No, not intentionally anyway.
The Christ could walk on water. (Matthew 14:22-33) He is able to turn seven loaves of bread and distribute it to four thousand people. (Mark 8: 1-9) He can also heal the sick. (Matthew 15: 30) He can probably do anything.
The truth is I pick up my torture stake and follow Jesus every day. I wake up, pray to acknowledge the Holy Spirit, study the Bible using Watchtower literature which has helped immensely, pray some more to close the study session giving thanks, and I'll then read some more of whatever book I happen to be reading at the time.
You know, a Christian doesn't need to resort to trickery. We study the Truth.
They were important commandments for us to learn if we wanted to please the True God. He showed us how to appropriately worship Him and taught us what is acceptable to please Him.
Witches/Wizards would be people who practice Black Magic and Satanism. The people who were accused of being witches, were in truth, not witches at all. And the people who claimed to be "Christian's" were not Christian's.
They were wolves in sheep's clothing.
What he meant was He who is filled with Holy Spirit, lead the way and be an example for the sinner's to follow, which is what I am doing. I'm not "slamming" anyone.
No it's not. Ask God in prayer to reveal His Word to you and everything will begin to make sense. The prayer must be sincere and from your heart.
So far, I haven't judged anybody to my knowledge. I did state a fact about the Catholic Church.
So far, I've stated a fact about the Catholic Church - That paedophilia is rampant and has been covered-up. That's not a judgement so much as a matter of truth.
Agreed. That's why I don't really follow it anymore. I focus on a relationship with Jesus Christ instead of a religion.
1 - The Roman Catholic Church is a kingdom of this world. Jesus Christ told His faithful disciples that His kingdom would "Not be of this world." - John 18:36
2 - "Nun" isn't in the Bible. Fact. You can't replace the definition to an idea with what you want it to be. That could be considered sacrilege.
3 - Christ meant "keys to the kingdom" in a spiritual sense. Peter was to lead the way in the works of the spirit. His (Jesus) kingdom is not of this world.
Christ also never told Peter to hoard tons of money inside of vaults, cover-up sexual assaults by the priests, turn Italy into a giant money-laundering scheme, force Catholicism down our throats at a young age, lazily sit on a gold throne while the world suffers and starves, etc.
Pope Benedict would wear I think an Ephod (head-wear) at times that had "Vicavius Filii Dei" (Latin) written across it. Those words mean "Vicar of the Son of God".
This is blasphemous, as we don't need to answer to a vicar to get to Christ.
Jesus died that we all may have salvation. All we have to do is pray sincerely. This takes us straight through to Jesus Christ. This is also blasphemous for one more reason: The numerical value of this blasphemous title - "Vicavius Filii Dei" - is 666. This is the Mark of the Beast, or the Mark of the Anti-Christ.
Search it on YouTube, the net or anywhere.
4 - That doesn't stop it's priest's from sexually abusing young boys. Sickening to think about.
I do study the Bible, and it isn't my fault you've never heard it's Truth's before. Too busy looking into Catholicism, and I say that respectfully.
Sister, I'm not the one who hasn't yet begun a Bible study.
I'm not the one who doesn't search into these conspiracies regarding the Pope.
I'm not the one who refuses to acknowledge the Vatican/Catholicism isn't what it claims to be.
May divine love, divine light, and understanding be with you. I believe you have a calling in your life. I just hoped I could get you to view things with an open mind.
- And Jesus said "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding." - Proverbs 3:5