I will guide you through this time

By Manuela Strack

September 12 and September 25, 2022

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The Lord appears on the cross in the house of Jerusalem on September 12, 2022

The Lord speaks:

“From the Cross I look at My sheep, at My prayers. From the cross I call my prayers: Remain faithful to me! You will have to overcome obstacles. you will be strong in Me; I stay with you! I won't leave you alone. Man makes and goes into the abyss. Everything that is of the Eternal Father and Me the Son endures endures forever.”

M.: "O Lord, have mercy on us!"

The Lord says:

"Have no fear! I am with you. I come to My sheep. Ask for the mercy of the Eternal Father! But you have a share in Me, have a share in the grace of the Eternal Father. look at Me! Confess Me, do not be afraid ! I do not know anyone who does not confess Me. I will let my stream of grace flow through Germany for all souls who want to accept it. look at Me!

M.: For the sake of the wounds of Your Holy Feet, Lord, have mercy on us and have mercy on the German Church.


Appearance of the King of Mercy on September 25th, 2022
over the Maria Annuntiata fountain at the house of Jerusalem

A large golden ball of light floats in the sky. A smaller golden ball of light hovers to the right and left of this. And a beautiful golden light comes down to us from these orbs of light. The great golden sphere opens and the merciful baby Jesus comes out to us from the sphere of light. The King of Mercy wears a large golden crown, has dark brown short curly hair and blue eyes. He wears the mantle and robe of His Precious Blood. His robe and cloak are embroidered with golden lilies. In His right hand the Divine Child holds a large golden scepter with a golden orb on top and a cross on it. The cross is studded with red gemstones.

Now the two smaller spheres open and an angel comes out of each sphere wearing a plain white robe. The angels spread the cloak of the gracious child Jesus over us. They always get on their knees and say: "Et verbum caro factum est, et habitavit in nobis."

In His left hand, the merciful Child Jesus holds a beautiful, radiant, large book. I recognize the book. It's the Vulgate. The King of Mercy speaks:

"In the name of the Father and the Son -- that am I -- and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Dear friends, no matter how strong evil may be in the world, it will only be given to it for a limited time. How long has My Most Holy Mother appeared on earth? You didn't listen to her warnings. Now you are reaping the fruit. So I asked the Eternal Father to be with you, and so He granted you this grace.”

The King of Mercy tells me quietly that the evil has not just become apparent. The endangerment of the church and the associated danger for the people began earlier. At the same time, the apparitions of His Most Holy Mother began to warn the Church and people of wrong ways and the consequences that follow.

I may bring a request before the Lord. I learned from pilgrims that there is a "Holy Light" that comes into Jesus' tomb in Jerusalem every Holy Saturday and lights all the candles. This is not done by human hands. I ask the Lord if this is true. The Lord confirms to me that this "holy light" is His light, and points His finger to His ball of light, which stands like a sun behind Him.

Then the Vulgate is opened by an invisible hand and I see the Bible passages Isaiah 9 and Isaiah 10 .

The divine child speaks:

“Listen to My word. Whoever loves me keeps my commandment. Stand firm, stay true to Me! My love wins! Those who make sin a commandment will be thrown into the fire of corruption. The command of the Eternal Father is for ever and ever. Pray, sacrifice, repent! Through My Precious Blood I have redeemed you. Therefore, dear friends, hold fast to what I told you, what I taught, what the prophets of the old covenant taught. For I have Satan with the words of the old man wills fought. Now he is going around and wants to destroy the Scriptures. The adversary wants to divide the rock, the church and the flock. Get on your knees and beg for redemption before the Eternal Father! Do not listen to those who lead you into the fires of corruption. listen to my voice; You will find my voice in the Holy Scriptures, in the teaching of the Church, in the sacraments of the Church.”

Now the merciful child takes His scepter to His heart and it becomes the Aspergill of His Precious Blood. The King of Mercy sprinkles His Precious Blood on us and all those who remember Him and join Him in prayer: “In the name of the Father and of the Son—that am I—and of the Holy Spirit. Amen."

