“Did I reject Jesus or did He reject me?”


Every prideful person since Judas has found reasons to avoid The Only Church Jesus Founded. Few ask: “Did I reject Jesus or did He reject me?”

Catholic Fundamentalism suggests that God has provided Creation as a huge stage set. He wrote and downloaded The Creation Program so brilliantly that every person is free to believe and obey or not.

The only thing we know: Prophecies about The Coming Messiah were written and preserved. Despite odds of trillions to one, those prophecies were fulfilled. Jesus was born of the predicted Tribe and House at the appointed time and place. He performed the predicted Miracles. As prophesied, He died in plain sight. He was lifted up before men, pierced, no bones broken, and many bones visible. He returned from the dead and Ascended into Heaven.

Many take Him semi-seriously. “I believe in Jesus. I believe in The Bible. I do not believe in The Only Church He Founded. Jesus was simply wrong to say “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.”
At the heart of that disobedience is the prideful conclusion: “I know more than Jesus!”

Jesus gave one instruction more than any other. He repeated His clear call to Catholic Communion an astonishing eighteen times: “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”
All that God said and did led to The Last Supper. His faithful, for the first time, received His Body and Blood. They could do so in every Catholic Mass that followed.

Those too proud to be in The Only Church Jesus Founded may not receive His Body and Blood in Catholic Communion. They do not “have life in” them. In every generation: Death is the price paid for Protestantism’s Pride.