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The Pope Resigns. End of Month

 
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Many have been looking for this

The last Pope is coming in
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Rome (CNN) - Pope Benedict will resign on February 28, his spokesman Father Federico Lombardi told CNN Mon
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Very interesting! I also find the timing of Obama's visit to Israel on March 20, the week before Passover, very telling. Didn't Jesus ride into Jerusalem on a donkey the week before Passover (known as Palm Sunday)? Obama's "donkey" is the Democratic party and he sees himself as a messiah figure so who knows what he will try to pull off in Israel that week to set himself up as the anti-christ...with the new pope/false prophet/Peter Romanus help, of course!
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Look up, look for our BLESSED HOPE, the LORD JESUS CHRIST>
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Definitely interesting news to wake up to this morning!
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Definitely interesting news to wake up to this morning!
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The city on the 7 hills
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Look up, look for our BLESSED HOPE, the LORD JESUS CHRIST>
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A City on Seven Hills

A woman rides the beast, and that woman is a city built on seven hills that reigns over the kings of the earth! Was ever in all of history such a statement made? John immediately equates the readers' acceptance of this revelation with "wisdom." We dare not pass over such a disclosure casually. It merits our careful and prayerful attention.

Here is no mystical or allegorical language but an unambiguous statement in plain words: "The woman ... is that great city." There is no justification for seeking some other hidden meaning. Yet books have been written and sermons preached insisting that "Mystery Babylon" is the United States. That is clearly not the case, for the United States is a country, not a city. One might justifiably refer to the United States as Sodom, considering the honor now given to homosexuals, but it is definitely not the Babylon that John sees in this vision. The woman is a city.

Furthermore, she is a city built on seven hills. That specification eliminates ancient Babylon. Only one city has for more than 2000 years been known as the city on seven hills. That city is Rome. The Catholic Encyclopedia states: "It is within the city of Rome, called the city of seven hills, that the entire area of Vatican State proper is now confined."1

There are, of course, other cities, such as Rio de Janeiro, that were also built on seven hills. Therefore, John provides at least seven more characteristics to limit the identification to Rome alone. We will examine each one in detail in subsequent chapters. However, as a preview of where we are going, we will list them now and discuss each one briefly. As we shall see, there is only one city on the earth which, in both historical and contemporary perspectives, passes every test John gives, including its identification as Mystery Babylon. That city is Rome, and more specifically, Vatican City.

Even Catholic apologist Karl Keating admits that Rome has long been known as Babylon. Keating claims that Peter's statement "The church here in Babylon ... sends you her greeting" (from I Peter 5:13) proves that Peter was writing from Rome. He explains further:

"Babylon is a code word for Rome. It is used that way six times in the last book of the Bible [four of the six are in chapters 17 and 18 and in extrabiblical works such as Sibylling Oracles (5, 159f.), the Apocalypse of Baruch (ii, 1), and 4 Esdras (3:1).
Eusebius Pamphilius, writing about 303, noted that "it is said that Peter's first epistle... was composed at Rome itself; and that he himself indicates this, referring to the city figuratively as Babylon."2
As for "Mystery," that name imprinted on the woman's forehead is the perfect designation for Vatican City. Mystery is at the very heart of Roman Catholicism, from the words "Mysterium fide" pronounced at the alleged transformation of the bread and wine into the literal body and blood of Christ to the enigmatic apparitions of Mary around the world. Every sacrament, from baptism to extreme unction, manifests the mysterious power which the faithful must believe the priests wield, but for which there is no visible evidence. Rome's new Catechism explains that liturgy "aims to initiate souls into the mystery of Christ (It is 'mystagogy.')" and that all of the Church's liturgy is "mystery."3
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I read Tom Horn's book concerning the last Pope and I find this mornings announcement to be intriguing. I'm going to read the book again and would encourage "others" to give some consideration to the fact that we may be witnessing some Biblical prophecy unfolding in front of us.
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I read Tom Horn's book concerning the last Pope and I find this mornings announcement to be intriguing. I'm going to read the book again and would encourage "others" to give some consideration to the fact that we may be witnessing some Biblical prophecy unfolding in front of us.
Put your faith in what the Lord Jesus did on the cross, for each and every one of else, that through him with may have eternal life!
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Tom Horn also wrote Apollyon Rising.
Good stuff !
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I'm going to read the book again and would encourage "others" to give some consideration to the fact that we may be witnessing some Biblical prophecy unfolding in front of us.

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Or, that is what TPTB will pretend is happening

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Timing and ending events are a hard fit


It seems most of what I am watching is happening
at the same time


Syria events are key
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I read Tom Horn's book concerning the last Pope and I find this mornings announcement to be intriguing. I'm going to read the book again and would encourage "others" to give some consideration to the fact that we may be witnessing some Biblical prophecy unfolding in front of us.
Put your faith in what the Lord Jesus did on the cross, for each and every one of else, that through him with may have eternal life!
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I am going to check it out
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