We Worship The Son, Not The Sun

Yes, Amen ❤
" If you are reading this post and you are Catholic, and if you truly love Jesus, the One who died for your sins, heed His warning."


Does this monstrance represent God? How very fitting to call this thing that because it IS a monstrous thing that robs God’s glory. Does God desire for anyone to bow to anything crafted by human hands?

Does the One True God who is Spirit and Truth reside in this representation? Did Jesus or any of the apostles prescribe that we craft such a thing to bow to?

Is it okay to bow to this sun looking abomination?

Do not forget John 3:16,

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

The main focus is believing in the Son, nothing extra like veneration of icons and representations of saints and Mary.

How far Catholicism has fused idolatry with Christianity that Christianity is reduced to the veneration of representations, created things rather than the…

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2 thoughts on “We Worship The Son, Not The Sun

    1. AMEN, Sister! Spreading the absolute truth!!!

      We walk by faith, not by sight! 2 Corinthians 5:7

      We have the Holy Spirit of God through Jesus The Messiah! That is all we need to know for our salvation! No one else ~ nothing else!

      I remember in my many years of practicing Catholicism (because that is what it is-a practice) I always used the reasoning that we needed visuals and that it wasn’t harming anything…UNTIL THE DAY THE GOOD LORD OPENED MY EYES!

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