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Religious Liberty Condemned as Heresy During Thyatira Stage

FRIDAY MORNING MANNA

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER SEVEN – Part 16

Religious Liberty Condemned as Heresy During Thyatira Stage

QUOTE FOR THE WEEK:

“In the nature of things there is no rightful room

for the domination of others in the life and affairs of the soul of the individual person.”

ALONZO TREVOR JONES, “Individuality of Religion”

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What do others think and say is “the most sacred” of: (a) human rights (b) the Bill of Rights currentlyguaranteed by the U.S. Constitution?  How about you?

It is “the right to vote,” according to Debbie Wasserman Schultz, former chair of the DNC and other party heavyweights. On the other hand, it is “the right to life” says the terminally-ill (R) Sen. John McCain, referencing the hot-button issue of abortion or “right to life” championed by the RCC and the politically-active Family Research Council, etc. Read more

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE – Part XIII

Photo Credit Flickr/ernestkoe

Photo Credit Flickr/ernestkoe

FRIDAY MORNING MANNA

June 19, 2015

Nathaniel Fajardo

Email:natfajardo777@yahoo.com

Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE – Part XIII

 THE THREE PERSONS OF THE GODHEAD (Continued)

The three things that stand out in the Bull of Indiction of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, or Misericordiae Vultus issued by Pope Francis, are, once more:   (1) The opening, then sealing of this “door or mercy” or “this extraordinary time of

grace.” This was discussed last issue, as space allowed. (2) The time period during which this Marian mercy is extended is called an Extraordinary Jubilee Year. Why extraordinary? This is a Roman Church-declared Jubilee.  What about the Biblical Jubilee? We will discuss the latter in its type-and-antitype application in more detail in the next issue(s). (3) The granting of Indulgences during this Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. Let’s focus on this subject and its interconnected issues, which, hopefully, will help us realize what its serious ramifications were in the past, thus, for the days ahead.

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