Our job on earth: make our spirit obey our soul.

We each have a soul, spirit, mind, and body. At death, our soul will leave our spirit, mind, and body. It will go to Judgment.

At Judgment, our soul will be sent to Heaven or to hell. Jesus was clear about the only souls who may get into Heaven:

“You are My friends if you obey My commands.”


The soul and the spirit are different. Our soul is “made in the image of God.” If our soul controls our spirit, they will both obey God. Our mind and body will follow.

When our spirit does what it wants, it ignores the deep desire of our soul to be at one with God. If we let our spirit rule our soul, it drowns in disobedience.


Catholics try to get our spirit, mind, and body to obey our soul’s cry for Heaven. When our soul and spirit agree, we grow closer to God.

This is clear to Catholics: “Life is a test of souls. Creation was put into place to give us free will. If we willfully choose to disobey God, we automatically lose our soul. We must choose to obey God.”

Our soul can control our spirit. Our spirit can be made to obey our soul, just as Jesus obeyed The Father.

Our job on earth is clear. We must make our spirit obey our soul.


All Seven Catholic Sacraments exist to help our soul control our spirit. They are “the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”

Jesus gave the only “keys to The Kingdom of Heaven” to one man and to The Only Church He Founded with His 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.”


Catholics are blessed to obey God. Our souls are helped to be in charge of our spirits. Our spirits are blessed to direct our mind and body to serve and obey God.

The souls of anti-Catholics are overwhelmed by their spirits. Their poor souls drown in disobedience. We must not let that happen to us.

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