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Letter from Graham Power to DTW

Letter from Graham Power to DTW
Graham Power

Graham Power

Letter to DTW from Graham Power – 18/6/2015

DTW stated in another article that Graham Power was a Freemason. This has been retracted as per Graham Power‘s request, unless we want legal action taken against us.  Graham Power please read:  (1 Corinthians 6:1-7)

Graham Power responded with a letter to DTW explaining that he is not a Freemason.

See letter from Graham Power here:  GP Blog response June 2015

In the above letter from Graham Power, he states the following;  “I cannot understand how you can make this outrageous statement without having the courtesy and good grace of first approaching me to establish if what you are alleging is true or not.”

The fact of the matter is this, Freemasonry is enshrouded by secrecy.  When one takes their oath, they state that they will keep their status as a Freemason and it’s secrets…secret.  So coming to you and asking you if you are a Freemason is just pointless.  The idea behind Freemasonry infiltrating the church is to not let people know you are in fact a Freemason preaching another gospel to the one that Jesus Christ preached.  See questions below regarding your dealings with the Parliament of the Worlds Religions, Freemasons and the Roman Catholic Church.

Graham Power and The Papal Visit

Graham Power says;  “I am shocked and disappointed that a brother and sister in Christ would be prepared to do this to me. What have I done to you to deserve this attack on my integrity?”

I thought visiting the Pope would damage your integrity as a Christian.  Clearly you don’t care about that, because you believe the Pope to be part of the genuine ‘body of Christ’ – The Roman Catholic Church is the Mother Harlot Church, not the bride of Christ.  Genuine Christians will never bow down to Rome.  In fact, genuine Christians will soon be persecuted by Rome as they were in the past.   Do you not know, Graham, that the Roman Catholic Church is born out of Babylonian paganism and steeped in Freemasonry?

You say;  “I am shocked and disappointed that a brother and sister in Christ would be prepared to do this to me.”

Don’t be shocked Graham, because we are not your brother or sister in Christ. You follow another Jesus and another gospel.

Matthew 7:13  “Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:”

You say; “We should be building each other up as followers of Christ rather that undermining each other. If you are of the opinion that I have strayed from what is good and true, than call me to account after establishing the true facts, but not before. This plays into the hands of the enemies of the Gospel.”

Yes you have strayed Graham, strayed so far I am not sure you can turn around and come back to the truth, that being the gospel that Jesus Christ preached and is ingrained in the books of the bible. (But miracles do happen Graham; if you seek the truth, Jesus Christ says you will find it. )

Matthew 7:7  “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:”

John 8:32  “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

Graham Power’s Unashamedly Ethical campaign:

You removed the Biblical 10 commandments and replaced them with 10 commandments of men.

Mark 7:7-9  “7 Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. 8 For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do. 9And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition.”

See article:  Open Letter to Graham Power regarding the Unashamedly Ethical Campaign

Now as a Christian, would you please answer the following questions for us.  As per your letter you would like to be called to account:

1) Did you help to sponsor the Parliament of World’s religions held in Cape Town in 1999?

Hans Kung

Hans Kung

2) Do you know that Hans Kung, a member of the Council for the Parliament of Word’s religions is a Roman Catholic for whom the Freemasons have a very high regard?

Hans Kung said, “We control the seminaries, the academic departments of theology, the catechetical and liturgical institutions, the publishing houses, the magazines that matter and the chanceries. Most of the bishops are now on our side and those that aren’t have been neutralised. Anybody who wants a future in the hierarchy or the Catholic academy has no choice but to co-operate.”

Who are the “we?”  Your guess is as good as mine.Nelson Mandela Parliament of World's Religions 1999 Cape Town

http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2007/07/hans-kung-honoredby-freemasons.html

3) Do you know that the Theosophical Society sponsored the Parliament of World’s religions in 1893 and had the purpose to introduce Buddhist and Hindu concepts such as incarnation to the West?
http://humansarefree.com/2013/10/the-complete-history-of-freemasonry-and.html

4) Did you know that Nelson Mandela who featured very strongly at the Parliament of World’s Religions was a Freemason. If you knew, why did you willingly sponsor a Freemason-inspired conference?

Pope John Paul II has also predicted that there will be a unity of faith and that all religions will soon worship together.   The May 31, 1995 edition of the San Francisco Chronicle reported:

“Pope John Paul II said yesterday that he is willing to seek agreement with other Christian denominations on the future role of the papacy. The pope made his offer in a 115-page encyclical, ‘That They All May Be One,’ which is dedicated to the search for unity among Christian churches that split from each other during the past thousand years… The pope made clear he would not accept a symbolic papacy without teeth and that Rome would have to hold the primary place among Christians. He also said a pope should have the authority to make infallible declarations regarding the basic tenets of faith.

Into what form will the United Religions Organization evolve?  At the outset, the URO will be an ecumenical confederation or network of “denominations, cults, sects and religions… along similar lines to the United Nations – professing to share a common goal, yet still retaining their individual identities.”

“…we are envisaging a future coming together of denominations, cults, sects and religions of the world in such a way that they cooperate as a common body, along similar lines to the United Nations – professing to share a common goal, yet still retaining their individual identities.
“The most likely scenario in the years following this Parliament (of World Religions) will be the gradual formation of a ‘World Council of Religion’ which will function in a way similar to that of the present World Council of Churches or the United Nations…
“For example, at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago in 1993, one of the main lectures was entitled ‘A Proposal To Evolve the Parliament Toward a United Nations of Religions’.  In this keynote speech, United Nations executive Dr. Robert Muller called for the establishment of a permanent World Council of Religion by 1995, along the lines of the United Nations.  Although a number of delegates were sceptical about the setting up of an actual World Council of Religion, it was generally felt that this Parliament brought the global interfaith movement one step nearer to much closer collaboration.  Dr. David Ramage, who chaired the Parliament, saw the next step as one of setting up centres of interfaithism in various key regions of the world and then networking relationships between them. However, others saw the setting up of a global religious council as a very real possibility during the next few years.”
http://watch.pair.com/UR.htmlhttp://www.conspiracyschool.com/blog/untold-story-gandhi-and-theosophy

5) Why do you as a Christian, disobey Jesus Christ who commanded his followers not to associate with the works of darkness and unbelievers but rather to expose them? (Ephesians 5:11).

Graham Power may not be a practicing Freemason but you are definitely aiding and abetting Catholicism and Freemasonry to further the aims of the Parliament of the World’s Religions and a New World Order.

http://www.bibleguidance.co.za/Engarticles/TransformationsSA.htm

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