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Jesuit Pope The three angels of Revelation 14 represent the people who accept the light of God's messages and go forth as His agents to sound the warning throughout the length and breadth of the earth. Christ declares to His followers: "Ye are the light of the world." To every soul that accepts Jesus the cross of Calvary speaks: "Behold the worth of the soul: 'Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. {5T 455.2} Thus the message of the third angel will be proclaimed. As the time comes for it to be given with greatest power, the Lord will work through humble instruments, leading the minds of those who consecrate themselves to his service. The laborers will be qualified rather by the unction of his Spirit than by the training of literary institutions. Men of faith and prayer will be constrained to go forth with holy zeal, declaring the words which God gives them. The sins of Babylon will be laid open. The fearful results of enforcing the observances of the church by civil authority, the inroads of Spiritualism, the stealthy but rapid progress of the papal power,--all will be unmasked.

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<p>Keeping stores open on Sunday is not beneficial for society: Pope Francis</p> <p> The Jesuits in History </p> <p>In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. Jesuit other info\95-thesis.pdfJesuit </p> <p>In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. </p> <p>94. Christians should be exhorted to be diligent in following Christ, their Head, through penalties, death and hell. And thus be confident of entering into heaven through many tribulations rather than through the false security of peace. Acts14:22</p> <p>In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. </p> <p>94. Christians should be exhorted to be diligent in following Christ, their Head, through penalties, death and hell. And thus be confident of entering into heaven through many tribulations rather than through the false security of peace. Acts14:22</p> <p>48. Christians are to be taught that the pope, in granting indulgences, needs and thus desires their devout prayer more than their money.</p> <p>In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. </p> <p>94. Christians should be exhorted to be diligent in following Christ, their Head, through penalties, death and hell. And thus be confident of entering into heaven through many tribulations rather than through the false security of peace. Acts14:22</p> <p>48. Christians are to be taught that the pope, in granting indulgences,needs and thus desires their devout prayer more than their money.</p> <p>54. Injury is done to the Word of God when, in the same sermon, an equal or larger amount of time is devoted to indulgences than to the Word.In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. 95-thesis.pdf Jesuits or Society of Jesus 6.docx </p> <p>94. Christians should be exhorted to be diligent in following Christ, their Head, through penalties, death and hell. And thus be confident of entering into heaven through many tribulations rather than through the false security of peace. Acts14:22</p> <p>48. Christians are to be taught that the pope, in granting indulgences,needs and thus desires their devout prayer more than their money.</p> <p>54. Injury is done to the Word of God when, in the same sermon, an equal or larger amount of time is devoted to indulgences than to the Word.86. Again, Why does not the pope, whose wealth is today greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus, build this one basilica of St. Peter with his own money rather than with the money of poor believers?In 1517, on October 31 (now Halloween Day), a brave German monk Martin Luther posted on the door of the castle church of Wittenberg ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences. </p> <p>94. Christians should be exhorted to be diligent in following Christ, their Head, through penalties, death and hell. And thus be confident of entering into heaven through many tribulations rather than through the false security of peace. Acts14:22</p> <p>48. Christians are to be taught that the pope, in granting indulgences,needs and thus desires their devout prayer more than their money.