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“Lets Twist Again” – Pope Francis Speaks “Shadows And Dangers”

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The MSM is at it again, and several others are running with it, again.. The titles

: Pope sees ‘shadows and dangers’ amid Vatican attack fears (Huh?)

Pope Francis Tells Vatican Police Officers “Shadows And Dangers” Are Coming, Muslims Just Tried To Assassinate Him (huh?)

Pope sees ‘shadows and dangers’ amid Isis Vatican attack fears (huh?)

REALITY

From Vatican News: The Pope praises the service of the Public Security Inspectorate in the Vatican

The quote so distorted and twisted out of proportion it enough to cause terror itself. The OFFICIAL Vatican Statement being twisted completely for someones agenda,is this:

“We began a new year a short while ago, and we have many hopes and expectations. We also see on the horizon the shadows and dangers that trouble humanity. As Christians we are called upon not to lose heart or to be discouraged. Our hope rests upon an immovable rock: God’s love, revealed and given in Christ Jesus, our Lord” – Pope Francis

NEVER trust the media, ANY media, OUTSIDE of the Vatican. If you want truth, go to the SOURCE of all truth. Vatican News

St Francis De Sales, pray for us

Glory to God

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Our Holy Father

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Too often, we don’t “hunker down”, like the Apostles, and wait for the Holy Spirit to come, and we get blown around by the “secular wind” and respond with knee jerk reactions, leading others to do the same. Pray! Wait! Listen! Then IF the need arises, respond in kindness. Otherwise we get sucked into false notions and accusations and they rob us of the peace our Lord has given to us. Patience. If you feel “resentment” by the words of our Holy Father, look deeper into yourself first. If you find yourself hanging on every word Pope Francis says, simply looking for that one word, that one statement to crucify him with, remember the scribes and pharisees did that to our Lord. Harden not your hearts.

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January 20, 2015 · 11:15 pm

Pope Francis

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“Let us begin this journey together – a journey for the Roman Catholic Church.” Pope Francis

Pope Francis’ Motto: “lowly and yet chosen” (“miserando atque eligendo”)

¡Viva Cristo Rey! ¡Viva la Virgen de Guadalupe!

Moments after he stepped out to as us to pray for him, I see this on twitter: “Anyone else think Pope Francis looked like a Soviet ruler standing there. Regardless, I love him.”

I couldn’t help but respond back with the following: No Soviet leader but I did see the Vicar of Christ and all worldly leaders don’t add up to him

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio

Pope Francis, first Francis Pope, first Jesuit Pope and first from Latin America.

“REBUILD MY CHURCH!”

Thank you Lord.

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St. George, pray for us. May East and West come together in Christ through His love. Amen

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Love God First

“He answered: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and,’Love your neighbor as yourself.'” Luke 10:27

How do you LOVE what you can not see? Easy. You can see Him. God takes the ordinary things of this world and makes them holy. He works through material things to show Himself to the world and to bring people back to Himself. Not only that, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:27

So how do we love God first? First I have to suggest, get to know Him. Find out who He Is! He is not your buddy. Hes not a Republican, Democrat, Liberal, Conservative, Home Boy, Community Organizer etc. He is God, “I am who am”! Second, we reject, or place our wants last. We place His “Wants” first. Therefor our “Needs” become clearer. Does God want us to do what makes us happy? Or does God want us to do what makes Him happy? He wants us to do what makes Him happy first and by doing so, we become happy by living in freedom from sin. There is no greater happiness or peace! We become obedient to Him and not to self. We in time, walk away from the sins that blinded us into “Thinking” we were in the right for committing them or “Justifying” our sins for our own benefit. Sins then appear before they can be committed and thus the trap can not catch us and we learn to avoid them.

As for loving our neighbor? In Everything you do, do it for God. When you hug your children, act as if you are hugging God. When you speak to others, act as if you are speaking to God. When you are cooking a meal, act as if you are cooking for God. When you are driving to work, act as if every person driving along side of you is God. And when they “Get on your nerves”? KNOW this to be a test from God. Treat them with love and kindness ANYWAY. LOVE them anyway! Toss away the temptation to treat them, ALL of them in any unkind way.

““The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” Matthew 25:40

Don’t worship them! Worship God and the rest will fall into place. Know they are sinners just as we all are, but they have a soul created by God, in His image.

By doing this, it will build up strength to apply MORE to the love you have for God. Or, build the love you have for him. Just like exercise for the body takes time for results, so do spiritual exorcises and once you stop, it all goes back to where you were before. It builds the souls Fortitude: mental and emotional strength in facing difficulty, adversity, danger, or temptation courageously. Grow in humility by destroying all worthless pride.

Practice the beatitudes, then perfect them.

“The Beatitudes depict the countenance of Jesus Christ and portray His charity.” —Catechism of the Catholic Church, (CCC) 1717

The Beatitudes “are the paradoxical promises that sustain hope in the midst of tribulation.” —CCC, 1717

“The Beatitudes reveal the goal of human existence, the ultimate end of human acts.” —CCC, 1719

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Alleluia!

“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Matthew 28:6

Our Lords message today is, I LOVE YOU. The same message He has been trying to tell us all, forever.

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