Monday, March 14, 2011

“A Little Food For Thought"

Have you ever wondered why Novus Ordo Catholics; SSPX Catholics participating in the Motu Half-Novus Ordo Mass; Protestants; and other religious’ stubbornly continue going to false churches and following fake doctrine?

Have you noticed that when, especially Novus Ordo Catholics, have errors called to their attention they respond with “Oh, don’t judge.” Don’t judge appears to be their most frequent response when justified criticism is offered. Yet, like the Protestants that they are (the Vatican II Catholics that is), they contort its true meaning. They use “don’t judge” solely to “pass-off” the criticism for the un-Catholic actions they commit. Yet they evade what Jesus and the Apostles say…”Take heed to yourself. If thy brother sin, rebuke him.”   (Luke 17:3). And did not St Paul rebuke St Peter when he was in error?

So, back to the question…Why do they stubbornly continue in false religions and believing fake doctrine? Here’s what Jesus said: “Walk while you have light, that darkness may not overtake you. He who walks in darkness does not know where he goes.” (John12: 35-36). In (John 12: 37-40) it is told: “Now though he had worked so many signs in their presence, they did not believe in him; that the word which the prophet Isaias, spoke might be fulfilled, Lord, who has believed our report, and to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed? This is why they could not believe, because Isaias said again, He has blinded their eyes, and hardened their hearts; lest they see with their eyes, and understand with their mind, and be converted.

Scripture says it perfectly. Will John: 12: 37-40 be heeded? For the sake of poor souls we hope so. Remember this: God knows every fiber of our hearts. He gives each and every one of us grace and opportunity to abide in Him and the grace to return to Him when we falter. But, He knows those who will stubbornly refuse His grace and mercy, and when His grace is no more, it will be as Isaias tells…He will blind their eyes and harden their hearts.

So, go ahead my friend, keep attending those false churches, refuse to accept the truth when its made known to you, and keep repeating over and over; “Oh, don’t judge.” Then what?