</p> <p>54. Injury is done to the Word of God when, in the same sermon, an equal or larger amount of time is devoted to indulgences than to the Word.86. Again, Why does not the pope, whose wealth is today greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus, build this one basilica of St. Peter with his own money rather than with the money of poor believers?45. Christians are to be taught that he who sees a needy man and passes him by, yet gives his money for indulgences, does not buy papal indulgences but God's wrath. </p> <p>Many devoted Romanists, who had seen and lamented the terrible iniquity prevailing in the church, but had not known how to arrest its progress, read the propositions with great joy, recognizing in them the voice of God. They felt that the Lord had graciously set his hand to arrest the rapidly swelling tide of corruption that was issuing from the see of Rome. Princes and magistrates secretly rejoiced that a check was to be put upon the arrogant power which denied the right of appeal from its decisions. {GC88 130.1}</p> <p>Many devoted Romanists, who had seen and lamented the terrible iniquity prevailing in the church, but had not known how to arrest its progress, read the propositions with great joy, recognizing in them the voice of God. They felt that the Lord had graciously set his hand to arrest the rapidly swelling tide of corruption that was issuing from the see of Rome. Princes and magistrates secretly rejoiced that a check was to be put upon the arrogant power which denied the right of appeal from its decisions. {GC88 130.1}</p> <p>But the sin-loving and superstitious multitudes were terrified as the sophistries that had soothed their fears were swept away. Crafty ecclesiastics, interrupted in their work of sanctioning crime, and seeing their gains endangered, were enraged, and rallied to uphold their pretensions. The reformer had bitter accusers to meet. Some charged him with acting hastily and from impulse. Others accused him of presumption, declaring that he was not directed of God, but was acting from pride and forwardness.{GC88 130.2} Luther declared: "What I am doing will not be effected by the prudence of man, but by the counsel of God. If the work be of God, who shall stop it? If it be not, who shall forward it? Not my will, not theirs, not ours, but thy will, holy Father who art in Heaven!" {GC88 131.1}</p> <p> Luther declared: "What I am doing will not be effected by the prudence of man, but by the counsel of God. If the work be of God, who shall stop it? If it be not, who shall forward it? Not my will, not theirs, not ours, but thy will, holy Father who art in Heaven!" {GC88 131.1}</p> <p>Before the Diet at Worms Luther said "Since your most serene majesty and your high mightinesses require from me a clear, simple, and precise answer, I will give you one, and it is this: I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Ibid., b. 7, ch. 8. {GC 160.2} Luther declared: "What I am doing will not be effected by the prudence of man, but by the counsel of God. If the work be of God, who shall stop it? If it be not, who shall forward it? Not my will, not theirs, not ours, but thy will, holy Father who art in Heaven!" {GC88 131.1}</p> <p>Before the Diet at Worms Luther said "Since your most serene majesty and your high mightinesses require from me a clear, simple, and precise answer, I will give you one, and it is this: I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the word of God, I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen. Ibid., b. 7, ch. 8. {GC 160.2} </p> <p> Throughout Christendom, Protestantism was menaced by formidable foes. THE FIRST TRIUMPHS OF THE REFORMATION PAST, ROME SUMMONED NEW FORCES, HOPING TO ACCOMPLISH ITS DESTRUCTION AT THIS TIME, THE ORDER OF THE JESUITS WAS CREATED. {GC88 234.2}</p> <p>The Jesuits or Society of Jesus A monastic order of the Roman Catholic Church, founded (1536) in Paris by Ignatius of Loyola. Originally, the special function of the order was to Care for the sick and to fortify the position of the Pope within the [Roman Catholic] Church. The latter function soon became the principal one of the order and thus it is not Surprising that the order was approved by Pope Paul III as early as 1540, the first Generalship being vested in the founder.</p> <p> World Scope Encyclopedia (1955)</p> <p>The founder of the Jesuits was a Spaniard, Ignatius Loyola, whom the Catholic Church has canonized and made Saint Ignatius. He was a soldier in the war which King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain were waging to drive the Mohammedans out of Spain, about the time that Columbus discovered America ,1492.