A philosophy consisting of three main elements is obviously envisaged for the “obfuscation” of humanity. A “trinity” of “preservation of creation, love and Sunday”. Everything must be made interdependent and the Roman Catholic Church is working diligently and is also having great success thanks to the fallen former Protestant institutions.
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- 1 Evangelical churches have died out
- 2 Sunday holiness is the primary goal
- 3 Church of Rome will hold fast to Eucharist
- 4 Sunday is non-negotiable for Rome
- 5 Love is the new “gospel”
- 6 Love is linked to Sunday
- 7 Church (even) recognizes Sabbath correctly
- 8 Jesus the “Sabbath-breaker”?
- 9 The simplification of love
- 10 Jesus Christ did not define anything new
- 11 Love at the center instead of Jesus Christ?
Evangelical churches have died out
Sunday has been a preserve of the Roman Catholic Church since its beginnings. The once Protestant churches, whose efforts only resulted in an internal rebellion that was only recognized by the Church of Rome, were not really able to separate themselves from the traditions of the mother church and also adhered to the sanctification of Sunday. Jesus Christ denounced this in advance in His dictated letter to the church of Sardis (Revelation 3:1-6), Revelation 3:2-3 (Letters to the communities – Info):
“Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God. Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee.“
Protestantism was far from perfect. The conversion to the truths of the unadulterated gospel was incomplete and repentance was largely absent. And today the unclean spirit that was once exorcised lives again in its original dwelling and has brought with it seven other spirits that are even more evil than itself.
Sunday holiness is the primary goal
One of the characteristics of the “Church Fathers” of the Roman Catholic Church is the “deep love” for Sunday (1st day of the week). From the very beginning, the “clergy” in Rome and Alexandria refused to recognize God’s Fourth Commandment, the sanctification of the Sabbath (7th day of the week).
While early Christianity observed the Sabbath and carried it out into the wider world on behalf of evangelization, the two epicenters of Gnosticism continued to observe the pagan tradition of Mithraism. A religion in which the sun is at the center of an entire pantheon of gods (Info).
The fight against the biblical Sabbath began very early and will continue until the final hours (Info).
Church of Rome will hold fast to Eucharist
The highlight of the Catholic Sunday celebration is the Eucharist. Holding up the sun disk over the half-moon visible in the section of the cup held underneath. A homage to the constellation of the Egyptian “deities” Isis and Osiris. The ritual worship of an idol and the mockery of Jesus Christ through His depicted endless re-sacrifice in every single case (Info). Merely an example of the blasphemy traditionally practiced by the Church of Rome (Info).
Whatever the official return of the Protestant churches looks like, the Lord’s Supper will be dropped in favor of the Catholic Eucharist on Sunday. The now retired Protestant regional bishop of Bavaria, Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, recently expressed that he can no longer wait for the Eucharist, which was once celebrated together with the Church of Rome (Info).
Sunday is non-negotiable for Rome
Sunday as a symbol of the highest “Sun God” is therefore inextricably linked to the Roman Catholic Church. Just as Sunday defines the Church of Rome, this Church also defines Sunday. The daughters who have now returned, the once Protestant churches, have neither separated from Sunday nor returned to the pure teachings of the Gospel.
Love is the new “gospel”
The new “gospel” spread today by the mother and her daughters is simply “love.” A return to the brutality of the Roman Church, which is unprecedented in human history, would seem hopeless in this “enlightened world”. Today’s successful concept is not openly practiced tyranny, but seduction of people (Info).
So what could be more natural than to connect the propagated “love” with the pagan Sunday? A required day of rest for the “preservation of creation” is already being prepared. A weekly “lockdown” in the service of nature and climate protection. Of course on a Sunday and, to the complete confusion, also referred to as “Sabbath”. (Info).
Vatican News is now trying to put the glue between love and Sunday. With the preamble “Our Sunday”, the Vatican magazine built a bridge to the “commandment of love” with the help of a guest article. (Source).
For this purpose, Dean Pastor B. Susak from the Catholic parish of Davos, Switzerland, uses the Gospel according to Matthew 22:34-40. It is Jesus Christ’s answer to a Pharisee’s question about what the greatest commandment in the law was. Jesus Christ’s answer is,Matthew 22:37-40:
“Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.“
The priest shortens this statement slightly and formulates it:
“Everything depends on these two commandments”
However, the author emphasizes that the actually hostile Pharisees and Sadducees band together to fight together against the teachings of Jesus.
A circumstance that could well find a counterpart in the antitype with the interaction between the Roman Catholic Church and the former Protestant institutions. The fight against the gospel has long been evident.
