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Why Jesus could never be the pope


His Lordship

His Lordship

The catholic faith has a pope.  No one else wants one in the christian church.  Funny how Catholics call themselves Catholics and others as Christians. But Jesus, he couldn’t be elected pope.

For one, he would never be caught wearing those robes.  He preached against robes.  I talked about how the high and mighty Jewish clerics wore those robes, with the grand tassels.  I like tassels, but on curtains.

pope mobileJesus was the son of a carpenter and learned the trade himself.  He has calloused hands.  No popes wear little white gloves  have baby soft hands.  He was too dirty from walking the streets ministering to the world.  The pope doesn’t even know how to heal anyone.  He doesn’t have the power of God on him.  No mantle, just a high collar made of mink. Jesus would be exclude from talking to the sick, the lepers, the poorest of the poor .

He certainly wouldn’t get in the limo and travel the world to hang with the rich and famous.  Jesus would be down on the street, not up in the Vatican perch.  The Catholics worship the pope in earnest   Kiss his ring when they have a chance, but the pope doesn’t wash the populace’s feet, nor eat meals with them.

Jesus had no fortune either.  The popedom is worth — according to Time magazine, Bankers’ best guesses about the Vatican’s wealth put it at $10 billion to $15 billion.

Judas carried the purse for Jesus.  The pope has billions at his disposal.

“The Vatican has large investments with the Rothschilds of Britain, France and America, with the Hambros Bank, with the Credit Suisse in London and Zurich. In the United States it has large investments with the Morgan Bank, the Chase-Manhattan Bank, the First National Bank of New York, the Bankers Trust Company, and others. The Vatican has billions of shares in the most powerful international corporations such as Gulf Oil, Shell, General Motors, Bethlehem Steel, General Electric, International Business Machines, T.W.A., etc. At a conservative estimate, these amount to more than 500 million dollars in the U.S.A. alone.”

Jesus said catch a fish and pay my taxes.  The pope may be the richest man in the world — his (or should I say the Catholic church) holdings aren’t all public either.  He is at least in the top hundred, right.  Jesus had them catch a fish, pull a coin out and pay his tax — give to Caesar what is Caesar’s and give to God what is God’s.

The pope lives a life of luxury and Jesus cooked fish when he could, gathered bread after the meal, went 40 days without, and drank lots of water.

His Lordship

His Lordship

Jesus said what we do to one of these in his name will have an award for us in heaven.  He spoke allegorically about a poor man named Lazarus and his dying and going to heaven where a rich man shows up and is said to show up and ask God to be able to warn his rich brothers of their coming fate.  The man doomed to be pope faces the same fate.

They give their whole soul to be rich and powerful.  If Jesus showed up at their door, he would be tasered, arrested, sentenced and killed — just like he was before.

Jesus hung with the sinners, the sick, the poor and not with anyone who would be made pope.

Articles to review:

General Bond meets Pope Francis

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