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What is a ‘spiritual contract’?

May 29, 2020
QUESTION?

What is a spiritual contract?

ANSWER!

Kyle Clement (Liber Christo Instructor - Healing, Deliverance & Exorcism:

A ‘spiritual contract’ attaches a spiritual significance to a temporal action, in other words putting an eternal consequence to what happens...Read more

A THUMPS UP FOR "A CATHOLIC VOTE FOR TRUMP"

May 27, 2020
COMMENT!

I had the opportunity to read your book, A Catholic Vote for Trump. As a practicing Catholic who holds to the orthodoxy of the faith, I found your presentation of Trump in his philosophy, political agenda, values, and personality...Read more

DRINKING THE KOOL AIDE? WHO IS THE LYING FOOL NOW?

May 26, 2020
QUESTION?

Trump has chronical lying syndrome read 2 Timothy 3:1- 5. What in the world are you thinking? Unstable baffled treasure up in heaven follow Jesus our saviour. Not this lying fool. (inquirers words verbatim)

ANSWER!...Read more
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Archbishop Fulton Sheen


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The Spirit not the law

May 27, 2020

Every sinner who has the Spirit of Christ always thinks of sin in relation to the crucifixion. That is when our Blessed Lord becomes our hope. So there is nothing like the enlightened conscience, in which we are not under a law. Those who really love Christ are beyond it. The Holy Spirit gives us a sense of holiness, and holiness is separation from the world. St. Paul says that his conscience was enlightened by the Holy Spirit. Whenever, therefore, we do wrong, it is not the law, it is not the commandments, it is the Spirit that tells us that we are breaking off the relationship with love.  That is why St. Paul tells us that as often as we sin, we crucify Christ anew in our hearts. Therefore the life of a true Christian is not so much concerned with the avoidance of sin. We are beyond that. Rather, it is an attempt to reproduce in ourselves the life of Christ. As our Lord said of his heavenly Father, “All things that are pleasing to him, that I do.” So we say to the Trinity, “All things that are pleasing to God, that we do.” That constitutes our attitude toward sins, and it is done through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.

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