It may make you cringe, or worse. It may make you immediately click off this article, page, or website. But Mario Jose Bergoglio, a.k.a. pope Francis, sovereign of the Vatican City State and head of the church of Rome as he is known to the world is a minister of the devil. Not an emissary of God. Not a disciple of Jesus Christ the Lord.
He is one of the many the apostle John instructs us:
Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.
1 John 2:18 — King James Version
As the apostle Paul instructs us to discern wisely, to see, know and judge accordingly:
And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds.
2 Corinthians 11:14-15 — English Standard Version
There is a line in the song by Emmylou Harris, titled “Satan’s Jewel Crown” more apropos of the work of this man Mario Jose Bergoglio than being called and considered “his holiness”:
All the things that I do for the love of the devil
I know my reward
Will be Satan’s jewel crown
Do not be deceived as the world is.
Yes, I am a “fundamentalist.” As defined by the world:
a person who believes in the strict, literal interpretation of scripture in a religion.
I believe every word within the Holy Bible is God-breathed. Given to select men by the Spirit of God. I believe in and believe every word in the Bible. A book of history, poetry, symbolism and literal instruction on what God our Father and Jesus our Lord desires of us in order to live pleasing and acceptable unto Them. I believe every story. I believe every person mentioned existed and what is written of them and every event is true. Yes, I’m among the “scourge” that Mario Jose Bergoglio speaks of. And most thankful for it, for I follow Jesus. Not this world and what it preaches or any man as Mario Jose Bergoglio.
And working to combine all the worlds religions under one tent, HUMANISM, NEW AGE DOCTRINES, FALSE TEACHINGS, IDOL WORSHIP — which is what Mario Jose Bergoglio is all about — are not, do not fit into the pattern laid out for everyone and anyone in this world to come to know God, to know Jesus, to know the Holy Spirit and to know the truth and take the free gift of salvation.
Beware. Be aware. Do not be deceived for we are in the last of the last times which began the moment Jesus died on the cross. And the times are revealing just how close we are to the end of all world history as it has been known and the return of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Judgment is going to take a long, long time…
because so ma are going to have a lot of explaining to do…
to no avail.
For each of us either believes God. believes Jesus, believes the Holy Spirit, believes every word contained in the Word of God and live accordingly, or we do not.
And in this “bottom line” world THAT is the bottom line of and to everything.
We each either believe and live accordingly. Desiring to serve God our Father and Jesus our Lord indwelt of the Holy Spirit each day we’re blessed with or…
we serve this world and he who has dominion here for a season. Period. No other paths. No other options. No others period. And we are to test every spirit. Discern (judge) wisely according to the Holy Bible. And live to serve the Lord. Not this world. Not any man. Not among the deluded walking in darknss.
Wise up. Pray up. Read up. Grow up. Mature up.
In the Lord and His ways. His word.
ACP — A Crooked Path
Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
Pope Francis Declares That Christian Fundamentalists Are “A Scourge”
December 2, 2019
By Micheal Snyder
Reprinted from: End of the American Dream
Why does it seem like virtually everyone wants to attack Christian fundamentalists these days? Two weeks ago, Pope Francis made some extremely controversial remarks, but those remarks really didn’t get much attention from the mainstream media. Of course if the Pope had targeted the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender or queer community or some other favored group, it would have instantly made headlines all over the globe. But he didn’t. Instead, Pope Francis specifically attacked fundamentalists, and in today’s world that is considered to be perfectly okay. The following comes from the official transcript of the remarks that the Pope made on the 18th of November…
Beware of the fundamentalist groups: everyone has his own. In Argentina too there is a little fundamentalist corner. And let us try, with fraternity, to go forward. Fundamentalism is a scourge and all religions have some kind of fundamentalist first cousin there, which forms a group.
Ostensibly, these remarks apply to fundamentalists from all religions. But by mentioning Argentina, the Pope made it exceedingly clear who his real target was.
There aren’t any “Muslim fundamentalists” or “Hindu fundamentalists” in Argentina. The fundamentalists that he was referring to are the Christian fundamentalists in Argentina, and in the very next sentence he denounced such people as “a scourge”.
Of course “a scourge” is another way of saying “a plague”, and what do we try to do to “a plague” when one breaks out?
That is something to think about.
