How do you address God in your prayers?

I send you these recommendations from our Beloved eldest Brother concerning His-our Father. You know that we address Him as Lord, Adonaï, Dieu, Allah, God etc… And yet, Jesus recommends us to address Him as: “Father”.
Matthew tells us that Jesus asks us to pray thus: “Our Father in Heaven etc…” (Matthew 6,7 etc…)

Luke tells us that Jesus prescribes to pray to Him like so: “Father, may your Name be held holy…” (Luke 11,1 etc…) Luke is more intimate, because when we address ourselves to a father, do not say “our Father”, but “Father”, or simply “Dad”. Luke brings us even closer to the Father in not mentioning “who is in Heaven”, because this tender Father is in us, not far away in Heaven.

How do we know if we are sanctifying God’s Name? Those that sanctify this Name, call Him “Father”, or even “Dad and tender Father”. This is how we should address Him. Otherwise, we are not inspired by the Spirit of this blessed Father. Because, it is inspired by the blessed Spirit of this holy Father that our hearts cry out to Him: “Abba, Father”. Paul says: “The proof that you are sons is that God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts: the Spirit that cries, ‘Abba, Father'” (Galatians 4,6). Otherwise we are not sons, nor inspired by the Father’s Spirit.

And Paul still says inspired by the Father’s Spirit: “The Spirit you received is not the Spirit of slaves bringing fear into your lives again; it is the Spirit of sons, and it makes us cry out, ‘Abba, Father!’ The Spirit himself and our spirit bear united witness that we are children of God!” (Romans 8,15-16). Let us realize then, that in saying “Abba, Father”, it is the Spirit of this blessed Father which vivifies us.

The Apostles were unconscious of this marvelous gift of being at that point, real children of this tender Father, not worshipping slaves. When the Apostles asked Jesus to show them the Father, He answered them: “Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father…” (John 14,7-11). Jesus did not present himself as a despot. He incarnated the Father’s tender love to the extreme, up to giving himself on the cross. This is how He revealed the Father’s true Name. Who has seen and understood this, sees the Father, our Father.

Because Jesus, and He alone, could reveal the Father’s true face: “No one knows who the Son is except the Father, and who the Father is except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him” (Luke 10, 22). He well-intended to reveal him to us, so small in the eyes of the world: “I bless you, Father, Lord of heaven and of earth, for hiding these things from the learned and the clever and revealing them to mere children. Yes, Father, for that is what it pleased you to do” (Luke 10,21).

Jesus not only gave us an Eternal Father, all loving and tender, but also a Mother all tender and loving too: Mary. By telling this tender Mother to adopt John as a son, and for him to welcome her as Mother, it is to all his people that Jesus addresses these words and confides them to His Mother, who also becomes our sweet and tender Mom (John 19,26-27).

Let us be attentive then, to this Holy-Spirit who adopts us and cries out in us: “Abba, Father” and “beloved Mother.”
And let us be comforted in these Apocalyptic times where the Woman cries in the pains of childbirth… our new birth as children (Revelation 12).

Who refuses Mary for a Mother does not have God for a Father…

The Rosary

What do you think of the Rosary?

The Rosary is the most beautiful prayer to the Virgin Mary.

In each of her apparitions in Fatima, our Mother insisted in saying:

  1. 13 June 1917: “I want… you to pray the Rosary everyday”.
  2. 19 August 1917: “I want… you to continue to recite the Rosary everyday”.
  3. 13 October 1917: “That we continue to recite always, the Rosary everyday”.

And Lucy, the seer of Fatima, wrote to reverend Father Agostino Fuentes (22 May 1958):

“Since the very holy Virgin has given great efficacy to the holy Rosary, there is no material, spiritual, national or international problem that she cannot resolve with the holy Rosary and with our sacrifices.”

Why is the Rosary this important?

The Hail Mary is the direct result of the Angel Gabriel and Elisabeth’s words addressed to our Mother, under the action of the Holy Spirit (Luke 1,28 / Luke 1,42).

Mary said to Saint Gertrude (in the 13th century):

“Never has man done something more beautiful than the Hail Mary. One cannot greet me in a sweeter way to my heart than by these words full of respect, by which God the Father Himself has greeted me.”

The Hail Mary reminds our Mother of the most beautiful moment of her life. It is the moment where her “spirit exults in God her Saviour; because He has looked upon His lowly handmaid.” (Luke 1,47-48). It is the moment of the incarnation of the eternal Word to give us Life again. “The Word was made flesh, He lived among us” (John 1,14).

