DOES GOD NOW BLESS SIN?CHRISTIANS REACT AS POPE FRANCIS MAKES TRAGIC U-TURN SUPPORT FOR GAY MARRIAGE

DOES GOD NOW BLESS SIN?CHRISTIANS REACT AS POPE FRANCIS MAKES TRAGIC U-TURN SUPPORT FOR GAY MARRIAGE

Millions of Christians all over the world continue to express their displeasure at the recent remarks of Pope Francis, to support pronouncing altar blessings to LGBT partnerships.

The Catholic head, who made the pronouncement, on October 2nd, in response to an inquiry addressed to the Vatican, had implicitly instructed priests not to “judge, deny, reject, or exclude” gays — thus directly violating the commandments of the early Pope, Apostle Paul, who clearly instructed the church to judge and drive out members found guilty of “immorality” in 1st Corinthians 6:9-13.

Francis, 86, called on priests to perceive all members as “sinners not to be blamed for their sins,” thus granting impetus to sexual perverts and violating Apostle Paul’s declaration for “all who call upon the name of the LORD to depart from iniquity.” (2 Timothy 2:19)

The pronouncement by Pope Francis stands as a stark deviation from his declaration against LGBT marriage blessings in 2021 where he clearly stated that “God cannot bless sin.” Many Christians observe the deviation as a clear case of abandoning the immutable tenets of the Bible to pander to the passionate desires of petulant perverts.

The Catholic Church has suffered huge youth member losses since the LGBTQ controversy became mainstream in 2000. On the one hand, there are petulant perverts seeking institutional validation for their atrocities. Young fervent conservative Christians who find changes to the church doctrine increasingly carnal and non-bible inspired, form the other half of exiteers. That the Church jettisons the eternal Biblical tenets on morality and marriage to appease perverts, further shows Pope Francis as incapable of following in the footsteps of Jesus who remained unfazed despite losing thousands of followers after speaking the true word of God (John 6:1-71).

Over a year ago, Fr. William Eijk of Utrecht, had warned of the dangers of devaluing blessings and undermining the Church’s teaching on the morality of marriage and sexual ethics, should gay blessings be legalized by the Pope.

This is not the first time Pope Francis sparked global controversy within Christendom. Last year the head of the Papal caliphate had called for a revision of the Bible to suit modern trends, in stark defiance of the book of Revelations 22:18-19 which warns against adding or removing portions of the word of God. Now it begs to wonder how an unchangeable God may have changed the decision not to bless sinners in less than 48 months.

Pope Francis’s decision to bless gays is a violation of Leviticus 20:13; Leviticus 18:22; Romans 1:26-32; and 1st Corinthians 6:9-11 passages of the bible. Christians must speak up against this apostasy.

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