My soul will live forever, somewhere.


Our tiny soul, a spark smaller than a grain of sand, begins to burn from the moment of its conception.   For nine months, it coalesces our spirit, mind, and body around it.  Many understand:  My soul will live forever, somewhere.

Many conclude, “How do I spend eternity in Heavenly Joy?”

We find we are in a marketplace!  From every side, we hear from denominations that excuse every desire:  “I can get you to Heaven!  I will praise you for being smart, wise, and good, no matter what you do!  Follow me!  Do what you want on earth and go to Heaven!”

45,000 competing denominations claim to have “the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven”.  Pride leads us to find one that will provide excuses for every desire.

Some are blessed to understand that Jesus Founded One Church.  He clearly said, one time to one man:   “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.”

Catholics blessed with an honest view of history know that The Disciples ordained by Jesus spread The Catholic Church throughout the Roman Empire.  For three hundred years, Catholic priests were ordained in living link with Jesus’ Ordination of The Disciples.

Catholics were viciously persecuted.  For three centuries, the first 30 Successors to Peter were painfully martyred.  So were hundreds of thousands of faithful Catholics.   In 313 A.D., Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan made it legal to be Catholic. By then, The Church had winnowed out the false scriptures.  The Church compiled, ordered, and provided The Bible.

By 500 A.D., “The Thousand Year Reign” of The Catholic Church over Western Christendom had begun.  It ended, a thousand years later, when Martin Luther renounced his Vows of Chastity, Obedience, and Poverty for sex, fame, and money.

Christendom continues to be confused by 45,000 denominations.  Each was invented by an ambitious Protestant man with a Marketing Plan.   Pride leads many to find one that makes them “feel good about myself”.