Wednesday, May 22, 2013

While On Watch: The Pope Gains Traction as God's Man While Bill Clinton Plants Foot Firmly in Key Arena

The man who holds the office of the Pope and Bill Clinton are two agents of the Adversary's work that I've been led to pay close attention to over the years of watching according to the Lord's command in Mark 13:37.

On Sunday May 19th, a man was claimed to be set free from demon possession by the Pope's simple prayer.

Vatican denies that Pope Francis performed exorcism.

Apparently, whatever the Pope did on Sunday left 4 remaining. Or installed 4. Or???

The Rev. Gabriele Amorth, a leading exorcist for the diocese of Rome, said he performed a lengthy exorcism of his own on the man Tuesday morning and ascertained he was possessed by four separate demons. The case was related to the legalization of abortion in Mexico City, he said.

The noisy media static seems to be focused on semantics, but my take on what is news worthy is that the Pope is gaining traction as a legitimate man of God in the eyes of the worldly. We know where that's going right? Revelation 13.

Update (5/23) - more traction: Pope Francis elected after supernatural 'signs' in the Conclave, says Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna

As Hillary before him, Bill Clinton plants his foot firmly in a key arena, “gay rights.”

“The fight for marriage equality in Illinois received another high-profile boost Tuesday when former President Bill Clinton released a statement supporting the same sex marriage bill that's currently stalled in the Illinois House. In the statement, Clinton evoked the specter of the Great Emancipator himself.

Illinois has stood for the proposition that all citizens should be treated equally under the law,” Clinton said. “Lincoln himself came to Springfield in search of opportunity, and he dedicated his life to securing equal opportunity for all citizens. I believe that for Illinois and for our nation as a whole, in the 21st century that must include marriage equality.

Bill Clinton Joins Push For Gay Marriage In Illinois

What I say to you, I say to everyone: 'Watch!' ~ Mark 13:37

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