Catholics pray: “May we obey. May we be above The Line!”

Catholics understand! The only people allowed into Heaven must be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.” That’s why Catholics pray: “May we obey. May we be above The Line.”

How much do we have to obey to be above The Line? How obedient do we have to be?

That’s up to Jesus!

Jesus will be sitting upon The Great White Throne of Judgment. He will see who is written in The Book of Life.


We imagine an “Obedience Line”. Those who are “above The Line” may be admitted into Heaven. Those below the line will not. We ask ourselves: “Will we be above The Line?


We may be above The Obedience Line if:

1. We were Baptized with water “In the name of The Father and of The Son and of The Holy Spirit”.

2. We obeyed The Church-Founding Word 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.”

3. We Confessed our sins to a Catholic priest and received Absolution from the only people Jesus empowered: “Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.”

4. We received His Actual Body and Blood in Catholic Communion before we died. We obeyed what Jesus repeated 14 times: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

As St. John told us in Rev. 14:13, “Happy are they who die in The Lord.”

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We are below The Obedience Line if:

1. We willfully refused to be Baptized.

2. We willfully refused to obey His Church-Founding Decree.

3. We willfully refused to believe Jesus had the Power to give Catholic priests the Authority for Absolution.

4. We willfully chose to disobey The Call to Catholic Communion that Jesus repeated 14 times. We choose to not receive His Actual Body and Blood from a Catholic priest through The Miracle of Transubstantiation.


Catholics pray: “May we obey. May we be above The Line!”

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