Catholic, Christian Church s, Saints & save the Seven DeadlySins I bring you a link withinfo on the medieval church of Wales. This is a fabulous story onMessage 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2012View Source
Catholic, Christian Church's, Saints & save the Seven DeadlySins
I bring you a link withinfo on the medieval church of Wales. This is a fabulous story on thepreservation of the Christian heritage born out of the Catholicchurch. Some christian people like to look at the Catholic church as anenemy of the faith..
This is wrong, because many greatworks of salvation were recorded and preserved through the Catholiccredibility. The Christian church was so fragmented for years, that it did needa larger institution to have the power to record and verify biblical works.
The power of the saints, in all their virtueand faith was amazing and so verified by the catholic church. Doesany-one out there want to deny them their suffering? They suffered many evilsto show the strength of the Lord, carried by him, through their obedience andfaith.
Likewise they (and their suffering) are justas important in the literature of christian history. These were periods of timein the christian movement that the actual concept of faith was beingestablished. They (the saints) are the epitome of what the bible said wouldhave to happen to receive in the later-days.They were carriers of a crossthemselves and yes it is sown of the bible words.
In order for Gods prophetic theologicalmasterpiece to take place, (The Book of Revelations) these hurdles needed to behad. I'm not saying to pray directly to the saints, but find them in yourthoughts. Although it was written in the bible that, the future of the saintswould entail them having great power and authority one day. In the passagebelow, Jesus talked about this very subject.
(6:02) "Do ye not know that the saints shalljudge the world?
(6:03) Know ye not that we shall judge angels?" ( 1 Corinthians 6:02-3, KJV)
Here the Lord speaks to the faithful of those days,letting them know what their fate would be if they were loyal to God. Remembermany Christians were crucified and murder after the event of Jesus beingcrucified. Jesus was the corner stone for the foundation of "TheSaints".
So I ask once more who could deny the saintstheir status? Because that is all the Catholic church was trying to do, to keeprecords of those who really stood out in their saint-hood. I guess that wastheir apostlestic presence, to document and recordtowards the future works.
I won't go into details of their failings, becauseall the churches seem to be falling short. How do I know, ( you may ask) wellif we were all at our mark, there wouldn't be "many Churchdenominations"; now would there? Nope, there would be only one church; all "United under God".
As far as the child abuse scandals; it becomes veryevident that the Catholic church lost its battle with the devil. One to manyexorcisms that they evidently were not prepared to take on. It seems thosepriest took those evils home with them and I'm not joking!
La. Fair, M.Div (Rev/Min.)
Please check out the link below. I think you willfind it very interesting no matter your denomination.
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