Jesus told us about how the judgment is going to go down, warning us:
- “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you evil doers!’
But I imagine something more with this, that there will be other exclamations, say, by priests and bishops:
- Did we not push for babies to be killed to get “vaccines” for ourselves, you know, those babies who are made in your image, who, like, you know, are also the little children of Mary just like you, and isn’t that really cool of us?
And then I think of a sudden, right there at the judgment, Jesus will become just a little child, and as all good children, will ask His mom whether or not this is a stranger or someone we know. And then Mary will say one way or the other. If Mary deems us strangers because we spent our lives killing the image of Jesus in the womb for, say, researching and/or developing and/or testing “vaccines”, Mary, who carried Jesus for nine months in her womb will say: “I never knew him.”
And that’s when Jesus will say those most frightening words: “Depart from me, you evil doers. I never knew you.”
At the judgment, I would instead like to be the little boy who hands Jesus a flower for the Immaculate Conception, that is, after He says: “My mom remembers you, and so you’re my friend, so I’ll give this flower to her for you. Enter into the Kingdom of Heaven. Look, all those others whom you protected while you were on earth; they want to celebrate your entrance into heaven.”
Dearest Mary Immaculate, Mother of God, Queen Mother, Queen of Heaven and earth, of angels and men, I think there are many of us who would like to give you a flower personally in heaven. Please intercede that we will have the grace to protect the least of the brethren here upon earth.