Revenge by God on Mankind
There is a parable Christ Jesus mentioned that an owner of a vine yard had his revenge on workers of the vine yard who killed servants and a son of the owner. The owner sent them to the vine yard with expectation that those workers would respect the servants and his son, though the bad workers killed them to take the vine yard out of the owner. Eventually the owner sent a band of his men to the vine yard to execute the rebellious workers.
Apparently the owner of the vine yard is God; the vine yard is this world; and his son is Christ Jesus.
Indeed, as mankind killed the Son of God who sent His Son with expectation that mankind would respect His Son, God would sent the army of Heaven to destroy mankind.
If you think that God really exists and He really sent His Son to the human world, but mankind killed His Son, namely Christ Jesus, who talked about the said parable before He was killed by mankind, you must be afraid of revenge by God. However, 2000 years after the death of Christ Jesus, mankind still exists. But can you be sure that God never revenges Himself on mankind?
Christians mean those who believe in Christ Jesus and believe the vineyard parable He told. Therefore Christians mean those who are always extremely sorry for God and are afraid of a coming vengeance by God. So, true Christians cannot enjoy their lives as the sin of mankind is so grave. While mankind has put God into a rage, how can they enjoy living?
But strangely, no Christians show their remorse and repentance openly in or outside churches. And more strangely, Christians are praying to God so that He would save them from any danger while they do not apologize to God for the murder of His Son. How can God love these selfish and foolish Christians? And, what is worse, there are much more people who do not even think that mankind ever killed the Son of God. They are still continuing arrogant and sinful lives.
So, it is apparent that what is requested from mankind is fear, awe, and dread of God who should surely take out His revenge on mankind someday.
However, God seems to be extremely benevolent and merciful to mankind. He seems to have given mankind enough time. So, after the killing of God's Son, mankind could survive 2000 years. But, the time limit may be close to us.
This universe was created by God. This planet earth was also created by God. And, on the earth in the universe, there living is mankind who killed the Son of God who kindly visited the human world to correct evil behaviors of mankind and save victims of evil deeds of mankind. And, this mankind has not fully repent for 2000 years! Such a species must not be allowed to exist on the earth in the universe God created. It is logical and natural. God should put an end to the history of mankind someday.
So, the issue is when and how God will take His revenge on mankind.
Truly without evil mankind is generating on the earth, the universe must look finer to the eyes of God.
Prophecy of the Popes
The Prophecy of the Popes (Latin: Prophetia Sancti Malachiae Archiepiscopi, de Summis Pontificibus) is a series of 112 short, cryptic phrases in Latin which purport to predict the Roman Catholic popes (along with a few antipopes), beginning with Pope Celestine II.
The prophecies conclude with a pope identified as "Peter the Roman", whose pontificate will allegedly precede the destruction of the city of Rome.[
In recent times some interpreters of prophetic literature have drawn attention to the prophecies due to their imminent conclusion; if the list of descriptions is matched on a one-to-one basis to the list of historic popes since the prophecies' publication, Benedict XVI (2005–13) would correspond to the second to last of the papal descriptions, Gloria olivae (the glory of the olive). The longest and final prophecy predicts the Apocalypse:
In persecutione extrema S.R.E. sedebit.
Petrus Romanus, qui pascet oves in multis tribulationibus, quibus transactis civitas septicollis diruetur, & judex tremendus judicabit populum suum. Finis.
This may be translated into English as:
In the final persecution of the Holy Roman Church, there will sit [i.e., as bishop].
Peter the Roman, who will pasture his sheep in many tribulations, and when these things are finished, the city of seven hills [i.e. Rome] will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The End.
Several historians and interpreters of the prophecies note that they leave open the possibility of unlisted popes between "the glory of the olive" and the final pope, "Peter the Roman". In the Lignum Vitae, the line In persecutione extrema S.R.E. sedebit. forms a separate sentence and paragraph of its own. While often read as part of the "Peter the Roman" prophecy, other interpreters view it as a separate, incomplete sentence explicitly referring to additional popes between "the glory of the olive" and "Peter the Roman".
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Luk 3:28 Which was the son of Melchi, which was the son of Addi, which was the son of Cosam, which was the son of Elmodam, which was the son of Er,
Luk 3:29 Which was the son of Jose, which was the son of Eliezer, which was the son of Jorim, which was the son of Matthat, which was the son of Levi,
Luk 3:30 Which was the son of Simeon, which was the son of Juda, which was the son of Joseph, which was the son of Jonan, which was the son of Eliakim,
Luk 3:31 Which was the son of Melea, which was the son of Menan, which was the son of Mattatha, which was the son of Nathan, which was the son of David,
Luk 3:32 Which was the son of Jesse, which was the son of Obed, which was the son of Booz, which was the son of Salmon, which was the son of Naasson,