- One Week After Jews Cry Out For Antichrist, Pope Francis Will Hold A Chrislam One World Religion Prayer Meeting In Ur Where Abraham Was Born
by Geoffrey Grider, https://www.nowtheendbegins.com/
The father of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Abraham is described in the biblical book of Genesis as living in the city before God called upon him to create a new nation in a land he later learned was Canaan. The inter-religious prayer service will be attended by Christians, Muslims, Mandaean-Sabaean, Yazidi and other religious minorities present in Iraq. The focus will be on harmony between religious groups in a service the Vatican has named “Prayer for the sons and daughters of Abraham”.
Pope Francis is due to hold an inter-religious Chrislam prayer service at the ancient Mesopotamian site of Ur when he visits Iraq next week – an event local archeologists hope will draw renewed attention to the place revered as the birthplace of Abraham.
Pope Francis is sending another shot across the bow as he continues to work assembling the One World Religion of Chrislam foretold in bible prophecy. This time he is bringing his end times road show to the birthplace of Abraham in Iraq at Ur of the Chaldees. Abraham in the bible is at the head of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and he will retain his ‘top of the pyramid’ status as his name is claimed for the Abraham Accords, the Abrahamic Family House and the Abrahamic Faiths Initiative.
“Thou art the LORD the God, who didst choose Abram, and broughtest him forth out of Ur of the Chaldees, and gavest him the name of Abraham;” Nehemiah 9:7 (KJB)
This month it’s the 2-year anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Human Fraternity, the end times covenant that birthed the official kick-off of Chrislam in Abu Dhabi with Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb. Hard to believe it’s two years already, isn’t it? Yesterday, orthodox Jews began praying for Antichrist to come, next week the False Prophet will hold a Chrislam One World Religion conclave in Ur, and tomorrow? It just might be Flight #777 taking off, hope you’re ready to fly.