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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Pope calls for end to 'arrogance of powerful'

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global false religious system

The current Pontiff n Chief of the Catholic Church is hard at it building the global false ecumenical religious system of the last days.  A system that will claim that all religions worship the same God and that the cross is a meaningless failure unless the world comes together in a future utopia.

The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet, and was glittering with gold, precious stones and pearls. She held a golden cup in her hand, filled with abominable things and the filth of her adulteries. The name written on her forehead was a mystery: Babylon the great, the mother of prostitutes, and of the abominations of the earth. Revelation 17:4-5 NIV

Pope calls for end to 'arrogance of powerful'
Pope Francis on Friday called for an end to the "arrogance of the powerful" that relegates the weak to the outskirts of society, and to the "false neutrality" toward conflicts, hunger and persecution that triggers a sometimes-deadly exodus of refugees. Welcoming the new year, Francis emphasized the need to "let ourselves be reborn, to overcome the indifference which blocks solidarity, and to leave behind the false neutrality which prevents sharing." He recommended cooperation as the way to build an "ever more just and fraternal world, a world in which every person and every creature can dwell in peace."

Pope Francis: Jesus' Life 'Ended in Failure'
The highest human official in the Catholic Church told parishioners at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York that Christ's human life ended in the failure of the cross.  "God sees to the fruits of our labors," Pope Francis said during his whirlwind U.S. tour. "And if at times our efforts and works seem to fail and produce no fruit, we need to remember that we are followers of Jesus ... and His life, humanly speaking, ended in failure, the failure of the cross."  The pontiff's words stir questions for Christians who believe in the saving power of the gospel, which declares Christ's sacrifice the greatest victory—not abject failure.  "Pope Francis means that from a superficial, human point of view, Jesus' death might make it look like he was a failure, but from God's perspective, this was not so," writes Catholic Answers' Jimmy Akin. 

Pope Francis To Followers: “Koran And Holy Bible Are The Same”
On Monday the Bishop Of Rome addressed Catholic followers regarding the dire importance of exhibiting religious tolerance. During his hour-long speech, a smiling Pope Francis was quoted telling the Vatican’s guests that the Koran, and the spiritual teachings contained therein, are just as valid as the Holy Bible.
“Jesus Christ, Jehovah, Allah. These are all names employed to describe an entity that is distinctly the same across the world. For centuries, blood has been needlessly shed because of the desire to segregate our faiths. This, however, should be the very concept which unites us as people, as nations, and as a world bound by faith. Together, we can bring about an unprecedented age of peace, all we need to achieve such a state is respect each others beliefs, for we are all children of God regardless of the name we choose to address him by. We can accomplish miraculous things in the world by merging our faiths, and the time for such a movement is now. No longer shall we slaughter our neighbors over differences in reference to their God.”

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