To remind our Mother of this blessed moment, is to enter with her in profound communion with the whole Plan of Salvation of our Father.

Now, Mary has the mission of forming Jesus in us. It is by the repetition of the Hail Mary, that Mary forms Jesus in us.

Message of Jesus to Pierre2 (20.02.1982):

“Tell them that the Rosary is like repeating strikes of the sculptor’s chisel, to sculpt the true face of Christ in us, his true traits, his true radiance, his proper gaze.”

The Power of the Rosary

The Rosary is a shield against the forces of evil.

The devil cannot support the Rosary, because he cannot bear our Mother. The devil’s greatest defeat is to have never been able to touch this pure and Immaculate Woman. The Immaculate Conception has always listened to God’s Voice, and has never lent an ear to his voice. It is why, delighting our Mother, annoys him a lot. Every Hail Mary is a strike of the hammer on his head, and the repetition of this stroke of the hammer forces him to go away.
Thus the Rosary is a powerful exorcism. In the worst moments of our lives, it is the Rosary which gives us the strength to get out of them. The Rosary is also the only effective remedy against depression.

Padre Pio called his Rosary “his weapon”.

Through the Rosary, we change the face of the earth. It is our Mother who crushed the head of the infernal serpent, and will crush it still in the near future in the total Triumph of our Father on earth (Revelation 12). In praying the Rosary, we speed up this Triumph.

Why the repetition?

The Rosary is the repetition of noble and positive thoughts towards our Mother, which forms obstacles to the torrent of negative thoughts that attack us during the day.

It is by the repetition of the Hail Mary like a mantra that our spirit calms down, appeases itself, concentrates itself and arrives after some time to enter in the profound communication with the infinitely serene spirit of our Mother.

The repetition is part of the cycle of life. In spiritual life, repetition calms the mind to liberate the spirit.
Through the Rosary, we connect ourselves to Eternity.

Sister Lucy of Fatima said:

“The repetition of the Hail Mary, the Lord’s Prayers, and the Gloria Patri, are the chain that elevates us up to God and attaches us to Him, giving us a participation in His divine life, just as the repetition of the morsels of bread that we feed on, nurture the natural life in us, and we do not call such a thing obsolete! This disorientation is diabolic! Do not let yourselves be deceived.” (Letter of Sister Lucy of the 29th of December 1969, to one of her three nephew priests)

Messages to Pierre2 concerning the Rosary

11.02.1970: “The Rosary, recite ceaselessly the Rosary, ceaselessly the Hail Mary. May it be your favorite prayer.”

11.25.1970: “The Rosary, again the Rosary, always the Rosary! It is by it that you will make your mission easier”.

11.16.1981: Crusade of Rosaries for the return of the Palestinians.

02.20.1982: “It is the Rosary that forms me in the soul and in the eyes of my Mother’s children.
I am Mary’s son, Jesus, son of Mary, the Gospel cries it out on all the rooftops.
I am not ashamed of being the Son of Mary.
It is through her that I assumed my mission of Son of God.
Children of God are children of Mary.
I want the Church of the children of Mary.
It is to believe or not to believe in it, take it or leave it…
Tell them that the Rosary is like the repeated strokes of the sculptor’s chisel.
To sculpt the true Christ face in us, his true features, his true radiance, his true gaze.”

03.17.1982: “My catapult is the censer, the Rosary”.

05.09.1982: “Tell them that I love the Rosary, that I do not resist the Rosary”.

10.20.1983: “The more you pray the Rosary, the more I will manifest myself to you, and the more I will illuminate you as I did with Pio before you”.

05.04.1989: “Your Rosary has weight”.

10.01.1990: “Mom, pray always in me”. “I pray for you since you ask Me in the Rosary… Pray with me in silence”.

01.23.1992: “Pass the time in transforming it into Eternity”. (by the Rosary)

08.10.1992: Jesus: “These Rosaries give Me strength for you, render me muscled”.

05.03.1995: “Go by the Rosary to Mary, not by the Rosary to Jesus. Mary is your Route”.

08.07.1997: “Pray the Rosary and the Virgin will grant you graces and the strength”.

01.15.2004: “Attention: Prayers, Communion, Rosary!”

(In the beginning of the ’80s, at a given time, Pierre2 had many difficulties. Our Father told him that it was because he had neglected during those times the Rosary).

How to pray the Rosary?

