Protestantism is cloudy place

Protestantism is a cloudy place between light and dark. Many Protestants realize that the set decorations of The Big Movie are created entities.  Stage props and set decorations give us the freedom to choose between Creator and Creation.

Catholics try to focus on The Light. We strive to avoid being distracted by the light emitting and reflecting entities He created. Worldly people worship worldly things. Catholics worship God. Protestantism is a cloudy place between The Only Church Jesus Founded and darkness.

Worldly people avoid The Creator.

“I do not believe that God created the universe.  Science says the universe is twenty billion years old.”

“I do not believe that God created mankind.  Science says we ‘evolved’.”

“I do not believe in God because there are things I do not like.”

“I can’t obey ‘Love your neighbor.’  I wish my inconvenient neighbors, even the unborn, were dead.”

Protestants do see some of God’s light. “The odds that Jesus fulfilled The Prophecies are trillions to one. The smartest bet I can make is to believe in Him.”

Catholics are blessed to know that Jesus Decreed One Church Into Being when He said to one man, one time:

“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 obey His Only Church-Founding Decree.

Willful disobedience has a bad effect. Protestantism is a cloudy place between God and worldly things. Protestantism’s 45,000 Marketing Plan Denominations insist: “We can worship God and do as we please. We do not need to be in The Only Church Jesus Founded.”

Protestantism rejects The Only Church Jesus Founded. Protestantism is a cloudy place between God and darker vanities. By disobeying The Only Church-Founding Decree of Jesus, Protestants lose access to the only “keys to The Kingdom of Heaven” that Jesus left on earth.

We pray that their belief will be made meaningful by respectful obedience.