The children present are sprinkled very intimately by him.

The divine child speaks:

"Pray so that Germany will be saved and that no war will come to your country. Pray for the shepherds in Germany. The adversary has so much power in Germany because they refrain from doing good. The omission of the good is the entrance gate of the adversary.

Live in the Sacraments of My Church!”

Now the King of Mercy looks lovingly upon us. He sees every soul. The child Jesus speaks heartily:

"Pay particular attention to the sacrament of confession."

M.: "Yes, sir. You see our souls.”

Then the king of heaven speaks:

“I will guide you through this time and make you strong. I am with you!

Then the King of Mercy blesses us and says: "Adieu!"

M.: "Adieu, sir!"

The Lord goes back into the ball of light and wishes the following prayer from us and we pray:

“O my one Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell. Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who are most in need of Your mercy. On en."

The merciful child disappears, as do the two angels.


Please read Isaiah chapters 9 and 10 carefully to understand the message.



Isaiah chapter 9

Isa 9:1 The people that walk in darkness see a mighty light. A blaze of light shines brightly over the denizens of a dark land.

Isa 9:2 You give great joy, you create great joy. One rejoices before you as one rejoices at the harvest, as one rejoices at the sharing of the spoils.

Isa 9:3 For you will break the yoke of his burden, the staff on his shoulder, the staff of his oppressor, as on the day of Midian.

Isa 9:4 Yes, every soldier's boot that clatters along, every cloak dragged in blood will be burned and consumed in fire!

Isa 9:5 For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us, on whose shoulder will rest the kingdom. They call him: miracle counselor, god hero, eternal father, prince of peace.

Isaiah 9:6 Great is the dominion, and peace is unending upon David's throne and in his kingdom; he establishes and overthrows it by judgment and righteousness from now to eternity. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will do this!

Isaiah 9:7 The Lord sent word against Jacob, and it fell upon Israel.

Isa 9:8 All the people knew it, Ephraim and Samaria's inhabitants; in an arrogant, haughty spirit they said:

Isaiah 9:9 "Bricks fell down, we build heaps of stone, sycamore trees are cut down, and we plant cedars for them."

Isaiah 9:10 Then the LORD stirred up their enemies against them, and stirred up their enemies:

Isa 9:11 Aram on the east, the Philistines on the west; they ate Israel with their mouths full. Through it all, his anger continued, and his hand remained outstretched.

Isa 9:12 But the people turned not to him who struck them, neither did they seek the Lord of hosts.

Isa 9:13 The Lord cut off Israel head and tail, palm branch and reed in one day.

Isa 9:14 Elders and nobles are the head, prophets who tell lies are the tail.

Isa 9:15 The leaders of this people are deceivers, and those who are led are deceived.

Isaiah 9:16 Wherefore the Lord had no joy in his youth, nor pity on his orphans and widows. For they are all wicked and wicked, every mouth speaks foolishness. Through it all, his anger continued, and his hand remained outstretched.

Isaiah 9:17 For the wickedness burned like fire, which consumed thorns and thistles, and kindled the thicket of the forest, so that it burst into whirling smoke.

Isaiah 9:18 By the wrath of the Lord of hosts the land was burned up; the people became like food of fire; none spared his brother.

Isa 9:19 They ate at the right hand and hungered; they ate at the left and were not filled; each one ate the flesh of his fellow tribesman:

Isa 9:20 Manasseh Ephraim, Ephraim Manasseh; both united against Judah. Through it all, his anger continued, and his hand remained outstretched.


Isaiah chapter 10

Isa 10:1 Woe to those who make statutes full of evil and write decrees that are oppressive!

Isa 10:2 They drive the poor out of judgment, and rob the poor of my people of their justice; widows become prey to them, and orphans they plunder.

Isa 10:3 But what will you do in the day of trouble, and in the destruction that is at hand? To whom do you want to flee for help and where do you want to take your wealth?

Isa 10:4 It is only possible to crouch under captives and fall under the slain. Through it all, his anger continued, and his hand remained outstretched.