Church (even) recognizes Sabbath correctly
Susak describes that there are a total of 365 prohibitions and 248 commandments in the Old Testament. In total there are 613 rules for the people of Israel. “The Sabbath commandment was considered the most important commandment,” said the priest (!). He further states that this Sabbath commandment is founded on the seventh day of creation, described in Exodus 20:11. The Sabbath commandment was so important that at that time it was said that whoever kept the Sabbath also kept the entire law. But anyone who breaks the Sabbath law has broken the whole law.
At this point the pastor falls back into “Babylonian structures” by mixing the truth with untruth. It is true that breaking even one commandment meant breaking the entire law. But this was not only “back then” among the people of Israel according to the Old Testament, but also a statement by James, also “in the middle” of the New Testament,James 2:10:
“For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.“
However, the fact that simply observing the Fourth Commandment, i.e. the commandment of the Sabbath, automatically leads to observing the entire law is simply an untruth and also clearly contradicts the unmistakable statement of James 2:10.
By the way, the Sabbath commandment is the fourth commandment and not the third. The Catholic Church has already lent a hand here in advance (Info).
The church has very well recognized the biblical Sabbath, its origins and its justification. All the more reprehensible is the arrogance of deliberately wanting to rise above God’s regulations. All the more astonishing is the large following of believers who “faithfully” follow this obvious lie of Sunday.
Jesus the “Sabbath-breaker”?
What followed was what was already predictable. Jesus Christ broke the Sabbath. “Of course the teacher of the law, about whom we cannot find any further information, knew that Jesus had broken the Sabbath commandment several times,” said the pastor.
Did Jesus Christ, who is also Lord of the Sabbath, actually break this commandment? Whose rules did He break? His own rules, or those set by the teachers of the law? Was there ever a rule dictated by God that one should not heal, do something good to one’s neighbor, or even pluck ears of grain on a Sabbath? There were no such rules, anywhere. What cannot be done on the Sabbath is found in Exodus 20:8-11. Everything else are regulations that were put into the world by overzealous teachers of the law and that Jesus Christ repeatedly denounced (Info).
Furthermore, is it legitimate to reflect one’s own character on the motives and actions of Jesus Christ?
Based on this erroneous representation, the Catholic Church as well as the evangelical institutions justify the supposed abolition of the biblical Sabbath (7th day of the week, Saturday). It is no great secret that the biblical Sabbath was abolished by the Church of Rome by its own “divine authority” and not by some non-existent reference in the Bible. The Vatican even insists that their “great achievement” be recognized (Info).
The simplification of love
Since “love” is to be linked to Sunday, the exhortation of Jesus Christ to love the Lord with all one’s strength and to love one’s neighbors as well as oneself is particularly appropriate. Not only is this statement not associated with the 10 commandments of God, but it is usually followed by the assertion of the laws of God that have been abolished. True to the motto, “the 10 commandments according to Moses’ tablets of the law are no longer valid and now only the double commandment of love counts”, everything is already “done” if you just feel this love.
Jesus Christ did not define anything new
Furthermore, Jesus Christ’s “commandment to love” is not a reformulation made by Him. Anyone who claims that the 10 Commandments were made obsolete along with the commandments of love would have to apply the abolition of the commandments to the ancient people of Israel. This is what it says in Deuteronomy 6:5:
“And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.”
and in Leviticus 19:18:
“Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself: I am the LORD.”
Jesus Christ therefore merely repeated this wording and not a new law.
When God determines something, it is always within the framework of an “eternity clause”, because neither He nor His laws ever change. A regularly overlooked fact.
Love at the center instead of Jesus Christ?
The demand to put love at the center of humanity also follows promptly. The pastor sees quasi-centralized love as a means of overcoming “questions, opinions, desires, ideas, divisions and ideologies.” This love could be the most important step towards the renewal of the church.
In principle, it doesn’t really matter what the Catholic priest will focus on people. If it is something other than Jesus Christ, then this can only be the wrong path, even without knowledge of the details and background. This much generalization is certainly permitted, because:
I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
Also fitting is the “commandment of love” from Jesus Christ according to John 14:15:
“If ye love me, keep my commandments.”
Everything else then follows itself. What good is it to offer one’s neighbor a misunderstood (emotional) love of harmony for the common good if this leads to disregarding even one of God’s commandments? However, if you take a closer look at the Hellenistic philosophy of the Roman Catholic Church, presented as “theology”, coupled with Babylonian and Mithraist teachings, then there is no commandment of God left that remains unchallenged. And here the focus is particularly on the Sabbath.
For this reason: Pick up the Bible and study the Word of God with your own mind and under the guidance of the Holy Spirit!
Bible verses from King James Version