Lutherans accept Roman Catholic eucharistic blasphemy

Cardinal Koch hopes joint document will be preparation of a future joint declaration on church, Eucharist and ministry.

Cardinal Kurt Koch leads all Lutherans down the road towards the gates of Hell.
Cardinal Kurt Koch leads corrupt Lutherans down the road towards the gates of Hell.

Cardinal Kurt Koch is the President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU).

Presenting the keynote address to the Council of The Lutheran World Federation (LWF) today, Kurt Cardinal Koch, President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity (PCPCU), reflected on the joint Lutheran-Roman Catholic publication, “From Conflict to Communion,” which was launched during the meeting of the LWF governing body.
Koch expressed his strong hope that the document will be mutually received by Lutherans and Catholics at global and local levels.

Koch said that the decision by the Lutheran – Roman Catholic Commission on Unity to follow up their dialogue process on the topic of baptism under the working title ‘Baptism and Growing in Communion,” was much to be welcomed, as it represents a further important step on the path of deepening understanding between Lutherans and Catholics.

He also proposed that this would open a possibility for the preparation of a future joint declaration on church, Eucharist and ministry.

Read the joint statement.

Bishop em. Ambrose Moyo, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zimbabwe, said one of the questions often asked since the signing of the JDDJ and other joint publications in the dialogue process, was when Lutheran and Catholics would come to a point where they can share the Eucharist.

He expressed optimism that the common commemoration in 2017 would offer such encouragement.

Presiding Bishop Helga Haugland Byfuglien, Church of Norway, spoke of the ecumenical milestones in the bilateral dialogue including the JDDJ and the current publication, and noted that the processes describe the concept of the Eucharist. However, she noted, “It seems the hindrance in the time to come is going to be about the church and structure.”

Source: The Lutheran World

My comment:

Church reformer Martin Luther called the Pope and antichrist.  During the Reformation,  millions of people were set free for religion tyranny, leaving the bondage to the Papacy.

By joining a bid for twist and falsify the message of Luther, The present “Lutheran Word Federation” are no longer to be considered a Protestant movement. It has become carnal, corrupt and lukewarm. Many claimed Lutheran leaders, do no long uphold sound doctrines. They walk with God mockers, and can accept anything. Like “God is love”, and we are all “Children of God”.

The Roman Catholic Church teach that God is physically present in the “Holy Communion”. God has been summoned out from His throne in Heaven, to be consumed by mortal man. To eat physical flesh, is nothing but cannibalism. If you drink physical blood, this make you a Satanist.  It do not matter, if you drink blood, and say “praise Jesus”. A Satanist is what you are, and with Satan you are going to spend eternity.

  Luke 22:19

And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, ‘This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.’

During the supper on Passover, the Jews always remembered the passover Lamb in Egypt.This lamb was not brought back by occultism, and eaten all over again.

In the last supper we who love Jesus, remember the blood that the Messiah shed on the cross at Calvary Hill. We are not cannibals. We do not eat his flesh, nor do we consume him.

 Leviticus 3:17

‘“This is a lasting ordinance for the generations to come, wherever you live: you must not eat any fat or any blood.”’

It is a sin to drink physical blood.

 1 Corinthians 11:27-29

So then, whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of sinning against the body and blood of the Lord.  Everyone ought to examine themselves before they eat of the bread and drink from the cup. For those who eat and drink without discerning the body of Christ eat and drink judgment on themselves.

I pray that born again Christians, never will participate in the horrible blasphemies of the Roman Catholic Religion. Sinning against the body and blood of our Lord. Amen.

Written by Ivar

12 thoughts on “Lutherans accept Roman Catholic eucharistic blasphemy

  1. Dear Ivar.
    Even though I agree with you, I don’t know, if it vil be advisable to translate it. I know, that there are diffent views on this matter. And is it that evident and vital?

    1. Dear Lis.

      Shalom.

      When i go for communion with Lutherans, I have a grand problem with their Catholic Sacramental views. When a minister comes to me and say: “This is the blood of Jesus”, I always say to my self: “No, this is not the blood of Jesus”. Giving him the cup, I would rather have said: “Drink in memory of the blood of Jesus”.

      This is a serious issue. Because what has been give us in the cup, can not be both the blood of Jesus, and not. Some Lutherans even say they are cleansed for sins in the communion. That is blasphemy against the blood of Jesus, shed once and for all at Calvary. And it is idol worship, because the wine (or whatever) in the cup, can not cleanse even a fly. Much less forgive any sin.

      No doubt, that the Lutheran Catholics are returning to the mother of all harlots. Because they are the harlots who compromise with Rome.

      1. Dear Ivar.
        Thank you for answering. I quite agree. I wil consider if this issue is worth a debate. I have never been specific engaged in the issue of baptism and supper. Remember, I previously belonged to the Lutherans. And nearly all of my readers are Lutherans

      2. Der Lis.

        Shalom, and love in Jesus.

        I preach in both Lutheran and Pentecostal fellowships. I have disagreements with both, but consider people in both camps for brethren.

        I understand Luther, but also disagree with Him. I hope he repented for the horrible anti-Jewish booklet he wrote in his old age. I just read through it again, and was horrified. Luther basically call his followers to burn down the synagogues. That is arson, and instigation to criminal acts and violence. No doubt that Luther gave good points to the Nazis.

        I am not a “Lutheran”, but agree with Luther on many issues. In many ways, I am more “Lutheran” than many who claim they are Lutherans. Man is saved by faith, alone, by mercy, alone, by Jesus, alone. Scripture, alone, is the highest authority in all matters of faith.

        In regards to the doctrines of Baptism and Last supper, I strongly disagree with the German Church reformer.

      3. Dear Ivar.
        I know. I have listened to a sermon by you at INRI. But I didn’t post a link to it, because many of my readers would find it too lawfull. I know the context, but not all of them do so.

        I accuse for my bad word order in English, but I havn’t used my English very much, and I learned 55 years ago.

  2. Amen and Amen Ivar! Brovo. This post says it all! You do what scripture says, “This witness is true. Wherefore rubuke them sharply, that they may be sound in the faith; not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth. Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled. They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work worthless (reprobate.) Titus 1:13-16

  3. It is sad to see the Lutheran church fall for the Roman Catholic Religion’s ecumenical movement. 😦 People need to be fleeing from that Babylonian worship system, not embracing it.

  4. The Roman Church has taken what the LORD commanded us to eat and changed it from a meal to a sacrifice. The Pope claims that their Mass is a propitiation for sins as opposed to the one single sacrifice of Jesus Christ, which has removed all our sins, and thus requires no more sacrifice for sins forgiven and forgotten by God. Any attempt by man to add to God’s perfect sacrifice just makes the one sacrifice of Christ of no effect, which we know is a lie. AMEN

  5. We Catholics are not trying to and cannot add to the one and only sacrifice on the Cross, simply being united with it in the same way the Jewish participation in the feast of Passover was not “re-doing” the original but participating in the original.
    God sees all time and is not limited by time, so while we are not existing in the same exact temporal moment, He allows us to be united with it spiritually.
    I sincerely ask you to read John 6:51-58. Although many left Jesus’ company when He spoke this, He did not call after them and say He was only speaking figuratively.

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