Love of Enemies

This is the Church’s teaching:

Our Lord Jesus Christ says:

You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your heavenly Father, for he makes his sun rise on the bad and the good, and causes rain to fall on the just and the unjustMatthew 5, 43-48

Why does Christ contradict all of his contemporary holy Church?

Our Lord Jesus Christ says:

Do not think that I have come to bring peace upon the earth. I have come to bring not peace but the sword. Each other’s enemies, you shall beMatthew 10, 34-36

Our Lord Jesus Christ says:

I tell you, to everyone who has, more will be given, but from the one who has not, even what he has will be taken away. Now as for those enemies of mine (the priests of his time) who did not want me as their king, bring them here and slay them before meLuke 19, 26-27

How can Catholics love their enemies, if Christ himself said you shall be each other’s enemies? How can we Catholics promote peace, if Christ himself said I have not come to bring peace, but war? How can we Catholics love our enemies, if Christ himself said, bring me here those enemies of mine (the priests), and slay them before me? For, this is how Jesus punishes those who didn’t want him to reign over them.

Why does Christ contradict himself, while at the same time attacking the entire contemporary holy Catholic Church?

Who is superior? Is it perhaps Christ, or is it instead the Bishops and Priests in the Church?

The Church teaches that you have to love your enemies, but Christ didn’t forgive the thief crucified on the other side, but rather, only one of them. The Church teaches that one must love one’s enemies, but Christ condemned Judas Iscariot, the traitor, affirming that he doesn’t love his enemies. Christ is God; he allowed himself to be crucified; he prayed for those who condemned him; but he saved no one, not even himself, and he gave no proof that he loved his enemies.

Christ Condemns Enemies

And throw this useless servant into the darkness outside, where there will be wailing and grinding of teethMatthew 25, 30
If Christ loves enemies according to the Church, then why does he condemn all of humanity! All of humanity is His enemy, and Christ doesn’t love it; on the contrary, he condemns humanity to Hell.

Why does Christ attack corrupt bishops, priests, leaders and laity throughout the whole Church?

The Church teaches the love of enemies. But in Matthew 25, 31-45 Christ affirms that on the Day of Judgment, his angels will place the sheep to his right and the goats to his left. Then he will say to those on his left:

Depart from me, you accursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels
If Christ condemns his enemies, then why does the Church continue to profess the love of enemies?

The Sacraments of the Holy Catholic Church Are Seven

The sacrament of penance was instituted by Christ. I ask all priests and bishops in the Church: Why does Christ institute a sacrament, instead of loving his enemies and taking them directly with Him to Heaven?

If there’s someone in the Holy Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church, who can answer this question, then this person is obliged by the law of the Gospel to tell the truth and not remain silent when confronted with the Clergy’s corruption. Otherwise, they would be breaching the eighth commandment of God’s Law. But, if there isn’t a single bishop, priest, leader or layman who can, in all of the contemporary Holy Church, then this means that there aren’t any bishops, priests, or leaders fit for the Kingdom of Heaven.

Ask your Superior in the Church

Are you a layman? Are you a leader in the Church? Are you a priest? Are you a religious? Ask your superior, and see what answer they give you. If the answer is evasive and lacking in foundation, then you’ll discover just how the Church is no longer useful, and Christ is very offended by the many thousands of sins of all the Bishops and priests throughout the whole Church.

I Am the Apocalyptic Wolf

I am Jesé Retoño. I am the Apocalyptic Wolf. I am the one announced by the prophet Isaiah, to whom the arm of Yahweh was revealed. I have the answers, and I am the one who is in the presence of the Most High. I am the one who wants everyone in the world and in the Church to know the truth. The gospel of both Christ and myself musn’t be falsified by the Church.

Whoever denies me before men, I will also deny before my heavenly Father. This is what Christ says to the entire Holy Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church.

Let us pray, and ask forgiveness for our sins. Whoever listens to me, listens to Christ. The one who listens to Christ and obeys Him, is the one who doesn’t distort the Gospel, and a person such as this is loved by my Heavenly Father. No one can reach the Father, except through me, says the Lord Jesus Christ.

May the peace of Christ be with you all.

Author: Jesé Retoño - An Apocalyptic Wolf
Jesé is a Retoño (plant shoot). From birth he was marked by the Most High. The two stars that descended from the horizon have stayed in the soul and roots of the Retoño, and they have marked him with an indelible character. But the Kingdom of the Heavens suffers violence and the violent seize it. Jesé is a predatory Wolf. By morning he devours his prey, and by evening, he scatters remains. The son of man speaks to the multitudes; Jesè shreds and scatters everything in his way. Like a Wolf, he becomes enraged and gathers everything for his owner…Read More »

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