have gone almost crazy knowing what the job you were called to was. That kind of responsibility has to be akin to being exploded and then run over by a steam roller, to flatten and stick the parts back together.

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        • SteveBC says:

          MMBev, again you amaze me with a brilliant, strange image. That’s as good an image of Charlie’s personal Storm as any I can think of.

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          • mmbev says:

            Um, Steve. Um, not that I mind, but is that a nice way of saying that you think I am a bit – well, slightly, oh, a tinsy, little, oh gosh, weird?

            How the heck did you find out what the whole family thinks of me! No fair!

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          • SteveBC says:

            MMBev, “Like calls to like.” 😀

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  21. Julia says:

    Charlie, I notice you gave an answer in the positive to someone who asked if there is someone in Europe/UK who is warning about the coming crash/storm etc. I wonder who that may be.

    I read of an article in a newspaper that Gordon Brown’s former advisor is saying store canned food and store water and get some cash put by ready for a crash. Is Gordon Browns former advisor to be seen as a prophet. I don’t know of anyone else. Any clues as to who UK can look to. Apart from yourself.

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  22. anthony says:

    Hi Charlie. God bless you for all you are doing. I have a question and I apologise because it relates to another article that you wrote in the past but I haven’t been able to find it. In the article you said that God told you that all must choose or perish. Could you elaborate a little on that.

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    • charliej373 says:

      No, in July of 2000 my angel was visiting to discuss some things and I started praying that the Storm could pass us over. He got big and intimidating and said, “You must tell them true and they must choose or perish.”

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  23. Maureen says:

    Charlie,

    Thank you for sharing your inspired insight that you receive about the “STORM”. As I read your post I sometimes reflect on the movie, “For Greater Glory.” As you most likely know it is a true story about the 1920 Cristiada War in Mexico. If you are familiar with the movie, the Mexican Catholic’s (Cristero’s) rose up to defend their Catholic faith. The martyrs such as Fr. Miguel Pro and Jose Sanchez del Rio come to mind. I had the profound privilege of visiting Fr. Pro’s monastery in Mexico while on pilgrimage with then Archbishop Burke. Fr. Pro was very clever by disguising himself (so not to be detected by the soldiers) in order to administer the sacraments to Mexican Catholic’s. The young 14 year old boy Jose showed remarkable supernatural courage to defend his Lord Jesus even unto death. They are true heroes in my book because they took action in the moment without counting the cost. They did for Christ and his flock. This is the mind set to have encountering the Storm. Let us call on all the ChurchTriumphant, the Church Suffering, and the Church Militant together with Our Blessed Mother at the helm for strength and perseverance to weather the Storm.

    Viva Cristo Rey!

    Maureen

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    • Maribel says:

      I´m from Mexico City, and my mother tells me that my grandmother used her house for celebrating masses when all the churches were closed down. A priest disguised himself and he went to my mother´s house and celebrate mass. it was forbidden and if they discovered them, would have meant death for all of them. So, I know my grandmother was a really brave woman who loved her faith more than anything.
      Some time after, when things got better but there was persecution, anyway, my mother says my grandmother took all of her children to demonstrations asking for religous freedom.
      I really hope I can be like my grandmother, even a litlle bit!

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      • mmbev says:

        What you have shared, Maribel, brings tears to my eyes and my heart.

        I pray we may ALL be like your grandmother, filled with His courage, His grace and His strength.

        I am so grateful you shared this.

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      • Petra says:

        I love these accounts of modern day saints, those whose faith was tested and proved by the risks they took for their faith regardless of threats and real danger of death. God bless your grandmother! I imagine she wears a bejeweled crown in heaven! I too hope I can be courageous and daring if the time of persecution to the point of death comes. I will pray we all will have courage and perseverance.

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      • Doug says:

        La pas de Dios este contigo!

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      • Kim Sevier says:

        Hi Maribel– thanks for sharing. I am in Tennessee but my son, daughter in law, and baby grandson live in Mexico City. My son is a diplomat. It is so hard to be so far from them but I pray that when all falls apart they will be with people like you. God bless!!

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  24. Debbie says:

    I am wondering after reading the comment from your Angel what I am choosing is to follow God at all costs, to not be afraid to take the next right step forward. Not to step back but stay faithful? I am hoping I am understanding. I have bought some extra food items but not sure if that is the right thing I should do. Maybe prayer and the sacraments is where I should prepare. A number of years ago I had the worst dream when I was preparing to enter the Catholic faith. I pray that God will find me worthy. Sorry for my all my questions. Thank you for accepting the mission. Will keep you in my prayers daily.

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  25. Eileen Vacheresse says:

    Dear Charlie-I don’t want to bother my co- worker J. Hahn about this because you must have answered this and I missed it. So I probably will knock on his door- oh well!! What do people like myself who are dependent on medications for diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis to do? We cannot store up on medication. Will we just die sooner? If so, then so be it. Thank you , Eileen

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  26. Josh says:

    Hi Marie,

    Thanks for your comment. I read the same sites as you, mostly Mark Mallett. I usually don’t read about Catholic prophecy (when I do, I try to do it with discernment), but it all started last year, when a friend of mine, who is a priest, told me about Garabandal, the Warning and the Illumination of conscience, and I started doing research on these subjects.

    God Bless you too

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  27. CrewDog says:

    Heartlight Daily Verse – 3 September

    Isaiah 48:17
    This is what the Lord says — your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: “I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go.”
    Thoughts on today’s verse:
    I sometimes long for the pillar of fire at night and the cloud by day to guide me as I make my way through this world. But I am reminded of God’s abiding presence in the Spirit and his promise to never forsake me. I believe that if I seek his glory he will get me where I need to be to do his will.
    Prayer:
    Guide me, O Father, guide me to the places you want me to be, the ministries you want me to offer, and the people you want me to touch. Capture my heart to do your work and never let me lose sight of your coming glory. In Jesus name. Amen.’
    Visit heartlight.org for more

    GOD SAVE ALL HERE!!

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  28. janet333 says:

    This person needs to be stopped. Can anyone offer any solutions?

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    • charliej373 says:

      I dropped the link, Janet, because all the ravings of Dr. Kelly Bowring are banned here. He is trying to seduce people away from the safety of the faith and the Church. I warned the middle of last year that this danger was rising. This, too, must come,, but woe to those who leave the safety of the Church.

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      • janet333 says:

        I understand Charlie..I’d posted it before I realised it wasn’t a wise thing to do…hence my email to you. I’m sure he will return and bring the lost sheep back with him. 🙂

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  29. janet333 says:

    A friend is contacting her bishop to ask him to have the Archbishop’s office look into Bowring’s antics! She lives in the Atlanta Archdiocese.

    Prayers for this person’s eyes to be opened please friends.

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  30. Susan Kent says:

    Just a note of thanks in finding so many who pray, trust and take the next right step…we are not alone as Charlie showed us in Escondido, last Friday….now here we are at First Friday and First Saturday; how blessed are we!!

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