How big is “the finger of God”?

Today’s Bible Reading from The Catholic Church includes Luke 11: 15-26. That Teaching of Jesus includes His Prophetic Promise.

“Whoever is not with Me is against Me, and whoever does not gather with Me scatters.” We see that He prophesies the fate of who refuse to “gather with” Him. They actually are “scattered”“gather with” Jesus follow men who praise them. “You are smart. You are good. Jesus has to let you into Heaven. I will keep telling you that as long as you give me 10% of your income.”

Each such compliment is a tiny demon, demanding disobedience to Jesus.


Catholics gratefully “gather with” Jesus! We “gather” in The Only Church Jesus Spoke Into Being. His Holy, Church-Founding Word is clear:

“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.”

Catholics believe that Jesus is always right. That’s why we “gather with” Him in The Only Church He Spoke Into Being.


The Verse in Luke 15: 20 tells us Catholics about God’s great “Micro-Power”!

“But if it is through the Finger of God that I cast out devils, then know that The Kingdom of God has overtaken you.” Catholics understand that “the finger of God” is so small that it can reach deeply into the brain.

The “finger of God” can find a demon that may be no bigger than an electron and remove it from the mind that it confuses!


Catholics realize that “The Kingdom of God has overtaken” us through the Power of Jesus. “The Kingdom of God” is on earth. It is ruled by God’s Power!

Catholics remember: God’s obedient angels threw all the disobedient angels out of “The Kingdom of Heaven”.

Jesus is telling us that the same Powerful Forces that worked so triumphantly in Heaven are here, to help us! “The Kingdom of Heaven has overtaken you.” if we ask God to cleanse our mind of sinfulness in demonic form.

The exorcists of The Catholic Church do that every day!

So do our prayers!

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