They still say, “hate your enemy”. But I say to you…

“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, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven. For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. For if you love those who love you, what reward do you have?” From Matt.5

Papal Crusades and Jihad are the same thing. They are the very same spirit of war and killing Dominionism.

I saw this quote today:
“They are killing our people in the name of Allah and telling people that anyone who kills a Christian will go straight to heaven: that is their message.”

Here is a link where this quote is stated: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/08/isis-persecution-iraqi-christians-genocide-asylum

In both the Crusades and Jihad, the leaders promise their religious adherents who fight and kill, remission of sins and a ticket straight to heaven, as a reward.

Just as Jihadists kill Christians and Jews today, the Crusaders, who identified as Christians and were called “vassals of Christ” by the pope, killed many many Jews, Moslems (then called Turks), pagans AND also Christians who refused and rejected submitting to the Roman Catholic Church. Remember, Islam means “submit”. These popes charged their military army to kill men, women and little children without mercy; the sword-carnage was great and rivers of blood flowed high.

The spirit of war and killing, the spirit of “holy war”, and the lying spirit that says that anyone would be awarded with automatic remission of sins and heaven, (for killing people), is the same evil spirit. This evil spirit speaks though both the leaders of Islam and the leaders of Official (world accepted) Christianity.

Dominionism kills. Dominionism’s motivation is fear. Dominionism promotes a false way to God. Dominionism hates it’s enemies. Dominionism has no love or compassion. Dominionism wants everyone to SUBMIT or die.

Islam and Official Christianity both still say to “kill our enemies”.
Jesus Christ still says to us, to love our enemies. Let us continue to listen to what Christ says to us.

http://www.medievalwarfare.info/crusades.htm

5 thoughts on “They still say, “hate your enemy”. But I say to you…

    • A Truth nobody wants to hear. Thanks for speaking it. It is nice to know somebody else believes the Word for what it says.

  1. Reblogged this on The Grace of God and commented:
    The following post is much needed. I recently saw a “Christian minister”–someone who preaches “holiness” to others–calling for crusades. Here are his words: “Christians around the world are being slaughtered. Hopefully, this will be a wakeup call to the church, which has been largely neutralized by a pacifist mentality. Where have you gone Pope Urban II?” Then he posted the following pictures in support of his call for the church to “wake up” from its “pacifist mentality.”

    Notice the American flag on the forehead of this Crusader? Do you really think Jesus is pleased by this?

    This is Joan of Arc, a woman who heard “voices” telling her to go to war.

    This depicts the siege of Acre 1291

    When reminded of Jesus’ words in Scripture, and how Jesus and the apostles responded to violence, he answered with this:

    “I expected that this post would bring the pacifists out of the woodwork. Wait a minute; they are the woodwork.”

    In other words, those who refuse to kill others have no value to him. His words were meant as an insult to those who obey Christ’s teachings. He went on to say, “Many a faithful soldier has died on a (military) battlefield fighting for the cause of Christ.” No, sir, they have not. Those who fight for the cause of Christ do not war after the flesh. The Crusades were not led by the Spirit. They were and are no different than Islamic Jihad, and SHAME ON ANYONE WHO CALLS HIMSELF A SERVANT OF JESUS who is preaching this fear and violence! This so called “preacher of holiness” would do well to consider that there are two parts of this verse–

    Pursue (1) peace with all people, and (2) holiness, without which no one will see the Lord. (Heb. 12:14)

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