Recently I heard the Pope is actively involved in telling the world about the need to get vaccinated. He called Coronavirus Vaccinations an Ethical Obligation. There was even talk about making vaccinations mandatory for everyone who works for the Vatican.
As a Christian and as someone who resents the great reset, I feel it is my duty to react to this “papal pressure”, which in my opinion has nothing to do with being a Christian or serving God. The pope gets involved here in a purely worldly matter.
Pope Francis has been a guest at the World Economic Forum, the architects of the great reset, and it is clear that he has chosen to join this group. He demonstrates this by his actions, and by the pro-vaccination choice he is making and urges all Catholics to make.
To really understand what that means, and what the function of a pope is in this world, I have to talk about Jesus and Christianity, of course. So at the risk of losing some of you, and offending some Christians and Catholics, I will do this.
The Pope, as the Church Father and as a Christian, should be a leading example of a follower of Jesus, the first Christian. And the only way to fulfill this role would be by taking Jesus the Christ as his role model for all his actions, words, and thoughts.
What did Jesus Himself say about worldly matters and Godly matters? “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” (KJV Mark 12:17) Leave worldly things to worldly leaders, and to God the things that are God’s.
What would Jesus have said about mouth masks and vaccinations? One who was not afraid to touch a leper and heal him? Again, this is made clear in the Bible. “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.” (KJV Proverbs 3:5)
Shouldn’t we be a bit more careful than Jesus? Or has He provided us with the means to be protected when we are doing God’s work? “Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.” (KJV Luke 10:19)
So the role of a Christian is not defined by getting involved in worldly matters and trusting on medical solutions, but by representing God, trusting in God, and trusting in Jesus to protect us from the negative aspects of the world, while we heal in Jesus’ name and spread the Gospel.
For the Pope to get involved in politics in this way, is clearly a shift away from focusing on God instead of on the world. On top of that, those who are actively involved with the World Economic Forum are aware of the plans for the great reset as a response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
This means that this Pope is not only more involved with worldly matters than with God and being a Christian, but is also involved with a plan in which human beings will be treated as less than human, let alone as Children of God. This means neither more nor less than that the Pope has fallen for temptation.
If you are a Christian, I strongly urge you to follow Jesus, and to not follow any human being blindly. And to read more about the great reset from the perspective of Archbishop Viganò, someone who genuinely cares for the flock, please read his Open Letter to President Donald Trump.