1. Linda

    Monica, I am an x catholic . I pray , you would get a Christian Bible, and start reading it. I went to catholic school, but I always questioned what they taught. I was 11 yrs old at that time. A neighbor told me about how I could have salvation and external life by trusting in Jesus. She shared the Gospel with me. I had no idea that I even needed a Savior ! I prayed to receive Jesus as my Savior at 22 yrs. Then I shared the Gospel with my husband, but he wasn’t going to give up his catholic belief for another 6 yrs ! Everything I read straight out of God’s Word, he would say, your lying ! When I would try to show him, he would push the Bible away, and walk out of the room. He was also an alcoholic also. Finally, he called one of our dear Christian friends, and he prayed with my husband who trusted Jesus for his salvation, and was immediately delivered from his addiction ! Sadly Monica , you have been brainwashed. Your very life depends on hearing the truth. Only Jesus Christ can save you! Your sins are forgiven by God only ! Not a priest !! You need to repent, pray to receive Jesus as your Savior, and start reading God’s Word, the Bible, the Seed!! We will be praying for you !

  2. Monica

    I am a Catholic and catechism teacher. For the Ex-nun….I’m sorry for anything that has ever happened to you that made you look at the church that you were baptized by in a negative way. I believe that the Catholic Church is the true church set up by Jesus and handed down through St Peter. I believe in the Eucharist and I believe in Mary too!!! She leads us to her son. I believe in the Eucharist as Christ’s true body and blood. In John 6:65 I think. In John 6:66…. That’s when the disciples/apostles went away sad because they didn’t truly believe and couldn’t accept what Christ was telling them.

  3. JDV

    Scripture can be used in sharing with those with that church background how prayer is encouraged to be done, as well as how God welcomes prayer to Himself without the need of the earthly dead and departed:

    1 Timothy 2:5-6 “For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, the One having given Himself as a ransom for all, the testimony in their own proper times”

    Hebrews 4:14-16 — “Therefore having a great high priest having passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, we should hold firmly to our confession. For we do not have a high priest not being able to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one having been tempted in all things by the same way, without sin. Therefore we should come with boldness to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and may find grace for help in time of need.“

    Some may still have defense mechanisms spring up on the matter, but it’s worthwhile to be able to share words that come from a Scriptural perspective.

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