  1. The Credo
  2. The “Lord’s Prayer”
  3. Three prayers to “Mater Admirabilis”
  4. Thanks and Praises
  5. The “Lord’s Prayer”, then 11 Hail Marys, followed by “Thanks and Praises” (to repeat three times).

See the prayers below.

In solidarity with Muslims, we pray the Rosary with the 33 beads (the catholic Rosary consists of 5 of the Lord’s Prayer, and 5 tens of the Hail Mary). It is for each person to choose the Rosary that suits them best. There are no obligations. In praying the Rosary, we meditate the life of Jesus and the mysteries of the Apocalypse. We pray against the Antichrist and for the triumph of the chosen.

Annex: Exhortations for the daily Rosary from Our Mother of the Rosary in Fatima

13 May 1917: “Recite the Rosary everyday, so to obtain peace for the world and the end of the war”.

13 June 1917: “I want… that you say the Rosary everyday”.

13 July 1917: “I want… that you to continue to recite the Rosary everyday in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary to obtain peace for the world and the end of the war, because she could alone can help you”.

19 August 1917: “I want… that you to continue to recite the Rosary everyday”.

13 September 1917: “Continue to recite the Rosary, so to obtain the end of the war”.

Commentary of Sister Lucy of Fatima on these words of Our Lady:

“The Message asks us perseverance in prayer, ie to continue on praying to obtain the end of the war. It is true that at that epoch, the Message spoke of the World War that was tormenting humanity then. But this war is also the symbol of many other wars that surround us and which we need to see an end, by our prayer and our sacrifice. I am thinking of the wars which make us the enemies of our eternal salvation: the demon, the world, and our own physical nature.” (Calls of the Message of Fatima, 1st French Edition of July 2003, chapter XVI: Call to perseverance in goodness, page 157)

13 October 1917: “May we always continue on reciting the Rosary everyday.”

“May we recite the Rosary everyday. Our Lady has repeated that in all her apparitions, as to protect us against these times of diabolic disorientation, for that we not allow ourselves to be deceived by false doctrines and that, through the means of prayer, not to weaken the elevation of our soul towards God”. (Letter of Sister Lucy, 12 April 1970, to Maria Teresa of Cunha, one of her friends committed zealously in the defense of the Marian devotion)

“I see by your letter that you are preoccupied by the bewilderment of our times. It is actually very sad that so many people let themselves be dominated by the diabolic wave that sweeps the world, and that they are so blind to the point of being incapable of seeing the error! Their main fault is they have abandoned prayer; they have thus moved away from God, and without God, all they do is wrong: ‘Without Me, you can do nothing'” […]
“The devil is very crafty and searches for our weak points in order to attack us. If we are not careful and attentive to obtain from God the strength, we will fall, because our times are really wicked and we are weak. Only God’s strength can keep us standing.” (Letter of Sister Lucy, of 13 April 1971, to Father José Valinho Salesian, one of her three nephew priests)

“[…] What some lost ones have spread against the recital of the Rosary is false. The light of the sun is older that the recital of the Rosary, and they do not want to stop benefiting from its brightness; older are the psalms, them too, like the prayers that constitute the Rosary, are part of the sacred liturgy.
The repetition of the Hail Mary, the Lord’s Prayer, and the Gloria Patri is the chain which elevates us up to God and attaches us to Him; giving us a participation in His divine life, like the repetition of the morsels of bread which we feed ourselves with and maintain the natural life in us, and we do not call that an obsolete thing!
This disorientation is diabolic! Do not let yourselves be deceived.” (Letter of Sister Lucy, of the 29th of December 1969, to one of her three nephew priests)

Can you tell us how you pray?

To pray, is to talk to our Father and above all, to listen to His voice in our hearts.
It is to put oneself in a state of inner listening.
It is to hear the Voice of our Father to accomplish His Will.

Messages to Pierre2

12/15/1995: “The best prayer is to enter in the plan of God”.

17/03/1997: “Learn to talk to God and learn to listen to him. Many, besides the formulas of prayers prepared by others, do not know how to talk to God. So few know how to listen to Him.”

11/29/1989: Praying is an art, it is not given to all to know how to pray. We often confuse fervor and contention, prayer and worship. To pray fervently does not mean being tense in prayer. We must come to pray with fervor, without restraint, without wrinkles. Pray ardently but in a relaxation, a face with a cheer. Prayer is a symphony that should be played calmly, peacefully, like flowing water, like a clear stream that goes straight in its path. Prayer is an art and we must learn to pray, it is why the apostles asked Jesus: “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11,1)

I want you great. Restraint must be converted into tenderness. Contention is from the devil.

