“Different Jesus ~Different Mary”

I still keep Roman Catholic materials coming to our home just to a) sometimes to have God’s Holy Spirit reassure me That JESUS is absolute truth! (That may sound strange for someone that has not been in bondage to Roman Catholicism- those of us that have been led out- or at least admittedly me- feel the tug of the liar telling us WE are wrong… “Did God really say that? ” as the serpent questioned Eve- and b) just to see what shenanigans are going on now and still.

The following is an ad that -ironically- has come out of a Roman Catholic magazine called “Christ is our Hope” August 2019 edition.

My question to them is if Christ is their hope why do they need their Mary? Why do they need their mystical Saint Mary Magdalene de’Pazzi (and their other hundreds of “Saints” that they pray to and through? Why? Because they have a different Jesus- a different Gospel (their “gospel ” is bad news NOT Good News 😢)

The dear Lord guided me to John 14:6 for that answer when I was desperately seeking His truth-the REAL GOD-THE REAL JESUS-in that verse Jesus tells EVERYONE “I am the way the truth and the life- no one comes to the father but by me (Jesus).”

As I pray to ready myself for a Roman Catholic wake and funeral tomorrow- I know I have to be prepared to walk out for sure during the “Rosary”…I just can’t stand the thought of even hearing it… I will make sure I am by a door for a quick -humbling escape…

That being said I am asking for prayer tomorrow- not just for me and my husband as we endure the agony -YES AGONY- of this service- but for those that maybe have the same burning questions that so many of us have had while we practiced this religion of idolatry 💕 If just ONE gets an answer tomorrow that’s one less that’s stuck in emptiness with the father of lies 🙏🏻💕

One more thing I saw this on a church board today:

“If you think you are half saved-you are totally lost”

Posted with absolute love on my heart for God’s absolute TRUTH that can only come from the Good Lord ❤️

Elvis Presley – How Great Thou Art LYRICS! HD! – YouTube

Dear Lord,

We have ABSOLUTELY no idea how truly great you are! But we are blessed to know that you ARE GREAT! So all our souls can blessedly do right now is sing that You are great! \We know that and believe that-FOREVER AND EVER AND EVER…\o/

In Jesus name-amen and amen!

❤️❤️❤️

Elvis Presley – How Great Thou Art LYRICS! HD! – YouTube
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What’s stopping you from accepting Jesus Christ and leaving Catholicism? — excatholic4christ

Amen! John 14:6 Jesus says: “I am the way the truth and the life- no one comes to the Father but by me.”
NO ONE- HE IS IT – Please listen to Jesus ❤️❤️❤️

Catholic friend, come out of Roman Catholicism, repent of your sin and accept Jesus Christ as your Savior by faith alone, and then ask the Lord to lead you to an evangelical church in your area that preaches God’s Word without compromise. Is Catholicism a true or false religion? https://carm.org/is-catholicism-a-true-or-false-religion

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❤ SHARED WITH THE LOVE OF GOD’S TRUTH FOR EVERYONE ❤

We have no justifiable excuses to continue in our addictions. There are none.

There IS a Way out-His Name Is Jesus ❤

Romans 3:23-26

23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;

24 Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus:

25 Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God;

26 To declare, I say, at this time his righteousness: that he might be just, and the justifier of him which believeth in Jesus.

~ TRUE PEACE~

True peace is a gift from God found only through what He has done for us through Christ Jesus ❤ ❤ ❤

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COLOSSIANS 3:15 BREAKDOWN:

And let the peace of God rule in your hearts
By “the peace of God” is meant, either the peace believers have with God, which is his gift, and passes all understanding, and flows from a comfortable apprehension of interest in the blood, righteousness, and atonement of Christ; or rather that peace which does, or should subsist among the saints themselves, which God is the author of, calls for, and requires, and encourages in them. The Vulgate Latin, Syriac, and, Ethiopic versions, read, “the peace of Christ”; and so the Alexandrian copy, and some others. This may be said to “reign” in their hearts, when it is the governing principle there; when it restrains the turbulent passions of anger, wrath, and revenge, allays undue heats, moderates the spirits, and composes differences. The metaphor is taken from the judge in the Olympic games, who was the umpire, the moderator, and who determined whose the victory was, and to whom the crown belonged; the apostle would have no other umpire among the saints than the peace of God: and the arguments he uses follow,

to the which also you are called in one body;
the saints in their effectual calling are called to peace by God, who is the God of peace; by Christ, who is the Prince of peace; and by the Spirit, whose fruit is peace; and through the Gospel, which is the Gospel of peace, and into a Gospel state, which lies in peace, righteousness, and joy in the Holy Ghost: and they are not only called to this, but they are called “in one body”; though they are many members, yet they are but one body; and therefore ought to be in peace, and that should bear the sway in them, seeing it is unnatural for members of the same body to quarrel with each other.

And be ye thankful;
which intends either gratitude to men, to fellow creatures, for any service or kindness done by them, especially to the saints, the members of the same body, who are placed in a subservience, and in order to be useful to each other; or else to God, for all spiritual blessings in Christ, and particularly the peace he gives, for the effectual calling, and a place in the body, the church; and “to Christ”, as the Syriac version reads, for all those graces which come from him, and strength to exercise them, and for himself, and an interest in him, who is all in all; and a grateful spirit, both for spiritual and temporal mercies, is a very becoming and beautiful one, and is another part of the ornament of a Christian: this last is added to make way for what follows.