Fear Not

Fear Not

The infernal enemy of our soul is promoting fear throughout the world. Fear of getting sick; fear of death; fear of being contaminated by others. Men have always gotten sick. Good men have never feared getting sick. Even during the plague when half the population was dying good Catholics did not fear getting sick and nursed the ill. Less virtuous men fled seeking to save themselves. Fear of illness existed among those of little faith.

Our Lord said, “And I say to you, my friends: Be not afraid of them who kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do. But I will shew you whom you shall fear: fear ye him, who after he hath killed, hath power to cast into hell. Yea, I say to you, fear him.” Jesus doesn’t want us to fear men, nor illness, nor death. He wants us to have the Gift of Fear of the Lord, which causes us to fear to offend God in the slightest manner because He is Our beloved Father.

The Conciliar Church mocks the Gift of Fear of the Lord. At a Confirmation ceremony in Limerick, Ireland in the late 90s the bishop mentioned that in the old days the children were questioned before Confirmation. He said that one question always asked was: What are the seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost? None of the children knew the answer. He then asked the parents? None of them knew either. The teachers started sliding under the pews. He then asked if anyone in the Church could answer that question. My man’s wife dubbed him in. She told the bishop “He knows the seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost”. He was called upon, stood and rattled off the Seven Gifts: Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety and Fear of the Lord. The bishop picked up on the last and instead of explaining this Gift, mocked it. ‘Ah, yes, Fear of the Lord. Who would fear the Lord. He is so good.’

Now, Pope Francis wants us to join the faithless masses and fear getting sick. We live in a faithless age because the Conciliar Church has taken the Faith from her children. We must have nothing to do with this Conciliar Church if we want to keep the Faith.

We are warned that the Devil was a murderer and a liar from the beginning and that he has children in this world. Our Lord said to the Pharisees who refused to believe in Him: “You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and he stood not in the truth; because truth is not in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father thereof”. The Devil’s children rule the world today. The world is governed by a cryptocracy. Unknown enemies of truth and justice are implementing the devil’s plan of enslavement, all founded on murder, lies and deceit. Politicians are puppets of this cryptocracy dancing to its tune. The Media its spokespersons. They dictate to men how to think, what opinions to have, which truths to reject. Most men in the world have voluntarily submitted to mind control. They reject concrete evidence placed before their eyes if it contradicts what they are told to think.

Minds deceived and enslaved to lies and error are incapable of fulfilling their purpose in this world. Every man God has made or will make from the time of Adam until the end of the world is made to: “Know, Love and Serve God in this world and be happy with Him forever in the next.” Men enslaved to lies are incapable of Knowing God, Who is Truth. Those who do not know God cannot Love Him and do not Serve Him. They do not have the supernatural virtues of Faith, Hope, and Charity. The lies and deception that are the principles by which our world is governed are leading mankind to Hell.

Our Lady of Fatima warned that “nations would be annihilated.” [Sodom and Gomorrah are examples of kingdoms that were annihilated.] She did not say how this would be done. The nearly universal sin of unbelief, and the sins flowing from it, deserve punishment. Nations that officially promote sin and immorality need to be punished in this world because they will not exist in the next world. There are no nations in Heaven; no nations in Hell. Nations are rewarded for the good that they have done and punished for the evil that they have done in this world. Some nations will be punished by annihilation. Others by lessor punishments: Wars, plagues, famines, floods, fire, and perhaps other yet unknown means, e.g., “vaccinations.” Punishment is good because it restores justice and rights a wrong done. The child misbehaves. His father spanks him. Justice is restored. The evil is uprooted and peace restored to the family.

When a nation sins, the nation is guilty. The good suffer along with the wicked. If God is using wicked scientists, wicked pharmacists, wicked politicians, wicked police forces, and wicked billionaires as instruments of the Divine Wrath then the punishment meted out by them is a good. This punishment has caused the closure of many things, night clubs, dance halls, theatres, cinemas, amusement parks, sports stadia, concert halls, brothels, casinos, places of worship, many small businesses... For most of these their closure is a good. It is a good because God was not served in them or by them. Instead sin abounded in them. Their closure causes fewer public sins to be committed. A shut down of the entertainment industry is certainly a good, because what we call entertainment doesn't refresh the soul or restore a weary body and is generally offensive to God.

Objection: closing places of worship is not good.

Reply: Places of worship are the worst offenders in the above list. Their closure is a great good. Many of the places in the above list promote sins against the sixth and ninth commandments, or greed and envy, or arouse the passions. In places of worship we find worship of false gods. Honour due to God is given to creatures. In places of worship we find false worship given to the true God. This is what happens in Protestant meeting halls and in the Conciliar Church. These are offences directly against God. The new Mass is a mockery of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It offends God very much. Closing Conciliar churches is a good. Closing Protestant meeting halls is a good. Closing synagogues and mosques is a good. In all of these places God is dishonoured and mocked.

Objection: closing small businesses is not good.

Reply: Naturally speaking it is not because small businesses keep the economy going and enable a nation to prosper. But from a supernatural aspect we ask: How many of these businessmen follow the law of God in running their business? Certainly, many do. And the honest ones probably suffer most from the injustices done to them. But many do not. Many mock the Lord’s Day by Sunday trade.

We need to have a supernatural spirit as the martyrs did and not fear natural evils. If we are obliged to suffer from them we must unite these sufferings to those of Our Lord on the Cross and offer them up in reparation for our sins and for the conversion of sinners or some other good intention. Our Lady prophesied that the whole world would become communist. Her prophecy has been fulfilled. The nations are today communist. There is no reason to believe that the restrictions and controls placed on us now will not be increased. The correct thing to do is to accept these restrictions as a just punishment permitted by God for the evils of our nations. The western nations are guilty of all four of the crimes crying to heaven for vengeance and justly deserve punishment. The whole nation is punished the good along with the innocent. The good did not make sufficient effort to prevent these evils from being entrenched in their nations.

A worse crime than these is godlessness. The nations have rejected Our Lord Jesus Christ as king and refused the law of God. Punishment is a good because it rights a wrong done. If God permits evil men to oppress us He is using them as instruments of His Justice. Certainly we must pray and do penance that these evils come to an end and the evildoers receive justice but also we must like holy Job bear them patiently and not let them disturb our peace of soul. Our peace of soul is founded on the absolutely certain truth that God is Our Father who has a fatherly love for us and will give us the graces to bear patiently all the crosses that come our way.

Mary, Help of Christians pray for us.

Sins crying to heaven for vengeance:

1. Wilful murder.

2. Oppressing widows and orphans

3. Defrauding workers of their wages

4. Sodomy



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