Friday, May 13, 2011

The Royal Wedding Of Prince William Of England And Kate Middleton

I know some who visit here will think the royal wedding of Prince William of England and Kate Middleton is not the most important thing to know about, but I do think it is important enough to bring some aspects of the royal wedding  I noticed,   from a biblical perspective that many may not be aware of, into a proper focus.

I have read so many rave reviews proclaiming it was such a beautiful “Christian ceremony,” that I decided to watch the entire wedding which is still being hyped about on the internet, to see for myself.

After watching the ceremony, I can understand how it is so easy to be caught up in the moment of “what appeared" to be a beautiful “Christian ceremony;” after all, the people of Britain love William and Kate, (as one Brit put it), ranting and raving how the people of Britain look to the couple for truth and of course love, something that is so badly needed in the world today. 

And the prayer that the couple wrote, which I found on the Royal Wedding Website certainly seemed “Christian enough” to pass off as Christian. After all, the prayer was concluded in the “Spirit of Jesus Christ”.

And the bride's brother, James Middleton even read from the Bible scriptures Romans 12:1-2, 9-18.  Pretty impressive, at first glance. But let's look further and deeper.

Indeed, after watching the royal wedding in its entirety, I must say that the couple make a beautiful couple.

With that said, I must confess,  that I am convinced without a doubt this royal wedding of Prince William and Kate can not  be considered a “Christian ceremony” from a biblical perspective. As one royal watcher put it, the couple have been dating for at least eight years before their engagement, and even shared a house together , and were living together before their wedding.  This, of course is not an unforgiveable sin, if the couple have repented.  This arrangement is very typical of secular young people, but this is not the biblical way and cannot be considered Christian. Hebrews 13:4, 1 Corinthians 6:18-20
The Archbishop of York backed Prince William and Kate Middleton’s decision to live together before marriage, saying that many modern couples want to “test the milk before they buy the cow”.
Now about that prayer that Prince William and Kate composed for their wedding, you cannot help but notice it’s ending, “In the Spirit of Jesus Christ” which is a significant deviation from praying in “the name of Jesus Christ.” This too may seem insignificant and innocent some may say, but Jesus specifically told us to pray in his name. Jesus told us this for a reason. Jesus’ name and Jesus’Word has the power of the one true God, and the Holy Spirit of course  does also, but this power doesn’t come until and unless you first publically acknowledge the name of Jesus Christ. So it really is a significant deviation from the teaching of Jesus.

And of course, we must not forget the strong influence that Prince William had from his father, Prince Charles growing up,  whose Islamic and new age beliefs are well documented and available for anyone to see.

Finally, how many are aware that the archbishop that married the royal couple April 29, 2011 is a druid? A druid is pagan. Yet the archbishop invoked the name of Christ during the ceremony.  Most definitely, a true Christian couple would insist upon a true Bible believing Christian, committed only  to the worship of  the Lord Jesus Christ, to officiate at their wedding.

Druids Now Recognized As Religion In UK

The Associated Press
October 3, 2010
LONDON - Druids have been worshipping the sun and earth for thousands of years in Europe, but now they can say they're practicing an officially recognized religion.
The ancient pagan tradition best known for gatherings at Stonehenge every summer solstice has been formally classed as a religion under charity law for the first time in Britain, the national charity regulator said Saturday. That means Druids can receive exemptions from taxes on donations - and now have the same status as such mainstream religions as the Church of England.  More at above link.
Friends, this couple desparately needs our prayers because there is a lot more to this royal wedding than most know, and what meeds the eye.

Also check out the history of Druids from Wikipedia.  From its cultic and human sacrifice history, and with the name of Christ invoked during the ceremony, we have a pagan Masonic, emergent church that is returning to darkness  ceremony along with a New Age ceremony mixture, which is everything but Christian.
Take heed that no man deceive you. Matthew 24:4
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. John 14:6
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