Go read! H. Grattan Guiness


History Unveiling Prophecy or Time as an Interpreter



Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (Révocation Edit de Nantes) 22 Octobre 1685

Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

HERE we reach the beginning of the last act of the Papal tragedy. Louis XIV sat on the throne of France at Versailles. At his side was Madame de Maintenon. Behind her stood the Jesuit Confessor Pere la Chaise. Behind him again the Pope, and his inspirer the Prince of Darkness.

In Piedmont the trembling remnant of Protestants left by the great massacre of 1655 still clung to their native rocks, and Alpine fastnesses.

In England James II was struggling to restore Papal supremacy, and enslave the children of the Puritans who had bought their liberties at so great a price.

Behind the scene historically lay ages of darkness; before it ages of light…


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6 thoughts on “Go read! H. Grattan Guiness

  1. Thanks, Maria. Yes, there was tremendous persecution for those who chose Christ. I’m always annoyed by journalists who write about historical American “anti-Catholicism” and make no mention of the wider context.

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  2. I met a pastor who told me that France has never recovered from the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre of 1572. I believe that the French Revolution (1789) was God’s wrath on France for its persecution of Christians.

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