The more tender we are, the better we pray. Our Father resists not to tenderness. (Doris)

The “good thief” touched Christ by a gaze of tenderness on the cross: “Jesus,” he said with tearful eyes of love and of regret for his faults, “remember me when you come into your kingdom.” (Luke 23,42) The heart of Christ has wavered on the spot: “Indeed I promise you, today you will be with me in paradise.” (Luke 23,43)

The prayers

We propose here some prayers that we recite regularly. Of course, each is free to choose the prayers that correspond to their state of mind.


I believe in God, our good Father, Creator of heaven and earth.
I believe that Jesus is the Son of God, His incarnation and the Messiah sent by the Father for the remission of sins of those who believe in Him.
He was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and born of the Immaculate Virgin Mary, and was delivered by Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin to Pontius Pilate,
He suffered for us, was flagellated, crucified, put to death and buried,
He visited the abode of the dead and resurrected the third day as He had foretold.
He appeared to His Apostles, ascended to Heaven, before returning at the end of time to restore all.
I believe that Jesus has already returned, opens the Apocalypse Himself through his special Envoy, unmasks the Antichrist, the Beast of the Apocalypse, and inaugurates the New Heaven and the New Earth.
He manifests Himself again to those who wait for Him to give them Salvation.
I believe in the Holy Spirit given by Jesus to His beloved, in the personal presence of Christ in the Bread of Life, by His Body and His Blood, in the compassionate intercession of the Virgin Mary, in her Immaculate Conception, in her apparitions in Lourdes, La Salette and Fatima, in the Universal Restoration and in the spiritual temple open to all men of good faith.
I believe that Mohammed is prophet of God.
I believe in the intercession and in the communion of the Saints, in the solidarity of the believers, in the forgiveness of sins, in the resurrection of the body, and in Everlasting Life already established in us. Amen.

OUR FATHER (The Lord’s Prayer)
Our Father, who art in us
hallowed be thy name;
Thy kingdom come;
Thy Will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
For thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory, for ever. Amen

(This prayer has been simplified by Pierre2, because after years of engagement, our Father no longer wants us to pray to him “Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses…” Because, as a Good Dad, He gives us the daily bread and He forgives us our trespasses. No longer needed to ask Him all the time).

For those who may want to guard the old prayer: 
… Thy will be done on earth as in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine Alone belong the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory for ever and ever. Amen

Hail Mary, full of grace, Our Father is with thee
Blessed art thou amongst all women and Jesus, your Blessed Son is the Messiah.
Holy Mary, Mother of God and our dearest Mother, pray for us, your children, now and at the blessed hour of our departure. Amen

(The second part of the Hail Mary was added by the Church:
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
Pierre2 has modified it to free us from the culpability of “poor sinners”, and give us a spirit of openness and filial love towards our Mother

A prayer to “Mater Admirabilis” (Admirable Mother) was composed in French, on October 20 1945, by the young “Doris Toutounji”, born June 24, 1930. She was suddenly picked up by Heaven on December 10, 1945, forty days after having composed this beautiful prayer inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Apostles of the Apocalypse love to recite this prayer and to please their “Admirable Mother” by offering it to her every day. They recognize themselves in the “small legion” of her children who “glorify her under this title” (Mary’s Message at Marienfried). Note that Mary’s apparition at Marienfried began in April 1946, four months after Doris’ “death” to join this Admirable Mother to whom she had dedicated this prayer with love.

“Hail Mary, full of grace, brilliant light in which reflects the Divine Trinity. Your name, O Mary, is a widespread balm, and, for us, sinners, an aid always awaiting. The Lord is with You, as You, Oh Mary, is with us, to enlighten, guide and console your children, poor pilgrims who walk in the Valley of tears, their eyes fixed upon You, their sweet Star.
Blessed are You amongst all women, because the Lord has chosen You to be the Mother of the Word Incarnate, without ever allowing sin to tarnish your ravishing whiteness. Jesus, the Fruit of your womb is blessed, because through You has He been given to us, the Unique Savior, who redeems us from death and reopens the gates of Heaven to us. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us who combat now on earth. Be our refuge at all times, so that, at the blessed moment of our death, we may contemplate your sweet face in the splendor of Eternity. Amen.”

