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Friday, 25 December 2015

Two Archbishops Speak ISIS -Today's Herod & Jesus Return

With the Daily Mail publishing significant articles today - this one identifies two church officials. -Former oil executive and government selected Archbishop of Canterbury is Primate of the Church of England - His role officiates in the crowning of the Queen of England - with Prince being a title of a Monarch etc.

.Does he mention Satan ruling? Or Jesus Christ returning..I do not know!. 

The Most Reverend Justin Welby will brand Islamic extremists as the 'Herod of today' and could wipe Christianity out in its birthplace

Archbishop of Canterbury to warn that ISIS wants to bring 'apocalypse' to Christianity in its birthplace, labelling the jihadist group 'the Herod of today'

  • Most Reverend Justin Welby to say Christianity faces 'elimination' from Isis
  • Will warns Isis ignite 'fear, violence, and oppression' in Christmas sermon
  • Different tone to the Queen, who also quotes Bible in her Christmas speech
  • But the Queen will focus on light triumphing over dark after difficult year 

Then the second person is sharing what everyone should know:

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, says that the coming of Jesus brings a testing of people's hearts

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, says that the coming of Jesus brings a testing of people's hearts, with two tests standing out strongly.

The first is that the face of God's mercy is seen in Jesus, offered to every person so they might know forgiveness and be raised up for a new start.

'So the first test we face is whether we, in our turn, are willing to extend mercy to those around us. To see, or even glimpse, the face of Jesus in the crib is to glimpse the length to which God will go to impart to our hearts His blessing of mercy. What we receive we must also give.

'Secondly, this means that, in a life shaped by faith in God, there is absolutely no room at all for gratuitous violence. Is there any space for violence in the Christmas crib? No!

'So the second test comes into focus. Living by faith calls us to overcome all temptations to violent speech or aggressive actions. This has to begin in our family circle. Lessons learned at a young age are rarely forgotten.

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The negative and positive is highlighted - sometimes the negative can be perceived with our learning lessons and applying discipline. In one of the heart to heart soul to soul messages given in the Spirit from Jesus - he spoke of His Bride needing to be someone with pure heart and pure intentions for her role that she would hold over humanity by his side. 

In an earlier article I discovered a video of a young lady who spoke about the Prince of Darkness and Queen sitting on a throne who is a liar - deceiving people. 

You can choose to work that out if you like but bear in mind, do not fight evil with evil - Satan is a deceiver and thrives with anger, hate and terror. Those who make pacts with the devil have no care about the people or how many are killed - these are measured statistics.

There will be an end to the war and evil ruling too.

The Mountain of the Lord
3And many peoples will come and say, "Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD,  To the house of the God of Jacob; That He may teach us concerning His waysAnd that we may walk in His paths." For the law will go forth from Zion And the word of the LORD from Jerusalem. 4And He will judge between the nations, And will render decisions for many peoples; And they will hammer their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not lift up sword against nation, And never again will they learn war. 5Come, house of Jacob, and let us walk in the light of the LORD. Isaiah 2:3-5

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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