“If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments”: Once Again, Francis Clashes With Christ
“May the Lord help us to journey along the path of the commandments but looking toward the love of Christ, with the encounter with Christ, knowing that the encounter with Jesus is more important than all of the commandments,”
This is the kind of rubbish that that human wreck known as The Evil Clown has reduced himself to spouting. This is so wrong I don’t even know where to begin. This is rubbish no ten years old boy would ever dare to say. Heck, this is rubbish no Protestant with a vague notion of Christianity would ever dare to say!
“If ye love me, keep my commandments”
This is John 14:15. If this blathering minus habens had the faintest notion of the religion he represents, he would not dare to contradict Christ with his bogus, fake news religion of FrancisMadness. This guy is of Satan.
The Commandments have, by definition, no buts. That’s why they are called commandments instead of “guidelines”, “inspirations” or “useful helps to a meeting with Jesus”.
As we try to follow the Commandments as best as we can *because we love Jesus*, it follows that our encounter with Jesus is just there, it is exactly in our following them. There is no “encounter” that can be separated from the Commandments. There is no way I can fabricate for myself an “encounter with Jesus” that disregards the commandments, or tries to do without them.
This evil man has, with his stupid, blasphemous words, just tried to create a sort of “Super Commandment”, along the lines of “Encounter Jesus”; making it, and I quote, “more important than all of the commandments”. It’s not only that this is incredibly blasphemous. It’s the stupidity that strikes one first. This guy *really* is dumb!
What kind of satanic monster is this one? What is the game he is playing? Is he trying to rile us up as much as he can before he marches off to hell?
Yeah, actually, I think I might be on the right path with the last one. Yes, Francis *is* dumb. But he is also an old, stubborn, lewd old man playing in the sand with his small bucket, and trying to anger all those around him who don’t want to like his castle. Therefore, it can simply be that the guy has realised he will not be able to anger Catholics for much longer, and is now doing what he can to undermine the faith he was called to represent as long as he has the breath to insult us all.
What a stupid, stupid thing to do. Like Julian the Apostate – who was, incidentally, infinitely more powerful than this little, stubborn ass – Francis will soon have to realise that all his efforts were in vain.
The Galilean always wins in the end.
Posted on August 12, 2021, in Bad Shepherds, Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Dissent, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
Pope Francis is denying the sovereignty of Christ. If that doesn’t make him an apostate then the word has no meaning.
Mundy, Not accepting His commandments is akin to preaching a false gospel. … Lord, have not we prophesied … cast out devils … and done many miracles in thy name? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, you that work iniquity. … every one that heareth these my words, and doth them not, shall be like a foolish man that built his house upon the sand…
Even some Protestants get it as this link contains numerous quote that shows how God turns His back on unrepentant sinners. It’s so sad that those so close to the truth might be repulsed by Jorge’s words and actions. https://theologicalsushi.blogspot.com/2011/11/does-god-hear-prayers-of-unrepentant.html
These Protestants really are a strange bunch…
Still: why it’s sad that anyone be repulsed by Jorge’s action? I’d say it almost makes for a sign pf predestination…
The ignorance is almost breathtaking. It is hard to believe the man ever attended seminary.
Very true. Or perhaps he knows the basics, he just wants to anger us by showing to us that he doesn’t care about them!
He knows that “encounter with Jesus” is subjective. He and his minions can twist it and turn it and lead gullible sheep into thinking any fool thing is an “encounter with Jesus”. People are incredibly easy to lead.
But the commandments are not easily manipulated. They are fairly straight-forward and objective. We all know the meaning of the commandments. It’s not as simple for him to twist and turn them. Apostates accuse the faithful of being “rigid”, because the faithful have a firm concept of right and wrong, which they despise. They rail against God for having made firm precepts we must follow, and they try to subvert what the faithful know in serpentine ways. “You shall be like God…”, they hiss.
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