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Old 28th March 2016, 10:07 AM
jeromeindesert jeromeindesert is offline
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Unhappy Great catholic Monarch, Henry V, came and went

Do some investigation first.
The prediction about the Catholic Monarch was a direct reference to Henry
V who returned to France and restored Catholicism.

This happened sometime in the 1800s.

You will never ever again see another "great" catholic Monarch.

Use of the term "monarch" turns most people off. Democracy and presidents and prime ministers are the only persons of great authority
that now have the ability to do the things that have been misnomered
to a "monarch".

The fellow from Europe you mention shows no promise of doing anything "great". How can you actually predict a "catholic monarch"
when people are falling further and further into the abyss and the apostasy
is fully underway?

I note that Ron deletes posts that mention things about his multiple failed predictions. Theologians make "educated guesses". The more times those predictions don't occur, the more audience they lose.
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Old 28th March 2016, 11:03 AM
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I note that Ron deletes posts that mention things about his multiple failed predictions. Theologians make "educated guesses". The more times those predictions don't occur, the more audience they lose.

That's a good sign! In the current wordly society theologians that write and say what people want to hear have a great following, those who try to write and speak about what Faith requires us to do have small audience and the more they loose. I don't think Ron cares much about how many followers he has, he is much humble to pride himself with numbers. But why does it concern you that much? What do you have to say about the theology he writes? This forum has been created for that specific purpose, teach and guide readers in understanding topics of Faith, not agree on dates of future events. If that is what you are looking for this is not the right forum. By the way it's his forum so he can post his own speculations.
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Old 28th March 2016, 11:15 AM
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Do some investigation first.
You will never ever again see another "great" catholic Monarch.

Use of the term "monarch" turns most people off. Democracy and presidents and prime ministers are the only persons of great authority
that now have the ability to do the things that have been misnomered
to a "monarch".

The fellow from Europe you mention shows no promise of doing anything "great". How can you actually predict a "catholic monarch"
when people are falling further and further into the abyss and the apostasy
is fully underway?

The use of the term "monarch" or "king" to define a head of a state or country is not unusual, since Scripture itself uses it to describe future rulers especially in Revelation, but also prophets such as Daniel. That makes sense since the Bible uses the language that made sense to the authors and people of those ages.

A "great catholic monarch" is predicted in the future, not among the current head of states. On what basis do you exclude that there might be a future christian and devout ruler? Why can't future be better than it is now? Even not considering the many prophecies that have been made and citing Revelation but on a pure rational basis that is even absence of Hope for a better world and society. The prayers of the faithful can and should be directed in asking God for good and just rulers in any time.
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