Saturday, 23 November 2013
Bishop of London Crest - Portugal Connection
The website shows before and after. So this is new!
About: (Est. fourth century or so) “The Bishop of London is the ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of London in the Province of Canterbury.”
“From this advice Paperjam decided to recreate a historical crest using a modern illustrative style that brings the crest up to date but at the same time reflects the heritage and authoritative qualities. Paperjam employed a professional illustrator, Marcelo Oliveira, from Portugal to help create a coat of arms that contained Amor Vincit Omnia “Love Conquers All”. At request from Richard John Carew Chartres himself.”
Two crests, two different mottos. Amor omnia vincit is "Love conquers all"... Whereas "Anglicana Ecclesia Libera Sit" means "May the Anglican Church be free"
The Bishop of London has spoken - This Kingdom belongs to Jesus Christ.
It is unknown of the choice of all illustrators around in London, if that Marcelo Oliverira from Portugal was chosen deliberately - or if it was just by the way life brings what is meant to be and the truth to light in some way too.
A few months ago I was given a vision of a crown and doing a search, it was the Imperial crown of Portugal. This was being shown to me for a reason.
The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres comes across as being a man of sincere servant of God, with the passion in his voice, It takes courage to speak out. A sincere servant of God has his duty of responsibility to serve God, through Jesus Christ, and be obedient to Him.
People who hate Jesus Christ harm His people, to hurt him.
If God is not at the Head of the church through Jesus Christ - what is? These is a serious question that people should be asking. Perhaps the Bishop of London understands this and more.
At least though discovering this, the connection to London and Canterbury is seen. The Archbishop of Canterbury crowns the Queen of England - Richard Chartres has said in some of his talks, he is too old to be the Archbishop of Canterbury and too young to be the Pope. Is this was he was told for the former position? The Archbishop of Canterbury is now held by a former oil executive.
If ministers for God are sincere, they will be divinely guided. They will have also seen Jesus Christ, even on his throne crowned. He knows His sincere servants. Not everyone is!
Actually I have faced the Judge Most High and stood in front of Him on His Throne to know. There is a growing amount of people who have witnessed Christ in visitations, visions and dreams now.
Time will tell what will be. More will to come to light.
Peace, love and best wishes
No Copyright infringment intended
Posted by Lady Pauline Maria