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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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The Pope Holds Fast To The Lie

The Pope compared the millions of visitors with the travels of the Magi.
Dr. Ian R.K. Paisley

The Pope outlined his world vision, which Biblical Christians can only see as justification of their stance against him, when he said, ‘Church must not negotiate on faith’.

As reported in ‘The Universe’ of 14th January,

‘In his final statement of the Jubilee Year, Pope John Paul II has firmly defended the dogma of the Catholic Church, [yet] while re-affirming the importance of continuing dialogue with other religions’ [churches].

Once again the Roman Catholic Church speaks in vague terms and definitions and inter-plays Christian language through its Catholic doctrine, a doctrine which has still not changed or compromised.

Bearing in mind the content of the document, ‘Dominus Jesus’, it is important to remember that the Pope is not here in the ‘Novo Millennio Ineunte’ document saying anything different although he would have you believe he was so. He says yes to dialogue but this does not mean change for the Pope, Roman Catholic Church or the Vatican. No, it is simply a holding on to the lie of the papacy and another approach in an effort to keep all the ecumenists hanging on until they final succumb to the Catholic ideal and submit themselves and others indirectly to Papal Authority. That is after all what the Pope wants, for everyone to accept Catholicism, his supremacy and for him to reign in the manner Popes consistently claim. Then whichever Pope it is, will be able to claim that it has come to pass what has always been claimed and in the eyes of many this will finally give credence to Roman Catholicism and the Papacy.

The Pope described the letter as a road map for the next century. The aims included:

  • A new sense of mission built on the enthusiasm of the jubilee to lead people to holiness and proclaim the Gospel
  • A global plan of vocational promotion to tackle falling numbers of priests and religious
  • A continuation of the Jubilee theme of individual and collective repentance for the past wrongs of the Church and its ministers
  • A commitment to charity and strengthening links between individual faith and social justice
  • An unapologetic re-affirmation of the Church’s right to implement its moral teachings in society, especially the sanctity of life, marriage and the family
  • A call for local churches to come up with pastoral plans to stimulate holiness in their flocks capturing the spirit of the Jubilee
  • A call for pastors to lead Catholics back to the sacrament of penance
  • A move to encourage parishes to set up local councils of clergy and lay men to help pastors without prejudicing their authority.

Also the Pope emphasised that the personal encounter with Christ should ultimately influence society’s economic and social behaviour.

The Pope stressed that the core of the Jubilee consisted of ‘the contemplation of the face of Christ’. Why the face one might ask? It is the whole Christ in whom one has to have faith. It was the complete Christ that was born, died and rose again and is seated at the right-hand of the father. The complete Christ that walked the earth. How can one contemplate the face when not even a discription is given in the Bible? You can’t contemplate on something that is not known.

Again the phrase Christian unity is used, but this merely means unity under Catholicism, not the grace of Christ. How can the Holy Spirit be divided against himself? The true believers are always in agreement and the Spirit can be only of one accord.

For those who miss this point, the Pope said ‘This unity is concretely embodied in the Catholic Church, despite the human limitations of her members’.

There is talk of holiness. But this is only developed during one’s walk with the Lord, not Mary. If Mary is substituted, one asks, ‘What holiness?’ Again it boils down to definitions and the Roman Catholic Church will use words in any sense it can to achieve its aims. For example, ‘Christian’. One cannot be a Christian if one worships Mary. To believe the Catholic Church’s dogma on Mary is to contradict God, Christ and the Bible. Outwardly they may talk of Christ but to incorporate extra to that of Christ’s teaching can only nullify their claim to have faith in Him. Why? Because adding to or subtracting from is not possible without changing Christ. The Bible declares that anything taken or added will be measured likewise to the one that does this.

As the Pope stood at the door the choir sang ‘Christ yesterday and today, the beginning and the end, Alpha and Omega, to Him be the glory forever. Amen’. I was lead in thought to Jesus’ words that many will cry, ‘Lord, Lord, and I shall say I did not know you’. They may say these words with their lips but the unrepentant heart is far from Jesus. Even the words are inaccurate for it should be said ‘Christ the same yesterday and today’. But as we know the Catholic Church likes to dictate God’s Word in its own terms and remain true to its own lie.

The Pope compared the millions of visitors with the travels of the Magi.

‘By coming here to Rome or by going on pilgrimage elsewhere in the many Jubilee Churches [Catholic], countless individuals in a sense set out in the footsteps of the Wise Men in search of Jesus’, the Pope said.

In what sense exactly? It would appear that the Pope and the Archbishop of Canterbury are again singing form the same erroneous song-sheet. The Archbishop at Christmas linked the bogus asylum seekers coming to this country with the journey that Mary and Joseph embarked upon for the Census!

As our Lord Jesus said we can judge men by their fruit. A good tree will bring forth good fruit and a bad tree, bad fruit. The one tree cannot produce the opposite fruit.

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