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  1. Question: Were the Jesuits banned from Mexico? from the Vatican?
    Would you consider Jesuits Facists on moral law; and socialists on social issues?
    social issues?

  2. Joe says:

    First things first it is good to have John back to work.
    I was raised catholic and God saved me at 22 , to me all religions are the same regardless of the name they are all trying to do something to get to heaven , above the door of every church you can put either grace or works , works is the broad door Jesus said this is the wrong way , its by grace through faith not that of ourselves , it’s a gift oh God not of works, so the name of the religion means nothing catholic , Mormon , j witness, ect.. Pick any name , They are all exactly the same, works.
    If I have to spend 5 min. in purgatory then Jesus died for nothing. Nothing the Catholics do is biblical Jesus is on the back burner and they believe Mary is diety.

  3. Roy Grandbois says:

    I was expecting the pope to have a name like Peter Romanus

  4. Janine says:

    So it’s definitely a pre-tribulation rapture John?

  5. Henry says:

    Interesting stuff. Gee, any idea when the church is outa here with the rapture?

  6. Steve says:

    A Women Rides the Beast

    Dave Hunt wrote a book and made a dvd about the passage in Revelation about the women who rides the beast. He details all the things mentioned about the women and ties it directly to the Roman Catholic faith throughout history. A very thorough and fascinating study that left me convinced that he was right on.
    Most people know about the crusades to retake the holy lands, but not everyone knows about the Roman Catholics crusades against the Bible believing Christians who would not bow to the Popes. Some estimate up to 50 millions Believers in Christ tortured and killed in the most horrific ways imaginable by the Popes for centuries.
    Could this happen again? Jesus said his followers would be put to death by those who thought they where doing the will of God. History has shown this to be true.

  7. Pamela says:

    Here’s an interesting article about the St. Francis of Assisi visiting the Sultan of Egypt and commanding his followers not to try to convert Muslims… to work side by side instead and use the Muslim example of prayer as a model….

    God bless us all with a keen discernment for the coming days!

  8. B. Ross says:

    King James said, “I will never allow in my conscience that the blood of any man shall be shed for diversity of opinions in religion, but I should be sorry that Catholics should so multiply as they might be able to practice their old principles upon us.” King James was proclaiming his utter detestation of the Romish system, calling it superstitious.” (Acts 17:22-23) After March of 1604, Jesuit ‘terrorists’ began plotting his (King James) death and the total destruction of the entire anti-papal Parliament government. Thirty-six (36) barrels of gunpowder, about 6,000 pounds, were smuggled through secret tunnels and buried beneath the Parliament by 13 accomplices. On Nov. 5, 1605, just hours before the gunpowder was set to explode the entire Parliament building, “God out of his mercy very miraculously” exposed the plot. “God hath so miraculously delivered us all,” exclaimed King James to Parliament on Nov. 9, 1605. The conspirators were for the most part “Jesuits” or Jesuit educated. The Secretary of State “condemned their doctrine” and called these Jesuits “that generation of Vipers”. The King’s proclamation stated that the perpetrators were caught and identified as “persons known to be bitterly corrupted with the superstition of the Romish religion, as seduced with the blindness thereof.”

    Even King James despised Catholicism, even to the extent that he called the Pope back then the ‘Antichrist’.

    The above text is NOT mine. It can be found in Gail Riplinger’s book “In Awe of Thy Word” chapter 16. I apologize if any copyright laws were broken here. I just felt that this fit perfectly with the times.

    God Bless!

  9. Mary M says:

    His father was Italian. That makes him “Roman,” doesn’t it?

  10. B. Ross says:

    (Continuation of King James)

    Father Henry Garnet, a Superior of the Jesuits in England, one of the conspirators/terrorists, in a written confession admitted that they did it “for the restoring of the Catholic religion in England.” Another terrorist, Guy Falkes, feared “in a short time to have all of the Papist sect driven out of England” – a portend hardly meriting attempted mass murder, had stated, “Many have heard him [King James] say at table that the ‘Pope is Anti-Christ’, which he wished to prove to anyone who believed the opposite”.

    This view held by most Christians at that time, was hardly a motive for plotting such a death-dealing hate crime. The terrorists were charged with atttempting to “subvert the true religion of God, and whole government of the kingdom”.

    On May 12, 1606, when Venetians passed a decree to banish all Jesuits, King James said, “O blessed and wise Republic, how well She knows how to preserve her liberty; for the Jesuits are the worse and most seditious fellows in the world. They are slaves (those trapped in witchcraft and Jesuit practices) and spies as you know”. In 1607 a papist reported, “The King is a bitter enemy of our religion…He frequently speaks of it in terms of contempt…He is all the harsher because of this last conspiracy against his life. He understands that the Jesuits had a hand in it”.

    By publicly opposing the superstitions of Romanism, witchcraft and other sects, King James generated enemies and false criticisms. Jesus said, “Men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely…” (Matt. 5:11). King James wrote, “I did ever hold persecution as one of the infallible notes of s false church.”

    God Bless!

