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Americans and Europeans Call for Sunday Legislation. It's Nearer Than We Think

 

The Bible prophesies in Revelation 13:15-17 that the time will come when individuals will be prohibited from buying or selling except they honor mandated Sunday laws, the Mark of the Beast (the mark of Papal authority). Signs fulfilling in the world are clear indicators that the time for Sunday legislation to become a reality is not at all far distant. In fact in Poland Sunday laws are already in existence which are said to serve as an example for America. “And Poland’s move, which bucks the prevailing trend in secularized countries toward an ever-more commercialized Sunday, could provide a constructive example for the United States, where the network of state ‘blue laws’ that once restricted Sunday business activities has been substantially reduced.”[1] Although the statement said that Poland’s Sunday legislation would serve as an example for America, according to Bible prophecy, America will lead the way in strictly enforcing a National Sunday Law, mandated Sunday worship, that will soon be enforced internationally under severe penalties. “As America, the land of religious liberty, shall unite with the papacy in forcing the conscience and compelling men to honor the false sabbath, the people of every country on the globe will be led to follow her example. Foreign nations will follow the example of the United States. Though she leads out, yet the same crisis will come upon our people in all parts of the world.”[2]  Therefore, all nations must have policies in place that will enable their governments to seamlessly enact stringent Sunday laws at the command of the United States.  The countries of Europe are certainly making strides in this direction.

 

In an article appearing on Catholic Herald, under the title,  “How Europeans are fighting back against Sunday trading:” the following can be read: “Only those who recognise that the common good concerns a man’s soul can explain why we should legislate rest on Sunday: to honour the God who on that day rose. This is why we call Sunday the Lord’s Day –domenica, domingo, dimanche...Populist movements across Europe have begun to push back. Earlier this year, Poland restricted almost all Sunday shopping with a law backed by the Catholic Church and the Solidarity trade union.”[3] Of course Bible students realize that the Lord’s Day, the Lord’s Sabbath, is not Sunday, but the Seventh Day of the week referred to as Saturday, according to Isaiah 58:13 and Mark 2:27 and 28.  Sunday sacredness is a creation or child of the Papacy, to which she boastingly admits and uses to claim her authority.[4] The above-quoted statement from Catholic Herald makes it perfectly clear that Sunday laws/legislation will be passed for the common good, a Roman Catholic social teaching that does away with individual rights.[5]

 

It must here be emphasized that U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan, stated May 24, the very day that the above- quoted article was published, that America needs Roman Catholic social teachings (i.e. the common good) to address the nations’ various problems. Here is exactly what he stated, “House Speaker Paul Ryan made the case Thursday that Catholicism as a faith can help solve the country's problems...Ryan, who is also Catholic, lamented at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast what he sees as a deepening sense of ‘identity politics and tribalism’ in the country, as well as a trend of ‘moral relativism’ that is becoming ‘more and more pervasive.’ ‘If there was ever a time, if there was ever a place where Catholics — from the clergy to the laity — are needed, it is here and it is now, helping solve this problem, addressing this challenge,’ he said. ‘Our social doctrine is the perfect antidote to what ails our culture.’ Ryan said he sees ‘this tremendous opportunity for Catholics to lead’ and ‘help bring our culture and our country closer to their great moral potential."[6]

 

The article continues, “As Benedict XVI put it, ‘On the Sabbath there are no masters and no servants; there is only the freedom of all the children of God … For this reason the Sabbath is the heart of all social legislation.”[7] That last phrase needs emphasis, “the Sabbath is the heart of all social legislation. It cannot become any clearer than this! The National Sunday Law can pass at any time now.  Of course by “Sabbath” they mean Sunday. When the Sunday law is passed, there indeed will be masters and servants.  The masters of course are those who make (papists )and enforce the laws, the servants are those who have no liberty of conscience and are forced to honor the Papal Sabbath while dishonoring God’s Sabbath. “And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:16, 17. It is evident that we have reached a time in which “Roman Catholic principles will be taken under the care and protection of the state.”[8] The common good is one such Roman Catholic Principle that has been birthed and is being nurtured in the United States and in countries throughout Europe.  And to make sure that Sunday laws are enforced and violators punished, the death penalty is in place, which can be applied in the name of the common good. Right from the source: “Historically, Catholic theologians have given three main arguments in favour of the death penalty. The first is that justice demands it for certain offences... Second, the Church has taught that the death penalty is expiatory...Third, the death penalty can sometimes support the common good. St Thomas Aquinas makes this point: ‘Therefore if a man be dangerous and infectious to the community, on account of some sin, it is praiseworthy and advantageous that he be killed in order to safeguard the common good.’”[9]

 

Let the people of God arouse from their stupor and do that which they have been commissioned to do for this world is soon to be plunged into a time of trouble such as never was before.

 

[1] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/may-25th-2018/how-europeans-are-fighting-back-against-sunday-trading/

[2] White, Ellen, Maranatha (1976), page 214

[3] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/may-25th-2018/how-europeans-are-fighting-back-against-sunday-trading/

[4] http://www.wwco.com/religion/believe/believe_39.html

[5] http://thetimes-tribune.com/news/casey-congress-genuinely-moved-by-pope-s-address-1.1948862

[6] https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/paul-ryan-says-america-needs-catholicism-weeks-after-failed-chaplain-ousting/ar-AAxKpSs

[7] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/issues/may-25th-2018/how-europeans-are-fighting-back-against-sunday-trading/

[8] White, Ellen. The Review and Herald, June 15, 1897

[9] http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2017/05/16/lets-be-honest-catholic-teaching-doesnt-always-forbid-the-death-penalty/

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