Monday, 28 April 2014

"I WAS NOT IN ROME FOR CANONISATION" - SAYS HOLY SPIRIT

"I WAS NOT IN ROME FOR CANONISATION" - SAYS JOLY SPIRIT

DEAR PAT,

I READ YOUR BLOG YESTERDAY ABOUT THE CANONISATION OF KAROL WOJTALA (JOHN PAUL 11) BEING AN ABOMINATION TO GOD THE FATHER, JESUS THE SAVIOUR AND MYSELF - AND I WAS FORCED TO AGREE WITH YOU.

THE THREE OF US HAD A MEETING MANY MONTHS AGO AND WE DECIDED THAT WE WOULD NOT ATTEND THE CANONISATION - WHICH WAS NOT TRULY A "SPIRITUAL" EVENT - BUT WHICH WAS IN FACT A POLITICAL STUNT BY THE HIERARCHY OF THE ROMAN INSTUTUTION TO MAKE A LOT OF MONEY AND GET ITSELF SOME GOOD PUBLICITY FOR A CHANGE.

I CANNOT GO INTO INDIVIDUAL CASES, AS YOU WILL UNDERSTAND, BUT I CAN SAY THAT WHILE JOHN XX111 IS INDEED WITH US IN HEAVEN - KAROL WOJTYLA IS STILL FULFILLING OTHER ACTIVITIES BEFORE WE MAKE A FINAL DECISION ABOUT HIS ETERNAL FUTURE.

AS YOU POINTED OUT VERY CLEARLY YESTERDAY WE IN HEAVEN WERE HORRIFIED BY WOJTYLA'S FRIENDSHIP WITH AND PROTECTION OF MARCIEL MACIEL. 

WE WERE FURTHER HORRIFIED THAT THIS FRIENDSHIP AND PROTECTION WAS GIVEN IN RETURN FOR VASTS AMOUNT OF MONEY GIVEN BY MACIEL.

WE WERE ALSO HORRIFIED BY WOJTYLA'S COVER UP OF THE GROTESQUE CRIMES AGAINST INNOCENT CHILDREN.

THE HEAVENLY FATHER, JESUS AND I WERE VERY INVOLVED WITH THE EARLY CHURCH BUT WHEN THEY CAST THEIR LOT IN WITH THE ROMAN EMPIRE AND BECAME A POLITICAL AND EARTHLY ESTABLISHMENT WE DECIDED TO HAVE NOTHING MORE TO DO WITH THEM.

THE "ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH" AS IT IS KNOWN HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH US AND IN FACT AS A CORRUPT HUMAN INSTITUTION IT HAS MORE IN COMMON WITH OUR ANCIENT ADVERSARY, SATAN, THAN IT HAS TO DO WITH US.

BY THE WAY LUCIFER DID ATTEND YESTERDAY'S CEREMONY IN ROME AND WAS DRESSED IN A RED CARDINAL'S ROBE. 

WE ARE VERY SAD THAT SO MANY MILLIONS OF GOOD PEOPLE HAVE BEEN HOODWINKED INTO BELIEVING THAT THE ROMAN INSTITUTION IS A TRUE CHURCH.

BUT YOU SHOULD NOT BE OVERLY CONCERNED ABOUT THAT AS WE HAVE A VERY FIRM PLAN IN PLACE FOR THIS ORGANISATION'S FUTURE THAT CAN BE BEST DESCRIBED AS A MASSIVE SEPARATION OF THE DARNEL AND THE WHEAT. 

TODAYS NEWSPAPERS AND MEDIA OUTLETS ARE FULL OF YESTERDAY'S EVENTS. TO THAT WE SIMPLY REPEAT THE WORDS OF JESUS: 

"WOE TO YOU WHEN THE WORLD SPEAKS WELL OF YOU. THIS WAS THE WAY THEIR FATHERS TREATED THE FALSE PROPHETS"

ANYWAY, PAT, THANK YOU FOR SPEAKING THE TRUTH YESTERDAY AND FOR PERSEVERING AS A LONE VOICE IN THE WILDERNESS.

WITH LOVE,

"SOPHIA"


8 comments:

  1. Amen, Amen, Amen

    Belfast Victim of Father Brendan Smyth - still on medication and still in therapy

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  2. I'm sure that John Paul's protection of paedophiles and cover up by his bishops helped people like paedophile Father James Donaghy (Belfast and Bangor) escape punishment for years.

    Donaghy Victim Family Member

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  3. Bad enough Father Pat thinking that he is a validly and licitly ordained bishop, now he thinks he is a member of the Holy Trinity! This is an expression of madness, nothing more, nothing less. There is no mania more profound and deep seated than a religious one. Pat, you have lost all reason, and alas, all credibility.

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    1. Friend,

      What age did you leave school at?

      Have you never heard of letter writing as a literary device?

      C S Lewis - The Screwtape Letters?

      John Paul 1 - Letters to saints?

      Also have a look at the gospel where Jesus' family wanted to take Him away thinking he was mad!

      +Pat

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  4. Amen, very wise blog! Fra

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  5. Bishop Pat,

    May I respond to this ignorance above as a reformed theologian.

    Part 1)

    Since the Council of Constantinople (AD 381), the Christian church has confessed creedally four attributes of the true church, that she is "one, holy, catholic and apostolic." Ephesians 2:20 teaches the church’s apostolicity, for the church is "built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets."

