Skip to comments.Mary is our Mother and Queen of the New Davidic Kingdom (Scriptures Agree With Catholic Church)
Posted on 02/24/2010 11:17:16 AM PST by Pyro7480
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It's only judgment when there is no truth behind it. Reading the condescending nature of many of your post reveals many thing about you.
Remember,Christianity is a supernatural religion and Our Blessed Lord reveals to those close to Him what needs to be said for the good of others whether they want to hear it or not.
I have needed to be humbled at times in my life and am grateful for people who loved me enough to see I was in error.
I was once Protestant in error as well
I will be praying for you at Adoration this week.There has been many miraculous things from Christ in the lives of people through my Adoration prayer. Our Lord answers these prayers in His Real Presence in the most Blessed Sacrament
As the late Fr John Hardon once said...
Jesus is on earth in the Blessed Sacrament. Why? In order that we might come to him now no less than his contemporaries did in first century Palestine. If we thus approach him in loving faith, there is no limit to the astounding things he will do. Why not? In the Eucharist he has the same human lips that told the raging storm, "Be still" and commanded the dead man, "Lazarus, come forth!"
There are no limitations to Christ's power, as God, which he exercises through his humanity in the Eucharist. The only limitation is our own weakness of faith or lack of confidence in his almighty love.
I was curiouas if you could substantiate the idiomatic usage of “things not people”. So you can’t, but I substantiated the application of “ta idia” to the entire church by plain text and two scripture quotes that say the same thing. Read the scripture attentively and you will leave the fraud of Protestantism behind.
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