I have long argued that the Warning can only occur on Good Friday. There is no better day for the divine call to repent from sin than the day that Jesus died for our sins. But the Warning is an event lasting only minutes, not hours; so at what time of day does the Warning occur? I have long said that it will occur at the time of day when Jesus died for our sins on the Cross.
Quoted from my book The Secrets of Medjugorje and Garabandal:
“Time of Day: The same time that Jesus died on the Cross, which is about the ninth hour (cf. Mark 15:33) Jerusalem sun time, which is about 2:51 p.m. Israel Standard Time (IST). Since the Warning occurs everywhere at the same moment, the time on the clock will vary by time zone: 2:51 p.m. IST is 12:51 UTC (Universal Coordinated Time), which is 8:51 a.m. on the East coast of the United States (Eastern Daylight Time).
“It is interesting to note that March 25th is usually the solemnity of the Annunciation, when the Incarnation was announced to Mary, but not when it coincides with Good Friday.”
The Warning occurs everywhere on earth at the same time. So in Jerusalem, it will occur at 3:51 p.m. (because they push the clocks forward an hour). On the east coast in the U.S., it will occur at 8:51 in the morning. On the west coast, which is three hours earlier, it will occur at 5:51 a.m. If you live in a different time zone, you can calculate when it will happen for you based on the number of hours difference from the above-stated times.
First, there will be a very loud noise in the sky, and a very bright light — caused by holy Angels. Electrical devices and vehicles will cease to operate (except in cases of necessity, such as hospital equipment and planes in the air). Everyone will find themselves alone with their conscience. Each person will know the sins that are still on their conscience. They will not be shown sins from which they already repented, nor objective sins committed with a sincere but mistaken conscience. The Warning is only an illumination of conscience. It does not give anyone infused knowledge of their sins, as happens at the particular judgment.
Each person will be offered the grace to repent from their sins. Those who accept this grace will have true sorrow, out of love for God and neighbor, for all the sins on their conscience and all their past repented sins. Thereafter, they will find it easier to avoid sin, and easier to repent with perfect contrition if they do sin.
Those who reject this grace to repent commit an actual mortal sin They will have lost a great opportunity on the path of salvation. This rejection will affect them adversely for the rest of their lives.
Repent. For the kingdom of heaven draws near.
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