The jolly ecumenical relations in County Fermanagh were further developed last weekend at an ecumenical prayer service on the shores of Lower Lough Erne.
It was held at Carnagh Bay to celebrate Pentecost Sunday and was led by two ecumenical chums, the Church of Ireland Bishop of Clogher, the Right Eejit (though his official title is Right Reverend) John McDowell (pictured, far left of our photograph) and Roman Catholic Diocesan Administrator of Clogher, ‘Monsignor’ Joseph McGuinness (pictured, far right of our photograph).
Lest anyone forget, ‘Monsignor’ Joseph McGuinness was the Papist mouthpiece for the Roman Catholic Church disgracefully refusing victims of an IRA bomb planted on Papal property permission to place a memorial on the site of the blast which took the lives of 12 Protestants.
So of course it makes perfect sense for a so-called Protestant like the traitorous Right Eejit John McDowell to continue to cosy up with him.
There were other Protestant Lundys there as well, which should surprise nobody.
There would be no ecumenical show without the apostate Punch of Chancellor (Chancer!) Canon David Skuce, rector (or wrecker, perhaps) of Inishmacsaint Parish Church, which takes its name after the island this ecumenical prayer service was overlooking from the shores of the lough. He is pictured third from the right of our photograph at the top of this article.
Another clerical sell-out in attendance, and again another character whose disgraceful ecumenical conduct we have previously highlighted, was Rev Sampson Ajuka, rector of Boho and Devenish Parish Churches. Rev Sampson Ajuka is pictured third left in the photograph with this article.
There remains a key question, and one which we have put forward on numerous occasions at ‘Protestant Revival’, and that is – to whom were the prayers uttered at this service offered up to?
Rome blasphemously teaches of prayer to saints and to Mary, however, the Bible teaches of prayer to God alone, through His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
1 Timothy 2:5: “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus”.
Intercession is made on our behalf by Jesus, not by Mary or any other of the copious saints Rome falsely proclaims to have power to intercede on our behalf.
Hebrews 7:25: “Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.”
Indeed, a report of the event states that the ‘prayers of intercession’ were led by ‘Father’ Jimmy McPhillips, Parish Priest for that area. He is pictured second left in the photograph with this article. His parish includes the Church of the Immaculate Conception in the village of Monea and Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in the village of Boho, both close to where this service took place.
The Church of the Immaculate Conception was the site for a God-defying service marking the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in January, at which Chancer Canon David Skuce and Rev Sampson Ajuja took part, while the same pair were up to their necks in an ecumenical Easter service which took place in Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Boho.
To whom was ‘Father’ Jimmy McPhillips offering up his prayers of intercession? Not that God would have regarded them anyway had they been offered to Him as the prayers of ‘Father’ Jimmy McPhillips and his ilk are a blasphemy.
Right Eejit John McDowell, Chancer Canon David Skuce and Rev Sampson Ajuka are together guilty of forming what Matthew Henry called a “mongrel religion”, and that is articulated for us excellently in 2 Kings 17.
It says in verses 32-34 and verse 41: “So they feared the Lord, and made unto themselves of the lowest of them priests of the high places, which sacrificed for them in the houses of the high places. They feared the Lord, and served their own gods, after the manner of the nations whom they carried away from thence. Unto this day they do after the former manners: they fear not the Lord, neither do they after their statutes, or after their ordinances, or after the law and commandment which the Lord commanded the children of Jacob, whom he named Israel; So these nations feared the Lord, and served their graven images, both their children, and their children’s children: as did their fathers, so do they unto this day.”
This is what such apostate characters are doing right unto this day.
They claim to be serving God but in truth they are serving man-made idols and man-ordained dogmas and precepts.
When talking about Pentecost in his message of ecumenical compromise, Right Eejit John McDowell said that God “gave us gifts and one of our vocations is to be peacemakers”.
Not one mention of 3,000 souls being wonderfully and gloriously saved in a single day and the wonderful knock-on effect that had of those new converts, ablaze for Christ, spreading the gospel abroad and many more being added to the Church of Christ.
No, instead Right Eejit John McDowell somehow, blasphemously, turns one of the greatest days in human history into a pretext for ecumenical compromise.
We at ‘Protestant Revival’ have faithfully sought to highlight the ecumenical compromise practiced by Chancer Canon David Skuce, Right Eejit John McDowell and Rev Sampson Ajuka and have sought to faithfully set out what God has said in His Word to demonstrate the appalling betrayal of Biblical Protestantism these men are guilty of.
While they and so many other apostate preachers are guilty of failing in their solemn duty as watchmen, we are determined, with God’s grace, not to be similarly bloodguilty, be it with any reader of this page or, indeed, of the apostate ministers we have highlighted throughout the past number of months.
Indeed Canon David Skuce has no excuse as we know for a fact he has viewed this page and indeed, accidentally (we presume) liked one of the posts on our Facebook page. It just so happened to be the next post up from the one concerning him and bearing his picture we posted a couple of days before Easter.
By persisting in his disgraceful ecumenical blasphemy despite viewing our faithful warning, he is piling up greater judgement for himself.
Chancer Canon David Skuce knows this ecumenical path he is treading is wrong, but he refuses to turn around.
James 4:17 reminds him: “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.”
It is bad enough to sin, but to do it consciously, knowing it is wrong, is worse still.
If Chancer Canon David Skuce will refuse to turn around, then, dear reader, if you are a part of the ecumenical movement, won’t you turn around before it is too late?
Genesis 6:3 reminds us that God’s Spirit “shall not always strive with man”. 2 Corinthians 6-2 reminds us that “behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation”.
Please do not leave it until it is too late. Come to Christ, confess your sins, ask for forgiveness and place your faith and trust in Him today.