ICEJ desire Catholic support

The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem (ICEJ) use a Roman Catholic “father” as a “spiritual guide” on a trip in Israel.

Watch their Pentecostal leader, Dr. Jurgen Buhler quote Pope John Paul II.

Dear reader

Let me underline that i support the Jews right to live everywhere in Judea and Samaria. I also support a united Jerusalem, not to be divided, and only a capital for the state of Israel.

I know that every supporter of the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem (ICEJ) agree with these viewpoints.

Jurgen Buhler must discontinue his flirt with the RCC.
Jurgen Buhler must discontinue his flirt with the RCC.

But ICEJ seems to be lead by a Pentecostal teacher who do no longer stand on the Reformation. The winds of Vatican II inspired ecumenism seems to have catch up with ICEJ too.

I also have a feeling that the desire for more money has tainted this ministry in Jerusalem. The last years expansion plans, seems to have come with a heavy prince. It looks like the organic grown in ICEJ this year, is a fruit of a political and spiritual acceptance of the Vatican movement. This year we see Roman Catholic nuns dancing in En Gedhi. And a Roman Catholic priest from Cannada has been hired to bring in Catholics from all over the World.

When supposed to be Evangelical Christians seek financial support from the Roman Catholic Church, they will eventually place them self under judgment. The curse Dr. Jurgen Buhler spoke about in the video above, might land in his own head.

If this collaboration with the RCC is not  repented for, the present spiritual blessings of the ICEJ will disappear.  Also its supporters will face a comming spiritual drainage.

 

 Matthew 11: 11-14:

From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been subjected to violence, and violent people have been raiding it. For all the Prophets and the Law prophesied until John. And if you are willing to accept it, he is the Elijah who was to come. Whoever has ears, let them hear.

The theological error of forseeing yet another return of Elijah, seems to be less serious. There are a lot of people who are not willing to accept that Malachi’s prophetic message of the return of the Elijah, was fulfilled by John the Baptist. Those who claim otherwise, do not agree with Jesus the Messiah, and will one day have a lot of explanation to do.

And to demand that we call the “people of Israel” for our “fathers”, is as un-Biblical as calling Catholic priets the same.  Even if claiming so brings in the cash.

Monday evening:

I am watching the ICEJ event on a Norwegian TV channel, to be qualified to comment on whats going on…. When you thougth that you already had heared the wildest of all collection speaches, ICAJ managed to call a new champion to the stage. And Bishop John Francsis from London did follow suit. What about the bones of Ezekiel 37, not being bones, but promises? A whole vally of promises? And that the bones of Jesus on the cross, were not broken, because the promises of God can not be broken. And what about: “When we say we shall have someting, the Bible say we shall have it”.

Published by Ivar

 

 

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5 thoughts on “ICEJ desire Catholic support

  1. Wow! ‘the jewish people are our fathers’? How demented! IVAR, you get some amazing videos on this site-thank you Sir!
    So many ministries in the world, so little focus on the King, Jesus Christ! Hence, so many lost.

  2. Someone let a false Word of Faith prosperity teacher onto the stage in the ICEJ-hall Monday evening. For the collection of money. Disgusting. May Jesus have mercy on all the decived souls.

    1. Monday evening, Bishop John Francis told the ICAJ-gathering that “what we say we have, the Bible says we shall have”. And that the bones of Ezekiel 37 are not bones, but promises. And that we must speach to these promises. That is not only balooney. It amounts to a super revelation from the demomic realm. A spirtitualization of the Propetic word, that permits any false teacher to claim anything.

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