Has anyone else been thinking this way lately?
(04-17-2017, 09:55 PM)Melkite Wrote:
(04-17-2017, 09:18 PM)In His Love Wrote: People who stare at the sun while standing in mud don't usually believe the world is about to end because the sun is plummeting to the ground and causing them to repent right there and confess their sins out loud. Staring at the sun doesn't dry up all the mud on the ground. It also usually doesn't make the skeptics in the crowd believe anything special is going on, nor does it make secular newspapers publish articles about the event.

Exactly.  Most of the people there didn't see the sun plummet to the ground.  They saw it spin and change colors.  Whether they saw the mud dried up, many of them didn't say one way or the other.  But even if it did, if demons can make people levitate, speak languages they've never studied, climb walls and walk on ceilings, certainly they can dry out some mud.

Why on earth would a 'demon' tell three children to pray the Rosary and to wear the Brown Scapular?

I would be very, very careful about this. Yes, Fatima is a private revelation, but it's one thing to not follow the message and a whole other thing to say it's demonic in origin.

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Re: Has anyone else been thinking this way lately? - by In His Love - 04-17-2017, 10:08 PM

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