So the LORD said: “I will wipe out from the earth the men whom I have created, and not only the men, but also the beasts and the creeping things and the birds of the air, for I am sorry that I made them.” But Noah found favor with the LORD.
When Pope Francis quipped, “Who am I to judge?” many appreciated His humility. After all, he was the Pope who refused to live alone but insisted in living among His brothers.
Unfortunately, by most accounts, the Vatican has a higher percentage of homosexuals than San Francisco. Because they have abandoned the consecrated life, its members are bound to the very sins of the world (cf. I John 2:16). Instead of being God’s Noah, the Pope and his inner circle fight for all the wrong things.
Instead of being God’s Noah, the Pope and his inner circle fight for all the wrong things.
Jesus enjoins the residents of today’s ARK, “Watch out, guard against the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod.”
Millions of Christians are starving for the Bread of Life. Like the disciples, we believed there was only one bread and one boat.
Without the Bread of Life, our hearts our hardened.
We pray, “Lord open our eyes to see where you offer the “Bread of Life.”
We pray for God’s servants, “Give to the LORD, you sons of God, give to the LORD glory and praise, Give to the LORD the glory due his name; adore the LORD in holy attire.
We pray for Pope Francis, “Become God’s Noah and find favor with God.”
The God of glory thunders, and in his temple all say, “Glory!”
The LORD is enthroned above the flood; the LORD is enthroned as king forever.