  11. Julia says:

    JOE Your not alone! I too was brought up catholic and at a very young age of 10 I was questioning everything and whenever I would ask questions no one could answer them and then questioned the priests WHAT’S THIS PURGATORY? the bible I read does’nt have it (King James Version)….only hell is mentioned they would get angry and tell me I’m asking things that are already answered in the bible (he was meaning the Catholic one) then I would say why do you put the virgin mary up on a pedistle as though she is to be worshipped like Jesus…mary is’nt Jesus! She is not our mediator!It is now plain to see that GOD was doing a work in me at this very young age and I stood my ground just as we in the body of christ do today that have found the TRUTH!!! YOUR RIGHT JOE there will be no catholic,baptist,or any other religious name ONLY the servants of Christ and that’s the best name we will carry.This is the truth I now follow…..Jesus is our propitiation (1 John 2 V 2..&4 V 10 ),(Romans 3 V24,25) and Jesus is our mediator (1 Timothy 2 V 5),(Hebrews 9 V 14-17….&12 V 24)The Strong’s concordance say’s hell is mentioned 54 times in the bible.I will Tally it up for My Father that’s hell 54 and Purgatory 0.This is exactly why Revelation 22 V 18,19 says not to add to or take from his word,he knew man would do just that.God’s Blessing Is Upon This Ministry!

  12. Mary E. says:

    Government setting up new missle defense systems in case North Korea follows up on their threats.
    Sorry if there are 2 posts for same subject,got an error message with first post.

  13. wyliefish says:

    Both his mother and father were Italian. That makes him 100% Roman.

  14. Janine says:

    Saint Francis Of Assisi And Islam: How The New Pope Could Bring Muslims And Christians Together – The Huffington Post

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  16. Barbara in VA says:

    Today my heart has been heavy on hearing of the “passing” of Jack Kinsella, a wonderful man of God. Here is a link (the only thing I’ve found so far) which is a tribute to someone who will be missed by so many.


  17. Joe says:

    Thank you B Ross, for your article , you know if you really look at that in the book of John even those old Jews said how can this man give us his body and blood to eat , even they did not believe this and that was 2,000 years ago I thought the people today where suppose to be smarter than the ones that lived 2,000 years ago looks like we are really dumbed down today, those Catholics actually believe they are turning that cracker and grape juice into his body and blood, they started an entire stupid religion on one verse of scripture , if you read the following verse Jesus explained what He said, I’m going to give my life on the cross , when you get saved you are partaking in His death, isn’t this typical they did not read the next verse , no wonder our Lord hated religion .

  18. Joe says:

    One other thought if Jesus where he today the pope would be right in front screaming crucify Him and all the cardinals,
    Isn’t a cardinal an un-clean bird.

  19. TJ says:

    We need to be careful about putting allot of importance on prophecies made outside the bible. I am speaking of the prophecy of the last pope. These things tend to get a lot of hype like the Mayan doomsday prophecy and the prophecies of Nostradamus. It seems alot of people are assuming this is the last pope based on that. I am not catholic but this prophecy seems to founded on a prophecy made by a man within the Catholic church and not scripturally based on Gods word. Scripture is clear that false prophets will run rampant in the last days. With false prophets you get false prophecies. I don’t know how many times I see well meaning believers flock to these prophecies. Please don’t be deceived. The Lord knows wether or not Pope Francis is the last pope or not or not. Sorry but I am not buying into this. We do need to pray for the man though. We also need to plead for mercy for ourselves before God. Whatever God sends upon us, we are not outside of it looking in, but smack in the middle of it. There were believers in the towers on 9/11 and they were not spared either, but God took them home. The church needs to be the first ones to turn and repent of our sins.
    I follow your blog closely John. I wish they were all as thorough as you in your reporting and your ministry. God Bless you.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      I am with you on this and try to be careful about this pope.
      The fact that he is a Jesuit is very important.

  20. Ryan Thomas says:

    Hi John and TJ.
    I’ve been thinking about this also.Here’s something to consider. This Pope thing, minte be more of a plan, than a prophecy. The new world order people are together with elements of the Vatican , Vatican bank, and probable influence who the Pope is, just like they influence other world leaders.
    They could be making it look like a prophecy, while satan is moving his plan right along.
    Watch and see , the way things are moving along so fast, we should be able to know soon.
    Love to all the Saints.

  21. Mary E. says:

    VERY well said…amen!

  22. Janine says:

    The Jesuit /Vatican connection. These Lucifer worshipers – Jesuits – agenda is to fulfill Bible Prophecy and to rebuild the Lords house so they can take control of the World. Now how ironic is this that Satan wants to do exactly what God has said He will do.
    “The Church of Rome says that she has a right to punish with the confiscation of their goods, or the penalty of death, those who differ in faith from the Pope.” Charles Chiniquy, Fifty Years in the Church of Rome, The Wickliffe Press, Protestant Truth Society, Wickliffe Avenue, 104 Hendon Lane, Finchley, London, N3., 1885, p. 376.

  23. Melinda Alexandre says:

    How come I can only read 12 comments instead of 22?

  24. Nancy says:

    Well said Joe….. I too was raised Catholic and attended Catholic school in Dover Delaware up to 8th grade. I was born again by God’s grace the year I turned 30. So many non-Catholics and Catholics, whether active and believing in what they teach or not, just don’t understand the massive hold it has on people unfortunate enough to allow their Catholic beliefs to set their thoughts in stone. I had 8 years of Catholic indoctrination in schooland, although I wasn’t in church aftwr that time, at the age of 21 when asked if I was saved by a blessed, lovely woman who I know was sent to me to begin the unraveling process, I answered her, “Yes, of course, I’m Catholic.”. the Holy Spirit has his work cut out for him, didn’t he. It happened for me 9 years later and that lady was still in my life but by that time I had been surrounded by 3 others who were also praying for me.

  25. Janine says:

    Yes, like Melinda. I can only see a few comments on the ipad and can’t make comments on the ipad either. It works fine on the iPhone in mobile format! Any ideas???

  26. Mary M says:

    Melinda, just click on the number of the comment and it will allow you to look at further comments

  27. Janine says:

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  29. Janine says:

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