This is how some Protestants get rich.


The Profiteers of Protestantism are Marketing Masters!     45,000 Profiteers of Protestantism have invented Marketing Plans and turned them into denominations!   This is how some Protestants get rich.

First, they identify a local, regional, or larger group of donors.   Then, they invent a Marketing Plan.   Their doctrine is their income!


Protestant Marketing Plans reflect this truth about human nature.  “If it makes me feel good, I will believe it!”


Protestant Marketing Plans are filled with “feel-good” phrases.

1.  “Jesus loves you!”

2.  “We believe in Jesus!”

3.  “Jesus needs you!”  (Vain people happily believe that He Who made all there is needs them! )

4.   “Your feelings are important!”

5.   “You are right about things!”  (Protestant personalities believe:  “My opinion is truth.”)

6.   “I know how wonderful you are!”

7.   “God loves you just the way you are!  


This is how some Protestants get rich.  They know about human nature.

Donors want approval.  They want to be needed.  They want people to be grateful to them.  They want to feel important.  They want to do as they desire.  They will pay those who tell them what they want to hear!


~On the other hand . . . ~

Catholics realize our “human nature” is a desire for self-gratification.  That desire takes pseudo-theological form in Protestantism.  Catholics know that praising ourselves for having been “made in the image of God” is not enough.

If we are going to be pleasing to God, Catholics know we must be among “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

We know we cannot be among His obedient “friends” if we willfully disobey Him and His Teachings.  So, we obey The Holy Word with Which He Who Fulfilled The Prophecies Spoke The Only Church He Founded Into Being:

“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.”

Catholics realize that Jesus left no other such “keys” on earth.

They open “the gates of Heaven”.   They lock away our vanity.

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