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Wrong Worship



  • 2011-09-14T12:45:11

Laine Mikael Foxes book of Martyrs was a propaganda piece payed for by the Church of England at the order of the Queen (who actually had 10 times as many Catholics put to death as her sister Mary did to non-Catholics). While there are some facts, many are exaggerated, with even a few of the martyrs to be found alive at publishing. Try to study objectively from neutral sources and you will find the Truth, and be swimming the Tiber in no time.

  • 2011-09-14T12:38:19

Laine Mikael have you actually look at things objectively? Have you ever wondered why the Bible never says it has authority but does show Christ giving it to Peter and than the other apostles? Have you ever pondered that the almost no Protestant churches receive Christ's "Body and Blood" as he instructed in John 6? Have you ever pondered that Jesus himself actually rebuked the "once saved" heresy when he said "many will say Lord Lord and he will reply away I never knew you". Or Pondered on the fact that if Mary was to have no other roll in salvation history than birth chamber, it was cruel and sadistic of Christ to have her witness his death when He could have easily called her home before.Or considered that "scatterer" is another name for satan, and that there are now 30,000 Protestant denominations and more everytime a 7/11 is empty.

  • 2011-09-13T23:52:02

When we use the word worship we are basically saying, God our heavenly father is worthy of our relationship, in the spiritual, physical, emotional, moral, relational, and finical aspect of our life. Including him in ever part of my every life that’s worship to me

  • 2011-09-13T23:30:27

C'mon man!

  • 2011-09-13T16:38:52

Michael McCleary And lets remember what you said earlier, Michael McCleary: you said ignorance and pride are Luther's true inheritance. Well, I argue that the protestant reformation (led by great men like Luther and Calvin and others) freed the people to realize what God has given them in Christ Jesus. The reformation also forced the Catholic church to change... for the better. The Catholic church's dictatorship and monopoly on the Word of God has come to an end. Thank God for that! So, lets not bring judgement on men who with a clear conscience before God fought for the Truth of God in the face of that tyrannical repression! Having said all this, I fully respect the fact that the Catholic church is part of the rootsystem of the Christian church! But that does not mean I can't say it was a lousy steward of the treasures it was entrusted with, and that a reformation was necessary.

  • 2011-09-13T12:44:08

Michael McCleary Gaah! I haven't read any Dan Brown, but I have read history! All you have to do is read Luther's theses, to get a glimpse of how twisted and sick catholicism was back then. Mostly Luther took up issue with the catholic church's practice of selling indulgences... do you hear me? SELLING indulgences. The free salvation in the blood of Jesus Christ was hidden away behind a bureaucratic system of merits and buying your way out of purgatory! And have you any problem with the fact that ordinary people were forbidden to read the bible? Even the monks, priests and bishops didn't put emphasis on reading the bible. After all, why read the Word of God when you have Pope the god sitting in Rome, writing the perfect catholic canon law! Now stop whitewashing this shameful period of christianity! It was utterly disgusting, what the catholic church did: violently persecuting jews, protestants, raping and pillaging through half of europe in their "crusades". Or are you saying none of this happened? Is Fox's book of martyr's a work of fiction? Was there never an inquisition, with their sick practices of torture and degradation?

  • 2011-09-13T11:06:38

Laine Mikael has read too much Dan Brown . . . but has also demonstrated my point quite well, or to quote Archbishop Fulton Sheen "There are not one hundred people in the United States who hate The Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they wrongly perceive the Catholic Church to be."

  • 2011-09-13T10:02:41

what kind of disrespectful is that? I wish God get rid of them.. -_-

  • 2011-09-13T08:13:14

Did the one who made and twist the lyrics of those songs got a proper permission to do so? God bless us all.

  • 2011-09-13T06:30:36

Michael McCleary "ignorance and pride, that are Luther's true inheritance" WHAT! He brought the church back to the bible, and away from buying your way to heaven by financing the Pope's basilica project. Don't you know what the Catholic church did in those days? It persecuted (actually killed) thousands of Christians who were trying to read the bible...

  • 2011-09-13T06:28:03

That was funny :-) What came to my mind though, was how different it is to sing a song like this. I mean sometimes you just have to sing a non-praise song just to feel the difference: there is an amazing presence of God when we worship Him! And then, there is none in other things we sing... In fact, this awesome, bond-breaking, uplifting presence is the one thing I remember from my childhood experiences at church. That was also the thing I really felt I missed when I finally gave my life to Jesus!

  • 2011-09-13T06:19:15

Chris Pecherzewski no need to ask, its because when you received CHRIST the holy spirit is in you... i think you need is filling.

  • 2011-09-12T23:38:43

I want the Lyrics.

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  • 2011-09-12T16:51:57

funny how pointing your finger elevates self... being one is good but we will not get there pointing.

  • 2011-09-12T15:30:50

amen sister