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Pope Francis warns against dealing with evil



The head of the Roman Catholic Church has once again expressed his expertise on Catholic tradition at the regular Angelus prayer. Pope Francis warns about evil and how to deal with it. However, there is no report of his voice hardening as he spoke.

Pope Francis announced his opinion

Last Sunday, Pope Francis once again shared his view of the world and the Gospel during the traditional “Angelus” in St. Peter’s Square. As usual, the pontiff claimed the universality of his words by not pointing out that they were his personal opinion and perhaps also the official teaching of the Church. Pope Francis addressed the topic of the power of evil and warned people not to give in to this evil. This evil often turns people into commodities and idolizes power (Source).

Pope Francis
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For this, Francis used the passage Mark 1:21-28 from the Bible. It concerns an unclean spirit in a person in the synagogue in Capernaum. The pontiff emphasized that Jesus repeatedly encountered unclean spirits and thus the influence of Satan. This is also the case in this synagogue. Jesus, the “perfect servant of God,” reveals the powerlessness of the devil. However, Francis did not mention that Jesus Christ visited this synagogue on a Sabbath. (7th day of the week – Info).

Francis warned about the devil. He wants to possess us and “put our souls in chains.” This can be seen in “the dependencies that turn us into chronically dissatisfied slaves, devouring all our energies, goods and love relationships,” said the Pope.

The “Spirit of Fratelli Tutti”

These previous words, which are marginally based on the Gospel, describe the ambitions of the Roman Catholic Church in the field of natural law, of Hellenistic origin. “Social justice”, is the now hackneyed word, according to the ideas of Francis, as he published this in his encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” (2020).

Pope speaks of idolization of power

The pontiff highlighted the “prevailing fashions that push us towards impossible perfectionism, consumerism and hedonism”. Then there are temptations and influences “that undermine self-esteem, serenity and the ability to choose and love life; there is fear, which leads to being pessimistic about the future, and intolerance who always blames others.” Idolization of power triggers conflict. People take up arms and kill. It also creates economic injustice and “manipulation of thought.”

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The Pope always speaks of “the others” and sells himself as an innocent lamb standing on the sidelines who only wants to explain the excellent morality in all modesty. Namely, his ideas about morality. Any suggestion what is taken from the gospel? None! A stair joke is the pope’s condemnation of any idolization of power. Does the pontiff not know his own church history?

Just as funny, if it weren’t so serious, is his warning about the manipulation of thinking. Pope Francis is a club member of the association, which is also considered “the teachers of this world”, and has been since almost its beginnings in the 16th century. The Jesuit Order. Pretty much everything that has economic and political status today was “educated” in a place run by this club. At the forefront is Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

The “Francis Prayer”

In keeping with the warning against evil, the Pope also formulated a prayer. To do this, Jesus must be called upon where “we feel the chains of evil and fear most strongly.” To evil the Lord should say: “Go away, leave this heart alone, do not divide the world, the families, our communities; let them live peacefully, so that the fruits of my spirit may flourish there, not yours. So that love, joy and gentleness reign among them and instead of violence and cries of hatred there is freedom and peace for all.” That is what Jesus wants, said the pontiff.

The good swapped for the bad

In doing so, the Pope, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, has once again proven what kind of spirit he actually is. It may be up to everyone whether the Pope, with the same distribution of roles, tells the opposite of what the Gospel says, or whether he exchanges good for evil and evil for good. What is certain is that the Gospel itself says exactly the opposite.

Jesus Christ came into this world to save sinners, 1. Timothy 1:15:
This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners; of whom I am chief.

The Savior Himself said why He really came and why He did not come into this world, Matthew 10:34-36:
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household.

What does this read like? For “peace, joy, pancakes” among all of humanity in a human family, or rather a division right into the families? But the Pope tells people the exact opposite. Who and why does Jesus Christ want to divide with the sword? He separates the true believers from the ungodly, or those who only assert their faith and have gone astray because of their lack of love for the truth.

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What is striking, as always, is the Pope’s refusal to speak of “Jesus Christ”. Instead, just the wording “Jesus” or “Christ”. The “Jesus” or “Christ” of the Roman Catholic Church is a completely different “Anointed One” or “Divine Savior” than the Jesus Christ of the Bible. That is the nature of this church (Info).

The pontiff’s desired unification of humanity has as its aim nothing less than a united rebellion against God. The beast (from the sea) according to Revelation 13 (Info). And the once Protestant churches have long since evolved from their pre-pubescent phase into their compliant daughters (Info).

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
Isaiah 5:20

Bible verses from King James Version

Pope Francis warns against dealing with evil
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