Being a Christian means belonging to the Church, Pope affirms.
In his general audience address Pope Francis drew attention to how God formed the Church to unify humanity, emphasizing that no one is saved on their own, but rather through the help of others. “Our identity is one of belonging.
To say ‘I am Christian’ means to say: ‘I belong to the Church. I belong to this People with whom God established an ancient alliance that is always faithful,’” the Pope explained in his June 25 general audience address.
His address to those gathered in St. Peter’s square continued the reflections he began on the Church last week.
“Dear Brothers and Sisters, in our catechesis on the Church we have seen that God gathered a people to himself in the Old Testament and in the fullness of time sent his Son to establish the Church as the sacrament of unity for all humanity.”
“God wanted to form a people that takes his blessing to all the nations of the Earth,” and he “sets it as a sign and instrument of union of all men with God and each other through Jesus Christ,” the Pope said. Explaining how we are all called to be a part of “this great family,” the Pope drew attention the importance of “belonging to this people.”
“We are not Christians as an individual, each one on his own,” he said. “None of us become Christians on our own,” but rather“we owe our relationship with God to so many others who passed on the faith, who brought us for Baptism, who taught us to pray and showed us the beauty of the Christian life.”
Pope Francis then encouraged those present to give thanks to “our parents and grandparents, our priests, religious and teachers” who helped bring us into the Church.
The Pope has again proclaimed the Roman Catholic replacement of the Jewish people as God’s chosen people.
According to the Papacy a Jew can simply not become an acceptable follower of Jesus is the Messiah, without joining the Roman Catholic Church. He must renounce his Jewishness, the Sabbath and all Jewish festivals.
This is the core basis for despotism, in the name of God and “Christ”.
To the radical opposite: No Christian can belong to the Roman Catholic Church, and by this kind of membership proclaim the ownership to the eterbal citizenship in Heaven.
The only way to became a Christian or a Messianic Jew, is to the accept the Lordship of the Messiah. To surrender to Him, and to be under his protection and guidance.
Westminster Confession of Faith:
VI. There is no other head of the Church but the Lord Jesus Christ: nor can the Pope of Rome in any sense be head thereof; but is that Antichrist, that man of sin and son of perdition, that exalteth himself in the Church against Christ, and all that is called God.
By this kind of statements, the Pope proclaim that he is not a Christian, but the head of a religious movement. By nature, as Satanic as all other religious movements. Nevertheless, what makes the Papacy special is his claim to supremacy over all followers of Jesus. That makes the Pope a perfect candidate for the post as the antichrist, the last man of lawlessness.
Stay away from this kind of wickedness. If you do not want to face eternity in Hell, run out of the Catholic Church. Than go down on your knees and beg Jesus the Messiah for mercy.
Written by Ivar