Gabriel Boric had only been in office for a day when he organized a pagan ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Chile. On Saturday, March 12, 2022, Gabriel Boric began his second day as President by performing a pagan rite with members of the Yagán, Lican Antai, Mapuche Pewenche, Rapa Nui, Mapuche Lafkenche, Diaguita, Füta Warria, and Colla indigenous faiths. Later that day, President Gabriel Boric attended an interfaith prayer and worship service with Adventists, Roman Catholics, Evangelicals, and indigenous spirit mediums.
The highest authorities of Chile’s executive, legislative, and judicial powers attended, including ministers of the state, deputies, cabinet members, and the different commanders-in-chief of the Armed Forces. The President of the Chilean Episcopal Conference, Rome’s highest governing authority in Chile, Cardinal Celestino Aós, Archbishop of Santiago, presided over the ceremony. Once again, Rome was in control.
In his speech, Cardinal Celestino Aós spoke of the need to “seek a Chile where we all live together, respecting each other, listening to each other, dialoguing, collaborating” and “fostering a mystique of brotherhood” while building “a more efficient social organization.” The Prayer to Saint Francis of Assis was sung at the end of the ecumenical service.
This is the same kind of fraternal coexistence that Pope Francis has been promoting for years among the various religious communities. Catholics, apostate Protestants, Adventists, Jews, Muslims, and witch doctors all gathered to celebrate their differences. In view of the demonic activities that are occurring in the modern ecumenical movement, we urgently need to reform our evangelistic imperatives and relationships with the other churches. In the framework of today’s ecumenical movement, which is falling deeper into spiritualism every day, the fullness of the Seventh-day Adventist faith cannot exist. This, according to God, will lead us astray:
“The alliances made by the Israelites [Adventists] with their heathen neighbors [Catholics and witch doctors, spirit mediums] resulted in the loss of their identity as God’s peculiar people. They became leavened by the evil practices of those with whom they formed forbidden alliances. Affiliation with worldlings caused them to lose their first love, and their zeal for God’s service. The advantages they sold themselves to gain, brought only disappointment, and caused the loss of many souls” (Review and Herald, August 4, 1904). #sda #adventist #adventista
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