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WILMINGTON, NC, May 08, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- COVID-19 targeted Italy with a death rate over 13.5%. At one point during the COVID-19 pandemic, the death rate in Italy of 13.6% was almost twice the worldwide death rate of 7.1%, with Italy reporting 27,700 deaths from 204,000 confirmed cases compared to 228,000 deaths worldwide from 3,190,000 confirmed cases. And now the over 1,200,000,000 worldwide Catholics stand ready to see the throngs Christians gather together once again and stand side by side in Saint Peter's Square.
At his website https://dazzlinglight.org/, John the apostle reports that, "On Thursday January 20, 2005, I made my first trip to the Chapel on the Mount of Beatitudes tourist site in Galilee. As I entered the church, the sanctuary's striking interior design and immaculate cleanliness brought me to a state of reverence and respect. I knelt at a prayer station, bowed my head, and then noticed a paper bag on the floor near my knees. I picked up the bag and saw written this message from Jesus: Open Doors – Ezekiel 7:12 – Isa. 29.
"Then during Holy Week in 2019, Jesus instructed me to send these Words of Warning to Christian Churches:
"The time is coming. The day is near when the business of Christianity will come to an end. And God's punishment will fall upon all Christians." Ezekiel 7:12. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 bankrupted Christianity.
"Christ's Holy City in Rome is doomed! There will be weeping and wailing, and the whole city will be like an altar covered in blood." Isaiah 29:1. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 desolated Vatican City.
"You claim to worship me, but your words are meaningless and your hearts are in your bank accounts." Isaiah 29:13. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 filled Christian's hearts with fear.
"When I return, the light will shine into your darkness and The Word of God will once again bring happiness to poor and humble people." Isaiah 29:18-19. During Lent in 2020, COVID-19 purged Christianity for Jesus Return on September 19, 2022."
From a deserted Vatican City, the Catholic Herald reported, "Vatican flags are flying at half-staff on Tuesday in solidarity with the victims of the coronavirus in Italy and worldwide.
"Today, in solidarity with Italy, the Holy See will display flags at half-mast in mourning to express its closeness to the victims of the pandemic in Italy and in the world, to their families, and to all those who generously struggle for its end," Holy See Press Office Director Matteo Bruni told journalists on March 31.
"Pope Francis met with the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte at the Vatican the day prior as the Italian government attempts to confront an outbreak which has led Italy to have the highest number of coronavirus mortalities in the world.
"More than 11,500 people have died of COVID-19 in Italy after a total of 101,739 people have been documented by the Italian Ministry of Health as infected with the coronavirus. Throughout the world, more than 37,800 people have died, according to Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center.
"Italy was the first country outside of China to implement a mandatory lockdown in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Conte announced the lockdown on March 9, and has since said that the national quarantine will be extended beyond the original April 3 deadline.
"The Italian government has suspended all public religious gatherings, including funerals, throughout the country, and all restaurants, schools, and non-essential businesses remain closed.
"Pope Francis also met with the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi on March 28 at the Vatican. The Holy See did not release any further details about either of the private meetings.
"Lazio, the Italian region in which Rome is located, has had 2,914 documented cases of COVID-19, including Rome's vicar general, Cardinal Angelo De Donatis.
"There have been six coronavirus cases connected to Vatican City. The Holy See has tested at least 170 employees for COVID-19, according to the Holy See Press Office, which confirmed that Pope Francis does not have the coronavirus on March 28.
"Vatican liturgies for Holy Week and Easter will take place without the presence of people this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and will be broadcast live for those quarantined at home."
"Vatican flags at half-staff in solidarity with coronavirus victims" Catholic Herald March 31, 2020 by Courtney Mares/CNA
More information is available at John's website at https://dazzlinglight.org.
At his website John reveals. "I am John the apostle from the Bible and I am here for Jesus' Second Coming to Galilee on September 19, 2022. I was born again on October 24, 1982. God spoke to me from the fiery cloud on November 16, 1982. I saw the dazzling light of God's Glory on January 7, 1983. I received three dreams of Jesus' Second Coming on October 19, 1983, June 21, 1984, and October 19, 1984. Jesus indwelled me and sang at Amity Church on April 14, 1985. Jesus called me to Galilee to write the book 'Is Your Church Heavenly?' on January 16, 2005. I saw heaven open beside the Sea of Galilee on January 25, 2005. God revealed to me that Jesus was born on September 19, 03 BC in a dream on August 19, 2017. I bleed from my stigmata on Father's Day June 17, 2018. During Holy Week of 2019, Jesus gave me Words of Warning for Christian Churches. On April 3, 2020, Christ called me to proclaim this message: 'BE READY! BE READY! BE READY! Brothers and Sisters in Christ: BE READY for Jesus' return to Galilee on September 19, 2022. BE READY for Jesus' Second Coming at the Dazzling Light Website."
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