</p> <p>The founder of the Jesuits was a Spaniard, Ignatius Loyola, whom the Catholic Church has canonized and made Saint Ignatius. He was a soldier in the war which King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain were waging to drive the Mohammedans out of Spain, about the time that Columbus discovered America ,1492.By the time Ignatius died in 1566his order had increased from 60 to more than 1000 members. The members had to vow not only chastity, poverty, and obedience to authoritybut, especially, compliance with the commands of the Pope in going to any country and under any conditions to convert heretics and infidels.World Scope Encyclopedia (1955)They recognized only the superiority of [the Jesuit Superior General] and the Pope. This gave them great worldly power. World Scope Encyclopedia (1955) Jesuit other info\Jesuits or Society of Jesus.docx</p> <p>They recognized only the superiority of [the Jesuit Superior General] and the Pope. This gave them great worldly power. World Scope Encyclopedia (1955) Jesuits or Society of Jesus.docx </p> <p>I cannot too much impress upon the minds of my readers that the Jesuits by their very calling, by the very essence of their institution, are bound to seek, by every means, right or wrong, the destruction of Protestantism. This is the condition of their existence, the duty they must fulfil, or cease to be Jesuits.They recognized only the superiority of [the Jesuit Superior General] and the Pope. This gave them great worldly power. World Scope Encyclopedia (1955) Jesuits or Society of Jesus.docx </p> <p>I cannot too much impress upon the minds of my readers that the Jesuits by their very calling, by the very essence of their institution, are bound to seek, by every means, right or wrong, the destruction of Protestantism. This is the condition of their existence, the duty they must fulfil, or cease to be Jesuits.Accordingly, we find them in this evil dilemma. Either the Jesuits fulfil the duties of their calling, or not. In the first instance, they must be considered as the biggest enemies of the Protestant faith; in the second, as bad and unworthy priests; and in both cases, therefore, to be equally regarded with aversion and distrust.</p> <p>G.B. Nicolini, History of the Jesuits: Their Origin, Progress,Doctrine, and Design (London: Henry G. Bohn, 1854): v. The Jesuits or Society of Jesus</p> <p> Throughout Christendom, Protestantism was menaced by formidable foes. The first triumphs of the Reformation past, Rome summoned new forces, hoping to accomplish its destruction. {GC88 234.2}</p> <p>Jesuits or Society of Jesus 8.docx Jesuits or Society of Jesus 9.docx The Inquisition in Holland.docxTHE MOST CRUEL, UNSCRUPULOUS, AND POWERFUL OF ALL THE CHAMPIONS OF POPERY. CUT OFF FROM EVERY EARTHLY TIE AND HUMAN INTEREST, DEAD TO THE CLAIMS OF NATURAL AFFECTION, REASON AND CONSCIENCE WHOLLY SILENCED, THEY KNEW NO RULE, NO TIE, BUT THAT OF THEIR ORDER, AND NO DUTY BUT TO EXTEND ITS POWER.</p> <p> {GC88 234.2 Jesuit other info\Jesuits or Society of Jesus 8.docx Jesuit other info\Jesuits or Society of Jesus 9.docx</p> <p> THERE WAS NO CRIME TOO GREAT FOR THEM TO COMMIT, NO DECEPTION TOO BASE FOR THEM TO PRACTICE, NO DISGUISE TOO DIFFICULT FOR THEM TO ASSUME. VOWED TO PERPETUAL POVERTY AND HUMILITY, IT WAS THEIR STUDIED AIM TO SECURE WEALTH AND POWER, TO BE DEVOTED TO THE OVERTHROW OF PROTESTANTISM, AND THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THE PAPAL SUPREMACY. {GC88 234.2}</p> <p> When appearing as members of their order, they wore a garb of sanctity, visiting prisons and hospitals, ministering to the sick and the poor, professing to have renounced the world, and bearing the sacred name of Jesus, who went about doing good. But under this blameless exterior the most criminal and deadly purposes were concealed...</p> <p>{GC88 234.3}IT WAS A FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE OF THE ORDER THAT THE END JUSTIFIES THE MEANS. BY THIS CODE, LYING, THEFT, PERJURY, ASSASSINATION, WERE NOT ONLY PARDONABLE BUT COMMENDABLE, WHEN THEY SERVED THE INTERESTS OF THE CHURCH. UNDER VARIOUS DISGUISES THE JESUITS WORKED THEIR WAY INTO OFFICES OF STATE, CLIMBING UP TO BE THE COUNSELORS OF KINGS, AND SHAPING THE POLICY OF NATIONS. THEY BECAME SERVANTS, TO ACT AS SPIES UPON THEIR MASTERS. THEY ESTABLISHED COLLEGES FOR THE SONS OF PRINCES AND NOBLES, AND SCHOOLS FOR THE COMMON PEOPLE; AND THE CHILDREN OF PROTESTANT PARENTS WERE DRAWN INTO AN OBSERVANCE OF POPISH RITES.</p> <p>{GC88 234} To give them greater power, a bull was issued re-establishing the inquisition. Notwithstanding the general abhorrence with which it was regarded, even in Catholic countries, this terrible tribunal was again set up by popish rulers, and atrocities too terrible to bear the light of day were repeated in its secret dungeons. In many countries, thousands upon thousands of the...</p>