Pope Francis is featured in a documentary film on climate change and the environment that premiered at the Vatican on Tuesday. “The Letter,” which can be streamed for free on YouTube Originals starting Oct. 4, follows a climate activist, an indigenous leader, a climate refugee, and married marine biologists as they travel from their corners of the world to the Vatican to speak to Pope Francis… The inspiration for the documentary’s title was taken from the word “encyclical,” which is used for certain papal messages and literally means “circular letter.” The title refers to Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical Laudato si‘… “The film ‘The Letter’ highlights the key concept of dialogue,” he said. “Dialogue is central to the Holy Father’s vision for humanity’s peace with the Creator, with all creation, and among us humans.” Hoesung Lee, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said at the press conference that the film “is a timely reminder of the urgency and importance of Laudato si’.” “Both the science community and the faith community are very clear: the planet is in crisis and its life support system [is] in peril. The stakes have never been higher, and we should be the source of the solution to this crisis,” he added. – SOURCE.Continue reading
Remember this video I did back in March or this video I did back in May of this year regarding the COP27 meetings in November? As students of prophecy we know all about how religious leaders will use their church and state powers in all nations to lobby for and then enforce Sunday laws using the excuse that in so doing will stop all the disasters they claim are the end result of climate change but the Bible calls the final signs of Christ’s return.
What I am about to share may awaken some of the scoffers who have said for years we will never see religious laws even though prophecy is quite clear on this. In fact, every time you see the mark of the beast mentioned in prophecy the word “WORSHIP” is right there with it. This is actually why all the world’s religious leaders will be gathering in November of this year.Continue reading