Catholics enjoy the Protestant Marketing Plan Talking Points

Catholics enjoy the Protestant Marketing Plan Talking Points.

1. “I believe so I am saved.” Belief is only one step on the stairway to Heaven! Jesus was clear about who gets into Heaven! “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

2. “It doesn’t matter what church you are in if you try to be a good person.” It does matter what church we are in! Many Marketing Plan Denominations allow abortion and abortion-causing birth control pills and implants! The Only Church Jesus Founded is Pro-Life! The Catholic Church teaches: “Life must be respected from conception until natural death.” Can anyone who supports any denomination that is not as Pro-Life get into Heaven?

3. “I have a ‘personal relationship’ with Jesus.” That is absolutely ridiculous! Jesus never said anything as silly as “I want you to have a ‘personal relationship’ with Me.”! That means nothing! We pray that all will respect Jesus enough to respectfully obey Him!

4. “We must never find fault with the beliefs of others!” That’s a hoot! Lots of religious beliefs are silly. Many are sinful. We must obey “Love your neighbor.” We must love our neighbor enough to try and help them do what is necessary to get them to obey Jesus so they may get their precious, immortal souls into Heaven.

5. “I believe in The Bible! That’s all I need!” What that really means is “I believe in the parts of The Bible with which I agree.” The Profiteers of Protestantism are skilled at getting around passages they don’t like. They insult Jesus by saying “He was so inconsistent that I can avoid His Only Church-Founding Decree with other passages!”

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Catholics enjoy the Protestant Marketing Plan Talking Points. All are designed to make money for The Profiteers of Protestantism. All of them avoid obeying The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus:

“And 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.”

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