The Lord Jesus Christ is personally All Holy; yet, as the substitute for the believer's sin, He rendered Himself legally responsible to the wrath of God. The consequence of Christ's faithfulness in all that He did, culminating in His death on the cross, is that His righteousness is credited to the believer. It was God who legally constituted Christ to be "sin for us." He was "made sin" because the sins of His people were transferred to Him, and in like manner, the believer is made "the righteousness of God in Him" by God crediting to the believer Christ's faithfulness to the precepts of the law. Quite clearly, therefore, justification is a judicial and gracious act of God whereby a believing sinner has legal right standing in Christ. Without this perfect righteousness of Christ Jesus being credited to you, you remain spiritually "dead in trespasses and sins" (Ephesians 2:1). This Gospel of Christ Jesus is explained in most of our articles and presentations.
Cardinal Bergoglio, in order to build a public image for himself, once elected, chose the name Pope Francis in honor of St Francis of Assisi. St Francis was known to be a softhearted lover of nature; thus, Pope Francis adroitly implied that he would be similarly unassuming, kind, and harmless. On the other hand, from his first speech and subsequent presentations, he has shown himself as a totalitarian Jesuit. Thus, as the media and many ecumenical Evangelicals fawn over Pope Francis, it is necessary to biblically analyze his speeches and performances. The mind-boggling conclusions are documented in this our article on Pope Francis.
Trusting in the truth and grace of our glorious Lord,
The serious question that is proposed in this video requires an answer. Many people across the world are convinced that Pope Francis is a resolute reformer. However, when you carefully analyze Francis’ modus operandi, his purpose of portraying himself as a reformer is revealed. On the other hand, in Francis’ first encyclical letter, the diehard Vatican traditionalist is made known. This video not only answers the critical question: but it reveals the reasons in context why Francis is such. Please make its URL http://youtu.be/Fp-TqP-MSgs known to your fellow church members and your family and friends.
Bob Holmes is quite different from most people whom Richard Bennett interviews. In his written testimony Bob says, “Being a carnal Catholic is having the best of both worlds, or so I thought. However, my carnality and my religion were both taking me to hell. To me, the Catholic Church was to be feared and respected. I grew up in an Irish Catholic family; my father was aNew York City cop with an attitude. I was number three in the family. I went to Catholic Church until I was fifteen years old, when I started drinking.” Now, please listen, as Bob reveals the rest of his story in this fascinating and intriguing MP3. Thank you
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The Carnal Catholic