The worst sins do the greatest harm.

He Who Fulfilled The Prophecies took human form. Jesus made this promise: “I come to divide.” Jesus divided all humanity into two groups. “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

His obedient “friends” are blessed to understand: “Jesus always told The Truth. Jesus is Truth! I love Jesus. I love Truth. I will strive to obey Jesus.”

The obedient “friends” of Jesus obey His Only Church-Founding Decree:

“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.”


The disobedient enemies of Jesus willfully decide to disobey His Only Church-Founding Decree. They “willfully” disobey Jesus because they are too “full” of their own “will” to obey His. That’s what “willful” means.


The worst sins do the most harm. Our own sins will condemn our own soul.

A greater sin is to lead our neighbors to be among the disobedient enemies of Jesus. Many encourage their neighbors to disobey Jesus. “You do not need to obey Jesus. You are smart and you are good and you are going to Heaven. You should follow me instead of obeying Jesus.”

Many are genuinely confused. That may provide some excuse at Judgment.

Others are glad to find reasons to leave The Only Church Jesus Founded. They are willfully looking for excuses to avoid Catholic Teachings that condemn things they want to do. They are too “full” of their own “will” to do His. That’s what “willful” means.


Those who make a living by leading others to disobey Jesus are automatically breaking several Commandments.

They have put themselves before God, violating The First Commandment. They are violating “Thou shall not steal.” And, they are breaking the Commandment “Thou shall not bear false witness.”

The worst sins do the most harm.

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