Lutheran World to display unity with the Pope

Norway has a lady ArchBishop or preses. Thursday she and the leaders of the Lutheran World Federation will greet the Pope in the Vatican.

Helga Byfuglien wants Lutherans all over the World to accept the Pope as a Christian, the leader who will guide them into unity.

The Pope has invited the leaders of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) to the Vatican. The audience took place yesterday. The delegates are the Secretary General of the LWF, Martin Junge from Chile, the present LWH President Bishop Munib Younan from Jordan, and the female head Bishop of the Lutheran Church of Norway.

“Our relations to the Vatican is important. As a Lutheran federation, we wish to continue the ecumenical conversations with the biggest Church society in the World, in a bid for promote unity” explains Mrs. Helga Byfuglien to the official web portal of the Church of Norway,

Helga Haugland Byfuglien will be the second Norwegian Church leader who pay the Pope a visit this month. Secretary General Olav Fykse Tveit of the World Council of Churches (WCC) got 15 minutes with the Pope on 5th of December.

Source: Norwegian Christian daily “Vårt Land”.

My comment:

The book of Revelation explain that Mysterious Babylon is the Mother of harlots. If Rome is the mother of prostitutes, than she has spiritual children.

There seems to be quite a few of them to be found inside the Lutheran religious movement. I like to call them members of the “Lutheran Catholic Church”.

The Pope has a challenge with ladies like Byfuglien. The Vatican do not accept lady Bishops. They will surely be able to find a compromise, for the sake of peace and unity. The best way to avoid the problem, is to elect a man as the next head Bishop of Norway. Than there will again be unity.

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  1. In God we can always hope. In the Pope, we can only hope. The book of Revelation is being fulfilled right before our very eyes and ever so quickly.

  2. Shame indeed on this Lutheran leader, so called. Then she has no apostolic calling being a woman and does not know her own role uin the professing church. It also would be very interesting to hear her definition of a Christian ??

    1. Dear Raymond Stewart.

      Shalom, and welcome to this site.

      I was born into a Lutheran family, and was a dead man walking among the dead for 39 years. When I was 15 years old, I rejected the Lutheran Catholic religion, and walked into life as an Atheist.

      But Jesus the Messiah found me, turned me towards Him, and made my raise the white flag. It was a total surrender to the Messiah, a servant of God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel.

      In Him I have been grafted….

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