The Pope believe the second coming of Jesus is His presence in the Eucharist.
This is part of the address of the Pope Sunday 17th November before and after praying the midday Angelus in St. Peter’s Square.
This is how the Pope explains two central Bible verses of the second coming of Jesus:
“Then the Son of Man will come upon the clouds in the sky with great power and glory” (13:26). The “Son of Man” is Jesus himself, who links the present with the future; the ancient words of the prophets have finally found a center in the person of the Messiah of Nazareth: he is the central event that, in the midst of the troubles of the world, remains the firm and stable point.
For this reason Jesus does not describe the end of the world and when he uses apocalyptic images he does not conduct himself like a “visionary.” On the contrary, he wants to take away the curiosity of his disciples in every age about dates and predictions and wishes instead to give them a key to a deep, essential reading, and above all to indicate the right path to take, today and tomorrow, to enter into eternal life. Everything passes – the Lord tells us – but God’s Word does not change, and before this Word each of us is responsible for his conduct. It is on this basis that we will be judged.
The second coming Roman Catholic style. Jesus appearing in the Eucharist. Unfortunately, many evangelical Protestants are being persuaded.
2 Peter 2:1
[ False Teachers and Their Destruction ] But there were also false prophets among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you. They will secretly introduce destructive heresies, even denying the sovereign Lord who bought them—bringing swift destruction on themselves.
2 Thessalonians 2:3
Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction.
You must renounce the evil of the Papacy. The Roman Catholic “Christ” is a copycat.
The Roman Catholic Church teach that “Jesus” has already returned in the Eucharist. The Kingdom of God is found inside the Church, and the millennium is the present reign of the “Vicar of Christ”, the Pope. In the Eucharist, the Catholics are told that the perfect presences of the Messiah has been fulfilled.
Written by Ivar