Thursday, September 21, 2006

Our Lady to Josyp Terelya

Definite signs are emerging as a "New Order" gains momentum. Those who refuse to accept this "New Order" with its "New Savior" or "World Teacher" (or Mahdi or Maitreya or whatever other name he decides to go by) will be seen as obsolete, hateful and hopelessly backward. And will be dealt with in no uncertain terms:

It will be as the great Romano Guardini prophesied in his timeless classic The Lord:

"One day the Antichrist will come: a human being who introduces an order of things in which rebellion against God will attain its ultimate power. He will be filled with enlightenment and strength. The ultimate aim of all aims will be to prove that existence without Christ is possible - nay rather, that Christ is the enemy of existence, which can be fully realized only when all Christian values have been destroyed. His arguments will be so impressive, supported by means of such tremendous power - violent and diplomatic, material and intellectual - that to reject them will result in almost insurmountable scandal, and everyone whose eyes are not opened by grace will be lost. Then it will be clear what the Christian essence really is: that which stems not from the world, but from the heart of God; victory of grace over the world; redemption of the world, for her true essence is not to be found in herself, but in God, from whom she has received it. When God becomes all in all, the world will finally burst into flower." (The Lord, p. 513).


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The signs of decay and spiritual darkness are engulfing the Manchester diocese. The accusations against Fr. Lawani are not helping a diocese already reeling from numerous sexual abuse scandals and dissent-laden parishes and CCD programs.

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