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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Did Pope Francis Really Just Take a Big Step Toward One World Religion?

Prophecy Sign:  The future One World  Global Religious system

World events and global issues are fostering the right conditions for the establishment of the last days global religious order where the various religions of the world will come together in unity and solidarity.  This ecumenical movement has as one of its leading campaigners, none other than the present Pope of the Catholic Church who believes we are all God's children no matter if one is a Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Atheist or Christian.  While it's true that we are all God's creation and he loves everyone, it is not true that everyone is God's child.  Only those truly born again, (John 3:7), are the children of God:

No one who is born of God will continue to sin, because God's seed remains in them; they cannot go on sinning, because they have been born of God. This is how we know who the children of God are and who the children of the devil are: Anyone who does not do what is right is not God's child, nor is anyone who does not love their brother and sister. 1 John 3:9-10 NIV

During the coming Tribulation period, the satanically inspired Antichrist will convince all the world that he is God and worthy of worship.  He will then force each and every person, whether they are religious or not, to bow before him  to worship this false Christ.

Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon.  It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. Revelation 13:11-12 NIV

Did Pope Francis Really Just Take a Big Step Toward One World Religion?
So why do so many people think—or at least ponder—that the Latin American pontiff is ushering in a one world religion or New World Order? There are many reasons, some of which I listed in my last article, not the least of which is his apparent call for a New World Order on more than one occasion. Now, a Reuters report is adding more fuel to that fire. Taking his message of peace to the Central Africa Republic, Pope Francis declared what some end-time watchers are calling a step toward a "one world religion." "Christians and Muslims are brothers and sisters. Those who claim to believe in God must also be men and women of peace," Reuters reports the pontiff as saying.

Pope Francis Criticizes Fundamentalists Who Believe They Possess 'Absolute Truth'
The Christian Post reports that during an in-flight press conference on his return trip to Rome, Francis stated,“We Catholics have some--and not some, many--who believe they possess the absolute truth and go ahead dirtying the other with calumny, with disorientation, and doing evil. They do evil. I say this because it is my Church.” He added that “ideas and false certainties” can replace faith, love, and God. The Pope said he was pleased with his trip to Africa where he focused on bringing unity between Christians and Muslims. "We are living at a time when religious believers, and persons of goodwill everywhere are called to foster mutual understanding and respect, and to support each other as members of our one human family. For all of us are God's children," Francis stated.

Imam, Rabbi And Pastor Join Hands In Powerful Display Of Unity
The November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris has left the world reeling. Once again, religion is at the crux of a tragedy that has threatened to tear the global community apart. But in Bethesda, Maryland, Muslim, Jewish and Christian leaders stood together over the weekend to share a message of solidarity. Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church hosted an interfaith service on Sunday joined by members of the Bethesda Jewish Congregation and the Islamic Community Center of Potomac. Dr. Tarek Elgawhary of the ICCP, Rabbi Schnitzer of BJC and Pastor David Gray of BHPC lead the congregation through a conversation entitled, “The Pitfalls and Promise of Fear in Our Traditions and World.”

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