And although the term “fundamentalist” is now sometimes used to refer to other religions, from the very beginning it has always been a Christian term. The following comes from the Encyclopedia Britannica…
Christian fundamentalism, movement in American Protestantism that arose in the late 19th century in reaction to theological modernism, which aimed to revise traditional Christian beliefs to accommodate new developments in the natural and social sciences, especially the theory of biological evolution. In keeping with traditional Christian doctrines concerning biblical interpretation, the mission of Jesus Christ, and the role of the church in society, fundamentalists affirmed a core of Christian beliefs that included the historical accuracy of the Bible, the imminent and physical Second Coming of Jesus Christ, and Christ’s Virgin Birth, Resurrection (see resurrection), and Atonement (see atonement). Fundamentalism became a significant phenomenon in the early 20th century and remained an influential movement in American society into the 21st century.
So what is a “Christian fundamentalist”?
Well, it is basically someone that believes the Bible is literally true, that believes that Jesus Christ died for our sins and rose again, and that believes that Jesus is coming back someday.
In other words, the Pope considers millions upon millions of American Christians to be a plague that is infecting our planet.
During those same remarks on the 18th of November, the Pope also once again pushed his “interreligious cooperation” agenda…
As I said during the World Conference of Human Fraternity: “There is no alternative: we will either build the future together or there will not be a future. Religions, in particular, cannot renounce the urgent task of building bridges between peoples and cultures. The time has come when religions should more actively exert themselves, with courage and audacity, and without pretence, to help the human family deepen the capacity for reconciliation, the vision of hope and the concrete paths of peace” (4 February 2019). Our religious traditions are a necessary source of inspiration to foster a culture of encounter. It is fundamental for there to be interreligious cooperation, based on the promotion of sincere and respectful dialogue that goes towards unity without confusion, maintaining identities. But a unity that transcends the mere political pact.”
This Pope has become increasingly aggressive in his efforts to foster unity among the various major religions of the world. Last month, he held a much publicized meeting with Thailand’s supreme Buddhist patriarch Somdej Phra Maha Muneewong. That historic meeting was held at Bangkok’s famous Ratchabophit Temple, and the Pope met with the Buddhist patriarch directly in front of a 150-year-old gold statue of Buddha. The Pope even removed his shoes as a sign of respect for the Buddhist temple.
Pope Francis also brought a gift for the Buddhist patriarch. It was a copy of a document entitled “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together” which the Pope and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar both signed in Abu Dhabi last February. The following is what Vatican News had to say about the exchange of this gift…
Pope Francis presented gifts to the Supreme Buddhist Patriarch, including a copy of the Abu Dhabi Declaration on “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together”. The Pope signed the document together with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, during his visit to the United Arab Emirates in February this year.
According to Cardinal Ayuso, including the Abu Dhabi Declaration among the gifts exchanged, highlighted the importance of spreading its message on Human Fraternity for peace and coexistence beyond the Middle East to Asia.
“Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together” sounds like an innocent title, but it is actually a loose blueprint for uniting the various religions of the world.
For example, at one point in the document it specifically says that the fact that there is such a diversity of religions in the world has been “willed by God in His wisdom”…
“The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the right to freedom of belief and the freedom to be different derives. Therefore, the fact that people are forced to adhere to a certain religion or culture must be rejected, as too the imposition of a cultural way of life that others do not accept”
In other words, this document is saying that God is pleased with all of the religions of the world and that they exist because it was His will for them to do so.
And the document concludes with an appeal for “reconciliation and fraternity” among the various religions of the world in order that “universal peace” may be achieved…
In conclusion, our aspiration is that:
this Declaration may constitute an invitation to reconciliation and fraternity among all believers, indeed among believers and non-believers, and among all people of good will;
this Declaration may be an appeal to every upright conscience that rejects deplorable violence and blind extremism; an appeal to those who cherish the values of tolerance and fraternity that are promoted and encouraged by religions;
this Declaration may be a witness to the greatness of faith in God that unites divided hearts and elevates the human soul;
this Declaration may be a sign of the closeness between East and West, between North and South, and between all who believe that God has created us to understand one another, cooperate with one another and live as brothers and sisters who love one another.
This is what we hope and seek to achieve with the aim of finding a universal peace that all can enjoy in this life.
On the political front, globalism may have lost some momentum, but in religious circles it is steaming right along.
The push for a one world religion is happening right out in the open, and very few people seem alarmed by it.
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