As you probably know, here in Ireland abortion was voted in by a large majority of the Irish population. We are now the first country where the population has voted for abortion and same sex “marriage”. I do find comfort in your material and understand the times we live in. I can’t help but be disturbed by seeing these events here. The country is finished, it’s doomed!…
Also the Irish football time played with the homosexual rainbow flag on each jersey the other night, see here:
What a disgrace!
Someone remarked to me recently how all of this stuff accelerated in 2013! I agree with this, it was full steam ahead since antipope Francis. It seems since the Devil has laid waste to the clergy and reduced the church to a remnant, now he intends to rid God and his laws from all areas of society. Do you have any comments on this event? I know the US is extremely liberal, it’s not as bad as here though, Europe is so pagan it’s shocking!
It’s a striking confirmation of what you have been saying for years about the end times.
MHFM: What has happened in Ireland and other European countries is truly awful. The lands where Christ reigned have become antichrist in fulfillment of the prophecy about the return of The Beast That Was, i.e. pagan Europe. Ireland is in apostasy (with certain exceptions among the people, of course), but one wonders if the abortion vote was rigged in full or in part. Nevertheless, the reaction of the people who exult over the legalization of abortion is astounding. They are literally overcome with joy that people are now permitted to kill children. It’s a shocking illustration of the level of evil present among the people generally. It’s also totally abominable and disgusting that the soccer team featured the sodomite flag. How things have changed in Europe.
“During the sixth and seventh centuries, the Church of Ireland stood in the full beauty of its bloom. The spirit of the Gospel operated amongst the people with a vigorous and vivifying power; troops of holy men, from the highest to the lowest ranks of society, obeyed the counsel of Christ, and forsook all things, that they might follow Him. There was no country in the world, during this period, which could boast of pious foundations or of religious communities equal to those that adorned this far-distant land.” (Laux, Church History, p. 182)