What?? France calls its version of the Lord’s Prayer blasphemous, changes it

What did the King teach when He was here in the flesh? He taught us how to pray The LORD’S PRAYER, which takes care of every one of our needs. It should not be changed.

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(MSM) France has been using the same version of the Lord’s Prayer since 1966, but a number of the country’s Catholic bishops have suddenly decided, “Hey, that sounds kind of blasphemous.” (Yes, they’re calling their own translation of the Bible blasphemous.) Anyway, the line in question is their interpretation of “lead us not into temptation.” The existing version of that line translates to, “Do not submit us to temptation,” which the bishops worry could be interpreted “in a way that suggests God has the power to make people succumb to the temptation of sin,” according to Agence France-Presse. So after running this past the Vatican, they’ve changed the line to read “Let us not enter into temptation” instead.

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My Comment:  Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ taught us how to pray.  This is not up for debate or…

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We have all been called in these end times to complete a mission that the MOST HIGH ordained since before the foundation of the world it is our mission to complete that job before time runs out in this world. To be in the world but not part of it as the set apart Spirit in all of us guides us into all truth. The restoration has already begun!

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