The Consolation on Easter Sunday

The Consolation on Easter Sunday

If the Warning of Garabandal occur in 2022, then it will be on Good Friday (April 15th). Now I have speculated for many years now that the Warning of Garabandal is the first secret of Medjugorje, and the Miracle of Garabandal is the third secret. So what would the second secret be? Since the Warning heals the soul by the grace of repentance, for those who are willing, and the Miracle heals the body, for those who have repented and converted, then the second secret must be related.

The human person is two things, body and soul. But when body and soul are united, they are thoroughly united as one person, and this results in what is called spirit, the close cooperation of body and soul as one. So when Scripture says that the human person is soul, spirit, and body, that is not three things; it is two things, which when combined result in an effect called spirit.

The Warning blesses the soul, the Miracle blesses the body, and so the second secret must bless the spirit. And this is what I call the Consolation. It must occur on Easter Sunday, so that the persons who repented at the Warning can be consoled in their spirits.

What form will this consolation take? First, the alleviation of the burden of sorrow, which has a good purpose, but must not continue for too long, otherwise our spirits are excessively burdened. Second, I speculate that the Consolation includes an illumination of the good that we have done and the good that we have received in our lives, resulting in thankfulness to God. Third, I think the Consolation might console us with memories of our loves ones who had passed away

Ronald L. Conte Jr.
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Please note that my predictions are speculative and fallible, and that my writings on the future have erred many times in the past. My eschatology is presented for the readers’ consideration, and should not be treated as certain or absolute.

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1 Response to The Consolation on Easter Sunday

  1. King Robert the Bruce says:

    Thanks for the explanation Ron.

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