REVELATION DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON NOVEMBER 29, 1995 AT 11:18 AM

SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST

“I am Saint John The Baptist.  It is sad for Me to say that there is so much confusion these times in which you live, regarding the importance of how the Sacraments are being used.

Children are not learning the importance of each Sacrament, because many in charge are ignoring the Value of each Sacrament and the importance each one is to the moral strength of all ages of men, women and children.  In some cases the Sacraments are being diluted to a minimum amount of instruction and purpose.  On the other hand, in some cases they are being restricted, according to the individual authority that is involved in particular areas.

What I have spoken may be disagreed with by some, but nonetheless, it is important for mankind to think more about what a Sacrament consists of, and Its full purpose in giving strength to an individual for a particular area of human life.

The Sacrament of Baptism is, in many ways, up to the individual who is involved.  In some ways and places, many changes have been made regarding the act of this Precious Means for the betterment of the individual’s Soul.

Then there is the Sacrament of Penance being diminished, and in many times and places ignored for the importance of It.  In some cases, certain individuals call for little concern for the offenses for which the penance was to be carried out, and then, there are in some areas fanatical appraisements by those who feel a need for control, and overemphasize the penance to a point where it is harmful mentally and physically.

The Sacrament of Extreme Unction is losing a solemnity because it is in some areas being ignored, and also being shortened, due to the Faith of the individual who has been given the vocation to be the dispenser of the Sacraments.

Each important facet of moral obligation must be treated with a constant understanding, remembrance, that a Sacrament means strength to the individual, and has a purpose for a particular area of human life; plus, in its very practice, leaves a Mark on the Soul, as well as the mind of the one who receives the Sacrament, for whatever It is designated to be important, to enable the individual to better understand, and to more fully apply what the Sacrament was meant to be for that individual life.  I will speak more on this at another time.  So be it.”

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