Decision and Separation Time for the Clergy in Israel
Michael A Clark
Decision and Separation Time for the Clergy in
Will it be the Mystery Roman Church or the Protestant Reformed Church
of the Continuing
“Papal gambit stuns Church” was the front page main headline of The Times,
It appears that as many as 1,000 priests could quit the Church of England and thousands more may leave churches in
The Times Q & A column read:
“What has happened? Pope Benedict XVI has approved an apostolic constitution, or decree, under which traditionalist Anglicans dismayed by women priests and bishops will be given “personal ordinariates”. These will allow Anglicans to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church while preserving elements of their Anglican identity.
“What does it mean? It is a severe blow to hopes for a negotiated Anglican-Roman Catholic unity settlement and a setback to Dr Williams attempts to maintain the unity of the Anglican Communion. The Archbishop did not see this coming, in spite of well-publicised pleas to
There is bewilderment among Anglicans as they struggle to make sense of
“I do not share the Archbishop of
Another very telling letter came from Ian D’Alton of Naas, Co Kildare:
“I have a few questions of those planning to move across to the Roman Catholic Church in a sort of faux-Anglican caravan. Are they happy to accept the doctrine of transubstantiation, the conversion of the wine and bread into the actual blood and flesh of Christ? Do they now believe the unbiblical and unhistorical Roman Catholic dogma of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven? Are they prepared to relinquish, ultimately, all say in the selection of their pastors and accept domination of the
The Reformed Established Church of England is an integral part of the literal
Significantly, there will be a constitutional conflict if the Pope, at the Queen’s invitation, sets foot on English soil in September 2010, in the first ever state visit of a Pope to
All the notable Reformers believed in the Historicist interpretation of the Book of the Revelation. Whereas, through three Jesuits, Francisco Ribera (1537-1591), a priest of Salamanca, Spain; Cardinal Bellarmine (1542-1621), a nephew of Pope Marcellus II and Luis de Alcazar (1554-1613), Rome put forth her distorted Futurist interpretation of the Apocalypse and Daniel’s 70th week. It was a deceptive strategy designed to take the heat off the Pope as the antichristos. In absurdity they declared that ‘God’s clock stopped.’ They relegated everything after Revelation chapter 4 – at least 1,600 years of continuous unfolding history prophetic vision by Jesus Christ – from AD 410 to 2010 and beyond.
Of even greater evil deception, the three pronged Jesuit strategy concealed the full prophetic significance of the Reformation in Europe, this being the glorious release from spiritual bondage of the Israel people on the European Continent and the nation-state resurrection in the Appointed British Isles to where the Davidic Throne of Lord had been transferred.
The pre-emptive strike of Pope Benedict XVI to recapture defecting clergy from the Church of England is a bid to bring the Israel ‘sheep’ of the United Kingdom back into the Roman fold, bolstered by the all-embracing constitutional Treaty of Lisbon of the European Union. In view of the Pope’s forthcoming state visit to Great Britain, one now becomes fully alert to the warning of Jesus Christ in the Gospel of Matthew, where we read: “When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place [or in place where it should not] …” (Matthew 24:15) then in effect, look out, for judgment will soon come.
It was on October 31, 1517, that Dr Martin Luther launched the Protestant Reformation with his bold stand at the
In conclusion, it should not be overlooked that this spiritual clash occurs simultaneously with the political drive to be in bondage to the EU. It does seem highly symbolic that the final constitutional and renamed treaty of the European Union should have become the Treaty of
MICHAEL A. CLARK
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