Pope to Push Climate Change issue during 2015 – A PRECURSOR TO THE MARK OF THE BEAST?

Posted: January 15, 2015 in Uncategorized

Pope to Push Climate Change issue during 2015 – A PRECURSOR TO THE MARK OF THE BEAST?

“Pope Francis has declared it his mission to take on climate change Pope Climate Changein 2015 … and a rare call-to-arms for the world’s Catholics … the Pope wants to have a direct influence on the vital 2015 UN climate conference in Paris … The idea is to convene a meeting with leaders of the main religions to make all people aware of the state of our climate … Francis has previously spelled his desire to appear at the UN general assembly in New York next year … The anticipation around Pope Francis’s forthcoming encyclical is unprecedented. We have seen thousands of our supporters commit to making sure their MPs know climate change is affecting the poorest communities.” (source)

So what has a push for the climate change issue got to do with the mark of the beast? Well, we know the mark of the beast will be the enforced Sunday law. So think about it. What a great way to ‘help the global climate’ if the world ‘shuts down’ every single Sunday, every week!

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Remember, also during 2015 the Pope has been invited to address the US Congress, plus he will be visiting the world meeting of families in Philadelphia to push his and the Vatican’s agenda.

Friends, THE SUNDAY LAW is coming, and this ‘climate change’ issue is just a ploy to entice the nations into accepting the Sunday law – for the ‘better of society’. Sound’s good, but it is Satan’s deception!


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