March 21, 2013
Babylon, Catholicism, Heresies, Learning to Discern
Anti-christ, Babylon, Discernment, Heresies
This brother speaks very well what has been in my heart concerning the pope. Hear him.
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No pope has ever preached the gospel and no pope ever will.
Could a genuine Christian man ever work his way up to be head of the Mafia? Will you ever find a Christian man at the top of a crime syndicate?
Likewise, will you ever find a real Christian man as head of the RCC? No.
If Paul the Apostle were here today would he have been elected pope ahead of Francis?
Of course not. Why?
They would hate him with a vengeance because he would preach the true Gospel of Jesus Christ to them and call them to repent. They would accuse Paul of having no love or compassion and of being narrow-minded, and of not respecting their traditions.
If the pope truly got saved and filled with the Holy Spirit he would immediately preach the truth about Jesus and he would testify that Jesus saved him from being an idol worshiper and a necromancer (one who prays to the dead, which is the occult and witchcraft) and that none of the things Catholics do in their religion ever makes them right in the sight of God, in fact the opposite: when they fellowship with and pray to idols they fellowship with demons.
He would tell them that it is by faith alone in the finished work of Christ on the Cross we are saved, and to add anything to the gospel means to forfeit Christ. It’s not Jesus plus Mary, or any rituals and superstitions, it is only Jesus. (If it’s only Jesus then they would be out of business: the whole religion becomes irrelevant)
He would call Catholics everywhere to smash their idols and burn all their magic fetishes.
Do you think that pope would live to see another day on this earth?
But if they would have elected Paul the Apostle as pope that’s what he would do.
But God will destroy the abominations of Rome: And the ten horns which you saw upon the beast, these shall hate the harlot, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. — Revelation 17:8 –
October 11, 2012
Many are looking for a “savior” today. Some thing, some movement or some man to come along and make everything just and right. It really is nothing new under the sun. Just as it has been in ages past, so it is today.
The Bible says little about Nimrod. He is mentioned only four times. Twice being in the passage below:
Cush begot Nimrod; he began to be a mighty one on the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord; therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord.” — Geneis 10:8,9 –
The meaning of the name Nimrod — rebellion or the valiant.
The meaning of the word mighty — powerful; by implication, warrior, tyrant:– champion, chief, X excel, giant, man, mighty (man, one), strong (man), valiant man
The meaning of the word hunter is exactly as said, hunter.
Take all three words, combine the meanings and put them in one man — such as Nimrod — and what do you have? A man who was capable of hunting and providing food, who was looked up on as valiant, able to lead in such a way that he had all the nations joined as one in building the Tower of Babel. Perhaps even being worshipped because he was a great sign and wonder to many.
But, let us not forget a couple of things. It can also be said Nimrod was rebellious (such as his name means) and a tyrant (such as the word mighty means.)
History has seen many men like this. Men who are able to decieve multitudes into following them.
July 15, 2012
Babylon, Judgment of God, Obama
nodoubt257:In light of Obama’s decision to support same sex marriage, I have decided to re-post this video. He says his decision “evolved” based on counsel around him. As this video states. From Isaiah 47. “The Daughter of Babylon’s” leader receives bad advice from his counselors. This reminds me of our country, as the daughter of Babylon and Obama, making fatal choices for our country. I hope he doesn’t call himself a Christian again. He didn’t reach his decision by seeking God but by the people around him.
RH: I can agree with nodoubt257. It is true he did not seek God in his decision. It is obvious. I can not put blame on those around him. He made his choice.