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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #35 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 15:14:12 »
of course Protestants are going to hell for according to Jesus and rightly it seems that is the penalty for blasphemy against the HS and the sin is unforgiveable because no Protestant will admit and repent the blasphemy - so who ledb you astray and howb many have you led astray to hell - time for you to give up you nap and wake up it well past your bed time and sleepy lullabies - wincam

The Catholic church is living under the law where there is no salvation. Making the membership of the church a necessity for salvation is mans law. Salvation is by grace through faith.

When you point a finger, four are pointing back at you!

Thousands are seeing this to the praise and glory of God. They are leaving the Catholic church in droves. I hope you will also heed the call!

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #36 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 16:02:03 »
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Do you not believe that there are many Catholics who are saved?   Though under a legal system, the individual can still believe.  And is not faith all that is required? 

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #37 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 16:39:40 »
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Do you not believe that there are many Catholics who are saved?   Though under a legal system, the individual can still believe.  And is not faith all that is required? 

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You can't be saved mixing law, any kind of law, law of Moses or law made by man, with grace.

The grace of God is a free gift and comes only from God. If you add to that, and I mean anything, that grace is made of none effect.

The Catholics who come this knowledge are saved immediately, but they must separate themselves from that law, whatever that law may be that voids grace.

That's what's happening with many former Catholics, they are coming to the knowledge of the truth and getting out.

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #38 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 16:48:12 »
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The Israelites under the Law, were saved.   They were not saved because of the Law, but because of faith.  What I am saying is there are many, many, Catholics who are believers in Christ and saved.  But they are under a system heavily influenced by law. 

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #39 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 17:20:19 »
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of course Protestants are going to hell for according to Jesus and rightly it seems that is the penalty for blasphemy against the HS and the sin is unforgiveable because no Protestant will admit and repent the blasphemy - so who ledb you astray and howb many have you led astray to hell - time for you to give up you nap and wake up it well past your bed time and sleepy lullabies - wincam

Sad.

But, I forgive your ignorance and hard heart. May God as well.

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« Reply #40 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 19:07:15 »
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The Israelites under the Law, were saved.   They were not saved because of the Law, but because of faith.  What I am saying is there are many, many, Catholics who are believers in Christ and saved.  But they are under a system heavily influenced by law. 

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Yes, there are those in the Catholic church saved. They learned the true meaning of grace, and they will get out when the Holy Spirit convicts them of the teaching they are under.

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #41 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 19:46:55 »
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Why should they get out?  They are saved by faith while they are in.  They can continue in their faith and disagree with some of the Roman teachings.  They don't have to leave.   

Does every Church of Christ member have to leave to be saved?  Of course not.  But they too are under a legal system.

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Re: John the Baptist ?
« Reply #42 on: Thu Sep 08, 2016 - 20:13:04 »
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