Can Protestants have Christ’s promised life in them?

A frequent comment:  “We have communion in our church.  It is insulting to be told that it’s not as good as Communion in a Roman Catholic Church.”  That is not an insult.  It is a fact.

Catholic Fundamentalism explains:

Only The Roman Catholic Church is a direct, living link with St. Peter.  “Why is that important?”, we are often asked.  The answer:  “Because Jesus said these words to Peter:  ‘Thou art Peter, and 0n this rock, I build My Church.'”

Jesus did not say to Martin Luther, “Thou are Martin, and on this rock, I build My Church.”  Jesus did not say that to anyone, except Peter.

Why does that make an important difference to anyone?

Jesus was very clear when He said,  “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.”  Priests of The Roman Catholic Church, by the Sacrament of Holy Orders, have been given the power to change wine and wafer, through the Miracle of Transubstantiation, into The Blood and The Body of Jesus Christ.  So, when Catholics receive Communion, we eat His Body and drink His Blood.

Those who leave The Church stop receiving His life-giving Body and Blood.  Their souls shrivel.   After too long away, it is as if their real life never was.  Many spread that lifelessness by separating others from the life that Jesus promised those who ate His Body and drank His Blood.

Jesus gave a test to the ages:  “Will you be faithful to what I have told you?  Will you have life in you by eating My Body and drinking My Blood?”

In every age, many give up that life.  Can Protestants have Christ’s promised life in them?  Or, do they die, long before their funeral, by ignoring His words, “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.”

We should explain, as often as we can, why there is nothing more important than having the life He promised within us.  Catholic Fundamentalism concludes:  All the world should be Catholic.