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Nadia S. wrote:

Hi, guys —

Based on the information given from Jesus to Maria Divine Mercy. Jesus said:

"Your body will be purified and re-created into a state of perfection, based on the age in which you accepted the Love of God."

He is talking about the New Paradise that will be in the new earth and the age we will be.

Anyway, I was wondering since I'm a Catholic, I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior when
I received my First Communion, around age 7 or 8.

  • Is that the age I will be forever in the New Paradise Maria is talking about?

He says we won't age. I'm confused. Check out this web page:

[Web page hidden.]

Nadia S.

  { Based on the messages from Maria Divine Mercy, will I be this age forever in the New Paradise? }

Eric replied:

Dear Nadia —


Maria Divine Mercy's messages are not approved and are not consonant with the teaching of the Church. Please see this article:

Eric

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