What kinds of questions do you have about God and Catholiscism; and if I answered would you convert
I will ask you a question, but I will by no means convert to Catholocism.
How can you explain that Jesus died on a Friday afternoon and rose on a Sunday morning (at most a day and a half time) when the Bible clearly states that he was in the ground for three solid days?
And I will pose a second one, just for s's and g's.
How is it that much of Christianity, including Roman Catholocism, continues to proclaim the sabbath on Sunday when, again, there is only one day in the entire Bible that is given to "rest?"
What is the point of the seventh day precedent if it is not to be followed?
If one believes in the almighty God than they should know that men cannot change what the Eternal has commanded....and yet it is widely done.
But I do not believe in your God, nor does the Catholic Church hierarchy, in my opinion.
Have a great day otherwise.
I believe you have a heart for God. If I am right, I would need you to agree with me on certain things.
1. Jesus does not lie
2. He does not deceive nor confuse.
3. He is to be believed and obeyed.
4. He is GOD
If we agree, then if you check John 3 from vers 3 to 6, you will find out what He told us to be like... BORN AGAIN... Filled with the HOLY SPIRIT as in the days of Pentecost.
I am not going to assume anything here but I ask, are you born again, filled with the Holy Spirit with the manifestation of speaking in tongues?
Also please check what He said in John 14 verse 6. Please read and meditate. GOD BLESS YOU.
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