Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Is the Roman Catholic Church the One True Church? Paul Pavao

Is the Roman Catholic Church the One True Church?

2 comments:

tap said...

The site says here:
http://www.christian-history.org/fall-of-the-church-1.html

That the Church fell around the year 330AD, This same church that Christ said the gates of hell would not prevail against.

As I've said before (in different words), you're looking for something, you know where to find it, but because you wish that it was not there, you deliberately start looking for that thing everywhere else, except where you know it is...its a pity.

Jennie said...

Hi Tap,
Welcome to my blog. I'm not sure when you have said that before to me, because I haven't seen you on my blog before, though I remember you responded to a comment I made on Called to Communion. I don't recall you saying that, but then my memory isn't what it used to be.
You are implying that 'I know where to find' what I'm 'looking for' in the Roman Catholic Church, but stubbornly refuse to go there. Actually Tap, one thing I know for sure is that the Roman Catholic Church is NOT the one true church, and so is NOT what I am looking for. A hierarchical organization is not what is needed; what is needed is just the constant fellowship with each other and with Christ, who is with us in a special way when we gather together in 'communion' and love. We help each other to stay in the truth and to live as He commanded, loving Him, each other, and the others around us. That's what I'm looking for. In this way we are 'one loaf', the body of Christ, together with each other and with Him. The problem is most churches don't do this and are also probably 3/4 full of nonbelievers who can't fellowship in the Spirit because they don't have Him yet.
If you want to know what 'the gates of death will not prevail' may mean go here: http://pilgrimsdaughter.blogspot.com/2009/10/who-is-rock.html