Jack Van Impe Presents of January 31st 2015. Today Rexella and Jack talk about: Pope Francis sets his course. Pope Francis suggest that atheist good deeds will get them into Heaven. Pope Francis says that “Authentic Islam apposes violence”.

Christian you need to watch this video.

If you feel the Holy Spirit nudging you, then today is the day of Salvation. It’s as easy as your ABC’s to know if you are saved.

A. Admit you are a sinner, all of us have sinned and fallen short. Confess your sin to God and Repent.
B. Believe that God sent His Son Jesus to pay for your sin, a price you cannot pay, that Jesus died and rose again victorious, defeating death and the grave and even now stands at Gods right hand. His blood covering will clean you before God.
C. Call on Jesus Holy Name. Ask Jesus into your heart to be your Saviour. Confess with your mouth, believe in your heart, and you will be saved

Salvation cannot be lost…

It cannot be lost, you would have to declare the Grace of God insufficient.

Or find the Grace of Jesus Christ faulty.
Or get Christ to take back His Righteousness.
Or have the pardon removed from your sin.

You cannot lose your salvation, as God would have to take back His pardon, You would have to be aborted and removed from the family of God, by God since you were born again as Jesus told Nicodemus you must to be born again.

If you are saved then nothing can take you from the hand of God, nothing can remove the salvation and righteousness that God has given to you.

10 thoughts on “Jack Van Impe – Pope Francis and the path to Heaven”

  1. Interesting thought.  But I wonder what the work of angels are when we have to use Scripture.  For us, we "SPEAKING to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, SINGING AND MAKING melody in your heart to the Lord" (Eph. 5:19)  Now if I may use this Scripture to get my point across concerning "angels singing?"

    First we are taking about the Spirit World, where God "Who maketh his angels spirits; his ministers a flaming fire:  Who laid the foundation of the earth that it should not be removed for ever. (Ps. 104:4-5)  Now the words "spirit" and "spirits" are found 551 times in Scripture.  From these references, the 297 times "angel" and "angels" are found, and from over 20,000 others about God who is a spirit being, we learn all there is to know about the spirit world. By "the spirit world" we mean all the various kinds of spirit beings that inhabit the unseen material worlds in space and under the earth (Phil.2:10; Rev. 5:3, 10). Now there are 10 kinds of Spirit Beings besides God, but let us define and the usage of the word "angel"  The word literally means messenger and is used of Christ, angels, and men.
    Christ, the second Person of the Trinity appeared to men as the messenger of God (1 Cor. 10:4,9; 11:3). And to give you a few more examples of this that He is called:-
    #  The angel of God (Gen. 21:17; 31:11; Acts 27:23; etc:
    #  The angel of the Lord (Gen. 16:7-11; 22:11, 15; Acts 7:30-38: etc; etc.
    The word angel is used of common angels in Ps. 104:4 and it is used of men in Rev. 1:1, 20; 2:1, 8, 12, 18; etc;

    Now let us look at the "Nature of angels" (common angels)  They are heavenly spirit beings with:- personal spirit bodies with bodily parts, as hands, feet, eyes, heads, voices (yes voices), mouths, hair, faces, and other parts which men have (Gen. 18:2, 4, 8; 19:1-22; Judg. 13:6) Yes, we have 104 appearances of Angels to men in Scripture.

    Not only that, they have personal souls with emotions (Lk. 15:1-10); passions (Gen. 18:8; 19:3(; anger (Rev. 12:12); enmity (Gen. 3:15); lusts (Jn. 8:44); vengeance (1 Pet. 5:8); desires (1 Pet. 1:12); pride (Ez. 28:17; 1 Tim. 3:16) and there are other soul passions, feelings, and desires mentioned in Scripture.

    Now there is so much to mention in Scripture about angels, that they are working daily and meeting responsibilities that only beings with personal bodies, souls, and spirits are capable of:-
    # They drive spirit horses (2 Ki. 2:12; 6:13-17; Zech. 1:7-11; 6:1-6);
    # Guard gates (Rev. 21:12);
    # Wage war in actual bodily combat (2 Thess. 1:7-10; Rev. 12:7-9);
    # Execute judgments (Gen. 19:2; 2 Sam. 24; 2 Ki. 19:35; 2 Chr. 32:21; Ps. 78:49; Mt. 13:41-42); etc; etc:
    # Minister to Saints (1 Ki. 19:5-7; Dan. 6:22; Mt. 4:11; Acts 10; Heb. 1:14);
    # Rule nations (Dan. 10:13-21; 12:1);
    # Help each individual (Mt. 18:10);
    # Sing, praise, and worship God (Ps. 103:20; 148:2; Lk. 2:13; Rev. 5:11);
    # Strengthen in trial (Mt. 4:11; Lk. 22:43);
    # Lead sinners to gospel wokers (Acts 10:3;

    Yes, there is so much to say about angels, and I have not even touched on this subject, and go into mentioning Demons or unclean spirits of (Ps. 106:37)

    May God bless our Jack and Rexella and team.  Amen

  2. Pope frances is one of the false prophets. Do not be deceive by him Jesus is the truth and the light and the way.when you repent your sins god will forgive you and stay faithful to god.pray everyday and read your bible daily.

