Roman Catholics makes a mockery of the true faith in South Africa

Diego Maradona said it was Gods will that Argentina should reach the final. Uruguay played handball, and called it “the hand of God”.

Uruguay played handball in a football match, and took the name of God to their defense.

Catholic football players look very holy, as they enter or leave the football ground. They make signs of the cross, and kisses their own hand.

By their actions, they expose for the whole World that they do not know Him. In fact, they make a mockery of the true faith.

The worst of them all is Diego Maradona. When He used his hands to make a goal against England, he insulted God by saying this was the “hand of God”. His mockery of God our Father in Heaven have now been copied by other Catholic hypocrites.

Diego Maradonna playes handball against the England goalkeeper, Peter Shilton.

In football, using the hand is lawlessness. The hand of a copy cat god might be involved in this.

The 10 commandments in the Bible has the following message to Catholic football “hero’s”.

Exodus 20:7
“You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.

Please also take a note:

It was a Muslim referee who allowed the “hand of God” to get England out of the World Cup in the quarter final in 1986. His name is Tunisian referee Ali Bin Nasser.

The name of the Uruguay striker who used the “hand of God”, is Luis Suárez. Ironically it was Ghana who paid the penalty.

2 thoughts on “Roman Catholics makes a mockery of the true faith in South Africa

    1. Dear Lars-Toralf

      Shalom, and welcome back with this comment.

      I do not think watching football makes you a friend of the World. But someone goes over board, and makes football their religion.

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