Laughing at false gods who are no more

Author: Paul F. Davis

Laughing at false gods who are no more (1Kings 18:27, Acts 19:26). Invite Paul ( to challenge the gods in your city & put dead religion out of business. / laughing at false gods who are no more & loving and uplifting the living God who opens heaven's door!…more


-false, false, gods, and laughing

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Paul If you liked and can handle that video, try and read (Mark 1:29-31), where Jesus healed Simon Peter's mother in law... which would tell us Peter, whom the Vatican claims was the first pope, was married...although Peter never let men bow before him in worship (Acts 10:25-26) as does today's the Bible says "Jesus is the only potentate" (1 Timothy 6:14-15). So although the first pope was married, the Vatican continues to refuse to allow their priests to marry - a doctrine of devils (1 Timothy 4:1-3) that has led to homosexuality and pedaphilia among the Catholic priesthood and brought great reproach on the church. Yet I suppose the Vatican is more interested in ensuring they maintain ownership of all their land and church buildings than to let men be free to marry. It's a sure way to avoid battles for ownership of property if the dying priests have no family to pass on an inheritance. Clever maneuverings of dead religion with economic motives, perverted ways and homosexual tendencies as evident historically in their sculptures and paintings. Yet there are also many wonderful depictions of Christ and His ministry therein. However as to the former, truly the writing is on the wall as the imagery and sculptures speak for themselves and provide an accurate assessment of the history of this religious monstrosity with blood on its hands for the martyrs and innocents they slew calling they who cried out against their pagan practices heretics. Yet the reformation and revival of the Spirit of Christ continues to lead an exodus out of dead religion. Eat the fish and spit out the bones, separating the precious from the vile (Jeremiah 15:19) when dealing with religion, which always incorporates a bit of Christ to give itself an appearance of legitmacy.

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