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    Head Jesuit Says Devil Just a ‘Symbol’, Not a Real Being

    Updated: August 24, 2019 at 7:59 pm EST  See Comments

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    The Jesuit, classified as having a reprobate mind, they have some knowledge of God and perhaps know of His commandments. However, they live impure lives and have very little desire to please God. Those who have reprobate minds live corrupt and selfish lives. Sin is justified and acceptable to them. The reprobates are those whom God has rejected and has left to their own devices.

    Given the historic facts about the Jesuits, it is incredulous and almost shocking to see the media and the world’s religious and political leaders stampeding to endorse and praise Pope Francis. We have no words to describe this unprecedented worldwide epidemic of memory loss towards Rome and her Jesuits.

    The prescient warning of General Sherman is most appropriate to quote today:

    “I would remind you of Webster’s definition of a Jesuit: a designer, an intriguer. If the Church of Rome prevailed, the Pope would be the Universal King . . . The Jesuits are here to plot and scheme and, if possible, take from us the noble heritage of our civil and religious freedom. The rules of the Jesuit Order justify theft, licentiousness, lying, false witness-bearing, suicide and the murder of parents and other relatives. The greatest crimes in history committed against individuals and nations have been committed by the Jesuits . . . Wherever Jesuits are they have the torch to burn, the sword to slay, the inquisition to torture. They are the enemies of [Bible-believing] Christianity. They live for conquest, fortune, and glory.”

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