What is the 19th silly thing some Protestants say?

The Profiteers of Protestantism make a living by leading their donors to disobey Jesus. “You are smart! You are a good person! Jesus has to let you into Heaven! I will tell you that as long as you give me 10% of your income!”

They have lost touch with reality. The Profiteers of Protestantism teach the vanity that leads their donors to an awful conclusion.

“We know more than Jesus!”


Catholics carefully consider the actual “Words of Jesus”. We realize that Jesus did “Speak” The Only Church He Founded Into Being with His Word to one man in all of history.

“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 Profiteers of Protestantism do not want to recognize The Holy, Church-Founding Word of Jesus. Their motives are obvious. They make a living by getting 10% tithes from those they lead to disobey The Word of Jesus.

At the heart of their unbelief is an awful vanity. What is the 19th silly thing some Protestants say? “We know more than Jesus about how to worship Him.”


That is the great crime of Protestant vanity. “We know more than Jesus about how to worship Him.” 45,000 men have invented Protestant Marketing Plans. They turned them into Protestant denominations. They all make a living with an ongoing insult to The Son of God. “We do not have to be in The Only Church Jesus Spoke Into Being. We can get to Heaven by our own efforts.”


No Protestant can recognize the simple fact. Jesus only lets one group of people into Heaven. He said so!

“You are My friends if you obey My commands.”

The Profiteers of Protestantism would rather spend eternity apart from His obedient “friends”. They are proud to be among His disobedient enemies.

Catholics are blessed to obey Jesus. We see through the lies and deceptions of the vain. We pray that all may be blessed to gratefully obey God instead of self-serving men.

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