What is the 21st silly thing some Protestants say?

We have listed 20 silly things some Protestants say. We draw closer to understanding the nature of Protestantism! A dark force lurks behind the silly things some Protestants say.

The dark force tells them: “Do not focus on The Actual Words of Jesus!”

For instance: we encourage our Protestant neighbors to focus on The Holy Word by Which Jesus Spoke The 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.”

What do Protestants do? They refuse to focus on that! They immediately change the subject. They say, “Catholics worship idols!” Or, “A church is not a building.” Or, “There are many sinful Catholics!”


We have uncovered an amazing fact! Protestants hate to focus!

Their lives are spent avoiding The Actual Words of Jesus!


Most Protestants are intelligent enough to understand that Jesus did fulfill The Prophecies. They are smart enough to know that Jesus is The Promised Messiah.


So, why do Protestants hate to focus on the two, simple sentences from Jesus?

Even now, Protestants are reading this and changing the subject! They are avoiding the fact that they refuse to focus on Jesus.

We will read responses from Protestants to this simple post. None of them will admit the simple truth! “I will not focus on The Actual, Church-Founding Word of Jesus!”


Their desire becomes their will. “I will not focus on all the Actual Words of Jesus.”

Their refusal to focus keeps their soul from respectful obedience.

Willful disobedience keeps them from being among the only people Jesus lets into Heaven.

Jesus told us who they are! “You are My friends if you obey My commands.”


What are we Catholics to do with our great discovery?

First, let’s learn by watching them avoid focusing upon The Actual Words of Jesus.

Then, we ask a simple question. “Why do you avoid The Actual Words of Jesus?”

We may have to ask many, many times.

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