There was a king of Judah, named Jehoshaphat, who ruled with fear of God. It praises him by many holy works, for example, when it is said in Scripture that "he swept the land the rest of homosexuals who had been in the days of his father Asa" (3 Rey. 22 47).
On one occasion the Kingdom of Judah was seriously threatened by a powerful alliance of neighboring nations, humanly impossible to beat. King Jehoshaphat, greatly distressed, He begged God’s help in front of all the people. At the end of his prayer, a prophet named Jahaziel, stood up and said: "Listen, all Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem, and thou king Jehoshaphat. The Lord says: do not fear nor dismayed by reason of this such a great crowd; for the war is not yours but God's; Do not fear nor faint. Go forth against them because the Lord is with you" (2 Chron. 20, 15, 17). Full of courage, trust in God, and despising the purely human means, the king marched at the head of his little army against powerful enemies, and they were crushed by God's work. It was not theirs but God's war.
THE ORDER OF BATTLE OF CHRIST
In the Gospel today, the Feast of the Blessed Trinity Our Lord says: "Go and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost: teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you: and behold I am with you always, until the end of time ".
Since the devil is always opposed to the extension of the Kingdom of God, with this words Christ has given us a real order of battle, for going to conquer for Him to all people, involves marching against all the demons and their human armies. Therefore the Church of the living is called "militant", ie fighter, and St. Eusebius, commenting on this Gospel, says Our Lord, making us army of the Kingdom of Heaven, He arranged us for the fight against the enemies.
St. John Chrysostom said that Christ came to kick off Catholic war and said so from the outset the kind of fight we had to sustain, more terrible than any civil war. And, meanwhile, St. Jerome says of this Gospel, that Our Lord, promising to be with us, his disciples, to the end of time, indicates that we’ll always win.
If war is God's and not ours, we should not seek human relief, to fight it, but must adhere to the faith entirely. The less we seek the land support -St. Ambrose says- we’ll find more divine assistance.
VATICAN II: THE DEVIL'S PEACE
Well, after almost twenty centuries of war, Church resistance between heavy fightings, the demon finally came with his masterpiece, the Second Vatican Council to convert obsolete the order of battle of Christ: liberalism, baptized in the council, ended the war: finally was signed peace with the devil, the world and the flesh.
If there is right not to be Catholics, freedom of religion and conscience, as taught by Freemasons and the conciliar documents; if outside the Church there is salvation, if there is no hell or it is empty, as claimed by the modernists, why to go to baptize and evangelize? Why go to fight? Is best to go to talk to remedy misunderstandings that impede the achievement of world peace, to that unit of men not founded in Christ, that is the new order of the Church, as heretics liberals and modernists. The holy spirit missionary has been destroyed by the council, and his place has been usurped by ecumenical dialogue, that is nothing other than the continuation of that catastrophic dialogue between Eve and the serpent.
THE LAST BASTION IS RUINED FROM INSIDE
Against this diabolical deception stood our founder, Archbishop Lefebvre, but 40 years later we see that the congregation who fought gloriously against liberalism, is gradually abandoning trench, is gradually leaving combat and is begging for crumbs to the conciliar sect. Lost hope in the conversion of Rome by divine power -which seems impossible to those who who no longer entirely trust in God, and forgetting that this war is not of men but of God’s, is looking for a human aid, an alliance adulterous affair with the moderate liberals, the help of some supposed "new friends in Rome" (Cor Unum 101), intending a peace deal with the enemy (He almost signed last year), is thought to be in the oficial structure, will become the modernists and will restore the Church. But all this is just an horrific illusion, and this illusion is lowering the arms to those who fought valiantly for Christ: "Do not we see in the Fraternity the symptoms of the decline in the confession of the Faith?" said the three bishops to the General Council in his letter of April 7 last year. The combat decreases, increases dialogue. But the conciliator ends "conciliar".
I HAVE NOT COME TO BRING PEACE BUT SWORD
Against those peace dreams so characteristic of liberals, are the eternal words of Christ: "I came not to bring peace but a sword [or division]" (Matt. 10, 34, Luke. 12, 51). One is the peace of the world, another is the peace of Christ."The peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Not your heart be troubled, or afraid" (Jn 14, 27).
There is a good peace and there is a bad peace. And there is a good split and a bad division. Peace as the world is the union of men for good or ill, "the peace of Christ is the union that He establishes between heaven and earth by his Cross (Col. 1)," says St. Cyril quoting St. Paul, adding that peace is bad when separates from divine love. And St. John Chrysostom, speaking of the good sword or division, says, the doctor, in order to keep the rest of the body, cuts which is incurable. He adds a good division ended with bad peace that was in the tower of Babel and that St. Paul, in turn, divided all who had joined against him (Acts 23), because harmony is not always good and thieves also bind [for crime].
Dear faithful: the smoke of Satan, liberalism, has entered the tradition through a crack open from the inside. So now is seeking a peace that is not of Christ. As far as we are concerned, lets live and die in the trenches, because this war is not ours but God's.
GOD HAS DECLARED WAR
Of God, and therefore so is the only war declared by God. Indeed, St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort in his "Treatise on True Devotion" teaches, that "God has not made or formed no more than a sigle enmity, - an irreconciliable enmity-, which will last and increase until the end, and is between Mary and the devil; between the children and servants of the Blessed Virgin and the children and followers of Lucifer. And God said: “I will put enmities between thee and the woman and between your seed and her seed” (Gen. 3: 15). Here is the declaration of war. It is God who has declared war. It is his war, not ours. Our duty is to fight without trying to end this war. We have no right to agree peace. We have no right to surrender. We have a duty to fight. "Soldiers play fight and God gives the victory," said St. Joan of Arc.
Thus, no man should pretend to make a truce with liberals, enemies of Christ, or to negotiate a peace agreement with the destroyers of the Church, nor accept a peace decreed by those -who as modernist heretics- are soldiers of the devil. That has a name: treason. And looking or willing to accept that peace is also a name: traitor.
Through the intercession of our Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, God grant us to follow the footsteps of all the martyrs and all the saints, and receive from heaven the fierce combat resolution to fight until the end, and the grace to die before betraying.
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