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Catholic Church Says / Bible Says:

  • Regarding Authority Church #1

    The Catholic Church says that the authority of the church resides in the Magisterium (Pope, Cardinals and Bishops)

    The Bible says that the authority of the church resides in Jesus Christ through His Word under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

    The problem that Catholics have is that define church as an institution as opposed to a body of born again believers.


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"After singing a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives". (Mark 14:26) Can you hear Jesus singing? Can you imagine that. A perfect Man with a perfect voice! Was he a bass or a tenor? Was there a down-home twang to his voice? Or was there an unwavering crystal pitch? Imagine further if He appeared on the "Jerusalem Idol" program. He'd be a sure winner. Wouldn't be close.

Did he close his eyes and sing to his Father? Or did he look into his disciples’ eyes and smile at their deep camaraderie?
My meditating on this is the result of John Piper's devotion app of yesterday. John said "O, I can hardly wait to hear Jesus sing! I think the planets would be jolted out of orbit if he lifted his native voice in our universe. But we have a kingdom that cannot be shaken; so, Lord, come on and sing". Some day soon I will have the amazing thrill of hearing That Voice. Will You? Accept Him to hear Him and join His song. Sounds great.
Gus Supan

Supan Says #24. PEOPLE PLEASERS: A person’s degree of character is measured by how much he pleases people. The less character the more one pleases p


Supan Says

Some Said

Some Said #01. CHRISTMAS: it’s about time we stop thinking about Christmas and start thinking aboit Christ.” (Dr D. Jeremiah 12/24/08)★

Did You Know?

Augie Asks

AUGIE ASKS #30 If all of our good works are like filthy rags (Is:64:6), how is it that the Catholic Church teaches that good works are a condition of salvation?

He Said

"A good name is better than precious ointment, and the day of death better than the day of birth" (Ecl 7)

We Say

-WE SAY #01. WORSHIP: I can hardly wait to get to heaven so I can worship God without the awareness of myself. Our total depravity is always in the way of true worship (A.J.Supan/Joni EricksonToda) ★

Gus Googles

Sixty percent of Catholics were less likely to attend religious education venues ie. CCD, PSR then were Protestants. (Barna Study 2007) http://www.barna.org/

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