May all souls have the “Traction” to not die in “Contraction” to Any Word of God. #36

May all souls be blessed to see The Truth of Every Word of Jesus. May all ask for His Mercy in our last moments on earth.


Question 1:  “Can our ‘soul’ be a living ‘contract’ with God?”

Answer:  “Those who meaningfully believe in Jesus know that our soul will go to His Judgment.  Some will be among those described in John 15:14 ‘You are My friends if you obey My commands.’.  Others will be among the ‘enemies’ who willfully reject The Terms of His Contract with us.”


Question 2:  “What are the ‘Terms’ within ‘God’s Contract’ with us and our soul?”

Answer:  “James 2:8 tells us ‘Well, the right thing to do is keep The Supreme Law of Scripture: you must love your neighbor as yourself.’

Mark 12:30 and Matthew 22:36 tell us that Jesus put another term in ‘God’s Contract’ ‘Love God and your neighbor as yourself.’


Question 3:  “Is it possible to ‘love God’ while we do not ‘love our neighbor’?”

Answer:  “We show our ‘love for God’ by how well we ‘love our neighbor’.”


Question 4:  “If one person has a thousand, or a milllion, or a billion dollars while neighbors live in poverty, can they show meaningful ‘love for God and their neighbors’?”

Answer:  “St. Faustina tells us that ‘the souls of Catholics shine like stars in the sky’.  She also reveals that the souls of Catholic priests and religious who take Holy Vows of Poverty, Celibacy, and Obedience ‘shine like the moon’.”


Question 5:  “What do Catholics learn from that?”

Answer: “We learn that the best of people choose to be poor and chaste so they may focus more effort on being obedient to Every Word of God.”


Question 6:  “What do Catholics do when they understand that?”

Answer:  “We go to Confession!  We realize that The Power of God is so great that He has given His Cathoic priests This Power in John 20:23!  ‘Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.’


Question 7:  “Does God have enough Power to let Catholic priests ‘forgive sins’ 2,000 years after He Ordained His First Catholic Bishops with That Authority?”

Answer:  “That’s what makes Catholics different!  We believe God is So Powerful that His Power of Ordination makes every Cathollc priest another living link in a living chain.  It reaches back to His Personal Ordination of The First Catholic Bishops, The Disciples, at The Last Supper.”


Question 8:  “Is God so Powerful that His Catholic Sacraments, ‘the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven’, can still be given to those who obey His Church-Creating Word?  ‘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.’

Answer:  “God is more powerful than that!  St. Faustina teaches that in the moments before death, the soul is closer to God than ever.  Many will be blessed to cry out, ‘God, forgive me for ignoring Any Word from You and The One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Chuch that You died to Speak into Being on Earth.”


Catholics pray:

“May our soul have the “Traction” / to not die in “Contraction” / to Any Word of Jesus Christ, our Lord.”

“May all souls have the ‘Traction’ / to make our final action / a plea for God’s Great Mercy from Above.”


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