Enthrone Christ the King on His Feast Day
                                                                                            
Dan Lynch
 

The Feast of Christ the King on November 20 marks the end of this Jubilee Year of Mercy. Please honor our King on His Feast Day by enthroning His image in your home or your parish Church.
 
Jesus invited us to pray before His Image. He said,
"My children, come before My Image and pray for your countries. Pray for your people. Pray for your families. Pray for My Mercy which I will graciously grant to those peoples and nations that acknowledge Me as True King! I AM your sure refuge in these most evil and truly dangerous times." (Journal 24).    

Jesus warned us,Violence, wars and hatred will grow yet greater until finally mankind will bring upon himself a great punishment, then will follow the chastisement that will fall directly from heaven. Embrace my devotion of Jesus, King of All Nations, for it is a great mercy given by your God for these most perilous times. Yours is the choice. I leave you free to accept or reject both my admonition and my gift." (Journal 375, 376, 379).

Enthrone this My image everywhere for I shall be powerfully present there and the Power of My Sovereign Kingship shall surely shield you from My Just Judgment. Be strong and do not lose hope. I AM with you to save you.”
(Journal 418-419).

By enthroning His image, we will make reparation for the enemies of Jesus who mockingly honored Him as a king during His Passion. We recognize Him as our True King in our Enthronement Ceremony.

In his Enthronement Ceremony booklet, Dan Lynch shares with you the Devotion to Jesus King of All Nations and then guides you step-by-step through the process of enthroning and consecrating your home, and your church to Jesus King of All Nations.


We have everything you will need to make your enthronement.

Please do this for your home and forward or show this email to your pastor and ask him to do it for your church, so that, as Jesus said, “the Power of My Sovereign Kingship shall surely shield you from My Just Judgment.”

Please call us today at 802 524-1300 or visit our website.

 

 

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