What To Expect AFTER the Warning

See my previous post with an overview of these three events. See also my book the Warning, Consolation, and Miracle for more details.

I expect that Pope Francis will suggest the building of three places of worship in Jerusalem, one for Christianity, one for Judaism, and one for Islam. But this will not happen in the short term, as instead there will be war. Much later, this suggestion by the Pope will bear fruit. See my previous article on this point, which is taken from my interpretation of Sacred Scripture.

There will be much mourning and sorrow, as people repent of their sins. There will be great fear, as many persons, whether repentant or not, will not understand what has happened and will be afraid. This will be very disruptive to society, and many persons will not go to work for a number of days.

Some persons will die of shock at seeing their sins during the Warning, and so there will be many deaths for society to death with. These deaths will be small as a percentage, but large in number.

Among those who die will be some prominent politicians. This will throw many nations into political confusion and uncertainty. Repentance will result in sudden changes in positions for some politicians and nations.

I expect that Russia will withdraw from Ukraine.

Some type of event in the Church will be scheduled by the Vatican on or including May 12th, 2022. That date is the day of the Miracle, which was predicted to coincide with some event in the Church.

People will be afraid that this is the end of the world. It is only the beginning of the End Times. The End Times is divided into two parts: the first part for our generation, and the second part is in the distant future. So the End of the End Times is not so soon. Now is not the time of the Antichrist. Now is not the time of the Return of Jesus. And not all the events described in the book of Revelation will occur in this generation.

In fear that the world is ending, many persons will respond by partying — by selfish indulgence in sinful activities — rather than responding with prayer, self-denial, and mercy toward others as they should. This was predicted by Scripture:

[Isaiah]
{22:12} And in that day, the Lord, the God of hosts, will call to weeping and mourning, to baldness and the wearing of sackcloth.
{22:13} But behold: gladness and rejoicing, the killing of calves and the slaughter of rams, the eating of meat and the drinking of wine: “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we will die.”
{22:14} And the voice of the Lord of hosts was revealed in my ears: “Surely this iniquity will not be forgiven you, until you die,” says the Lord, the God of hosts.

On the day of the Warning, the Lord God calls us to weeping and mourning, over our sins, and to acts of self-denial and penance. But some persons will respond instead by gladness and rejoicing, for they are trying to cover up their sins and their guilt with indulgence in rejoicing and entertainments. They will feast, fearing that they will not live much longer. Scripture phrases it this way: “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we will die.” But this is similar to the expression, eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may die. Such is the wrong attitude, and so the voice of God then says through the prophet Isaiah, that those who respond to the Warning in this day incur a penalty from God, a penance, that will not be expiated until the end of their lives, whenever that might be. This does not mean that those persons end up in Hell, but merely that they have committed a grave sin that requires much penance.

I expect a persecution of Christians, which will quickly fail, after the Warning. For the unrepentant and those hostile to religion will seek to blame Catholicism for this event, as only some few Catholics understand and can explain what has happened. People will turn their anger against the Christian faithful, when they are really angry at their sinful lives and at the illumination of those sins by God. This attempted persecution will fail, because too many persons will be truly repentant.

Some persons, especially those who are leaders in religion or politics, will quickly realize that appearing repentant is necessary for them to keep their positions of power and leadership, so they will feign repentance.

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

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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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4 Responses to What To Expect AFTER the Warning

  1. Ian says:

    If for some reason 2022 isn’t the year that the Warning occurs, are there any other years/dates soon that would fit in your understanding?

  2. King Robert the Bruce says:

    If this is the year of the warning when can we expect an announcement from Fr Petar will it be this coming Tuesday or Wednesday Ron.

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