Protestantism is only a disguise for vanity.

There are two kinds of people.

1. Some search for truth outside themselves.

2. Others believe truth is inside them.


All who search for Truth discover Jesus!  Some are blessed to find a Truth.   Jesus did fulfill Prophecies that predicted His Coming.

Jesus was born according to the Prophesied time, place, Tribe, and House.   Jesus was preceded by another Living Prophecy.  John The Baptist was the “voice crying in the wilderness”.   He confirmed that Jesus is The Messiah.

Over 300 Messianic Prophecies were fulfilled by Jesus Christ.

What will we do with that Truth from outside ourselves?


Believers know that God “Spoke” Creation into Being with His Holy Word.  The Bible tells us that Jesus “Spoke” One Church Into Being with His Holy 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.”


His Holy Word is not enough for those who want their opinions to be truth.  Protestants say two things.

“I believe Jesus is The Son of God!  I refuse to be in The Only Church Jesus Spoke Into Being.”

Protestantism is a only a disguise for vanity.


Protestants choose to believe that Jesus is The Son of God.  But, they turn that Truth against themselves.  They disobey His Holy, Church-Founding Word.  “I am right to disobey Jesus when I want.”

They have turned their opinions into an idol.  They put that idol ahead of The First Commandment, “Thou shall have no other gods before Me.”

Protestants love their opinions more than they love God.

Vanity keeps them from understanding that they have replaced God with their opinions.


Protestants are not honest enough to admit that Protestantism is only a disguise for vanity.

Vanity keeps billions of souls from going to Judgment and being among:  “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

We pray that our beloved Protestant neighbors will understand!   It is best to be forever among God’s obedient “friends”.  It is eternally hurtful to be among His self-worshiping enemies.

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