Sunday, October 5, 2014

bergoglio's god has a dream

bergoglio's god has a dream

Apparently, bergoglio's god sleeps... and "dreams".... you remember when God said to Moses, "I have a dream"... uh, no, that was a certain protestant civil rights minister... not God....

in bergoglio's heretical imagination it seems like his god is a bit confused about how to make his dream reality... you know, because it's not like he is all-powerful and all-knowing... according to bergoglio the all-powerful one is apparently not god, but "people"...

"people" who are inspired by bergoglio's version of the "holy spirit" of course... a "holy spirit" that is like aladdin's genie... bergoglio rubs the lamp and out pops his "holy spirit" and promptly pronounces "your wish is my command, oh master bergoglio"....

With that said, let's take a look at bergoglio's Sunday homily... and BTW the correct Catholic interpretation of these particular Gospel readings is so simple and straightforward, that any faithful Catholic man or woman would have no trouble explaining how these words from scripture apply to the current situation of the Church. For example take a look at the homily online by Msgr. Charles Pope.... LINK.

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Below are excerpts from bergoglio's homily with my comments in brackets. Here's a link to the full text.

LINK

I am just going to focus on the word "dream" which occurs an astonishing 9 times... so clearly in bergoglio's heretical mind this is important... despite the fact that nowhere in the scriptures does it refer to God "dreaming"...

Here goes...

The Lord’s vineyard is his "dream", the plan which he nurtures with all his love, like a farmer who cares for his vineyard. Vines are plants which need much care!

[As it so happens, I planted some grape vines in my backyard a few years ago and just got my first grapes this year.... blame it on the rabbits that kept eating the young shoots. I finally put up a fence around my tiny "vineyard" and watched them grow and give fruit. I specifically planted grapes because I knew that Jesus refers often to grapes, wine and grape vines. So I thought that if I grew some grapes myself it would give me a better understanding of those parts of scripture. What I learned is that grapes really DON'T "need much care".... OK let me qualify that... they grow abundantly pretty much on their own as long as you provide adequate water and fertilizer... in fact they grow OVERLY abundantly... the MUCH CARE that they need is PRUNING! Now a "merciful" guy like bergoglio -- or his mouthpiece kasper -- would not prune the unwanted branches and throw them in the fire... that's just not "merciful"... but then the vine would grow like crazy, but produce little fruit.. BINGO!... a perfect analogy of the "new evangelization"... and why the "merciful" approach taken by don bergoglio and the rest of his gay mafia will do more damage than good... LOTS more damage and very little -- if any -- good.]

God’s "dream" is his people. He planted it and nurtured it with patient and faithful love, so that it can become a holy people, a people which brings forth abundant fruits of justice.

[OK. I give up. What masonic text did this piece of bergoglian gibberish come from? Key buzzwords are "God", "love", "justice"... which is the standard humanist/atheist view of god -- substitute for God... love and justice... and then throw in "people" because its all about what's happening down here that matters... because if there is no God, then there is no heaven... and then God is just a "dream"... or a "dreamer"... but it's the "people" that are in control creating a "new society" a "new world order" a "new church" in the likeness of.... MAN!]

But in both the ancient prophecy and in Jesus’ parable, God’s dream is thwarted.

[Poor god in the anti-gospel according to bergoglio... he can't keep these people under control because he's not the one calling the shots.... he's just a "dreamer" and the reality is the "people" on the ground... who actually create this "dreaming" god in their imaginations to satisfy some deep-rooted psychological need... a quirk of evolution... or maybe Teilhard can explain this or Jung... anyway the anti-Catholic "new-agers" in the Church will eat this stuff up.... ]

In Jesus’ parable, he is addressing the chief priests and the elders of the people, in other words the "experts", the managers. To them in a particular way God entrusted his "dream", his people, for them to nurture, tend and protect from the animals of the field. This is the job of leaders: to nuture the vineyard with freedom, creativity and hard work.

["Freedom,   creativity and hard work"... ah yes, the basic masonic virtues... as always, bergoglio's mind is obsessed with the mundane and never with the heavenly... and as always there is a bergoglian sub-theme that is anti-traditional... attempting to place Jesus in opposition to tradition as represented in the bergoglian anti-theology by the jewish priests... ]

But Jesus tells us that those farmers took over the vineyard. Out of greed and pride they want to do with it as they will, and so they prevent God from realizing his dream for the people he has chosen.

[Poor god can't "realize his dream"... because he's just a dreamer... a dream inside a dream... "the people" dream of a god that dreams of them.... or so the arch-heretic bergoglio would have us believe... is bergoglio going gnostic on us now... why not?... throw in one more heresy into the boiling pot... ]

We too, in the Synod of Bishops, are called to work for the Lord’s vineyard. Synod Assemblies are not meant to discuss beautiful and clever ideas, or to see who is more intelligent… They are meant to better nurture and tend the Lord’s vineyard, to help realize his dream, his loving plan for his people. In this case the Lord is asking us to care for the family, which has been from the beginning an integral part of his loving plan for humanity.

[Ah, now bergoglio gets to the point... the synod (on sex)... we need to come up with a way to "BETTER nurture and tend the Lord’s vineyard"... because the OLD way that the Church was doing it for 2000 years was apparently NO GOOD!... we need to "realize his dream".... we need "hope" and "change".... yes, this is a re-hash of the masonic vision of that other anti-Christ that currently occupies the White House.... ]

God’s dream always clashes with the hypocrisy of some of his servants. We can "thwart" God’s dream if we fail to let ourselves be guided by the Holy Spirit. The Spirit gives us that wisdom which surpasses knowledge, and enables us to work generously with authentic freedom and humble creativity.

[And now bergoglio says the magic demonic words "abra-cadabra" and out pops his personal genie which he slyly refers to as "the holy spirit"... the anti-spirit of "freedom and creativity"... more masonic principles.... "hope", "change", "freedom", "creativity".... it's like a time-warp back to the 1960's... cue up the psychedelic rock music and pass around the hallucinogenic drugs... as satan and his demons win another battle in the war against Christ and His Church.... now it is the Church openly promoting drugs, sex and rock-and-roll while bergoglio claims that this is for the good of "the family"... "the family" as in the Charles Manson "family"... ]

In this way our thoughts and plans will correspond to God’s dream: to form a holy people who are his own and produce the fruits of the kingdom of God.

[These are the concluding words and as you can see bergoglio comes back to "God's dream".... which god? The jewish god?... the muslim god?... the god of the atheistic secular humanists?... the masonic god?.... because bergoglio certainly isn't referring to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.... this is very apparent by now... bergoglio's god is not the Catholic God.]

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