GREEN SABBATH: Sunday Lockdowns for “Gaia” & Jubilee for the Earth

October 1, 2020
Climate alarmists–from the Pope to Rabbis to Greta–are calling for a Sunday “Green Sabbath,” forcing people to stay home in deference to Gaia. Now that people are used to perfect surveillance and enforced lockdowns, the stage is set for this truly Satanic inversion: worship of the creation, instead of the Creator, on a day chosen by the Catholic church. Agenda 2030 and spiritual battles are playing out before our eyes — will you be corralled along, or stand up as a free human and refuse to worship their Earth Day Jubilee? FULL SHOW NOTES:…

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  1. “From this same Catholic Church you have accepted your Sunday, and that Sunday, as the Lord’s day, she has handed down as a tradition; and the entire Protestant world has accepted it as tradition, for you have not an iota of Scripture to establish it Therefore that which you have accepted as your rule of faith, inadequate as it of course is, as well as your Sunday, you have accepted on the authority of the Roman Catholic Church.” (D. B. Ray, “The Papal Controversy,” 1892, page 179)
    “Is Saturday the seventh day according to the Bible and the Ten Commandments? I answer yes. Is Sunday the first day of the week and did the Church change the seventh day – Saturday – for Sunday, the first day? I answer yes. Did Christ change the day? I answer no!” (James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore (1877-1921), in a signed letter)
    “The Bible everywhere enforces the sanctification of Saturday the seventh day of the week … You Protestants have to admit the authority of the Roman Catholic Church that is branded on you when you observe Sunday because you have no other authority for Sunday but that of the Roman Catholic Church.” (James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore (1877-1921))
    “The Catholic Church for over one thousand years before the existence of a Protestant, by virtue of her divine mission, changed the day from Saturday to Sunday.” (James Cardinal Gibbons,The Catholic Mirror, Sept. 23, 1893)
    “We have made the change from the seventh day to the first day, from Saturday to Sunday, on the authority of the one holy Catholic Church.” (Bishop Seymour, “Why We Keep Sunday.”)

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