Isaiah 10:5 Woe to Assyria, the rod of my wrath, and the rod of my wrath in my hand!

Isaiah 10:6 I will send him against a wicked people, I will command him against the people of my wrath, to take spoil and take spoil, and trample them like dirt on the road.

Isa 10:7 But he thinks otherwise, and his heart is not so disposed. No, seeks to destroy his heart and to cut off not a few peoples.

Isa 10:8 For he says, "Are not my captains kings all together?

Isa 10:9 Was it not Kalno like Carchemish, Hamath like Arpad, or Samaria like Damascus?

Isaiah 10:10 For my hand reached out to the kingdoms of idols, whose carvings were more numerous than those of Jerusalem and Samaria.

Isa 10:11 Therefore, as I did Samaria and her idols, shall I not do so also to Jerusalem and her idols?"

Isaiah 10:12 It shall come to pass that when the Lord shall bring to completion all his work on Mount Sion and in Jerusalem, then shall he test the success of the arrogance of the king of Assyria and the boastful pride of his eyes.

Isa 10:13 For he says: "With the strength of my hand I have accomplished it, and with my wisdom, for I am so wise. I wiped out the frontiers of the peoples and plundered their treasures, and I cast down like a mighty man those enthroned !

Isa 10:14 And my hand grasped as at the nest for the riches of the peoples; as one gathers abandoned eggs, so I gathered up the whole earth! No one flapped their wings or opened their beak while chirping."

Isa 10:15 Does the ax boast against him that splits with it? Or does the saw show off to the one who pulls it? As if the stick swings those who lift it up, as if the staff lifts up those who are not wood.

Isa 10:16 Wherefore the Lord, the Lord of hosts, shall send consumption into his fat; instead of its splendor a fire blazes like embers.

Isaiah 10:17 The light of Israel shall become fire, and his holy one shall become a flame that burns and devours its thorns and thistles in one day.

Isa 10:18 He will utterly destroy his rich forest and orchard; it is like a sick man wasting away.

Isa 10:19 And the rest of his forest trees will be numbered; a boy can write them down.

Isa 10:20 In that day it will come to pass, that the remnant of Israel and those who escaped from the house of Jacob will no longer lean on him who strikes them, but they will lean in faithfulness to the Lord, the Holy One of Israel.

Isa 10:21 A remnant will turn, a remnant of Jacob to the mighty God.

Isa 10:22 Even if your people, O Israel, be like the sand of the sea, only a remnant of them will turn back. Destruction has been decided, justice is approaching.

Isa 10:23 For the Lord, the Lord of hosts, is carrying out a decreed destruction in the midst of all the earth.

Isaiah 10:24 Therefore says the Commander, the Lord of Hosts: "Fear not, my people that dwell in Zion, before Assyria, who will strike you with a rod and lift up his staff against you, just as Egypt did!

Isa 10:25 For in a little while my anger will be over, my wrath will be gone completely."

Isaiah 10:26 Then the LORD of hosts shall swing his whip against Assyria, as at Midian on Raven's Rock; he will raise his staff over the sea as he did against Egypt.

Isa 10:27 It will be on that day when his burden will be lifted from your shoulders, and his yoke will be removed from your neck.

Isa 10:28 He comes from Samaria, comes to Ayyat, then goes through Migron, orders his baggage to Michmash.

Isaiah 10:29 They pass through the narrow pass, Geba is their lodging, Rama trembles, Gibeah Sauls flees.

Isa 10:30 Let your voice ring out, daughter of Gallim, Laisha, listen up, answer her, Anathoth!

Isa 10:31 Madmena strays for a while, the inhabitants of Gebim take refuge.

Isa 10:32 To this day he stands in Nob, swinging his fist against the mount of the daughter of Sion, against the hill of Jerusalem.

Isa 10:33 Behold, the Commander and the Lord of Hosts trims the branches with terror; what towered high will be felled, the tall trees will fall to the ground.

Isa 10:34 The thicket of the forest will be cut down with iron; Lebanon falls in its glory.