New EU resolution further singles out ‘settlements

11 Responses

  1. Rev Pete says:

    You John all I can say about the Pope spewing out blaspemous garbage is, Oy Vey.

  2. AT says:

    Thank you for the update! This along with the turmoil in the markets just signals the labor pains are intensifying. Even so come Lord Jesus come!

  3. Matt says:

    What Pope Francis stated is correct.

    John {8:42} Then Jesus said to them: “If God were your father, certainly you would love me. For I proceeded and came from God. For I did not come from myself, but he sent me.

    {5:9} Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.

    Everyone who truly selflessly loves his neighbor even if they do not believe in God can be saved. For the true love of neighbor is the love of God. A non-Christian believer is saved by Jesus, without realizing it. A non-believer is saved by the Son of God, despite not believing in God.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      There is a penalty for sin which only shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross.
      You are preaching another gospel which is not the saving gospel of Jesus Christ.
      You need to repent of this false understanding of God and His word.
      Here are good verse for you.
      John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
      Joh 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
      Joh 3:18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

      You must believe on the name of Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God for eternal life.
      If you would prayer for salvation, please email me at [email protected]

  4. Denise in MI says:

    I am so glad you are keeping us up to date on the Pope’s latest antics. It’s helped me dialogue with family a lot. (Keep praying that they believe in Christ alone for salvation.) I believe there will be a great divide in the RCC because of this man; not all the bishops & priests agree with him. So far, my family’s priests have said nothing, sadly.

    We’re seeing apostasy everywhere! Not just the obvious “name it & claim” it prosperity preachers, but also from those who have one foot in the Bible and one in New Age and/or socially progressive thinking. It’s all moving toward an all-inclusive, God-loves-you-no-matter-what-and-would-never-send-anyone-to-Hell kind of “church.”

    I almost sent this article to you yesterday. I’m glad I waited, as it is fitting with your post.

    Jan. 18,2016 article, “Modern Day ‘Pastors’ or False Teachers of the Last Days”
    Here are the highlights:

    1) A Presbyterian “minister” who doesn’t believe in God:

    “Shuck has gone even further, to the point where he denies the Incarnation; that Jesus is God manifest in the flesh, one of the most important doctrines in Christianity.”

    2)”Rev. Andrew Frater of Cairns Church in Scotland has openly been critical of Christians who have the audacity to believe the Bible when it talks about Jesus being virgin-born.”

    3) Then there is…”Jim Rigby who pastors St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas. Two days before Christmas, Rigby celebrated the holiday by saying, “I dont literally believe the cadaver of Jesus got up again, but I do believe the resurrection actually happened when the disciples began to see ‘Christ’ in each other, and in everyone else as well.”

    He went on to mock the importance of salvation by pooh-poohing the reality of Hell, which Jesus spoke about far more than He talked about Heaven.”

    4) A female Episcopalian, “Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, …(i)n her opening address to the Episcopal Churchs general convention recently, said what Paul said about individual accountability amounted to “heresy.”

    Schori denied the teaching “that we can be saved as individuals, that any of us alone can be in right relationship with God.” This “individualist focus,” she declared, “is a form of idolatry.””


    Lesson: Don’t believe in everything your priest, pastor, minister, etc tells you. Search the Scriptures to find the Truth.

  5. Denise in MI says:

    Forgot one:
    From Schori: “In a sermon in Venezuela, she said Paul did a sinful act by casting the demon out of a slave-girl.”
    She thought it was wrong for Paul to mess with someone’s “spiritual awareness.”
    For real!

  6. Dan.w says:

    Thank you brother John for reaching out to the catholics.They are perhaps the biggest religious denomination in America,and has a large presence worldwide.They need the true Jesus like we all did.I try to speak truth into their lives whenever I have the opportunity,giving them the Scriptures and not mans opinions.We love them dearly as others have loved us before we were saved.We have a burden for their eternal life and soul.Jesus paid it all at the Cross.All of our sins.Past.Present.Future.To be saved is why Christ came.He has left nothing undone for our salvation.His offer of eternal life must be received as it was given,as a free gift.We cannot earn God’s favor,but we can have it by taking Christ at His Word,and applying it to ourselves.When we ask Jesus one time to forgive and save us,He will. God bless you and all the other living saints out there,Dan.w

  7. Ron says:

    I wonder if the predicted “historic” snow storm about to hit Washington D.C. may have anything to do with the recent release of billions of dollars to the word’s # 1 sponsor of terrorism (Iran) bent on destroying Israel. Seems things there are already very bad.

    • jeri says:

      Yes it did. Every time BO gave into Iran bad weather happened in D.C. and Hawaii. Just do Google search Iran, US bad weather. You will get exact hits. Jeri

  8. John walker says:

    Remember when iran threatened to wipe israel off the map. as thou has done to israel comes to mind

  1. January 19, 2016

    […] “Israel’s Foreign Ministry is making last-ditch efforts to block a pending European Union (EU) resolution that emphasizes the distinction between Israel-proper and the territories it captured during the 1967 Six Day War, Haaretz revealed Friday. Adoption of the resolution could lead to new sanctions against Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria, senior officials in Jerusalem and European diplomats told the newspaper. The resolution is expected to be published on Monday, at the conclusion of the monthly meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council, comprising the foreign ministers of the 28 EU member states. It was initially expected to be relatively moderate, but the draft’s wording got increasingly harsh with regard to Israel during Thursday’s session at EU headquarters in Brussels, according to senior Israeli officials who spoke to Haaretz.” [READ MORE] […]