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Malachy's Prophecies - The Last 10 Popes
St. Malachy (1094-1148) ^

Posted on 02/25/2005 9:17:07 PM PST by Ryan Bailey

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To: meaprilrain

Peter's title, given to him numerous times throughout the gospels, is "primus." This is usually translated as "first," but each account of the call of the first disciples informs us that Peter was not, in fact, chosen first. "Primus," in fact, is used as a title throughout the Greco-Roman world.

Peter is referred to more often in the gospels than all disciples put together. In fact, for 26 chapters, Luke-Acts contains no conversations among the disciples (other than Judas) that does not center around Peter. It is in a private conversation with Peter that Jesus says, "Shepherd my sheep." Bear in mind Jesus called himself, "The Good Shpeherd," which is why the office of Peter is called, "Vicar of Christ."

"Pope" is a crude name given in English to the Bishop of Rome, derived from "Il Papa," or "The Daddy."

>>When the leader dies, the NEXT or number 1 apostle becomes leader, and a new 12th apostle is chosen by the Lord. <<

Pure fantasy. There is no biblical account of the death of Peter (except possibly a prophetic allusion in Revelations, depending on how you interpret some pretty esoteric stuff), so there is no reference to how the primacy was passed on.

Jesus, when he appointed the disciples, gave them charge to rule the church. The means by which they do so was granted unto them. "Whatever you declare loosed (permitted) on Earth shall be loosed in Heaven, and whatever you declare bound (prohibited by law) on Earth shall be bound in Heaven."

81 posted on 04/21/2005 7:52:50 AM PDT by dangus
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Youre right. The final pope will be called Peter The Roman, and he will be the false prophet as discribed in The Revelation of Jesus Christ, The final Book of The Bible. When this takes place, if not already accomplished, Jesus will return for all who trust in Him as Christians. Removing us and opening the door for The Tribulation. The anti-christ will rise out of Rome, along with the last pope (a roman),as the false prophet.

82 posted on 04/25/2005 8:16:37 AM PDT by BiblebelievingChristian
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Jesus Christ has raised me from the dead!

I have found you!

I am in the process of attempting to respond to the first 1000 results in a google search for ‘Peter the Roman’, the final pontiff in the St.

Malachy prophecies. Total results are over 3 million. Yet, the prophecy given in 1139 A.D. was in virtual obscurity for over 400 years until the invention of the printing press. In the computer age there has been a resurgence in the interest of the list of names.

As Jesus Christ spoke of not rejoicing that the spirits are subject to us, but that our names are written in heaven, and the fact that Jesus Christ has raised me from the dead to the office of ‘Peter the Roman’, I hold that the list of names in the St. Malachy prophecies are akin to, if not exactly, those very names written in heaven.

Even Nostradamus spoke of ‘Peter the Roman’ in Century VII, #24.

The use of ‘the strong one’ in the quatrain refers to Daniel 7:7.

Jesus Christ’s resurrecting me is in His fulfillment of an agreement of contract law (Matthew 3:15) into which both He and I entered prior to my baptising Him.

Free Republic is in the 101-200 page of results.

I am pleased to meet you.

Please feel free to respond.

The reality of the future is not totally revealed to us, it is written, “eye hath not seen, nor ear heard of the wonders God has in store for us.”

As Christ had sent me to bear him witness, I now bear witness that HEAVEN IS GREAT!!!

The world is saved through the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Brown Scapular and Rosary as prophesied.

I normally use my surname, Edward Palamar, but I remain:
the resurrected John,
Prophet of the Most High,
whom Jesus Christ called the “Elias who was to come.”,
St. John the Baptist,
enjoying the rapture in the call of duty as Peter the Roman

The regular problem I find in explaining what is plain to me (private revelation) is that some others regard what I say as a claim, as if they are holding something of mine (as a cloak check) that I need to present proof in order to regain that something of mine. For anyone to be this way indicates they indeed do have or think they have something of mine, else they wouldn’t try to barter as such. Christ himself said, “An evil and wicked generation demands a sign.” In that regard, I could just as well keep my mouth shut. But I do rejoice.

I trust Jesus as God to know the better of His plans, especially when it comes to putting spirit in and out of men. Is not our breath the breath of God? I think so. Christ also said, “If you are prepared to receive it, he (John [the Baptist]) was the Elijah who was to come.” I
don’t think I was prepared to recieve it, but am capable now of understanding that.

God once took a man to heaven bodily, the prophet Elijah. As God appeared to Moses in the burning bush because to see God’s glory directly would have caused Moses to die, something happened to Elijah to prevent him from suffering a similar fate for many years even though it is recorded that he went to heaven in a whirlwind. Any time beyond 120 years would have been the normal end for Elijah. It
was part of God’s plan to bring Elijah back in spirit, not in the flesh, at least for a time.

The spirit of Elijah was put back into corruptable flesh and God had created a living soul. Christ died to save souls. The Father in heaven via the angel Gabriel gave the name “John” to that particular living soul.

“John” was not given a seperate breath but that of Elijah. But when Christ raises that soul of “John”, “John” is given a new course of both body and spirit, making “John” a living soul again.

In essence, I have been given a free ride. But such is the existence of any creature of God. “God blesses and curses whom He pleases.”

All living souls owe their existences to God, the Giver of Life. It is God who makes their souls alive. It is God’s prerogative to name and apportion spirit as He sees proper.

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83 posted on 02/03/2010 11:14:21 AM PST by Edward Palamar
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84 posted on 02/03/2010 2:16:40 PM PST by Godzilla (3-7-77)
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To: Ryan Bailey

Bump it up ... for today’s news ... :-)

85 posted on 02/11/2013 9:08:28 AM PST by Star Traveler (Remember to keep the Messiah of Israel in the One-World Government that we look forward to coming)
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