Friday, 16 March 2012
HE FAILED TO DO HIS DUTY TO GOD
I wrote to him several times. I told him about Stuart Syvret being persecuted for blowing the whistle on institutional child abuse. I asked him why the Church of England was allowing Jesuit priests to take control of Protestant churches. I asked him to do something, say something about the secret family courts persecuting families.
I really thought he would be a great Archbishop. I am thoroughly dissapointed in him. He started off well, because he said that Freemason pledges were incompatable with Christian faith. That is why I thought he was going to be good.
The day the Pope came and sat on the throne of Westminster Abbey was the day he should have intervened - he had the power and the duty to do so. What he should have done is he should have got another chair - not a throne, just an ordinary everyday chair, with perhaps a cushion for to rest his old bones - for the Pope to sit on, and he should have been respectful and kind to him, of course he should have, because that is how we Christians ought to try to conduct ourselves, so he should have welcomed him into the church, as one should do with any poor sinner, but on no account ought he to have given that man the authority to address the congregation. Instead, the Archbishop should have addressed the people - perhaps reading some enlighening scriptural passages, I think 2 Peter 2 would have been entirely appropriate under the circumstances.
After the service, there should have been an invitation for any in the congregation to come forward for prayer and healing, should they have wanted to. I could see quite a few people in that cathedral who desperatly needed to find a closer walk with God, as they have gone seriously off the rails. The Archbishop had a golden opportunity to help so many lost souls that day, and he blew it, because of his wanting to please man instead of God. He forgot whose servant he really is.