Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Praying to Mary and the Saints

If you have a real relationship with Christ, you should not reject his church. Christ only founded one church, and he said it would be a visible one for everyone to see.

I would like to point out that your belief system, commonly known as Protestantism, dates to only a few hundred years ago. Even today, 80% of Christians believe in asking for the intercessions of Mary and the Saints. This is fully Biblical. You dont have a problem with asking friends to help pray with you, so we dont mind asking Mary and the Saints who are also members of the Body of Christ, yet in Heaven.

I'd also like to note that Martin Luther had a great devotion to Mary, and in his last few sermons taught the virtues of praying the rosary. Martin, who was the founder of Protestantism thanked the Catholic Church, for compiling, with the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the Bible. Martin himself said this.

In the Bible, Mary says, "From this day all generations will call me blessed". And also, Elizabeth, Mary's cousin, filled with the Holy Spirit, cries out, "Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb" Wow, Mary is called blessed among women by the power of the Holy Spirit, and she says all generations will call her blessed. These phrases are totally Biblical. Therefore, we are obligied to listen to the Word of God. Also, Jesus had a great love for his mother, so shouldn't we?

In Revelation, we are told saints come to God with prayers from holy people on Earth. All of this is totally Biblical.

If you would like more information on how the Catholic Church is the most fully Biblical Christian Church, I'd be more than happy to hear from you. You can email me at Thank you.

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