Thursday, 20 January 2011


Hello again folks! Nice to talk to you again! This week we discovered that the previous pope has been given the go ahead by the present pope to be beautified or in plain English: "made a saint":

The reason is that back in 2005; a 49-year-old French nun named Sister Marie Simon-Pierre Normand was allegedly healed of Parkinson's Disease after praying for the late pope John Paul II to intercede for her. In total contrast; the Holy Bible states:

[a] that necromancy [or praying to the dead] is forbidden [Deuteronomy 18:9]
[b] that the only Mediator between between God and man is the LORD Jesus Christ [I Timothy 2:5]
[c] that any true believer is a priest [Hebrews 13:15-16] unto our Great High Priest [Hebrews 4:14]
[d] that anyone who dies in the Lord is a saint anyway [Psalm 116:15]

It is troubling that such intense media coverage of this Vatican announcement almost legitimizes one of the many false doctrines of roman catholicism. In these days where a great many folks still honestly and truly believe that there is life after death [despite the claims of the religion of atheistic evolutionary THEORY] and some of those folks thirst enough to want to search out the TRUTH; the mass media practically endorses a practice more akin to spiritualism and voodoo that so-called 'christianity' [with a little 'c'].

And at this very time we see not a few Anglican bishops leaving the Church of England to join the papal ranks in protest at the ordination of women bishops. They leave one man-made religious organization to join one that is even more in error and distinctly Babylonian. Is it no wonder that this once green and pleasant land is in the state it is when it has these examples of state-aligned religious manoeuvring instead of the real deal? A real miracle of deliverance is truly needed while we have these last fleeting [so-called] freedoms.

Real Bereans [Acts 17:11] are truly needed; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel; DO NOT BE DECEIVED and watch that periphery!

God bless you and God bless Israel ... KJS ... 20-Jan-2011

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