Pope Francis is calling Jesus Christ a Liar
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JD: Now I’ve heard that the Pope said there’s no such place as hell. What is the truth, did he make the statement or not Mike?

MG: The Vatican is trying to cover up his statement by daring to say that there’s no indication that he actually made the quotes during an interview that he had. If the Pope indeed never made the statement why doesn’t he come out to his holy balcony at St. Peter’s square and tell the world that he was misquoted that he really believes there is a hell and that those who die without Christ will end up there? You know he could set the record straight he could step out on that balcony any time and clear it up but instead he wants to leave 1.2 billion Catholics confused and misunderstood.

We do know that the actual quote of the Pope it was very clear that he denied the existence of hell. He said, those who do not repent and cannot there for be forgiven simply disappear there is no hell there is the disappearance of sinful souls. And so he’s calling for annihilation of those who die without Christ they no longer exists that hell is no longer there.

What he’s doing he’s calling Jesus a liar because Jesus spoke more about hell than he did about heaven. Jesus said to the false teachers of the first century and the Pope needs to pay attention to this Jesus said woah to you describes hypocrites because you travel around on sea and land to make one propitiate and when he becomes one you make him twice as much the son of hell as yourselves. And then later on he says you serpents you brood of vipers how will you escape the sentence of hell. The Pope needs to heed the warnings of our Lord Jesus because he’s as big of false prophet as described in phrases of the apostate Jews 2,000 years ago.
JD: Mike Gendron explaining how Pope Francis is calling Jesus a liar when the Pope says there is no hell. 

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Jesus Christ said there is a place of eternal abode for those who reject Jesus as the only way to salvation. However, he also talks about an eternity of living with him living with Jesus Christ. Jesus also warned of a real place of eternal damned nation and it’s called hell. Jesus spoke of hell, Mark 9:42-48. In that passage Jesus said that hell is eternal where the fire is not quenched and where the worm a living creature dieth not. This is one of many passages of scripture where Jesus spoke about hell. In fact, Jesus spoke ten times more about hell then he did heaven. Hell is for real. 

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