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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Pope Francis Claims: ‘The Christian Who Does Not Feel Mary Is His Mother Is an Orphan’

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global false religious system - Mystery Babylon

Woe indeed to the current Pope, Francis.  Teaching people that you cannot be saved outside the Roman Catholic Church and without the help of Mother Mary.  The sad part of all this is that many Evangelical leaders who put more emphasis on uniting together rather than biblical discernment are quite willing to hop into bed with all this, (Mystery Babylon is not called a whore for no reason).

We at this blog have arrived quite nicely at our point of salvation through Christ alone without the aid of Mary or the "Mother Church", and you can to.  Kneel at the cross and ask for forgiveness of sins, and Christ will come into your life......it's just that easy.

Woe to the world because of the things that cause people to stumble! Such things must come, but woe to the person through whom they come! Matthew 18:7 NIV

Pope Francis Claims: ‘The Christian Who Does Not Feel Mary Is His Mother Is an Orphan’
Pope Francis focused on the person of Mary in statements issued both Tuesday and Wednesday, making assertions that some opine are unbiblical and heretical. “The Christian who does not feel that the Virgin Mary is his or her mother is an orphan,” he Tweeted on Tuesday, a post that generated much criticism from around the world.
Today, the pope gave his weekly address in Rome, speaking about the Roman Catholic Church serving as a “mother” to the world, and exhorting the Church to follow Mary as an example of how to be a mother. “In our catecheses, we have often noted that we do not become a Christian on our own, but by being born and nurtured in the faith in the midst of the People of God, that is the Church,” he stated. “She is a true mother who gives us life in Christ, and in the communion of the Holy Spirit, brings us into a common life with our brothers and sisters.”

Francis, Ecumenism, and the Common Witness to Christ
Although ecumenism has received increased attention from Church authorities at all levels in the decades following the Second Vatican Council, during his short period of time as pontiff Pope Francis has approached this area with a new twist, one characterized by personal outreaches specifically addressed to the world of Evangelical and Pentecostal Christianity and disconnected from the official activity of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.

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