All Souls' Day and All Saints' Day in Prophecy?
Prophecies fulfilled in Roman Catholicism Biblical prophecies are meant to be fulfilled without fail. The fulfillment proves the existence of the God who foretold them.
Only the true God has the power to see the future. No human being by his own intelligence equipped with the most modern technological know-how can predict exactly what will happen in the future.
God’s prophecy is revealed through the mouth of His prophets, like the Lord Jesus Christ.
If in any occasion a pretentious prophet utters prophecies in the name of the Lord and does not come to pass, such is a false prophet!
Conversely, the fulfillment of an uttered prophecy is the proof that the prophet who said it is sent of God. With this measure many prophets now are the fulfillment of the prophecy about the advent of many false prophets!
Prophets sent by God prophesied that many will prefer to listen to false prophets and their fables:
The word fable in the Greek language is μῦθος (muthos) which means myth or fiction.
The doctrine of limbo, purgatory, rosary, sign of the cross, mass, the infallibility of the popes, All Souls’ Day, All Saints’ Day and many more are neither Biblical nor sensible! These words, even the very idea they convey, are not Biblical. Nowhere in the Bible can we find the word limbo, purgatory, rosary, mass, sign of the cross, pope, All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day.
If Catholic popes speak infallibly (ex-cathedra) as they claim, why is it that the present pope declared that limbo, which was part of the teachings of all previous popes, is non-existent?
Whether they declare it or not, not only is the doctrine of limbo non-existent. The apostles have not mentioned anything about All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day! The first century Christians did not celebrate a feast for the dead or for the souls in purgatory. Neither can the celebration of “All Hallows Eve” or “Halloween” be found in the Bible!
The Christian faith must be based on the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ – no more, no less. These teachings were written down on the pages of the Bible by eyewitnesses.
Our learning must not go beyond what was written.
What was written was commanded by the Lord to be written.
Any article of faith not written in the Bible falls into fable! Not found in the Bible are limbo, purgatory, novena, rosary, mass, sign of the cross, All Saints’ Day, All Souls’ Day as in the following:
SIGN OF THE CROSS
ALL SAINT'S DAY
ALL SOULS DAY
All of the preceding doctrines and articles of faith are the embodiment of the fulfillment of the prophecy about the advent of false Christs and false prophets that will turn the ears of their followers from truth to fables!
All these teachings come to the mind of Catholic mentors many hundreds of years after the death of the apostles, which simply means that they are not apostolic.
If there is anyone who can cite verses to prove these teachings are Biblical, you are most welcome.
Brother Eli Soriano