Six simple truths lead to The Church:


Many believe “There is no truth.” If it were true that “There is no truth.” that would be The Truth and there would be “Truth”. Six simple truths lead to The Church:

1. “Outside The Trinity, no two things are equal.” Many disagree, saying: “A equals A.” That is not true. The two A’s are unequal in position. It is impossible for A to ever equal A.

2. “Outside The Trinity, of any two things, one is better.” Some argue, “We have no right to make Judgments.” All who say that use mirrors to make sure they look all right.

3. No one can prove that the universe is an accident or if it is a huge, 3-D Movie, downloaded by The Loving Programmer out of energies and 3-D pixels to provide seemingly self-sustaining systems from grains of sand to galaxies. Human intellect cannot prove or disprove that God wrote and downloaded The Creation Program.

4. Statistical analysis provides this understanding: God empowered prophets to make predictions. Over 300 prophecies refer, often very specifically, to The Messiah. The odds that He would be born of the predicted House of the predicted Tribe in the predicted village at the predicted time are billions to one. The odds that He would be put to death, pierced, bones visible, lifted up before men, with no bones broken show part of the only truth we may know: “The odds that Jesus is not The Messiah are quadrillions to one.”

5. He Who fulfilled the Prophecies said to one man, “Verily, verily I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”

6. He repeatedly told believers to receive Communion in The Only Church He Founded: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.” From The Last Supper through every Catholic Mass, priests in living link with The Messiah’s ordination of His Apostles have been empowered to forgive sins and transform bread and wine into His Body and Blood.

It is very, very vain to ignore Jesus. It is far, far wiser to take the six short steps to Eternal Joy.