    Thus the apostolicity of the church is biblical and creedal, but what does it mean? On the day of Pentecost, the beginning of the New Testament age, the church was gathered through the preaching of the apostles, and the church "continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine" (Acts 2:42). Today, apostolic doctrine is contained in the New Testament which is the completion and fulfilment of the Old Testament. Therefore that church is apostolic which is wholly characterised by the truth taught by the apostles in sacred Scripture, and Christian ministers are successors to the apostles if they preach apostolic doctrine.

    Ephesians 2:20 teaches that apostolicity is the foundation of the church, for the church is "built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets." The holiness of the church is its beauty (Eph. 5:26-27); not its foundation. The catholicity of the church is its universal extent including all nations, languages, age groups etc. (Rev. 7:9); not its foundation. The unity of the church is its spiritual and numerical oneness; not its foundation. As the "foundation" of the church, apostolicity is the basis for the church’s holiness, catholicity and unity. The true church possesses apostolic holiness, apostolic catholicity and apostolic unity. Thus ecumenical relations between congregations and denominations must begin with doctrinal discussions: Do we agree together on the apostolic faith?

    Moreover, there is only one foundation of the church; not two or more. The basis of the church is not apostolicity and unity or holiness or catholicity. Nor is the church based upon apostolicity and man’s free will or modern science or church tradition. The church’s sole foundation is the apostolic truth of the Holy Scriptures that reveal Jesus Christ crucified, risen and reigning, for He personally is the foundation of the church (I Cor. 3:11).

    Foundations, of course, are laid once, and the foundation of the church can never be re-laid. The apostolic faith "was once [for all] delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). As a wise builder, God’s foundation is strong enough to support the whole church of all ages. Thus departing from apostolic doctrine—the truth about the Triune God, Scripture, creation, sovereign grace etc.—is tampering with the foundation of the church and results in the fall of a congregation or denomination. People may still attend, but spiritually the congregation is degenerating and on the way to becoming a false church. Churches with apostles and prophets today not only fail to understand the nature of these temporary, extraordinary offices, but they also add to and thereby undermine the foundation of the church: the biblical, New Testament "apostles and prophets" (Eph. 2:20; cf. 3:5). The claim that there are apostles and prophets today necessary involves their receiving direct, verbal revelation from God (other than that in the 66 God-breathed books of Holy Scripture). This denies the all-sufficient Word of God (Ps. 19:7-11; II Tim. 3:16-17) and the all-sufficient foundation of the church (Eph. 2:20).

    Foundations also determine the length and breadth, and thus the shape, of a building. False doctrines in a church not only tear up the foundation; they also lay an additional foundation. All that claims to be church but is not built on the apostolic foundation is under the judgment of God.

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  6. Part 2)

    The best way to demolish a building is not to smash its windows or its chimney or even its walls but to destroy the foundation that supports the whole edifice. Likewise, the most effective way to overthrow a church is to undermine its foundation: apostolic doctrine. Thus, openly or subtly, false teachers attack total depravity, justification by faith alone, unconditional election and reprobation etc.; and undermine the Reformed creeds that summarise apostolic truth.

    All this enables us to test instituted churches by the light of God’s Word. The key question is this: Is this congregation or denomination apostolic in all things? Is this or that church wholly characterised by apostolic teaching so that it is a "pillar and ground of the truth" (I Tim. 3:15) holding up the truth of Jesus Christ in a truth-hating world? Are the three marks of the church present: apostolic preaching, apostolic sacraments and apostolic church discipline? Is the congregation apostolic in its worship, prayers, church polity, offices (minister, elder and deacon), instruction of covenant children, evangelism etc.?

    Membership in an apostolic church is honouring Jesus Christ who is present where apostolic truth is preached, believed, loved, confessed, defended and suffered for. Such churches are places where its members "grow in grace" through "the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ" (II Peter 3:18), the one set forth in all His riches in apostolic teaching.

    I write of course as a reformed theologian and like many who are ruled by Sacred Scripture we finding the RC position of declaring someone saint as, well in all charity it is not from Sacred Scripture! I prefer St. Paul's usage as do most Christians.

    God Bless your work and I take no pleasure in your sin brother but I encourage you to follow Jesus always.

    Rev. John your brother in Jesus

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  7. My Brother Bishop,

    With the present study document on the apostolicity of the church, the Lutheran-Roman Catholic Commission on Unity completes, after working from 1995 into 2006, the fourth phase of the Lutheran-Catholic world-level dialogue. The Commission was mandated and its members were appointed by their churches, as these acted through the Lutheran World Federation and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. The study document is presented to these two mandating bodies, and so to the respective churches, but as well to the wider public of persons and groups engaged in the ecumenical movement. The Commission hopes that the study will open fresh perspectives in the area of ecumenical ecclesiology and will throw light on pathways along which significant steps may be taken toward the goal of full communion between the Catholic Church and the Lutheran churches of the world.

    The document offers, first, a careful examination of New Testament texts pertaining to the apostles and the main aspects of apostolicity (Part 1), and then sets forth the outcome of investigations from three specific perspectives on apostolicity, namely as a creedal attribute of the church (Part 2), as a characteristic of church ministry (Part 3), and as a decisive quality of the teachers and doctrine which our churches require in order to remain in the truth of the gospel (Part 4).

    Read those who have ability!!!!!!!!!!

    Bishop your consecration as 'Bishop' is sound, I have examined in detail your evidence. Valid you are, supported with evidence even if your my fellow brothers & friends would like to wish it away! Illegal you are, however, this Law is being rewritten as we speak so hold your breath.

    The Church as you know has adopted a position of non-dialogue with you and your clergy along with others in order to wish your apostolic reality away!!

    Wishing you well Bishop Pat.

    Roman reader & Roman mover!!!!!

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