  3. Thank you for providing these videos.   I love brother jack
     to God be the glory.

  4. Islamophobia was invented to silence you.

    “A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.” – Winston Churchill

    Rarely is a statement more apropos than the above quote by Winston Churchill, given the circumstances in which we find ourselves at this exact moment. Just several days ago, a religious extremist entered a cafe in Sydney, Australia, taking over a dozen hostages. 16 hours later, shots were fired, police stormed the building, and three people died.

    If I were to ask you what religion this extremist practiced, what would first come to mind? Judaism? Christianity? Hinduism? The likelihood, given the current climate in which we live, is that you would immediately guess Islam—I know I would. And you would be correct. But why do we assume Islamic extremism when we don’t necessarily know it to be the case? What drives that assumption? If I hear about a bombing in a major US city, what causes me to infer Islamic extremism? Is it because I’m a racist? Ask anyone on MSNBC, and they will tell you that my assumptions are Islamophobic. But is that in fact the case?

    To understand what drives the Islamic connection, we must first identify what would cause a person to make an assumption in any situation. Certainly, ignorance can be a contributing factor behind assumptions, but generally speaking, one makes assumptions based not on ignorance, but upon a scale of evidence. If I were to make the assumption that my black friend voted for Obama, it would be based on what I have observed in life, and what I know to be the case statistically. 95% of black Americans voted for Barack Obama in 2008, as did 93% in 2012. In this situation, it can be argued with reasonable certainty that my assumption is correct. Given that, what could possibly lead one to make the assumption that a violent attack with radical religious elements was Islamic in nature? The answer is that a preponderance of evidence supports that assumption.

    Is it possible that I could be incorrect in my assumption? Certainly. However, given the statistics, my assumption is very likely correct.

    According to Joel B. Pollak of Breitbart, over the course of the Sydney siege–as it is being called–the number one trending topic on Twitter was #illridewithyou:
    “As a potential terror attack and hostage crisis unfolded in Sydney, Australia, the number one trending topic on Twitter worldwide is “#illridewithyou”—a hashtag created to demonstrate solidarity with Muslims supposedly under greater threat than the hostages.”

    During the 16 hour crisis, what was foremost on the minds of those tagging posts with #illridewithyou was not the lives of the hostages in the Lindt Cafe, but the reputations of non-radical Muslims around the world. In a vacuum, the sentiment behind the hashtag might be a good one–as Pollak noted in his piece–but given the situation occurring in Sydney, it was absolutely shocking. The western world’s laser focus on stamping out alleged Islamophobia at every turn has taken precedent over reality.

    We live in a world in which radical Islamic terrorists murder thousands of innocent people every year. That is a fact. In 2012, radical Islamic terrorists were responsible for over 11,000 deaths worldwide. That is a fact. Members of these terrorist organizations practice what they believe to be pure Islam. That is a fact. Regardless of your opinion on what is, and is not “real” Islam, those who are killing thousands proudly proclaim Islam as their faith. It doesn’t matter if they are not “real,” peaceful Muslims, what matters is that they are killing people.

    To rush to the defense of peaceful Muslims every time a radical Muslim perpetrates a violent act against the western world is to claim that people do not possess the intellectual ability to distinguish between what is good, and what is bad. Additionally, it devalues the lives lost to radical Islamic attacks. This behavior removes focus from the root of the problem, and places it elsewhere, which could have severe consequences.

    If we are afraid to discuss radical Islam for fear of offending peaceful Muslims, or causing hate, we cannot fully execute a proper defense against what is empirically an interconnected, worldwide threat. If we fail to keep an eye on CAIR (Center for American Islamic Relations)—which has a list of connections to terrorist organizations the likes of which should terrify even the most ardent liberal—because we fear offending Muslims, we are leaving ourselves vulnerable to attack. If we turn a blind eye to the Muslim Brotherhood because we fear offending Mullins, we are ignoring reality. If we refuse to even consider profiling those whose religious affiliation could make them a potential threat because we fear offending Muslims, what’s the point of defending ourselves at all?

    It is neither bigoted, nor Islamophobic to call radical Islam what it is: radical. Nor is it wrong to claim, given the statistics, that radical Islam is a pervasive and existential threat to the western world. It is those who would deny reality that place us in harm’s way. We have entered a time in which telling the truth—as George Orwell put it—is a revolutionary act.

  5. I am catholic, but I really want to send this video to the Vatican, we may have differences, but we as Catholics, always believe in the Christian principles this Jack mentioned, we`ve been even very criticized through the history for being relentless about it, and now the clergy is abandon our 2000 years doctrine. What can I say?

