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Uploaded by on Sep 4, 2013 Pope Francis strongly reaffirmed his calls for peace. During the first general audience after his summer vacation, he invited the w...

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  1. Edward Q. Guerrero
    1 year ago

    A day of Prayer September 7, 2013

    Pope Francis recently called for a day of dedicated prayer, unified prayers for peace and calm in the devastated Syrian nation. Pope Francis, well versed in theology stressed the need of unity of the Believers. Here for the world wide day participation unification of the faithful is the key to this effort. In, 2 Corinthians 10 in this passage promises us that: St. Paul tell us...

    2 Yes, my appeal to you is that I should not have to be bold when I am actually with you, or show the same self-assurance as I reckon to use when I am challenging those who reckon that we are guided by human motives.

    3 For although we are human, it is not by human methods that we do battle.

    4 The weapons with which we do battle are not those of human nature, but they have the power, in God's cause, to demolish fortresses. It is ideas that we demolish,

    5 every presumptuous notion that is set up against the knowledge of God, and we bring every thought [prayer] into captivity and obedience to Christ;

    6 once you have given your complete obedience, we are prepared to punish any disobedience.

    Please pray to demolish the evil strong hold in Syria!

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