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The Coming Clash
September 15, 2016 A.D.
September 15, 2015 A.D.
Our Lady of Medjugorje said on July 25, 2015:
The time since Our Lady has been appearing from June 24, 1981, is a time in which division is becoming more apparent. A Friend of Medjugorje writes:
Our Lady did not say in the mid-80s, “few pagans and many Christians are true believers.” Our Lady said, many Christians are living in ways and actions in which they are similarly adopting traits as what a pagan would live on a daily basis. As regards to the whole world, there were few true believers. As we phased into the 1990s and 2000s, Our Lady began to awaken Christians from paganism…”1
The call today is to follow Our Lady in rejecting the ways of paganism that have crept into the lives of Christians and believers. To “leave evil and choose good.” In doing so, one will find themselves being separated from friends, family, co-workers and church members. This separation is what a Friend of Medjugorje writes will take place:
“…This separation is a result of conversion and changing one’s pagan, unbelieving ways. Because Our Lady is coming into a world filled with darkness to bring it to the Light a clash and resulting collapse of one or the other will occur…”2
There is a clash coming as the pendulum swings towards the ways of God. The clash is being manifested already in what we see happening through events taking place in the world, through those who are already experiencing this in their personal lives, and through this upcoming presidential election in the United States. It is important for this time to be covered in deep prayer. Be sure to be forming your prayer groups in this time, even if only two people, and be sure not to miss out on the historic prayer group gathering with a Friend of Medjugorje at Independence Hall in Philadelphia on October 15, 2016. See here for more information about this historic prayer encounter.
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