A spiritual battle: An awakening experience.

Hope everyone enjoys this little testimony of Yahweh’s power.
I pray that everyone’s faith who reads this is strengthened like mine was.
I pray that all glory goes to Jesus and God the father.

It started out one night when dwelling on Jesus that I realized something that I had been deceived about. ( I had contempt for Mary the mother of God. This is wrong, and I tell anyone who reads this to not DISLIKE Mary herself, rather the worship that she receives.)
I knew it was something Satan had cooked up for me and a stumbling block.

A renewed love

    I’ve always believed in Christ, I was raised in a religous home but life itself wasn’t always so sweet. I drifted in and out of churches as a youngster, I always knew that Christ is real. But growing up as a teen I fell into bad habits, but not as bad as those around me. I always felt like I was on the border line, but something kept me from becoming wreck-less and lost.

Anglicans and Roman Catholics are planning for unity

Roman Catholic and Anglican theologians have been working on documents expressing issues they face in trying to work out how to bring their organsations into what they call “full communion”. One such document, called “The Gift of Authority” basically emphasises that this unity will be under the Pope of Rome. I quote from the document below:

 

52. The Commission is of the view that we have deepened and extended our agreement on:

 

“The Final Call” (The danger of procrastination.)

God’s Love For Us

God Needed HBO, Showtime, A Beer, Some Doritos and Oh Yeah, 3 of your Kids …

NOT.

 

An Article by Natalie A. Parkerson

 

The first thing I want to address is a quote on a FB Friend’s wall that reads:

 

“God
saw you getting tired & a cure was not to be… So He put his arms
around you and whispered “come to me… God broke my heart to prove to
me He only takes the best.”

 

“God broke my heart to prove to me He only takes the best.”

 

Ignatius – Bishop of Antioch – Alleged writer of many False Roman Catholic Doctrines

If you want to find the origins of some of the extra-biblical doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church, you ought to check out the alleged writings of good ‘ole “Saint” Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch. Recent popes have emphasized the importance of the writings of St Ignatius. He is seen as a kind of bridge between the Apostles and the Roman Catholic church. The integrity therefore of this “bridge” ought to be carefully evaluated BEFORE you entrust your eternal soul to it.

Roots of Roman Catholic Authority

Jesus promised to build His church. Did He mean the Roman Catholic church, with Peter as the first pope? Lets examine the claims.

Vatican text say others are not really churches

I refer to the article on BBC news, Vatican text angers Protestants.

It begins by saying, “Pope Benedict has approved a new text asserting that Christian denominations outside Roman Catholicism are not true Churches in the full sense of the word.”

And further, concerning this document:

“Other Christian denominations, it argues, cannot be called Churches in the proper sense because they cannot trace their bishops back to Christ’s original apostles.”

It is good for the Roman Catholic church to state their position openly, wh

Apostolic succession – says who?

Once again, from the Catholic Catechism, we read:

“In order that the full and living Gospel might always be preserved in the Church the apostles left bishops as their successors. They gave them ‘their own position of teaching authority.'”35 Indeed, “the apostolic preaching, which is expressed in a special way in the inspired books, was to be preserved in a continuous line of succession until the end of time.”36

This is a VERY important claim of the Roman Catholic church.

Where is the Mother Church?

In the Catechism of the Roman Catholic church on the U.S. Catholic bishop’s site, it writes:

“Our holy mother, the Church, holds and teaches that God, the first principle and last end of all things, can be known with certainty from the created world by the natural light of human reason.” http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt1sect1.htm#36

Is the Roman Catholic church correct in saying that it is the mother of all believers?

 

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