Friday healing

Friday is the most holy of days. It was the day that Christ died on the cross where he saved mankind from sin. But other non-believers use the time of his death as a window to perform evil rites. He died at three o’clock and there was darkness. That is the minute window of opportunity that others use to cast evil spells. So don’t let your guard off. Pray during this time to ward off any evil spirits and evil curses/spells.

Make it a habit to pray as soon as you wake up and end the night with a song of praise. The vibrations during meditation is strong and it is too high for any evil works to come through. Just do the Catholic prayers, and exorcism if sensing something. You can do it anywhere where there is peace and quiet.

Call upon the Holy Spirit and invoke the name of Jesus. Remember that God is made up of three divine persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.

The relic of the Cross of Jesus Christ. Santa Croce Gerusalem. You can copy and save the relic and use it for your daily worship. It is miraculous. May the divine light dawns on you. Stay in the faith and follow that path to salvation. All in Jesus’ name.

Luckily with the grace of God we managed to have a pilgrimage in Rome in June to July 2006 when the fare was incredibly cheap and Brexit was far from talks. We visited churches around Rome and the Vatican.

The print of the Shroud of Turin, Santa Croce Gerusalem, Rome.

The Triangle Eye of the Holy Spirit, Basilica San Juan Laterano, Rome.

My mother, Mrs. Anita Marzan Tolentino, was 72 years old at this moment in time in 2006. We had been following the map walking down the streets of Rome. Feeling exhausted and thirsty in the heat of the afternoon sun, we reached these sacred places. By the time we reached Santa Groce Gerusalem my mum was almost fainting but she felt a charge of energy as we entered the chapel and we were all rejuvenated from the sight of the relics.

Basilica San Juan Laterano, Rome.

Major Papal, Patriarchal and Roman Archbasilica Cathedral of the Most Holy Savior and Saints John the Baptist and the Evangelist in Lateran, Mother and Head of All Churches in Rome and in the World
Arcibasilica Papale Romana Maggiore di San Giovanni in Laterano  (Italian)Archibasilica Sanctissimi Salvatoris ac Sancti Ioannis Baptistae et Ioannis Evangelistae ad Lateranum  (Latin)

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