Catholics understand. “All things work together for good.”

500 years of Protestant attacks have weakened The Catholic Church. The Church can no longer keep life-saving legislation in place.

“Life must be protected from conception until natural death.”is no longer enforced by civil law.

The greatest loss of life in history has been the result. Unborn billions are lost to abortion, pills, and implants.

Yet, Romans 8: 28 is clear. “And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.”


How can there be “good” in Protestantism’s weakening of The Church’s ability to protect life?

How can there be anything “good” in the loss of billions of unborn lives?


One answer is in Luke 12:51. “Do you suppose that I am here to bring peace on earth? No, I tell you, but rather division.”

The Promise of Jesus is clear: “I come to divide.”

Jesus divides all humanity into two groups. He separates His obedient “friends” from His disobedient enemies.

He did that in one sentence! “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

His obedient “friends” choose to “obey” Jesus’ only Church-Founding Decree:

“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.”


How do The Profiteers of Protestantism help “all things work together for good”? They give His disobedient enemies the excuses they seek to justify disobeying Jesus and the Teachings of The Only Church He Founded.

Those who let themselves be led to knowingly and willfully disobey Jesus’ Church-Founding Decree make The Big Mistake. They choose to be among His disobedient enemies.

They march self-righteously away from obeying Jesus. They praise themselves every step of the way.


The Profiteers of Protestantism “work together for good” by giving the willfully disobedient excuses to not be among Jesus’ obedient “friends”.

The Profiteers of Protestantism do not want donors to think about that.

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