Pope Says He Wants To Change The Words To The Lord’s Prayer

This is the worst pope of out times he doesn’t follow Christian principles he promotes his liberal agenda turning his back on the gospels.

Today he gave us another statement that just confirms what I said about him!

The Lord’s Prayer might be the best-known prayer in Christianity, however, Pope Francis thinks many worshippers have been reciting the wrong words.

The prayer – also known as the “Our Father” – asks God to “lead us not into temptation”.
Francis said the Catholic Church in France had opted for a different phrasing, which worked around this particular issue.

The French translation uses the phrase ‘do not let us fall into temptation’ as an alternative, which, the Pope said, implies that the fault would be human.

He indicated that it or something similar should be applied worldwide.

The prayer is part of Christian liturgical culture and memorized from childhood by hundreds of millions of people within all branches of the religion – both Catholic and Protestant.

But how can he if it came from God like you cannot rewrite history that is like someone trying to rewrite the bible itself to suit their own agendas.

He has no right to that. He is not God we worship. Those words are in existence thousands of years before he was born.

Alex D.

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4 years ago

He truly knows nothing!

From Martin Luther’s Small Catechism, section on the Lords Prayer:

“And lead us not into temptation.

What does this mean?

God, indeed, tempts no one; but we pray in this petition that God would guard and keep us, so that the devil, the world, and our flesh may not deceive us, nor seduce us into misbelief, despair, and other great shame and vice; and though we be assailed by them, that still we may finally overcome and gain the victory.”

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