Protestants avoid this truth: Jesus Is The Power Who Empowers.

Vanity keeps Protestants from fully understanding: Jesus Is The Power Who Empowers.

1. Jesus Is The Power Who Spoke His 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.”

2. Jesus Is The Power Who Ordained His Apostles as The First Catholic Bishops. We know that because they Founded Catholic Churches. We know they were Catholic Churches because they sent, and still send, Catholic representatives to Catholic Councils. Those Catholic Councils were called by Catholic Popes. Those Catholic Popes were Successors to the only man Jesus put in charge of The Only Church He Founded.

3. Jesus Is The Power Who Empowers Catholic Bishops to ordain Catholic priests with their Power to Provide Catholic Sacraments.

4. Jesus Is The Power who Empowers Catholic priests to preside over The Miracle of Transubstantiation. Catholic priests are empowered to turn bread and wine into The Actual Body and Blood of Jesus! For 2,000 years, Catholic priests have been obeying Jesus. They do as He commanded them at The Last Supper: “(You) do this in remembrance of Me.

5. Jesus Is The Power Who Empowers Catholic priests with The Power to forgive sins. John 20:23 and Matthew 16: 19-20: “Those whose sins you forgive on earth are forgiven in Heaven.”

6. Jesus Is The Power Who Empowers each of us! He has empowered every person on earth with the ability to obey Him instead of the devil. We each have The Power to be among: “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”


What keeps Protestants from obeying He Who Is The Power Who Empowers?

Protestants let themselves be overpowered by their personal opinions and desires. They will not let Jesus tell them what to do!

That love of self keeps Protestants from being among His obedient “friends”. Forever.

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