The Catholic Bible has Prophecies about those who hate Jesus and His Church. #15.

Willful Protestants never have the vision to paint pictures like this!


Question 1:  “Why did The Profiteers of Protestantism take Seven Books out of The Bible?”

Answer:  “They removed Books that made The Church-Founding Decree of Jesus too clear:  ‘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.’


Question 2:  “Was removing those Books the first thing they did?”

Answer:  “Their first version of The King James Bible was the first, and last, Protestant Bible to include Books that had been in The Bible since St. Jerome put them there, back in 405 AD.”


Question 3:  “Why was The Book of Wisdom removed from Protestant Bibles?”

Answser:  “Today’s Catholic Reading is from Wisdom, Chapter 2 .  We look at all 24 verses and quickly understand the foundations of Willful Protestantism!

  1.  ‘For they said within themselves, with unsound reasoning, ‘Our life is short and sorrowful. There is no healing when a man comes to his end, and no one was ever known that was released from Hades.’  We see that groups of Willful Protestants joined ‘themselves’ together ‘with unsound reasoning’ that led them to conclude we do not have immortal souls.

2.  Willful Protestants agreed there was no life after death!  ‘Because we were born by mere chance, and hereafter we will be as though we had never been; because the breath in our nostrils is smoke, and reason is a spark kindled by the beating of our heart;’

3. Willful Protestants believed this would happen after death:  ‘which being extinguished, the body will be turned into ashes, and the spirit will be dispersed as thin air.’

4.  Willful Protestants did not worry about getting their souls into Heaven!  ‘Our name will be forgotten in time. No one will remember our works. Our life will pass away as the traces of a cloud, and will be scattered as is a mist, when it is chased by the rays of the sun, and overcome by its heat.’

5. Willful Protestants agreed that this was the fate of every human soul:  ‘For our allotted time is the passing of a shadow, and our end doesn’t retreat; because it is securely sealed, and no one turns it back.’

6. Willful Protestants decided what was most important to them in verses 7-11 that follow:  ‘Come therefore and let’s enjoy the good things that now exist. Let’s use the creation earnestly as in our youth.’  Willful Protestants never grow up!

7. These earthly desires were the driving force behind the worst of Willful Protestants:  ‘Let’s fill ourselves with costly wine and perfumes, and let no Spring flower pass us by.

8. ‘Let’s crown ourselves with rosebuds before they wither.

9. Let none of us go without his share in our proud revelry. Let’s leave tokens of mirth everywhere, because this is our portion, and this is our lot.

10. Let’s oppress the righteous poor. Let’s not spare the widow, nor reverence the gray hair of the old man.

11. But let our strength be a law of righteousness; for that which is weak is proven useless.  (Willful Protestants had to accept being destroyed by those stronger than they.)

12. The Profiteers of Protestantism had a plan to get rid of Jesus and His Catholic believers:  ‘But let’s lie in wait for the righteous man, because he annoys us, is contrary to our works, reproaches us with sins against the law, and charges us with sins against our training.’  Willful Protestants hate to Think Clearly about being ‘reproached’ for their intentional disobedience to The Church-Creating Word of Jesus!

13. The enemies of Jesus and His Church were identified for ages hating Jesus and anyone who:  ‘He professes to have knowledge of God, and calls himself a child of the Lord.

14. Why do many of them hate Catholics?  ‘He (and every Catholic) became to us a reproof of our thoughts.’  Despite being hated by them, Jesus and His Catholic followers still try to help Willful Protestants get their thinking and their souls in agreement with He Who Fulfilled The Prophecies!

15. Jesus and His Catholic followers are described:  ‘He is grievous to us even to look at, because His life is unlike other men’s, and His paths are strange.’

16. Jesus and His followers are condemned because:  ‘We were regarded by Him as worthless metal, and He abstains from our ways as from uncleanness. He calls the latter end of the righteous happy. He boasts that God is His Father.’  Jesus called them ‘worthless’ and ‘unclean’, and they hated Him for that!

17. Both the Crucifixion of Jesus and later attacks on Catholics are described:  ‘Let’s see if His words are true. Let’s test what will happen at the end of His life.’  (Let’s see if He will ‘rise from the dead’!)

18. ‘For if the righteous man is God’s Son, He will uphold Him, and He will deliver Him out of the hand of His adversaries.’

19. ‘Let’s test Him with outrage and torture, (that happened to Jesus and His Catholic martyrs!) that we may find out how gentle He is, and test His patience.’

20. ‘Let’s condemn Him (and His most obedient followers) to a shameful death, for He will be overseen according to His words.’


Question 4:  “Does Chapter 2 of The Book of Wisdom tell us what happens to those who choose to think they should disobey Any Words of Jesus?

Answer:  21. ‘Thus they reasoned, and they were led astray; for their wickedness blinded them,’

22. ‘and they didn’t know the mysteries of God, neither did they hope for wages of holiness (getting their immortal souls into Heaven), nor did they discern that there is a prize for blameless souls.’

23. ‘Because God created man for incorruption, and made him an image of Hs own everlastingness;’

Question 5:  “Who led The Profiteers of Protestantism to condemn Jesus and those in His One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church?

24. ‘but death entered into the world by the envy of the devil, and those who belong to him experience it.’


May all be blessed to obey The Church-Creating Word of Jesus Christ and get the only “keys to The Kingdom of Heaven” that He died in agony to leave on earth:

‘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.’


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