a reply to: 2012newstart
Petrus Romanus the last pope in Malachi prophecies
In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit [i.e., as bishop].
Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be
destroyed, and the dreadful judge[a] will judge his people. The End.
So who is that judge that will judge his people? Jesus Christ? If that is true, then we literally live in the years of the antichrist. Because the
time frame is limited to the last pope Petrus Romanus, and pope Francis has only a limited number of years remaining due to his advanced age.
But if it is NOT Jesus Christ that judge? Because frankly we will never know when He comes. Do we have another person in prophecy that is destined to
judge God's people, i.e. he himself is sent by God (and is not the antichrist as some absurdly claim).
Yes there is. The manchild of Revelation 12. And the two witnesses of Revelation 11. And the 144,000 youths of Revelation 7. Without being prophet to
know which or in what combination all those will come, it is clear we enter a completely new phase of prophecy. Something that also contemporary
prophets talk, such as Fatima era of peace, or the countless prophecies of a Great monarch and a Holy pope that will precede shortly the arrival of
I am open for both possibilities. What I do not accept is, how people mired in their day to day business and profit, forget the most important why
they are here on this planet. And even more, start lecturing others how they are the ones who are wrong, how the world is as it is from time
immemorial, because it is as it is, and that Not Even God can change that. They are simply Wrong. God acted in history many times with younger people.
All those Biblical figures, except for Moses, started their prophetic career pretty young.
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