  6. Pope Francis has been talking about those who are not Christians since he has taken the Papal seat also known as throne of the kingdom of Israel, often called the "throne of David" or "throne of Solomon". … The Pope's throne …
    And called by many who are not Catholic, and are washed in Jesus Blood … SATAN'S THRONE.

    Pope Francis keeps saying that Jesus is not the only way to Heaven, and that those who are in sin shall go to Heaven.

    Let's see what Jesus has to say about this subject:
    John 14:6 “ Jesus saith unto him, I am the way , the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”KJV

    Romans 3:25 “Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood , to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God;” KJV

    Romans 5:9 “Much more then, being now justified by his blood , we shall be saved from wrath through him.”KJV

    John 3:5-7 “Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again “ KJV

    Huh … quite a bit of difference isn't there?

    This week Jack Van Impe Presents will discuss Pope Francis and other news stories that are current events, comparing them to God's Holy and preserved Word from the King James Version of the bible.

    This would be a great time to get out your bible and compare what is said with what is written in God's Holy Word. Be a Berean and always check in with the Word.

    Are you looking for that blessed hope and listening for His call to “come up hither” Do you know if you are Saved and going to Heaven?

    Yes this is the Rapture of the Bride and the 1st Resurrection … don't miss it and be left behind with Pope Francis. I don't think you will like taking part in the 2nd Resurrection and the consequences that will come with it.

    It's as easy as your ABC's to know if you are saved.

    A. Admit you are a sinner, all of us have sinned and fallen short. Confess your sin to God and Repent.
    B. Believe that God sent His Son Jesus to pay for your sin, a price you cannot pay, that Jesus died and rose again victorious, defeating death and the grave and even now stands at Gods right hand. His blood covering will clean you before God.
    C. Call on Jesus Holy Name. Ask Jesus into your heart to be your Saviour. Confess with your mouth, believe in your heart, and you will be saved

    Salvation cannot be lost…

    It cannot be lost, you would have to declare the Grace of God insufficient.

    Or find the Grace of Jesus Christ faulty.
    Or get Christ to take back His Righteousness.
    Or have the pardon removed from your sin.

    You cannot lose your salvation, as God would have to take back His pardon, You would have to be aborted and removed from the family of God, by God since you were born again as Jesus told Nicodemus you must to be born again.

    If you are saved then nothing can take you from the hand of God, nothing can remove the salvation and righteousness that God has given to you.

  7. Jack's Question of the week:
     
    Dr. Van Impe,
    A Deacon in my church said that the Bible doesn’t say angels sing. Although I cant find a scripture in the King James Bible, that specifically says angels sing, doesn’t it allude to the fact that they do sing? Here are the verses I found: Job 38:7, Rev. 5:11-13, Luke 2:13-14. Are there any verses in the Bible that specifically say, angels sing? I watch your program all the time & couldn’t think of anyone better to ask than someone who knows the Bible so well.
    Thank You,
    Tammy W.

    The Bible seems to indicate that angels say or proclaim, and do not sing. In Job 38:7 it says that the stars sang and the sons of God shouted. In Job 1:6 the sons of God are identified as angels.

    W.A. Criswell, in his Expository Sermons on Revelation had this to say about angels not singing:

    “Another thing which is astonishing to me is that angels never sing. Never! When I stumbled into that fact, it was an amazing discovery! I had already made up my mind, before I say these things, that I am going to keep referring to angels singing, even though it is not true. To do so is traditional. After all, did they not sing when Jesus was born? Always people have spoken about the angels singing when Jesus was born. ‘Glory to God in the highest and on earth…’you know the angels song. So I turned to Luke 2:13 and read, ‘ And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host SAYING Glory to God in the highest’. So it was in the book of Revelation too. ‘And there was a great host of angels SAYING with a loud voice’. Never in the Bible do angels sing. Never! They always SAY. They are in a doxology, in a chorus, they are in a recitative, they are all together, SAYING, but never in the Bible do the angels sing!

    That was an astonishing discovery to me. So I began reading, studying, probing and trying to find out why angels do not sing, and this is the best reason that I can find. Always the redeemed sing. God’s blood-washed sing. God’s children sing. But angels do not sing. Here is my conclusion: Music is made up of major and minor chords. The minor chords speak of wretchedness, death and sorrow of this fallen creation. Most of nature moans and groans in a plaintive minor key. The sound of the wind through the forest, the sound of the storm, the sound of the wind around the house, is always in a minor key. It wails…Even the nightingales’ song, the sweetest song of the birds, is the saddest. All this reflects the wretchedness, the despair, the hurt, the agony, the travail of this fallen creation. But an angel knows nothing of this. The major key and major chords are chords of triumph and victory. Surely God has taken us out of the miry clay. He has taken us out of the horrible pit. He has set our feet on the solid rock and put a new song in our souls and new praises on our lips. The angels know nothing of this! An angel has never been redeemed. An angel has never been saved…they see it, they watch it, but they know nothing about it (experientially)…it takes a saved soul to sing!”

    – W.A. Criswell, Expository Sermons on Revelation, Volume III, p. 82-83)

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