This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series One World Religion
From the beginning I want to clarify that this blog is not anti-Roman Catholic, we love Catholic people, we are anti-sin and anti-Satan. I was a devout Catholic for 25 years, studied from elementary through high school in a Catholic school. I have many family members and friends that are Catholics. When I was a baby Christian I married a Catholic, who later also got saved, we went to prayer meetings with Catholics, even went with relatives to their Catholic churches on special occasions and we believed we all could be the same body of Christ & that the Catholic Church just needed to make some small changes, etc. But it wasn’t until we study the Bible & also went deeper into Catholic doctrine, that we understood why they didn’t change or experienced any conviction of sins, and we also could understood what the real problem was. But we love Catholics and because we do, we warn them. I’m convinced that many Catholics will come to the Lord Jesus Christ in these last days, but when they do, eventually they will leave behind that corrupted system.
When we truly want to follow Christ and want to do what God says in His Word, then we have to put aside the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church or any other denomination, that are rooted in their own traditions or man-made doctrines, rather than in the true Word of God. How can we call ourselves Christians if we don’t follow Christ or His Word? but rather follow our own ideas or the teachings of men? (Mormons follow the teachings of Joseph Smith, Jehovah’s Witnesses follow teachings of Charles Russell & their Governing body, Moravians follow Masonic count Zinzendorf, Calvinists follow Calvin, etc. See the problem? ). Our advise… do not follow men but the son of God, invite Jesus Christ into your life, accept Him as your Lord & Saviour, and study His Word.
This people honors Me with their lips, But their heart is far from Me. And in vain they worship Me, Teaching as doctrines the commandments of men. Mark 7:6-7