What is the 18th silly thing some Protestants say?

All Protestants believe in Jesus. They are fond of saying so! “I believe in Jesus!” is the most repeated sentence in Protestant theology.

Protestants make things too simple. “All we need to do is believe in Jesus! I believe in Jesus! Jesus has to let me into Heaven because I believe in Him!”

Protestants love to go on and on and on about that.


The Protestant Problem is clear. Jesus never said “If you believe in Me, I will let you into Heaven.”

Jesus was very specific about the only people whose souls He will let into Heaven. “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

Jesus holds those who call themselves “believers” to a higher standard. When someone says “I believe in Jesus.” and then disobeys Jesus, their sin of disobedience is greater.

Many have willfully refused to be among His obedient “friends”.


The obedient “friends” of Jesus obey His Holy, Church-Founding Word. “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.”

Protestantism is built on self-serving reasons to disobey Jesus’ Holy Word. Many Protestants do not know that Protestantism is disobedience to Jesus.

Other Protestants do know of Jesus’ Church-Founding Decree and willfully embrace the usual reasons to disobey Him! They willfully refuse to be in The Only Church Jesus Spoke Into Being.


What happens to those who knowingly and willfully disobey Jesus?

John 3:36 is as clear as crystal. “Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever disobeys the Son will not see life, but the wrath of God remains upon him.”

Intelligent Christians want to “see life”! And, we do not want “the wrath of God” remaining on us”!

We are blessed to obey The Holy Word with Which Jesus Spoke The Only Church He Founded Into Being.


Catholics are forever grateful to have been Catholics during our day in the clay!

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