Random Thoughts

Random Thought 1: “Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, so that you may judge what is God’s will, what is good, pleasing and perfect.” (Romans 12:2) So says St. Paul. There are no words more appropriate for our world today than these. I have tried to list all the sins, weaknesses and sacrileges that surround us. The Word of God continually warns us of the evils of the non-believers who work for the devil and will divert you into sin. “You cannot serve both God and Mammon.” There are so many false teachings that are presented to us as good things and they are not. You and I are accused to be politically incorrect for our beliefs but political correctness is, for the most part, sinful, sacrilegious, and immoral. Things that are considered politically acceptable are: abortion, masterbation, fornication, contraception, multiple genders, many types of perverted sexual activity, destruction of the family, and belief that all religions will lead us to salvation.

What we have been taught from childhood has been condemned and set against us as false teaching. This is a lie! What we know to be evil has not now become Good and vice-versa. That is demonic for Satan, the father of lies, tries to make evil into good only for our acceptance. We must stay firm in our relation to Christ and his Church teachings. Use the Catechism of the Church to keep your conscience directed in the truth. Recently, many of the bishops publicly disagree with each other on these questions. The pope himself has made statements on which certain cardinals and bishops express disagreement. In this case you must rely on the Catechism of the Church.

Tell us Jesus what to do! “Let not your hearts be troubled; believe in God, believe also in me.” “Lord we do not know where you are going; how can we know the way? Jesus said, I AM the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except by me” (John 14:5-6). — How can I possibly say it any better than that?




                    

























































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