“Bring Out Your Dead!” … Men’s Bones

Rome, Italy
The Catholic Church has gotten a lot of press this year with Francis’s more “modern” public relations campaign. While they have stepped up their attempts to relate to the technologically driven social media world, they maintain their long traditions of glorifying the dead, worshiping idols and perpetrating traditions that have NOTHING to do with God, but are against Him.

This week, the Church will put a spotlight on their pagan foundations by parading bones they “traditionally believe” to be those of Peter. This event will close the “Year of Faith” started by Ratzinger, who lost faith in his ability to be Pope back in February. The word Faith in the Catholic understanding is to “just believe” in something, for example that dead men’s bones are for “venerating”. Venerating bones is a direct violation of God’s Command against worshiping idols. To worship something is to “Give Worth”. Worshiping idols is commanded against from the beginning of God’s Word.

You shall have no other gods before Me. You shall not make to yourself any graven image/idol, or any likeness of anything that is from the heavens above, or that is from the earth beneath, or that is in the water from below the earth: You shall not bow down yourself to them, nor serve/worship them: for I the LORD your God am a jealous God…”

Exodus 20: 3-5 “

The worshiping of bones is a long tradition which can be traced back to Egypt and Babylon. The Roman Catholic traditions have NOTHING to do with God and lead people away from God. Y’hoshua said the following to the false religious leaders of his day:

“Woe unto you scribes, and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you are like white washed tombs, which indeed appear beautiful on the outside, but on the inside are full of dead men’s bones, and of ALL uncleanness.”

Matthew 23:27

As Francis parades around and worships a dead man’s bones, he kills the ability for people to truly know God. They are all DEAD to God.

“He is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living, you therefore do greatly err.”

Mark 12:27
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