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It is always interesting to observe people as they make their way through an airport and note what they carry with them. Some people travel with perhaps only a light backpack or briefcase. Or perhaps even with no baggage at all. Others have a medium-sized bag that might be a bit more of an effort to carry or pull behind them. And you will also see those who have a number of very large, very heavy suitcases that they struggle to maneuver into the checked baggage line. You may see people bumping into others or objects that get in their path because their heavy load makes it cumbersome to easily reach their destination.
Pope Francis and the Vatican are central to the cover story in the August, 2015 issue of National Geographic,. There are talks of how Pope Francis is making changes that are uncharacteristic of the Pope and the Vatican.  One of the discussions is around removing celibacy as a requirement for priests.  How odd that the topic of celibacy would be open for discussion.  According to National Geographic, "The papal line begins with Peter, the disciple of Jesus Christ..."  When reading the gospel of Mark chapter 1 verse 30 "...Peter's wife's mother lay sick of a fever..."  according to scripture, the first pope was married.  Doesn't the Pope defer to the teachings of Christ, and the writings of the apostles and the prophets? 
Why does the Catholic church forbid their priests to marry when Paul clearly stated that commanding not to marry is not scripturally based?

Are you looking for answers? Christ taught the Kingdom of God, that is why he was sent to the earth (see Luke 4:43). What is the Kingdom of God? Do you even need to know? Christ thought it important enough that he was crucified for it.

Can we help you find the truth or expound on it? Please call us for friendly discussion about the truth in the Bible. Our phone number is (719) 573-4055. You will receive a recorded message about the Kingdom of God. After the recording please leave your name and number if you would like to discuss the scriptures with us. Someone from Bible Research will contact you shortly. We have learned much and are continuing to learn more and would like to share information with others who are interested. All information is free. We do not preach for money. We are searching for others who want to serve Jesus the Christ and His Father and would like to talk and learn more about them.

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