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Michael Jackson Justice: A New Pope With Michael Jackson's Humbleness?

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Saturday, March 16, 2013

A New Pope With Michael Jackson's Humbleness?


Love and Humility a New Propaganda



"Good and upright is the Lord: therefore will he teach sinners in the way.  9. The meek will he guide in judgment: and the meek will he teach his way.  10. All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth unto such as keep his covenant and his testimonies."

I thought the above verse would be appropriate in light of some of the goings on here, and in the world as a reminder that it is not always the well dressed, or the prominent or revered in the world that are rewarded with God’s gifts , knowledge and understanding.

"Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven."

Not only did Jesus reiterate this time and again in the gospels but it was something Michael also said time and again in his interviews and some of those interviews have become almost sales pitches.  Unfortunately, those gems can be used with both good and bad intentions.

. . . and Jesus said ‘unless you humble yourself  like this child’, and he always surrounded himself  like – with CHILDREN and for us to think and to be like that . . .” – Michael Jackson, 1996 Deposition

So what is the purpose of humility?  Well, it is the polar opposite of what keeps God out of our hearts and that is arrogance.  The epitome of arrogance of course, being that one would entertain the thought that they could be God or replace God.

Being humble does not mean you should let others mislead you from the truth.  However you can stand your ground and still be a humble person, as Jesus did with both the Pharisees and with Pilate.



Two Can/Will Play at This Game


This calling sign of Christ is not lost on those who know the game of deception.  Quite a few people have come here commenting that the “Beast” is not going to want to be like Christ because he hates Christ, and other such arguments.

Well, that is exactly what he is going to do, and the things that are foretold in the Bible are falling into place now.  They  most certainly will use the “Humble” calling card.

Remember what George Bush Senior said when he took over the presidency from Ronald Reagan in 1989? 

"Some would say it's soft and insufficiently tough to care about these things. But where is it written that we must act as if we do not care, as if we are not moved? Well I am moved. I want a kinder, gentler nation.” – George H.W. Bush, 1988 Nominee acceptance speech

Of Course George Bush Sr. was also the first president to publically include in his speeches (twice) that they were bringing about a “new world order”.  Humble?  Not these people.

I did some digging on the new Pope and when you read this, keep this in mind – the “temple” will be completed this month.




"Our initial glimpse of the new pope was curiously disconcerting. He stood there impassive and unemotional. He looked stunned, without almost any reaction at all except, perhaps, awe or even fear of the moment.

Suddenly, his eyes seemed to open wide, as if he was really seeing the position for which he had been chosen less than an hour before. And then he spoke, not with the power of physical force or energy but with something stronger: humility." - Source, CNN.com

Remember, not everyone that says “Lord, Lord”  does the will of the Father:

"Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven."

Pope Francis is not only the first Pope elected from Latin America, he is also the first to be chosen from the "Society of Jesus" or . . . the Jesuits.  We know from previous study last year that the Jesuits were Jews who infiltrated the church and became the scholars or the teachers within most denominations including the Catholic Church.

"And the Lord said unto me, A conspiracy is found among the men of Judah, and among the inhabitants of Jerusalem."

This conspiracy continued through Christ’s time and continues today.  Most of our churches who you believe are Christian are involved in it whether they know it or not.

Another anomaly with this newly elected Pope is, AS a Jesuit, he takes the name of “Francis”.

"Yet this Jesuit takes the name Francis from the humble servant of medieval Assisi who began the Franciscan order 300 years before Ignatius." - Source, CNN.com

He is elected on "03/13/13".  Kind of an odd number for anyone who is watching this stuff.

Jesuits have founded the majority of colleges, universities and seminaries in which all Christian ministers, pastors and reverends are trained today, regardless of denomination.

We heard of what he is, but not what he isn't.  And what he isn't also sets some precedents.

"This man is 76 and not in his 60s. He has not worked full-time in the Vatican's headquarters, called the curia, raising immediate questions about how he will reform the institution's central administration." - Source, CNN.com

He doesn't look seventy-six but that is how old they say he is.  And according to the article there are some concerns about his experience in working in the curia and having little knowledge in the protocol of the central administration, which ironically was close to the same doubts people had of Obama's experience.  The difference between the two is that Obama was as inexperienced as he is arrogant.  We don't seem to have that issue with Pope Francis of Buenos Aires.

Here we are also seeing the word "change" being thrown around  by a press who is hyping an unknown in an understated fashion.

"Like Ignatius, he has a reputation for using his mind to solve a problem but his heart to make a decision. Like Francis of Assisi, he operates within the world of an ordained clergy while not being drowned in self-serving clerical rank and privilege.

So what Pope Francis seems to bring, at least at a first glance, is personal authenticity and credibility. Both are critical precursors to change. Many people want change, it is true, but any proposals that might or might not come won't mean a thing unless a new spirit of credibility and trust flows down the Tiber throughout the planet's oceans to the world's 1.2 billion Catholics." - Source, CNN.com

Toward the end of the article, we get a feeling that the press seems to want to promote a Pontiff who is cleaved to Jesus, thereby creating a "veil" between the past Pontiffs of power vs. New Pope of genuine authority.  It would very much be the “change” that many would hope would occur in the Catholic church.

"For too long, it seems that the curia has been about power, which is not the same thing as authentic authority. People respond with lasting love to authority but with only temporary fear to power. For too long, the people in the pews have felt distanced from their priests, bishops and the Vatican. That is not the gospel of love and service that Jesus preached." - Source, CNN.com

The irony in this is that any other time, the press and media express anywhere from distain to downright hostility should anyone else mention the name "Jesus Christ".

The new Pope is actually not Argentinean, he is in fact Italian, but has lived and worked in Argentina through most of his career.

Am I suspicious?  Well, the date they voted him in does not leave me with fluffy white cloud feelings.  I’m not superstitious but the people behind the conspiracy certainly are.

We are also watching several other things play out later this month, such as Obama’s “Peace award” visit to Israel, the completion of the “One World Trade Center” and of course the “Obamacare Mandate” on March 23.

As these things unfold, keep in mind the lessons being learned by the “Michael Jackson vs Estate/Sony vs Michael Jackson Family vs AEG vs Katherine Jackson, etc...

The battles between good and evil are usually people that are on the same side.   From the beginning of this part of their operation in May of 1776, they have set up the battles, they have hired the actors, they have raised and lowered the curtains.  They are pulling the strings while you are picking one side or the other.

I have some new information for you I think you will find interesting.

The new Pope will be the perfect Pontiff for “cleaning up” the Catholic church and bringing it’s “soul” back to Christ. 

This will need to be done if they are going to be convincing the world’s “Christians” that “the one” who comes is Christ.



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