Joined by Muslims, Jews, representatives of different Christian Churches and other Iraqi religious minorities in the Iraqi city of Ur, Pope Francis prays for reconciliation, peace and the strength to rebuild the ravaged nation through Chrislam.
The main figure in the entire bible, from Genesis to Revelation, is Jesus Christ, He is foretold in the Old Testament and revealed in the New Testament. The bible says about Him that He is the ‘express image’ of God and that He is God ‘manifest in the flesh’. Not only that, Jesus is the ‘name above all names’, and is the name to which ‘every knee shall bow’ and ‘every tongue confess’ that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of the Father. Jesus, the bible tells us, is the ‘prince of peace’ without whom there can be no peace. Now, can someone please tell me why Jesus didn’t get even an ‘honorable mention’ in the pope’s prayer in Ur of the Chaldees today?
“Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” Philippians 2:9-11 (KJB)
Pope Francis in Iraq today, while working to establish Abraham as the central figure in his One World Religion of Chrislam, ‘prayed for peace’ and never mentioned the Prince of Peace, Jesus Christ. The occasion was an excellent illustration of the One World Religion we see laid out for us in Revelation 13, 17 and 18 in your King James Bibles. On the 14th of this month I will have been saved for 30 years, I’ve waited a long time for bible prophecy to begin to come to pass, and rejoice as I now see with my eyes what I have long believed by faith.
“By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed; and he went out, not knowing whither he went. By faith he sojourned in the land of promise, as in a strange country, dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Jacob, the heirs with him of the same promise: For he looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God.” Hebrews 11:8-10 (KJB)
And what about that ziggurat that everyone keeps talking about, you know, the one where Pope Francis held his Chrislam prayer service today? The Great Ziggurat was built as a place of worship, dedicated to the moon god Nanna in the Sumerian city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia. It is here that ritual child sacrifices took place. Abraham was called by God to leave this place, to turn his back to it, and never come back. So why, pray tell, would Pope Francis chose this as the site of his Chrislam prayer service? Oh, I think you know the answer to that one.
“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.” 1 Thessalonians 5:3 (KJB)
Listen to me and mark it down, this world and the people in this world will never know peace apart from Jesus Christ, it simply cannot be done. It is a doctrine of devils to pray for peace and leave the Name of Jesus out of your prayer. Pope Francis prayed for peace, you can read it below, and never mentioned the name of Jesus Christ. You do the math.
Iraq: Pope’s Prayer of the Sons and Daughters of Abraham
FROM VATICAN NEWS: Pope Francis travelled south from Baghdad to the ancient city of Ur to hold an historic interreligious meeting on Saturday, the second day of his Apostolic visit to Iraq. The set-up was stark, but poignant: a simple, tent-like structure, with white drapes to protect participants from the sun, was set up next to Abraham’s house. In the background, the incredibly well-preserved remains of a 4,000-year-old Sumerian temple with adjacent residential complex and palaces known as the Great Ziggurat of Ur.
After the meeting, the Pope gathered in prayer together Muslims, Jews, representatives of Iraq’s Christian Churches, and members of Iraqi religious minorities, including the Yazidis and Sabaeans, who together invoked the Lord for peace, reconciliation and the strength to rebuild the conflict-ravaged nation.
This is their prayer:
Almighty God, our Creator, you love our human family and every work of your hands:
As children of Abraham, Jews, Christians and Muslims, together with other believers and all persons of good will, we thank you for having given us Abraham, a distinguished son of this noble and beloved country, to be our common father in faith.
We thank you for his example as a man of faith, who obeyed you completely, left behind his family, his tribe and his native land, and set out for a land that he knew not.
We thank you too, for the example of courage, resilience, strength of spirit, generosity and hospitality set for us by our common father in faith.
We thank you in a special way for his heroic faith, shown by his readiness even to sacrifice his son in obedience to your command. We know that this was an extreme test, yet one from which he emerged victorious, since he trusted unreservedly in you, who are merciful and always offer the possibility of beginning anew.
We thank you because, in blessing our father Abraham, you made him a blessing for all peoples.
We ask you, the God of our father Abraham and our God, to grant us a strong faith, a faith that abounds in good works, a faith that opens our hearts to you and to all our brothers and sisters; and a boundless hope capable of discerning in every situation your fidelity to your promises.
Make each of us a witness of your loving care for all, particularly refugees and the displaced, widows and orphans, the poor and the infirm.
Open our hearts to mutual forgiveness and in this way make us instruments of reconciliation, builders of a more just and fraternal society.
Welcome into your abode of peace and light all those who have died, particularly the victims of violence and war.
Assist the authorities in the effort to seek and find the victims of kidnapping and in a special way to protect women and children.
Help us to care for the earth, our common home, which in your goodness and generosity you have given to all of us.
Guide our hands in the work of rebuilding this country, and grant us the strength needed to help those forced to leave behind their homes and lands, enabling them to return in security and dignity, and to embark upon a new, serene and prosperous life. Amen.