Thank you for your kind words. Once again, following a tradition by which I feel honored, the Secretary General of the United Nations has invited the Pope to address this distinguished assembly of nations. In my own name, and that of the entire Catholic community, I wish to express to you, Mr Ban Ki-moon, my heartfelt gratitude…Address of …Pope Francis to The General Assembly of the United Nations
Did you catch that?
The Pope, is one of the Gentile Kings of the Earth, having episcopal authority over the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, and claiming to be the vicar of Christ on earth. He has awarded the “Angel of Peace” Medallion to Mahmoud Abbas, the planner of the 1972 Munich Olympic massacre of the Israeli Olympic delegation. Abbas has recently stated that “We welcome every drop of blood shed in Jerusalem…”, in an attempt to further incite violence against Jewish worshippers in their fall Feasts.
The Pope says He comes to the U.N. in “His own name…”.Not in the name of Jesus or in the name of the Father, but in His own name. As in his address to Congress, the “vicar of Christ” never mentioned Jesus by name to the U.N., although he did refer to the Creator, and the “Most High”, he never mentioned Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Is that not odd? Can we imagine Peter or Paul addressing the world congress and never mentioning Jesus?
Jesus once warned Israel,
I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive.( John 5:43)
This is a warning about the Anti-Christ. Jesus is saying that He came to Israel, , “in the Father’s name”, i.e. fulfilling all of the requirements in scripture for the recognition of the Messiah, citing the prophecies, doing all of the works, and speaking the Word of the Father and not his own, (humanly speaking).
But all of that didn’t suffice, the leaders of Israel proved that they didn’t really love God or believe in Him, because when He came to them in Jesus, they rejected him.
But Jesus warned that one day “Another will come in His own name…”, and that they would receive him.
I find it significant that this Pope came to the UN in his own name, and not in the name of God.