Thank you dearest Father in answering our prayers
For our triumph by the Immaculate Heart of Mary, your bride, our admirable Mother.
Glory be to You Father Son and Holy Spirit
O God our Father who is, who was, and who is to come for ever and ever, Amen.
Thank you my Jesus for the first resurrection
And lead all those who are in need of you.
Holy Mother of God
Inflame my heart so that I inflame the world.
Sacred Heart of Jesus
We confide but in You.
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Pray for us who have recourse to you
Paternal Heart of Joseph
We count on you and all of you our brothers and sisters of heaven and of earth, Amen
And you Michael, chief of the heavenly army, push back to hell by the divine force of the Immaculate Conception, Satan and all the evil men who roam the earth in order to ruin the souls. Amen

(see the text “Jesus restores the priesthood”)

To commune with oneself. Say some prayers like the Credo, the Lord’s Prayer, the Hail Mary.

We are united around Jesus, with all our brothers of Heaven and of Earth, tenderly gathered in the Immaculate Heart of Mary our tender Mother, Joseph, Michael, Mohammed to hear Jesus tell us with Love and Fervor:

“Take this and eat it, this is My Body, sacrificed for you, for the remission of sins. Amen.
Drink from this, this is My Blood, the Blood of the New Covenant, poured out for you and for many for the remission of sins. Do this in remembrance of Me”.

Jesus, we do this in remembrance of You
and we all live of it, because we know that this is truly
Your Body and Your Blood, glorified by Your Resurrection
to give us Life in us and glorify us of Your Glory from here on in,
by the Holy Spirit found therein.
We do this with You daily, as a family, and announce Your Return.
Thank You my Jesus for being with us and guarding us always with you. Amen

Taking of the eucharist

Thank you beloved Father for this communion, of the Body and the Blood, in the Soul and in the Divinity of Christ. May this communion and all others, serve our intimate union in You. We offer You Jesus Who is in us, and we offer ourselves to You, with Him and in Him, united in the Heart of Mary, with all the prayers of the martyrs persecuted by the Antichrist. Amen.

Our Mother of the Apocalypse, Immaculate Mother of God and our dearest Mother, protect us in the fight. Be our safeguard against the malice and the traps of men and demons, may God make them feel your Empire, we beseech you. And you Michael, chief of the Heavenly Army, drive back to Hell by the divine strength of the Immaculate Conception Satan and all wicked men who roam the earth so to ruin the souls. Amen.

Sacred Heart of Jesus, we confide but in You.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us who have recourse to you
Paternal Heart of Joseph, we count on you and all of you our brothers and sisters of heaven and of earth. Amen.

We promise you, Mary the Immaculate, our dearest Mother, you Our Lady of La Salette and of Fatima, to be witnesses in the world of your Immaculate Heart, in witnessing for Justice and Truth, as Jesus, your Son, taught us. Grant us your all-powerful aid so to be faithful to our oath. Amen.
In your hands, Mary, I commend my spirit and entrust our prayer, our mission, our struggle, our family and our eternal life. Augment in us internal life, the knowledge of God’s will, assurance, strength, love, intelligence, wisdom, discernment, the spirit of prophecy, equilibrium in all things and to be aware of living in your sweet company. Amen.

To our Father
Beloved Father, invest us with Your Mightiness to fight Satan and his like.
And come renew everything by the Mightiness of Your Spirit. Amen.

To our Guardian Angel
Angel of God, our Guardian
Illuminate us, guard us,
Administer and govern us,
We who have been entrusted to you by the Heavenly Mercy. Amen

The Eternal Rest (to the souls of Purgatory)
Father, give them their Eternal Rest
And may the perpetual light glow on them,
May they rest in peace. Amen.

(see text below)

Surah 1: Al Fatiha
“In the name of God, the Compassionate, Most Merciful.
Praise be to God, Lord of the Worlds:
The Compassionate,
Lord of the Day of Judgement.
It is You we worship, and upon You we call for help
Guide us to the straight path,
The path of those upon whom Your grace abounds,
Not those upon whom anger falls,
Nor those who have gone astray.”

Surah 2, verse 255, called verse of the Throne (Ayah al-koursayy)
“God, there is no god but He, Living and Everlasting.
Neither slumber overtakes Him nor sleep.
To Him belongs what is in the heavens and what is on earth.
Who shall intercede with Him except by His leave?
He knows their present affairs and their past.
And they do not grasp of His knowledge except what He wills.
His throne encompasses the heavens and the earth, preserving them is no burden to Him.
He is Exalted, the Majestic.”

