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Katya Rivas: Light Will Shine over the Darkness


The Medallion of the Apostolate of the New Evangelization

The Great Crusade Of Love

Extract #16

The Light Will Shine over the Darkness

CL-17
8-Jan-96
Jesus

Enemies who rage against My beloved Church have insulted Me in the same way as when they insulted Me in front of Pilate. Today they accuse My Church of the corruption of temporal power. Today they have placed in the scales of their atrocious politics, the slander that will cause ample defamation to My Spouse. I am not watching passively, I take from the enemies much of their boldness, so as to destroy that mud which they would like to make penetrate the mystical body of the believers.

My people do not take notice of this because I preserve them from many things, but if they knew them all, they would allow Me for sheer human fright. But he who knows, must be vigilant.

My friends, these words announce battles but not defeats; you will see on the day that I make the sun shine over the tempest, the light over the darkness.

My help is constant and will have marvellous results. O friends, listen to the cry that says: "death to sin, not the sinner…!"


….EXTRACT CONCLUDES….

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting Monday, 05 March 2001, in the first week of Lent 2001, Scoop began publication of a series of daily reflections on spiritual matters from Bolivian author Katya Rivas. Rivas, has received an official imprimatur from the Catholic Church for several books she says she was instructed to write by Jesus Christ, Mary and various Angels. Scoop’s extract, above, comes from Rivas’s book “The Passion”. In 1999 Katya Rivas was the subject of a top-rating documentary show hosted by Mike Willessee (see Scoop TV review - Jesus Christ Tells FOXNews He Wants To Hug World and Scoop Images ). More recently Rivas says she was instructed by Jesus to have her books translated and published on the internet with the intention of having the books distributed to as wide an audience as possible. Several of the books can now be read online at http://www.greatcrusade.org/, and more are coming soon.



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