The Pope wants “god “to bless Mail, and make the people prosper. No mention of repentance, nor Jesus.
The Vatican has made it a routine to send “traditional greetings” an route to the Pope final destinations. Going by air to Benin in Africa, the Pope first flew over Tunisia, Algeria and Niger. Next, his aircraft crossed Burkina Faso and finally Ghana.
This is what the Catholic News provider Zenit.org have recorded:
” Though they only had Benedict XVI visiting for brief moments — and then, only from the air — six African countries received the assurance of papal prayers as the Holy Father flew over them on his way to Benin today”.
This is the Popes second apostolic journey to Africa.
The flight, gave the Pontiff an opportunity to express his wishes for peace and stability in Tunisia.
He sent his best wishes to Algeria and invoked upon the whole country “the benefits of the Almighty.”
“May the Most High bless Mali and grant to all its inhabitants prosperity and happiness,” stated the telegram for this country.
To Niger, the Holy Father expressed the hope that it will “live in prosperity and progress unceasingly in concord and peace.”
For Burkina Faso the Pope voiced his hope that it would “live always in peace and fraternity” and that God would grant it prosperity and happiness.
For Ghana he prayed for “God’s blessings of peace and social harmony.”
It will be pretty obvious to all except Roman Catholics, that this kind of “blessings” have nothing to do with Christianity.
The Pope surely believe in “allah, who is “god almighty” in North Africa. Down under his aircraft there were only Muslims. At least over Tunisia, Algeria and Niger.
To bless people who live in sin, is wickedness. Only lawless men would do that. Any Christian, with an absolute minimum respect for the gospel, will understand that the Pope do not represent the Messiah Jesus.
The Messiah would have told the North Africans to repent, or perish. To ask their “god” to prosper them, is like wishing them good luck the whole way to Hell. Only a pope would do that.
The more priests there were, the more they sinned against me; they exchanged their glorious God for something disgraceful.
When the Pope pronounce “blessings” from the air, he must not be mistaken for being the Messiah returning in the clouds of Heaven.
Written by Ivar