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09.03.01 - Pope: We Should Call Upon the Angels
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"The angels are a significant part of the Gospel and we should call upon them often, says Benedict XVI." It is true that the each person has an angel that ministers before God for us and protects us but is the pope using this knowledge to introduce something else? He goes on to say, "We find these figures throughout the Old Testament who help and guide men in the name of God. Just consider the Book of Tobit, in which the figure of the angel Raphael appears to assist the protagonist through many vicissitudes." The Book of Tobit is one of the Apocrypha books which are not included in the Bible because they contradict the rest of the scriptures, were written hundreds of years after the Bible cannon has been completed, etc. The Catholic believers are already very superstitious because of Rome's false doctrines and I'm wondering where this new calling will lead its adherents... Could it be leading them and introducing them to seducing spirits and demons who will appear as an angel of light, as the God forewarned us in His word (2 Corinthians 11:14,15)? I know of many instances where a person appeared and slowly led those who gained its trust to commit great murders. At the same time the angels of God appeared to protect His people but they never led people to trust in them but in God alone.
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