Whenever you see an aggressive or notable switching between “Lord”, “God”, “Jehovah” or any of the many names given in the Bible it’s very important to remember that we were warned about this in scripture and in a more practical sense, why do we need to dance around names? Is not God, Christ and Jesus sufficient to describe the God we as Christians worship?
And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH was I not known to them.Exodus 6:3 KJV
I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob as God Almighty, but by my name the LORD I did not make myself fully known to them.Exodus 6:3 NIV
*When the above verses are cross referenced against Genesis 22:11-14 can a hidden truth be found. That in itself is a separate topic.
Alongside this warning from God about the names we should, consider a layer of unfortunate truth to go alongside this. Not all who say they are Christians are Christians.
21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.
22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.Matthew 7:21-23
The unfortunate truth of Philippines is that they were as a nation forcefed Christianity by the Spanish. Originally a nation with a Pagan history similar to Thailand, they learned very quickly how to blend the two. In Philippines the Kulam or local Witchcraft craeft or Hausmagick (house magic) is blended in with all other religions. You have Islamic witchcraft and Christian witchcraft which is actually an impossibility in view of both religious scriptures.
The reality is that these practices never left Philippines but were taken into hiding inside very pious and charismatic version of Christianity that allowed for spirits and divination. You will often hear of “Speaking in tongues” from Pinoy Christians, a gift for the early church to those spreading the Good News of Christ in the early church that was foretold would end by Apostle Paul.
Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away.1 Corinthians 13:8 KJV
Apostle Paul was very charismatic after his conversion so it’s certainly worthy of note that he himself, the most impossible of conversions but the one disciple of Christ who used his knowledge of the old testament to tie together the old and new in his epistles. The embrace of tongues by Christians from Philippines is very different from the tongues given as a gift in the early church. Firstly, they spoke an actual language, not the “Ancient Language”, that’s just gibberish as Christians self create and let whatever they can enter themselves. Neither are the healings that are held out as the same. Christ and the apostles were giving sight to the blind, life to the dead and things that are at this point still impossible. The reason? To draw the evil Jewish Pharisees who would know that Christ was the messiah and deny that Truth all the same. A fishing line for the wicked.
CFC or Couples for Christ is a subsect of Christianity that holds to the overtly spiritual side of Christianity that has already expired if we are to trust (and we are) the scriptures…
The basic formation track of CFC will continue to be enhanced with additional focus on courses on the following:
Deepening of SpiritualityCFC Official Website
While CFC claims to be a Catholic organisation, something it mentions only once or twice on its website, it goes completely against Catholic doctrine in that it states very clearly that non-Catholic members are allowed.
WHO CAN BECOME MEMBERS OF CFC?
Any validly married Catholic couple can become members of CFC. Although a Catholic movement/organization, CFC remains open to having non-Catholic Christians as members.CFC Official Website
What’s most apparent about the CFC is it’s very vague approach to what it stands for which comes to an end when you see that they have a members only area for it’s actual teaching and that what they teach isn’t for the eyes of anyone but members. This is completely out of sync with anything scriptural in regard to teachings.
This isn’t surprising when you consider their headquarters or rather the postal address they give on their website. Quezon City is the Pagan capital of the Philippines with every version of paganism hidden within a Christian framework within about 10 miles of the highly satanic looking Quezon Memorial Shrine located on Temple Drive Quezon City. The shrine itself is for Manuel L. Quezon, the very first Grandmaster of Freemasonry from the Philippines.
The actual location of CFC headquarters in the Philippines is within a 10 minute walk of this rather satanic looking monument to a man and the following headquarters….
Iglesia Ni Cristo – Lokal ng Templo Central, Commonwealth Ave Cor Central Ave, New Era, Quezon City, 1107 Metro Manila, Philippines
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 53 Rosario Dr, Quezon City, 1112 Metro Manila, Philippines
Jehovah’s Witnesses Bethel Kingdom Hall, 186 Roosevelt Ave, San Francisco del Monte, Quezon City, 1105 Metro Manila, Philippines
Manilla Central Seventh Day Adventists 44 Quezon Ave, Santa Mesa Heights, Quezon City, 1114 Metro Manila, Philippines
All four of these sects have the cult like practices of defellowshipping, watchtower signalling, satanic under and overtones and all under the guise of Christianity that denies Jesus Christ deity as the son of God.
The significance of this location and other coincidences is enough that this subdivision of Roman Catholicism should be put to test on what it’s actually doing and why. To be allowing full inclusion of non-Catholics and secret doctrines is very much against the central Catholic dogma.
I hope and pray that the right eyes see this article and act upon what’s written.