“Be not deceived; God is not mocked.” Galatians 6:7.
At the Spitalskirche Catholic Church in Innsbruck, Austria a new art exhibit is featured on the walls of the sanctuary portraying a “Christ Clock.” The Christ Clock is made from a broken statue of Jesus. The torso marks the hours and the hands mark the minutes and seconds. 
At first one would expect that this kind of art would be shown by God-hating, secular groups who are known for their contempt towards Christianity, but this is not the case. This Christ Clock, which is an attempt to reduce the Creator and Savior of the world to a timepiece, is a mockery to the God of heaven. And it’s being done by people who claim to be part of the body of Christ.
The ones responsible for this “upside-down” (Satanic) Jesus heresy is Bishop Hermann Glettler. He was appointed Bishop by Pope Francis and is responsible for allowing the display of this atrocity. Bishop Glettler is a personal friend of the artist, Manfred Erjautz, who put the Christ Clock together.
This “artwork” demonstrates the spiritual blindness of our time, and more importantly, the direction that the churches are heading in. All across the world, houses of worship and church institutions are now being used for profane purposes – worldly concerts, carnivals and now grotesque art exhibitions. Every week something new and ridiculous is seen coming out of these new church programs – and Rome is leading the way.
In the above video we see a Roman Catholic Nun, Sister Cristina, singing the LGBT+ national anthem – “Baby I was Born this Way” written by Lady Gaga. Sister Cristina rocks this song on live television with sensual back up singers and while her mother superior cheers her on! What an abomination! But this is the direction that Rome is leading our churches.
In this video you see a carnival taking over a Roman Catholic Church. It’s not surprising anymore. Many churches today want nothing more to do with purity and holiness. Instead we now have cult followings built around entertainment, jokes, sports and outlandish theology.
“God calls upon His people to walk with sobriety and holy consistency. They should be very careful not to misrepresent and dishonor the holy doctrines of truth by strange performances, by confusion and tumult” (General Conference Bulletin, April 23, 1901).