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Depend on Jesus not on Fortune tellers and Horoscopes – Pope Francis

By November 17, 2015 3 Comments

Pope Francis during his address in  St Peter’s Square on Sunday after his Angelus recitation told the faithfuls of the importance of turning away from all activities of fortune-telling and horoscopes, he emphasized that Jesus alone holds the future and Jesus is the one worth turning to not fortune tellers.
“(Jesus) wants to direct his disciples of every age from curiosity abut dates, predictions, horoscopes, and concentrate their attention on the today of history,” Pope Francis said.
“I would like to ask you — but don’t answer out loud; each one answer to himself — how many are there among us who read the horoscope every day? Each one answer, and when you feel like reading your horoscope, look to Jesus who is with us. This is better and will serve us better. The central nucleus around which the words of Jesus turns is he himself, the mystery of his person, and of his death and resurrection, and his return at the end of time.”
“The Lord Jesus is not just a destination point of our earthly pilgrimage, but also constant presence in our lives. He counters the false profits, the fortune tellers that predict that the end of the world is near; he counters fatalism. He is at our side; he walks with us; he loves us so much.” said Pope Francis.

3 Comments

  • victor egwal says:

    After the fall of man, God worked out a way to restore the heavenly kingdom that was lost to the enemy and many prophets were raised to carry on with the work and lead the people of God.They stood in the gap and God communicated to them directly.They interceded and interpreted dreams and Joseph was one of them.God spoke through them to his people.

    • Denise Morris says:

      So science is beginning to understand how visions work and that they’re hallucinations…Really?!! So how does science explain it when over 10,000 and a camera witness The miracle of the sun, Divine Mercy Hills in the Phllipines. Unfortunately I can’t seem to post the link, but it’s on YouTube and then there were the multitudes who witnessed similar in Fatima.

  • Denise Morris says:

    There are two sides to spirituality. One is of God, the other is the occult. I would suggest you discuss this in more depth with a priest, to gain full understanding.

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