The Apostle Paul stated 2000 years ago in 1 Timothy 2:7 the following. “Whereunto I am ordained a preacher, and an apostle, (I speak the truth in Christ, and lie not;) a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and verity.”
As we know, the term Gentile is defined as either a Roman citizen, a Pagan or both. For as we also know, all Romans were in fact Pagans, but not all Pagans were Romans.
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Pope Francis spoke about old age and the expectation of death at his general audience Wednesday. Reflecting on the Virgin Mary’s bodily Assumption into heaven, he recalled the hope Christians have in the resurrection of their own body at the end of time. “We recently celebrated the Assumption into heaven of the Mother of Jesus. This mystery illuminates the fulfillment of the grace that shaped Mary’s destiny, and it also illuminates our destination,” he said at the Vatican on Aug. 24. “Our destination is heaven.” – Source.
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(Pic above = Back page of the December 5, 1988 Pacific Union Recorder)
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Have those of you inside the SDA church who have admitted over the years that your church is in apostasy ever wonder why the obedient members have left your local churches? The prophesied remnant people can see what is happening, but the pastors and leaders cannot see as per judgment upon them. This is why so many exSDA’s have been moved by the Lord to proclaim all around the world of prophesied events being fulfilled long before the SDA leaders can see “anything happening in the pipeline” as their president recently put it. And so why is this happening to the SDA church? Continue reading →
The Lord woke me up with a wonderful thought this morning. Seeing how the pope and many of his followers as well as all the 501c3 preachers now have the ability to make void the law of God, and this is something they will do soon. It looks like the opportune time to push ahead with the truth on this. We all need to be better prepared for that long prophesied day with a well-informed body of believers who have all the spiritual and biblical information they need to fight for the truth as it is found in Scripture regarding God’s law.
Of course I am speaking of the up and coming Sunday laws that Christian prophecy states Rome is about to demand and all the fallen Protestant churches that created their image to the beast so as to better help the man of sin to assure every lukewarm soul in their fallen churches will join in worship of the Pope who will be used by Satan to make void the Law of our God worldwide. Continue reading →
CINCINNATI — Judge William Mallory enjoys handing out creative sentences from his bench over at the Hamilton County Courthouse.
But the one he meted out in his Municipal Court room Wednesday wasn’t even his idea.
And boy, oh boy, did he like it.
Instead of sending Jake Strotman to jail on a misdemeanor attempted assault conviction, Mallory sent the 23-year-old Catholic to a Baptist church for the next 12 Sundays. Continue reading…
The Sabbath may be losing its religious significance in the eyes of many Americans, but a majority still believe taking a day of rest benefits society, according to a new survey on Sabbath observance by the Deseret News.
Half of U.S. adults today (50 percent) say the Sabbath has personal spiritual meaning for them, down from 74 percent in 1978. However, 62 percent of people agree that it’s important for society to have one day a week set aside for spiritual rest, the survey reported — and only 11 percent disagree with that proposition.
The Deseret News poll was conducted by Y2 Analytics and YouGov among 1,691 Americans, including an oversample of Mormons and Jews, two groups known for their Sabbath observance. It finds that members of some religious groups, such as Mormons and evangelicals, continue to focus their Sunday activities around church attendance and Bible study, while others spend their time on less spiritual pursuits. Source
!!! Please note: The Sabbath being reported here is actually Sunday and not Saturday (the seventh day of the week). The Catholic Church admitted that the change from Saturday to Sunday is not biblical but only from the her tradition.
“Nothing is said in the Bible about the change of the Lord’s day from Saturday to Sunday. We know of the change only from the tradition of the Church–a fact handed down to us from earliest times by the living voice of the Church. That is why we find so illogical the attitude of many non-Catholics, who say that they yet will believe nothing unless they can find it in the Bible and yet will continue to keep Sunday as the Lord’s day on the say-so of the Catholic Church.” The Faith Explained, by Leo J. Trese, page 246. Nihil Obstat by Louis J. Putz, C.S.C., Univ. of Notre Dame. Imprimatur by Leo A. Pursley, D.D. Bishop of Fort Wayne, Indiana.