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The Unseen in the Vatican at the times of change and Prophecies

In these present times at the Vatican the pope has resigned and we watch on for the possible prophecies of St Malachy, almost written 1000 years ago about the next 112 pope’s . Supposedly St Malachy has written something about the last 112 popes. He predicted the signs, crests or something to do with there names. The prophecies have been pretty accurate, so in the prophecy at the present time that is upon us now, is of the last pope. Peter the Roman ( Petrus Romanus ). The strange thing about all this is about two or three weeks ago they put a live webcam feed on the Exhumed Coffin of pope John Paul II, Yes very strange indeed . Why is this? . The stranger part is this, his coffin was being used as the ALTER on February the 24th ’s mass at the Vatican with six large candles on top take a look here is the link http://conspiracynews.myfeedportal.com/i/pope-john-paul-ii-exhumed-body-altar-webcam Very Strange, but we have a possible writing in the bible about this very interesting scripture indeed. Remember that Vatican city became its own country or kingdom in 1929. Since then we have had 7 popes in the Kingdom. Here is the scripture, REVELATIONS CHAPTER 17 -10 (And there seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space..11 And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition.). Interesting with all the things in the Vatican in motion. We have pope benedict retired living on Vatican grounds , One coffin with web cam on it, very interesting like they are waiting for a resurrection(pope john the II) and one pope to come , peter the roman (petrus Romans). These events are very similar to these prophecies above. With all this being said it seems to be prophecies of the false profit could be at hand. He will be able to call fire from the sky this man and many more wonders . This defiantly falls in line with my last post about. The last Pope, Fallen angels and Aliens. It is more or less further oddities to the story that can all tie together. We must be aware of (The great Deception) that Jesus spoke of, that the Deception will fall upon the earth in these days and Jesus say’s “ if is was not for me even my Elect would be deceived”, Quote Jesus. These could be the beginning of the signs for the great deception. The Lord Jesus Christ said we would not know the time of his return, not even the Angels know. Only God in heaven knows the time. Jesus did say, watch for the signs that would appear before his coming and always be vigilant for his return. At this point Catholics, and other various religious sects, It is time to prayer and ask the Most high God Creator of all. Is this where I’m supposed to be at this time and place, whether it be a certain church, synagogue, mosque were ever it my be, pray to him seriously, with all your hearts and ask the lord God almighty creator of all to Guide your sprit to the right places the right spiritual Texts. Pray the Lord God to guide you in your reads and the Holy sprit to guide your readings in bibles, study them. King James versions is not bad read there are a few good bibles out there read them study them. They will speak back to you. Here is a great link, I like for the bible study with direct translations from the direct Greek it was scribed in Greek and Aramaic from the Apostles. .Excellent Translation. Here is the link http://www.2001translation.com/ Over all even if you are not a believer in anything or believe in something please read these things and speak to God. Almighty Creator of all. We need to be saved in our Lord Jesus Christ for he is our King. Acts: 16:31 says this “They said, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved, you and your household.” Simple . But God requires us to believe and follow the Ten commandments and follow them with your heart. We also need to repent and have faith in our lord Jesus Christ> Another great lesson is faith with out works is dead. This means to have faith in your Lord Jesus but also help you fellow man and brothers and sisters who are less fortunate and need a helping hand in life in many way spiritually, emotionally ,physically, financially all these things God looks upon of us . Time is are always Limited but Gods words rain forever . Any question Ask. Especially on being Saved in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ it is very important thing . Please ask
God bless All

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Excellent piece on faith

“We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight”

2 Corinthians 5:7

Have you ever imagined that you were blind? I have tried many times to identify with those who are blind by taking just a few steps with my eyes closed. After a couple of steps I am totally disoriented. It is so unnatural for us to walk without looking where we are going, yet that is precisely what Paul says we Christians must do. “For we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7). This principle has several applications.

Authority
Those who “walk by sight” depend for authority upon what they experience – not by visions they see, voices they hear, or emotional surges they feel. But a reliance upon the senses for authority is dangerous. An experience is inherently ambiguous and needs interpretation (see John 12:28-30). Further, the Bible teaches that not all sense-experiences are of divine origin; rather, God allows Satanic deceptions to delude those who “did not believe the truth” (2 Thessalonians 2:9-12).

Those who “walk by faith” confide in revelation for authority. In fact, our faith and the revelation of God’s word are so connected in the Bible that sometimes the gospel message is referred to as “the faith” (Jude 3). After all, the only way to “walk by faith” is to walk as Scripture directs (Romans 10:17). Perhaps the most pointed statement of the supremacy of revelation to experience is in 2 Peter 1, where Peter says that he believed not only because of the great sight he beheld on
the Mount of Transfiguration, but also be cause of the “even surer prophetic word” (2 Peter 1:19, NASB marginal note).

Materialism
Those who “walk by sight” manage materialism with anxiety. Most people in our world are far more concerned with accumulating wealth than they are serving God. And on one level this is understandable, because you can see money and the attendant pleasures it yields, but you cannot see God. But the problem is that the eyes of man are never satisfied (Proverbs 27:20). The pursuit of wealth eventually becomes an obsession, a god (Matthew 6:24; Colossians 3:5), and man never reaches the point where he has enough. Yet, our material world fluctuates so much there is no guarantee that the fortune you have today will exist tomorrow. This is why Paul told Timothy to instruct the rich not to “fix their hope on the uncertainty of riches,” a hope which “plunges men into ruin and destruction” (1 Timothy 6:17,9). It is this uncertainty that produces anxiety.

Those who “walk by faith,” however, handle this world’s goods with contentment. They realize that God has promised to supply our material needs if we have the faith to place His reign first in our lives (Matthew 6:33).

The apostle Paul is a good illustration of this principle. As he says, “I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am,” because “I can do all things through Him who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:11b,13).

Suffering
Those who “walk by sight” deal with suffering with stark despair. If our perspective is strictly one that demands for justice and equity in this life, we will be like Asaph, whose “steps had almost slipped” as he “saw the prosperity of the wicked” (Psalm 73:2-3) . All of us have wondered why the wicked seem to prosper while those of us trying to do what is right suffer so much. Our faith will falter like Asaph’s if we try to answer this dilemma from a strictly worldly point of view. If we will “walk by faith,” though, we will face suffering with hope. Paul was no foolish visionary. With grim realism, he came to grips with all he had suffered (2 Corinthians 11:24-28). But the reason he did not despair is found in 2 Corinthians 4:16-18: “Therefore we do not lose heart . . . for momentary, light affliction is producing for us an eternal weight of glory . . . while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen.” Paul was hopeful in the face of
suffering because his sights were set on heaven, not on this world.

The Bible challenges us to “walk by faith, not by sight.” This task is as unnatural as walking with our eyes closed. But the more steps we take, the more comfortable this walk will be come, and the more confident we will be of the destination of our walk. And ultimately that’s what faith is all about – it is “the assurance of things hoped for” (Hebrews 11:1).

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