The Pope blesses the murderers and preaches against the execution, I curse the murderers and preach against the murder.
Genesis 3:14 And Jehovah God saith unto the serpent, `Because thou hast done this, cursed [art] thou above all the cattle, and above every beast of the field: on thy belly dost thou go, and dust thou dost eat, all days of thy life;
15 and enmity I put between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; he doth bruise thee — the head, and thou dost bruise him — the heel.’
Christ never told the unrighteous: “God loves you”, quite the opposite because:
Proverbs 29:27 Abomination for the righteous is the wicked one, and abomination for the wicked the upright in his way.
Revelation 12: 7 Then there was a great war in the sky of communications (the Internet): Michael and his holy messengers fought against the dragon and his messengers; and the dragon and the other reptilians fought: the abominable and hypocrite sacrifiers of children ..
Jesus never told the unrighteous: “God loves you as you are, period.”
Matthew 23:33 »Snakes! Race of vipers! How will you escape the punishment of hell? 34 That is why I am going to send you prophets, wise men and teachers. But you will kill and crucify some of them, and others you will beat in the synagogues and persecute you from town to town.
(Peter died crucified upside down, Paul died beheaded, Santiago died by the sword, Esteban died stoned)
Matthew 23:35 So the punishment will fall upon you for all the innocent blood that has been shed from Abel the righteous to Zechariah, son of Berechiah, whom you killed between the sanctuary and the altar.
Christ kills the wicked because he does not praise them, Christ does not encourage the wicked with words such as “God loves you the same”, quite the contrary, Christ kills them with his words, the truth kills the wicked:
Isaiah 11: 1 A rod will come out of Jesse’s trunk, and a rod will sprout from its roots.
2 And the Spirit of the Lord will rest upon him; spirit of wisdom and intelligence, spirit of counsel and power, spirit of knowledge and fear of Jehovah.
3 And he will make you understand diligently in the fear of Jehovah. He will not judge according to the sight of his eyes, nor will he argue for what his ears hear;
4 But he will judge the poor with justice, and will argue with equity for the meek of the earth; and he will smite the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the spirit of his lips he will kill the wicked.
5 And it will be the justice belt of his loins, and the faithfulness of his waist.
Proverbs 28: 4 Those who abandon the law praise the wicked, but those who keep the law fight against them.
Exodus 20:13 You will not kill.
Exodus 21:12 Whoever hurts anyone, thus causing him to die, he will die.
13 But he who did not intend to hurt him, but God put him in his hands, then I will point out the place to which he must flee.
14 But if anyone is proud of himself against his neighbor and will kill him with fury, you will remove him from my altar to die.
He who abandons the law: “The King of Rome”, Rome has no king but I will refer to the Pope as the representative of the Roman Empire who killed my neighbor on a cross.
ROME – Pope Francis declared that the death penalty is unacceptable in all cases “because it is an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the person”
The King of Rome praises the wicked:
“There is a growing awareness that the person’s dignity is not lost even after committing very serious crimes,” he says.
The king of Rome praises them, he tells the wicked: “God loves you” in affirming this:
Pope Francis: “God loves every man, even the worst”
Pope Francis resembles the religious of the narration of the good Samaritan, the good Samaritan was not a religious leader, he was a simple citizen, the good Samaritan was the same one who was assaulted and wounded by thieves, while thieves were the like of the bad priest and the evil Levite:
Luke 10:30 Jesus replied:
“A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and he fell into the hands of thieves.” They took off his clothes, beat him and left, leaving him half dead.
Luke 10:31 It turns out that a priest was traveling along the same path who, seeing him, turned aside and followed long. 32 Thus also a Levite came to that place and, seeing him, turned aside and went on long. 33 But a Samaritan who was traveling traveled to where the man was and, seeing him, took pity on him. 34 He approached, healed his wounds with wine and oil, and sold them. Then he mounted it on his own horse, took it to an accommodation and took care of it.
Luke 10:35 The next day, he took out two silver coins and gave them to the owner of the accommodation. “Take care of me,” he said, “and what you spend too much, I will pay you when I return.” 36 Which of these three do you think proved to be the neighbor of the one who fell into the hands of thieves?
37 “He who took pity on him,” said the expert in the law.
“Go then and do the same,” Jesus concluded.
Proverbs 12:26 The wicked cause the righteous to lose their way.
1 Kings 18:28 And they cried loudly, and cut themselves with knives and lancets according to their custom, until the blood gushed on them.
(Is self-flagelation christian?, No: Self-flagelation = self-destruction = a satanic tradition = a pagan tradition)
Proverbs 12:26 … But [the] righteous knows how to guide his neighbor [the righteous]:
1 Kings 18:27 And it came to pass at noon, that Elijah mocked them, saying,
Shout out loud, because God is; maybe your statue is meditating, or has a job, or is on his way; Maybe he sleeps, and you have to wake him up.