Mother Teresa of Calcutta: False Christian   5 comments

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Dreams from the LORD 2007-2010
29 August 2007

On the 25th of August, I hitchhiked from Kooskia to Boise. I got dropped off in Boise and got something to eat at a McDonald’s restaurant. I read this newspaper article, while I was eating, and it was about Mother Teresa of Calcutta. The article said that during a crisis in her faith, she prayed to the Pope in 1958. She prayed to the Pope? You gotta be kidding me! Only a heathen moron would pray to the flogging Pope! Since I had first heard about Mother Teresa’s work in Calcutta, I had always scanned news articles to see if she ever talked about Jesus. She never did. Maybe she repented of her sin on her deathbed and asked Christ into her life, but I solemnly assure you: if she had the same nonfaith that she had in 1958 when she passed from this life, she is most definitely burning in hell.

Helping orphans or poor people in Calcutta or any other work will not appease God’s wrath–only the Blood of Jesus will. What horrible arrogance and pride to think that your work or effort can save you from hell. And Mother Teresa got a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979–she definitely made peace with the world system–the world absolutely loved her–but did she ever make peace with God through His son Jesus Christ? Again, maybe she got saved on her deathbed. I was never impressed with her life. Now, if she got saved (by grace through faith; not by works lest any man should boast), and later, when she could perceive the Lord’s voice speak to her spirit, and the Lord told her to go to Calcutta to help the poor–well then, that would be absolutely beautiful! That would be called a good work because the Lord told her to do it. The will of man always precedes a work; the will of God always precedes a good work. You can always judge a tree by its fruit.

I remember many years ago–it might have been in 1986 or 1987–this TV news program was interviewing Jimmy Swaggart (a well-known TV evangelist in the 1980s) and they asked him about Mother Teresa. He said that Mother Teresa’s working with the poor in Calcutta would not save her from hell. Let me tell you: the world let out a howl when he said that. How dare Jimmy Swaggart speak about Mother Teresa like that–the world was in love with Mother Teresa (but, of course, the world hates Jesus Christ with a perfect hatred). But Jimmy Swaggart spoke the truth: our works cannot save us; we are saved by grace through faith.

When Mother Teresa fed those poor people in Calcutta, did she give them the Bread from Heaven, that is, the Lord Jesus Christ (and I am not talking about that little cracker that some priest gives out during a so-called communion ritual at a church service)? (I am in constant communion with my Heavenly Father–it is a spiritual communion–it’s not eating crackers in some dead church) Or did she give them the food that perishes? Give people the Gospel first and then give them food for their bellies. Seek the Kingdom of Heaven first and everything else shall be added unto you. When we abide in Christ, we are broken bread and poured out wine (a sacrificial life–like Christ’s death on the Cross and his sacrificial ministry as he walked the earth) to those around us. If we abide in Christ, we can only bear much fruit to feed those hungry hearts that the Lord has placed in our path. If you don’t have a relationship with Jesus Christ, you are spiritually dead and you can only give people stale bread and swamp water. Abide in Christ and people will be drawn toward you and then you can give them the Bread from Heaven.

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Hebrews 13: 13: “Let us go forth therefore unto him without the camp, bearing his reproach.”

I John 4: 5-6: “They are of the world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world heareth them. We are of God: he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth not us. Hereby know we the spirit of truth, and the spirit of error.”

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  1. Judge not!

    “Who is Jesus to me? Jesus is the Word made Flesh. Jesus is the Bread of Life. Jesus is the Victim offered for our sins on the cross. Jesus is the sacrifice offered at holy Mass for the sins of the world and for mine. Jesus is the Word – to be spoken. Jesus is the Truth – to be told. Jesus is the Way – to be walked. Jesus is the Light – to be lit. Jesus is the Life – to be lived. Jesus is the Love – to be loved,” – Mother Teresa

  2. I have a real problem with this: “Jesus is the sacrifice at holy Mass for the sins of the world and for mine.” Most Catholics think that the little, round wafer that the priest holds in his hands is the Body of Christ. What horrible idolatry! It is absolutely degrading!

    I Corinthians 2: 15: “But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man.”

    From the information that I have gathered, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was not a Christian.

    Matthew 7: 21-23: “Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.”

    John 19: 30: “When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.”

  3. She was also reportedly haunted by the demon of depression. (Just do a search for ‘Mother Teresa depression’, and you will see what I’m referring to.) She might have felt that helping others was a way to fight off those feelings. Unfortunately, casting out such demons is the only way to truly be rid of them. (Learning how to live with the spirit of depression – which she reportedly tried to do – will only make it worse in the long run!)

    ‘The holy mass’ is no such thing. It is symbolically recreating Christ’s death on the cross every time they say it, and it copies much of its actions from the old pagan satanists. (This was a shocking discovery for me. Doc Marquis has some good youtube videos showing the Catholic mass and a satanists mass side by side. There really is not much difference!) Anyways, Christ died for us ONCE. And once is all it took…

  4. Amen. I was raised in a very idolatrous Irish Catholic family and went to Catholic schools. The way I was raised, the Catholic Mass was a place to socialize and, if your were a businessman, it was good for business–especially if there were a lot of Catholics in your town. The Catholic church that I went to had one of the largest parishes in the state of Iowa. Our county had two Catholic high schools at one time.

    The proof is in the pudding: the world absolutely was in love with Mother Teresa of Calcutta; the world hates the Lord Jesus Christ with a perfect hatred. If Jesus Christ were walking in the flesh today, would he get a Nobel Peace Prize? Of course not! Because Jesus convicts people of sin! The Blood of Jesus gives us peace with our heavenly Father, but brings enmity between Christians and the world system (Satan). “The love of the world is enmity with the Father.”

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