Surah 45, Those who are kneeling, 36-37
“Praise be to God,
Lord of the heavens and earth, Lord of mankind!
To Him be exaltation in the heavens and earth!
He is Almighty, All-Wise.”

Sura 59, The Mustering, 22-24
“He is God,
There is no god but He,
Knower of the Unseen and the Seen,
All-Merciful, the Compassionate.
He is God,
There is no god but He,
Sovereign, All-Holy, the Bringer of Peace
The All-Faithful, the All-Preserver,
The Almighty, the All-Compelling,
The All-Sublime!
Glory to Him far above what they associate with Him!
He is God,
The Creator, Originator, Giver of Forms,
To Him belong the Names most beautiful;
All on earth and in heaven magnify Him;
He is the Almighty, the All-Wise.”

“O God, help me to remind myself of You, to express my gratitude to you and to apply perfectly my adoration for You.” (Narrated by Ahmad, Abu Daoud, Nasa’i and Hakim)

“O God, You are Salvation, from You comes peace. Blessed are You, O Lord, You who holds majesty and munificence.” (Narrated by Mouslim)

Prayer in a material building?

One reader insists on the usefulness of churches as places to pray in. He writes us:

In one of your replies, you tell me that the Apostles used to reunite in the Temple to consult the Scriptures, as they had no texts at home. This is credible. In Acts 3,1, it is written that Peter and John went up to the Temple for the prayers at the ninth hour. What can you tell me about that?

The Apostles reunited at the Temple to consult the Scriptures, and above all to witness. Jesus did the same (Luke 22,53).

Paul witnessed at the Temple or in the Synagogue (Acts 17,2-4). The Apostles frequented the Temple everyday, and “broke” the Bread in their homes (Acts 2,46-48).

By witnessing, the Apostles glorified Jesus and, thanks to Him, cured people and did miracles. Therefore, many among the people converted (Acts chapters 3 and 4).

The Apostles did not go up to the Temple to pray, but to meet the people who were there for prayer, and announce to them of the Messiah’s Advent. Therefore to witness.

For the Apostles still had the teachings and example of Jesus in them:

“When you pray, go to your private room…” (Matthew 6,5-7)

When Jesus prayed, He used to retire to a private place, all alone (Matthew 14,23 / Mark 1,35)

“Now it was about this time that He went into the hills to pray; and He spent the whole night in prayer to God.” (Luke 6,12)

And after all, what prayer in common can there be, between those who recognize Jesus as Messiah and those who deny Him? What common prayer can there be today between those who witness against the Antichrist and those who accept and praise him (see the open Letter to John Paul II)?

Paul already encourages us to have a firm attitude:

“Do not harness yourselves in an uneven team with unbelievers. Virtue is no companion for crime. Light and darkness have nothing in common. Christ is not the ally of Beliar, nor has a believer anything to share with an unbeliever. The Temple of God has no common ground with idols, and that is what we are—the Temple of the living God. We have God’s words for it: I will make my home among them and live with them; I will be their God and they shall be my people. Then come away from them and keep aloof, says the Lord. Touch nothing that is unclean, and then I will welcome you and be your father, and you shall be my sons and daughters, says the Almighty Lord.” (2 Corinthians 6,14-18)

The impious today is the Antichrist, the State of Israel, and all those who associate themselves with it.
And St. John’s Apocalypse launches the same appeal to all the upright and faithful hearts:

“‘Come out, my people, away from her (Babylon the Great) so that you do not share in her crimes and have the same plagues to bear…'” (Revelation 18,4)

Babylon the Great is Jerusalem, the heart of global Zionism.
It is to you to choose your camp through prayer and discernment.
As far as we are concerned, we place ourselves on the side of the Apostles who had said before the Jewish high priest and the whole Sanhedrin:

“Obedience to God comes before obedience to men.” (Acts 5,29)

“You must judge whether in God’s eyes it is right to listen to you and not to God. We cannot stop proclaiming what we have seen and heard.” (Acts 4,19)

And Paul confirms:

“Anyone who does not have the Spirit of Christ does not belong to Him.” (Romans 8,9)

The Book of Revelation says:

“Anyone gifted with the Spirit may interpret the number of the Beast…” (Revelation 13,18)

Who then belongs to Christ today?

Let us stop living in the Church’s spirit of fear.
Let us enter through the worship “in Spirit and in Truth” (John 4,24), in the “freedom and glory as the children of God.” (Romans 8,21)