Jesus has given us the final solution.

Catholics know that Jesus rose above earthly problems. He focused on obeyed God. So, God gave Him strength. Catholics learn from that. Obedience brings help from God. Jesus has given us the final solution.

Every problem is caused when we, or others, disobey God. The more God is disobeyed, the more problems there are.


Catholics are blessed to begin at The Beginning. “In the beginning was The Word”. All was Decreed Into Being by God’s Word. Every particle, energy, system, process and being came to be.


When Catholics have problems, we send our words to The Word. “God, please help me.”
Then, Grace begins to flow. Our spirits rise.

Catholics look at prayers as “living electrons”. We send them to God. His “words” flow back into us. His “words to us” are tiny angels. We crudely describe them as “living, loving electrons”. They go into the microscopic brain spaces where our problem is.

Our problems are all the same. Pride, envy, greed, gluttony, anger, lust, and sloth keep us from obeying God.

Those same evil spirits cause our neighbors to do hurtful things.


Catholics understand: “If all of us were Catholics, the world would be a better place.” Under good Catholic Kings, “A young girl could safely carry a bag of gold across England.”


It is not enough to merely “believe” in God. Obeying God opens “channels of communications” with Him. Our pleas bring His help. His angels provide us with Understanding and Wisdom. We rise above our problems by seeing them for what they are: the results of disobedience to Him.


If every person on earth strives to obey God, the world will be a better place. Every disobedience makes the world a worse place.

Jesus has given us the final solution. We must encourage our neighbors to obey The 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.”

If everyone respected Jesus enough to be in The Only Church He Founded, the world would be a far better place.

Every Catholic has a duty to share that simple truth.

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