“Never let the past determine your lives. Violence is not overcome by violence. Violence is overcome by peace.”-Pope Francis.
The famous gospel of Pope Francis. Is it Jesus that ‘overcomes violence,’ aka hatred. No, of course not. It is the elusive, “peace” he propagates. He is not a preacher of Jesus—who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life—he’s a preacher of peace, and the anti-christ is gonna be singing such a tune.
“In his place shall arise a contemptible person to whom royal majesty has not been given. He shall come in without warning and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.”-Daniel 11:21
And the antichrist is able to get a peace-treaty between Israel and her enemies. Something the pope just made a huge stepping-stone toward in his invitation this past Sunday for both the Israeli and Palestinian presidents to join him for a prayer of peace—to which the two agreed.
Yes, I believe this outwardly pious man may very well be the anti-chrisr or his side-kick false prophet prophesied of in the book of Revelation.
If Francis truly believes the bible, he would preach that only when Christ returns is all made right. And that peace is not a state of circumstances, it is a state of the heart. And Jesus Christ is the one who truly offers peace. Violence is overcome by love, and Jesus Christ is love. Unless He rules the heart, the heart will not have peace. And whether it be violence, adultery, theft, deceit, greed, envy, or pride, the sin of the heart cannot be overcome by anything but Christ Himself.
Love dissolves hate. If Pope Francis truly cared about the well-being of the Palestinians and Jews, he would preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to them. He would tell them of Christ’s immeasurable love which was displayed on that rugged cross nearly two thousand years ago when Jesus offered up His perfect life on behalf of this world of sinners, that we who trust in Him and repent (change our minds) will not perish but have eternal life. He would tell them that Christ rose from the grave to give us power over sin and death.
This is love, to share the truth of Jesus Christ.