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Excerpts from A&A – bimonthly magazine of the Apostles of God

    End times and end of the world 

    “We are not yet at the end of the world, but at the end of a time in which man turned away from God and his divine Law, because of his conciliatory attitude toward sin, has entered a time of tribulation and purification such as there has never been since the beginning of the world until now, and probably there will be no more in human history.

    The end times, or more precisely the end of a time, is thus the renewal of the world at a time when ungodliness, loss of faith, sin and human folly will bring about a renewal of the state of our planet on many levels: spiritual, human (political, military, social and economic) and natural.A time will come when humans will live without any more concern for their eternity and what that entails (Rev. 13:4-9); they will forget God, and to forget God is to rebel against God…to eliminate God from one’s life is to rebel against God…to go against God’s Law is to rebel against God…to give death to one’s neighbor is to rebel against God…to fail to put into practice Charity, Truth, the practice of the Commandments and Sacraments, is to oppose God. 

    Are we already at this point? (Continued….)

    Says Fra Elia: 

    Prayer is a dialogue with God, it is pure desire to communicate with Him, a need to talk to Jesus. An intimate call between us and Him.A pure and sincere heart is needed. Prayer is not routine, not just words, but a Grace of God in the heart. Prayer must come out spontaneously because we must have confidence with Jesus. So pray from the heart, first for the sick, the forgotten, the union of families, youth, vocations and eventually for ourselves…so the graces will come.Don’t ask too much of the Lord…ask the right and ask for time for love in families.The Gospel is our daily bread, it is God’s word and we must learn to love it (Continued….)

    Herbalist’s Corner

    magnesium deficiency

    In general, attention should be paid to the presence of symptoms such as: general malaise, fatigue, nausea, lack of appetite, muscle weakness, abdominal cramps, tremors and lack of coordination, tachycardia but also depression, irritability and insomnia. Ensuring a varied and balanced diet is usually sufficient to introduce the right amount of magnesium into our bodies. Foods that contain this macronutrient include: green leafy vegetables (such as spinach and chard), but also artichokes, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower…..continue

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