POPE QUITS

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Why is the German-born pope resigning? Perhaps I had something to do with it? We gave the pope our German version of the book "Truth and Illusion the Last Reformation."

The book (Truth & Illusion the Last Reformation) opens our mind to details regarding God and His subordinate angel Satan. We explain the Creator's absolute and over all of His creation sovereignty; hence also over all of His angels who, as it has been supposed for much too long, rebelled, fell, produced giants after they cohabited with women on earth. Yet, angels are winds, flames (Seraphim) and spirits and we shall be like them after resurrection (hear more) (Psalms 104:4 & Hebrews 1:7)

* Two scripture verses annul our sensational speculations regarding the supposedly fallen angels that corrupted mankind. 

Heaven contains no measured territory so there is nothing to conquer or fight over. God is the Perfect Love that casts out all fear. That PERFECT LOVE "rules" over or rather permeates God's angels. Love never rules. Angels have no free will because they do not possess bodies like humans do; they don't reason nor teach, they are conduits (MALACHEEM) God's messengers. Period. Angels make no decisions. In order for an angel to decide and choose, an angel would have to have human body, be he or she, and physically reside on the planet earth in time, space and locale. Only a physical being can decide to go north, south, west or east. Hence, only to us the power to rule and subdue (Gen. 1:28) was given, but it is us who mismanaged that power - to put it mildly. Therefore angels are completely subordinate to God and God's will is theirs.

Jesus had relinquished the human will of the Son of Man (Hebrew: Ben Adam, human bing) for He said, 

[John 10:17-18] For this reason the Father loves Me, (1) because I lay down My life so that I may take it again. (2) No one has taken it away from Me, but I lay it down on My own initiative. I have authority to lay it down, and I have authority to take it up again. (3) This commandment I received from My Father. 

Let's dissect these two verses now: (1) unlike John 5:19; 30 here Jesus lays down His life (2) of His own accord. So no one can take His life and no one can kill Him because in the laying down of one's own will one receive power. So, unlike angels who cannot die and much less lay down their "own" lives only Ben Adam can use the free will. (3) Jesus received a commandment and makes the CHOICE to either obey or disobey, fulfill or ignore the commandment; that's purely up to the human being. Angels do not have this kind of prerogative. In Gethsemane Jesus struggled between these two forces, but when He completely surrendered His (Ben Adam) will to the Father's will He had the resurrection power; hence (2) no one was able to kill Him. 

It is most pleasing to God when a human being uses the free will agency by surrendering it to the Father's perfect will, His perfect peace and His perfect love.       

In heaven there is no time nor darkness. So how can one plan ahead and hide anything in the realm of the perfect light? God is all-knowing and all-seeing, He is omnipotent, having no competition of any kind as it is in dualism - God vs. Satan. 

We do not disbelieve in the existence of Satan we only intelligently explain his role as God's prosecutor (faultfinder) nowhere else but in God's own court of law. Only when it comes to God's direct dealings with the earth and with physical human beings then contrasts begin to play a role because of territory, time, and darkness. 

Since we ate of the Tree of Knowledge of contrasts it's been only given to man to handle this knowledge (of good and evil), but not to angels. 

The pure Holy Spirit intelligence explains it all replacing unintelligent human vain imaginations.

If there were wars in heaven or there will be even more wars in the future then what sort of a heaven are we planning to inherit? Or in what sort of a god do we believe, unstable, warlike, vengeful or omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent? If heaven succumbs to wars and any attempts to overthrow a government, as it is the case down below (Read Romans 13:1); then what guarantee do we have that in the future, after we make it to heaven the perfect peace will truly rule for eternity? - None. Therefore, what kind of faith do you have and in what kind of a god do you believe? 


*[Matthew 22:29-30] But Jesus answered and said to them, "You are mistaken, not understanding the Scriptures nor the power of God. For in the resurrection they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels in heaven."


By By Alessandro Speciale | Religion News Service, Published: November 29

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican on Thursday (Nov. 29) blasted the press for focusing too narrowly on whether animals were present when Jesus was born, saying media coverage of Pope Benedict XVI’s new book on Jesus’ childhood missed the book’s key message.

Writing on the front page of L’Osservatore Romano, the Vatican’s semiofficial newspaper, Spanish theologian Jose Maria Gil Tamayo labeled the “media confusion” as another “symptom” of the “widespread and silent marginalization of God” in contemporary society.

Benedict’s third book on the life of Jesus, “Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives,” hit bookstores worldwide on Nov. 21 with an initial print run of 1 million copies in nine languages.

While the pontiff’s book is a scholarly analysis of the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ childhood and of their spiritual meaning, media coverage mostly focused on some passages in which Benedict seems to challenge cherished Christmas traditions.

In the book, the pontiff recalls that in the Gospels there is “no reference” to animals in the Bethlehem stable where Jesus was born, but adds that “no representation of the crib is complete without the ox and the ass.”

Benedict also writes that the angels who announced Jesus’ birth to the shepherds probably didn’t actually sing, and that the three wise men could have been inspired by a “theological idea” rather than by a “historical event.”

Such “media confusion,” Tamayo writes, is a “sign of the secularization and spiritual desertification” of today’s world, an issue that Benedict singled out as the church’s “biggest challenge” in our time.

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// Ex-pope Benedict says God told him to resign during 'mystical experience.' Pope Francis's predecessor breaks silence to contradict explanation he gave to cardinals when he stepped down. Breaking his silence for the first time since he became the first pope to step down in 600 years, the 86-year-old reportedly said: "God told me to" when asked what had pushed him to retire to a secluded residence in the Vatican gardens. Benedict denied he had been visited by an apparition or had heard God's voice, but said he had undergone a "mystical experience" during which God had inspired in him an "absolute desire" to dedicate his life to prayer rather than push on as pope.//

About 40 days before Pope Benedict abdicated I had an experience. God's Spirit was with me and told me that Ratzinger is His child and that he had a real born-again experience. He also red the book TRUTH & ILLUSION THE LAST REFORMATION (in German) published by Forte Publications.

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