Pope Francis is Not the “Holy Father”

Alex Jones asks in this excellent video if the Jesuit Pope Francis is the devil? No, but the Pope is an agent of the devil. This sort of statement doesn’t sit well with Catholics who believe the Pope is infallible and can do no wrong. They call him “Holy Father”, but the Lord Jesus Christ said this:

“Do not call anyone on earth your father; for One is your Father, He who is in heaven. “Do not be called leaders; for One is your Leader, that is, Christ. “But the greatest among you shall be your servant. “Whoever exalts himself shall be humbled; and whoever humbles himself shall be exalted.” Matthew 23:9-12

Yes, I know that Catholics have an answer, (excuse) to call the Pope the Holy Father, but most have not been encouraged or taught to read the bible, or they would read what the Lord Jesus Christ said in the next sentences about not exalting yourself, about humbling yourself and not becoming leaders. The Catholic clerical hierarchy is all about exalting itself, and lording over the common people: the “laity”.  This is Antichrist….plain and simple.

The Pope to be hailed on Capitol Hill

Originally posted on News that matters:

The first time a pontiff will be addressing Congress rivals a presidential inauguration and State of the Union wrapped into one.

They suit each other and seems to enjoy each others company. They suit each other and seems to enjoy each others company.

The president’s Cabinet, the diplomatic corps and members of the Supreme Court, six of whom are Catholic, are expected to join senators and House members in the seats on the floor of the chamber. The House recently took the unusual step of voting to limit the people who can sit in those prime seats, essentially barring former members.

The politicians have got one ticket each, which they can gift to a family member.

Republican Rep. Leonard Lance, R-N.J., faces a nearly Solomonic choice straight out of the Old Testament “Either my wife (Heidi) or my twin brother (James), but I’m a very popular fellow these days because of that one ticket that I get,” Lance said.

Sen. Barbara…

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Faith Produces the Evidence Proving the Reality of God

Originally posted on Spiritual Abuse Sanctuary:

“He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.” John 14:21

I really like that word, “manifest“. It’s used quite a lot throughout the New Testament in regard to the Lord Jesus Christ. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/manifest

I’m very fond of this particular scripture as well. The reason why is that it means exactly what it says, and will accomplish exactly what the Lord Jesus said it would if it’s conditions were met. And….I’ve personally found it to be true and work that way, as multitudes of other spirit-filled Christians have.

Unbelievers who doubt or outright scoff at the bible will argue that it’s a myth and fairy tale, but then, they are really on the outside looking in at a mystery that hasn’t…

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Jesus Free Zones

Originally posted on Real Christianity:

         According to that which transpires every Sunday morning, most Christians ascribe to a universal unspoken creed, believing the Christian thing to do in official church services—the highest protocol—is to honor a communal vow of silence. Along with this is the expectation to be “nice” at all times in the sense of always being careful to never give offense.

         The problem with this invertebrate approach, beside the point that one will never get anything done for God with such a bankrupt ideology, is that it plays right into the devil’s hands. In fact, it arises from obeying the devil instead of obeying the Lord Jesus and the evidence for this is all around us. Where is the proof of His mighty presence? Where is the dynamic of an interactive community?

         Real Christianity has the powerful backbone of its Founder. It is not wrong or immoral to possess this…

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Warning! The Coming Judgments Upon This Country

Originally posted on Spiritual Abuse Sanctuary:

Brother Steven Crowder

Seeing Through The Eyes Of A Child

“On the 26th day of February in the year 2001, the Lord spoke to me and said, “Write down what I speak to you!The first of three judgments is soon to be upon this country.”

“For weeks I have been stirring your spirit and showing you things that you must tell My people.I’ve shown you My anger and my anguish over their deeds and their lives, and I’ve caused you to feel these very things in your own heart, have I not?”

And I said, “Yes, Lord.With all of my heart I know this.”

And the Lord said to me, “You must record what I’ve shown you and what I will show you, and you must share it amongst the people, even if it brings forth unbelief and dissension, and even persecution from those who call themselves your brethren”

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Jimmy Swaggart’s “Message of the Cross” Exposed

 

And….Jimmy Swaggart’s hyper-confusing “Hyper Grace” rapture doctrine….enough to rattle your brain. From Deceptionbytes.com  “Good news for those of you who are not living right!  According to Jimmy Swaggart, you will be taken in the rapture as well and won’t miss out on eternal life!  Unfortunately for you, it is a lie.  His stance on the rapture is blatantly anti-biblical and downright apostate. However, this is a very expedient doctrine for a ministry that is more concerned about looking righteous than being righteous.

According to Swaggart’s stance, once you have accepted Christ it matters not if you are in an adulterous relationship, engaging in fornication or living a lascivious lifestyle.  Nor does it matter if you are a drunkard, a compulsive gambler or a wife beater; you will still inherit the kingdom.  A convenient doctrine indeed for a ministry that would rather bury their dirty laundry than clean it.

(Jude 1:4), For certain men have crept in unnoticed, who long ago were marked out for this condemnation, ungodly men, who turn the grace of our God into lewdness and deny the only Lord God and our Lord Jesus Christ.”

 

So I am not a Jimmy Swaggart fan, OK? Sometimes, it’s time to simply call a spade a spade, and this is one of those times. Well, for those who are saying Jimmy Swaggart didn’t say that, (regarding his rapture teaching); but he did, and thundering out in an old timey blaring fire and brimstone manner so loved by his groupies, to drive his point home, doesn’t change the scriptures one iota. Here is Swaggart’s rapture message in his own words. Please don’t miss the “left behind” part at the end of the tape where children, (and possibly others?) can get saved “after” the rapture occurs. Huh? After preaching all these years, Jimmy Swaggart of all people should have a firm grasp of all aspects of the word of God.

Out of Jimmy Swaggarts own mouth and in his own words:

http://deceptionbytes.com/jimmy-swaggarts-new-rapture-rules/

http://www.fmh-child.org/S12.30.12.html

http://spiritwatchunchained.blogspot.com/2012/03/jimmy-swaggarts-message-of-cross.html

http://www.mikesiegel.com/jimmy-swaggart/jimmy-swaggart-devil-not-angel

 

 

 

 

Patron saint for headaches crippled by mental illness

Originally posted on News that matters:

Roman Catholic Saint Teresa of Avila had mental problems and inflicted her self with various torture.

Teresa de Cepeda y Ahumada was born in 1515 in Gotarrendura, in the province of Ávila, Spain. Her paternal grandfather, Juan de Toledo, was a marrano (Jewish forced-convert to Christianity). He was condemned by the Spanish Inquisition for allegedly returning to the Jewish faith.

Her father, Alonso Sánchez de Cepeda, bought a knighthood and successfully assimilated into Christian society.

Different websites records the life of Teressa of Avila to be full of mental pain. Still she was canonized, and made patron saint for all who have headaches.

In 1622, forty years after her death, she was canonized by Pope Gregory XV. In 1970 she was named a “Doctor of the Church” by Pope Paul VI.

This is what wikipedia has recorded:

 Around 1556, various friends suggested that her newfound knowledge was diabolical, not divine.

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