Monday, 8 September 2014

"If you do not warn them, you will die in your sin!"

We must not be afraid as Lay Catholics to call out evil when we see it, particularly when it comes form inside the Church. It is our duty through Confirmation to defend Christ and His Church from the enemy; even when that enemy is within. 

 This is the hardest hitting commentary I've ever heard by Michael Voris. 

Do not fall for the clericalism that the purveyors of episcopolatry and papolatry are peddling.

We do not need bishops who embrace every political whim and we don't need rock star popes.

We need shepherds of courage and faith and you and I need to be prepared to be warriors.

God have mercy upon all of us.


4 comments:

Tereze Avila said...

I am sorry, BUT VORIS IS RIGHT!!! We want PURE bishops!!! We do not want modernists and comprising mascots on the bishop's positions!!! What has happened to the PURE CHURCH OF JESUS!!!

Steve Dalton said...

Voris is aiming at the wrong target. Dolan is getting away with this garbage only because his boss in Vatican City is allowing it, or, God forbid, approving of it. Voris, however, refuses to criticize the Pope because he's, IMO, a papolatrist. He and his followers need to realize the Pope is only the Vicar of Christ, not Christ himself.

Steve Finnell said...

WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE BY STEVE FINNELL

I believe every word of the Bible. I believe every verse of Scripture. I believe everything God says in His book.

WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE IS WHAT THE BIBLE DOES NOT SAY.

I believed Jesus when He said, in John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE, IS WHAT JESUS DID NOT SAY IN John 3:16.

1. Jesus did not say, sprinkling water on infants, is Christian baptism.
2. Jesus did not say water baptism precedes believing in Him.
3. Jesus did not say, to baptize unbelieving babies or unbelieving adults and then teach them to have faith at a later date. ( If you can baptized non-believing babies, then why not baptize non-believing adults?)
4. Jesus did not say, infants who have been sprinkled are part of His body.
5. Jesus did not say, men are saved by "faith only."
6. Jesus did not say, men are saved by "grace alone."
7. Jesus did not say, men are saved before they are baptized in water.
8. Jesus did not say, water baptism is just a testimony of the believers faith and has nothing to do with the forgiveness of sins.
9. Jesus did not say, God has selected a few men to be saved and has appointed all others to burn in hell.
10. Jesus did not say, men did not have to repent to have their sins forgiven.(Repentance means to make the commitment to turn from sin and turn toward God)
11. Jesus did not say, men do not have to confess Him, as the Son of God, in order to have their sins forgiven.
12. Jesus did not say that men do not have to confess Him as Lord and Savior in order to enter the kingdom of God.
13. Jesus did not say men do not have to believe in His death, His burial, and His resurrection from the grave in order to be saved.
14. Jesus did not say men will will be saved as long as they are sincere in what they believe.
15. Jesus did not say, I am just one of many ways to the Father.
16. Jesus did not say, there is not a literal hell where the lost will spend eternity.
17. Jesus did not say, you do not have to be born of water and Spirit in order to enter the kingdom of God.
18. Jesus did not say, God will give, those He selects for salvation, the faith to believe, so they can be saved.
19. Jesus did not say, speaking in tongues is evidence that men have been saved.
20. Jesus did not say, if you were on on your death bed and wanted to believe, but died before you believed that He would saved you anyway.
21. Jesus did not say, if you believed, but died before you had time to be baptized in water, that you would sill be saved.
22. Jesus did not say, water baptism is not essential to have your sins forgiven.
23. Jesus did not say, you can be saved without faith.
24. Jesus did not say, you can be saved without confessing Him.
25. Jesus did not say, you can have your sins forgiven without repentance.
26 Jesus did not say, water baptism is just an act of obedience.
27. Jesus did not say, all men are guilty of Adam's sin.
28. Jesus did not say, everyone is guilty of original sin in the mothers womb.
29. Jesus did not say, infants are sinners.
30. Jesus did not say, we should pray to the Virgin Mary.
31. Jesus did not say, Peter was the first Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
32. Jesus did not say, when I return all the Jews and Gentiles who have rejected Me will get a second chance for salvation.


WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE IS WHAT JESUS DID NOT SAY.

WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE IS DOCTRINE NOT FOUND IN THE BIBLE.

WHAT I DON'T BELIEVE IS MAN-MADE DOCTRINE.

(Scripture quote from : NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE)


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Vox Cantoris said...

Dear Steve Finnell,

Jesus did say:

"You are Cephas (Peter, Pierre) and on this cephas (rock, pierre), I will build my Church."

"I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven."

"What you bind on earth is bound in heaven, what you loose on earth is loosed in heaven."

Now, the Church, One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic, came BEFORE the Holy Bible as we have it (without Luther's ripping it apart). For nearly 350 years, there was no "Holy Bible". It was the Catholic Church in Council and its "episcopi" bishops or overseers, that decided with prayer and dialogue tradition and the Holy Spirit to "canonise" as law that which was the inspired Word of God and out of that came the Bible which you believe in.

The Bible is a CATHOLIC BOOK.

As for the above, I have not the time nor the patience to challenge your proposition except to say this, you are not informed as to what the true Church outside of which there is no salvation teaches.

Further, much of what you have written that you "do not believe" is good, I don't either. Most of it is simply now what the Church teaches. How you can assume that the Catholic Church teaches all of this is beyond me.

May I suggest that you buy a book.

Rome, Sweet Home by Scott Hahn.

Pax.