Thursday, 23 September 2010

Weekly World Watch 12th - 18th Sept 2010‏

Weekly World Watch 12th - 18th Sept 2010‏


In this weeks WWW

The Pope in Britain. What is the significance?

  1. . In 1689 a law was passed called the Bill of Rights. It reads “Every person who is or shall be reconciled to, or shall have communion with, the Church of Rome, shall be excluded and ever incapable to inherit, possess, or enjoy the Crown of these Realms”. By inviting the Pope as head of state the Queen has broken this oath.
  2. Delivering the most important speech of his historic visit, he attacked the politically correct ideas that Christmas should not be celebrated for fear of offending minorities and that the faithful should be forced to keep their beliefs to themselves.
  3. The Vatican see themselves as the “mother” church. The universal church. The word Catholic means “universal”. They see other Christian churches as wayward daughters that need to be brought back under her wings. The Pope’s ambition therefore is to become head of all Christian religion.
  4. Revelation 17:2 says that the “kings of the earth” have committed fornication with the harlot woman of Rome. As they all sang together in London (latter day Tyre) we heard not joyful words but the singing of “an harlot”. This was prophesied in Isaiah 23. “Tyre shall sing as an harlot”. The singing which began in 1996/7 is reaching a crescendo. The judgement of latter day Tyre will soon come. The next chapter says “the noise of them that rejoice endeth…” Isaiah 24:8
  5. But what of God’s case against the Pope? Why is he singled out in the scriptures? Dealing with the last question first. He IS singled out in Daniel 7 – as the “little horn”.
    A “horn” is a ruler. This ruler comes out of the Roman Empire (the 4th beast). He speaks great words against God. He changes “times and laws”. He is the “false prophet” of Revelation 16. He is the “man of sin” of 2 Thess 2:4 who exalts himself above God and pretends that he IS God! He is the head of the harlot system of Revelation 17 and is sat on 7 hills. Harlot = false religion. The 7 hills = Rome.
  6. God is against this man because of the following. He claims to be the “Holy Father”. He claims to be the supreme head of the “church”. He claims that all other “churches and governments” should be subject to him. He claims to be “infallible”. Under the guise of Christianity he says that Mary and dead saints can mediate for us. He promotes the worship of the cross and idols. He says priests can forgive sins. He has made war on the “saints”. It is estimated that the Catholic Church as been behind the deaths of over 50 million people over time because they would not be subject to “the Church”.

    + Russia and America both arm different nations
    Peace talks continue
  7. Russia continues to arm the enemies of Israel despite urgent pleas from Israel and America not to.
  8. While Russia is busy arming the territory of the ancient king of the north we also have America busy arming the territory of the king of the south!

1 comment:

  1. In all the four centuries from Elizabeth I to Elizabeth II, England has been defined as a Protestant nation. "The Catholics were the Other; sometimes violent terrorists and rebels, sometimes merely dirty immigrants." according to Andrew Brown in the Guardian, Friday 17 September 2010.
    Brown recognizes the significance of the fact that Pope Benedict based his thoughts on the example of St. Thomas More: a man who had defied the king in loyalty to his faith. He notes, too, that the British Empire arose soon after the Reformation:

    Rebellion against the pope was the foundational act of English power. And now the power is gone, and perhaps the rebellion has gone, too.

    > Pope's visit: Moral absolutes and crumbling empires

    Ian Jack in The Guardian, Saturday 18 September 2010points out that historians might jib at the generalisations: if the Vatican were so helpful in the 14th century, how come it excommunicated Robert the Bruce? Catholicism and Scotland have a long and complex past. Did the papal visit change anything?

    > Pope Benedict and the St Ninian revival