The Warning is 4 months away: Good Friday, 2016

Good Friday of 2016, now 4 months away, is the date of the Warning in my eschatology.

I expect a conservative schism to occur also, beginning when Pope Francis releases his final document in response to the Synod.

The Warning precedes the tribulation; that is why it is a warning. It warns of the start of the End Times. People throughout history of wondered when the tribulation would begin; many claimed that it already began. But God gives the Warning as an unmistakable unique sign that the tribulation is beginning.

Other indications that the tribulation is about to begin:
* extremist Muslims trying to start an apocalyptic war
* Iran close to obtaining nuclear weapons (if they don’t have them already)
* societal approval for grave sins: abortion, same-sex marriage, pornography, all kinds of other grave sexual sins
* increases in terrorism and other sins of violence
* spiritual communism in the Church
* the great prominence of many false teachers in the Church

The Miracle of Garabandal coincides with the feast of Bl. Imelda and a Thursday in 2016. Later years of this coincidence are too late considering all the signs that the tribulation begins soon.

How should we prepare for the Warning?

Repent of all your grave sins. Make a good examination of conscience at least once a month, if not weekly. Go to Confession!

Increase the prayer in your life: Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, other prayers.

Practice self-denial in all things.

Seek new works of mercy to do for others in need.

Learn the teachings of the Church especially on ethics!! How can you repent from sin and change your life if you don’t know what is and is not sinful?

Store food, water, and other supplies. See my book: Apocalypse Survival Guide for Christians Kindle Edition for specifics on how to prepare.

I expect the tribulation, which follows after the Warning, to include a sharp increase in crimes of violence, food shortages and eventually famine in wealthy nations. Practical preparations are necessary, along with spiritual ones.

Jesus was speaking about the tribulation when He said:
{22:35} “When I sent you without money or provisions or shoes, did you lack anything?”
{22:36} And they said, “Nothing.” Then he said to them: “But now, let whoever has money take it, and likewise with provisions. And whoever does not have these, let him sell his coat and buy a sword.
{22:37} For I say to you, that what has been written must still be fulfilled in me: ‘And he was esteemed with the wicked.’ Yet even these things about me have an end.”

He means that we will need to make practical preparations (“provisions”) for the end times. And now is that time.

Ronald L. Conte Jr.
Roman Catholic theologian and translator of the Catholic Public Domain Version of the Bible.

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