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Why is the Pope always Talking about Poop Fetishes? FDR 115

Why is the Pope always Talking about Poop Fetishes? FDR 115

⁣We talk revelation 17 and the 10 Kingdoms.

Are we seeing the harlot church getting destroyed by the ten kingdoms?   Why does the Pope have a fetish talking about poop.….ostate-church-idols-….d-time-signs-one-wor….at-is-klaus-schwabs-….gs/are-the-10-kingdo….gs/iron-mixed-with-c

Pope’s Odd Fascination with Poop

His comments reminds me of the word abomination 

The word “abomination” in the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible is typically used to refer to something that is detestable or morally repugnant. In the Greek lexicon, the word used for “abomination” is “bdelugma” (βδέλυγμα), which generally signifies something that is loathsome or detestable.

In the New Testament of the Bible, “abomination” is used to describe various actions or behaviors that are considered sinful or offensive to God. For example, in Luke 16:15, Jesus speaks of “that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God,” suggesting that human values or practices that are esteemed or praised by society may be detestable or offensive in the eyes of God.

In the Old Testament of the Bible, “abomination” is often used to refer to practices or behaviors that are considered idolatrous or contrary to God’s commandments, such as worshipping false gods or engaging in immoral acts. For example, in Leviticus 18:22, homosexuality is described as an “abomination” in the sight of God.

All the vs. here –

In the End God Wins and the Great Whore Church / Churches will Burn..   The great counterfeit church will be destroyed.  Here are some Biblical stories and verses that reflect the concepts of “what comes around goes around,” “God will not be mocked,” “people have sin for a season,” and “in the end God wins and Satan is thrown in the lake of fire.”

  1. Story of Haman from the book of Esther: In the book of Esther, Haman was a high-ranking official in Persia who plotted to exterminate the Jewish people. He built a gallows to hang Mordecai, a Jew who had offended him. However, his evil plot was exposed, and instead, Haman was hanged on the very gallows he had prepared for Mordecai. This story illustrates the principle of “what comes around goes around” as Haman’s evil intentions and actions resulted in his own downfall.

Scripture reference: “So they hanged Haman on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai.” – Esther 7:10

  1. Verse on God not being mocked from Galatians: The Apostle Paul wrote in his letter to the Galatians that God cannot be mocked, and that whatever a person sows, they will also reap. This emphasizes the principle that God’s justice will ultimately prevail and that actions have consequences.

Scripture reference: “Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he also reap.” – Galatians 6:7

  1. Story of the Prodigal Son from Luke: In the parable of the Prodigal Son, Jesus tells the story of a younger son who asked his father for his share of the inheritance and went on to squander it in a far-off country in sinful living. However, when a famine arose, the younger son realized his mistake, repented, and returned to his father. The father, filled with compassion, forgave him and welcomed him back with open arms. This story exemplifies the concept that people may have a season of sin, but God’s grace and mercy are always available for those who repent and turn back to Him.

Scripture reference: “But when he came to himself, he said, ‘How many of my father’s hired servants have more than enough bread, but I perish here with hunger! I will arise and go to my father, and I will say to him, “Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you.”‘ – Luke 15:17-18

  1. Verses on the final victory of God over Satan from Revelation: The book of Revelation in the Bible describes the ultimate triumph of God over Satan. It speaks of a final judgment where Satan is thrown into the lake of fire, and God’s victory is established once and for all.

Scripture reference: “And the devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur where the beast and the false prophet were, and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.” – Revelation 20:10

These stories and verses from the Bible illustrate the concepts of divine justice, the consequences of actions, the availability of God’s grace and mercy, and the ultimate victory of God over evil. They emphasize the importance of living a righteous life and turning to God for forgiveness and redemption.

The phrase “judgment starts in the house of the Lord” is derived from 1 Peter 4:17 in the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible. Here’s the full scripture verse along with its context:

Scripture reference: “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?” – 1 Peter 4:17 (KJV)

Context: 1 Peter is a letter written by the Apostle Peter to encourage and exhort early Christian believers who were facing persecution and suffering for their faith. In the preceding verses, Peter discusses the challenges and trials that Christians may face and encourages them to persevere in faithfulness to God.

In 1 Peter 4:17, Peter is reminding believers that judgment begins with the household of God, referring to the Christian community or the Church. This means that God’s judgment and discipline often start with His own people, those who profess to follow Him. Peter is emphasizing the importance of living a holy and righteous life, as judgment begins with God’s own people, and they are held to a higher standard.

The verse goes on to ask what the end will be for those who do not obey the gospel of God. It implies that if judgment starts with God’s people, those who reject or disobey the gospel will face even greater consequences.

Overall, this verse underscores the importance of living in obedience to God’s Word, recognizing that God’s judgment and discipline may begin with His own people, and highlighting the need for believers to strive for holiness and righteousness in their lives.  AICB

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