Protestants say “I’m good, too!”

All human beings live on or near the surface of the earth. Therefore, we are all about the same distance to God and His Divine Energy. All souls receive His energy, but some burn brightly.

Why are other souls dimmer? Sinners are no farther from God than Saints. Sinners’ souls are dark because they hog up all the energy they receive from God. Rather than use the energy to love God and their neighbors, they use their talents to seek “More for me!”

God’s light can’t get through such souls to others. Those who are confused cannot transmit His light. They know that other absorb and send out God’s light and that they don’t. They hate that! Even Protestants say: “I’m good, too!” They insist, “I’m just as good as anyone!”

We hear those cries coming most loudly from those who are separated from God and The Only Church He Founded by their vanity. Vanity leads many to ignore or twist God’s clear message: “Verily, verily 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.”

Once their vain demon from the Tribe of Pride keeps them from The Only Church Founded by He Who Fulfilled the Prophecies, they are separated from Jesus, Who clearly said “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”
Those too vain to believe and obey often get angry with God for not worshiping their own thoughts and feelings as much as they do.

The little dead places in the brain that result from purposefully avoiding His Body and Blood in Catholic Communion result in the darkening of souls. No matter how emphatically Protestants say “I’m good, too!”, all souls are dimmed to the degree they ignore Jesus and The Only Church He Founded.