Capture Philippians 4 4 Rejoice in the Lord always

Well, as hard as it is to believe, today we have started another New Year –and another new decade! So, with that in mind, I thought I’d take just a few minutes to let you know what you can (Lord willing) expect to see on this blog during this new year:

We will continue going through the Catechism of the Catholic Church and comparing many of its teachings against Scriptures in a Catholic New Testament Bible until we get through all of its 756 pages, (which does not include the Index portion).

We will then get back to examining some more messages and aspects of the alleged apparitions of the Virgin Mary against Scripture to see if what is being said — and done — by this entity, who claims to be the Virgin Mary, lines up with Scripture. (Acts 17:11) (1 Thessalonians 5:21,22) (1 John 4:1)

Lord willing, and if time allows, I am hoping to share some Testimony Tuesday posts, False Teacher Friday posts, and some How Discerning Are You posts with you, as well.

Since I will need to start looking for a job in the near future, these posts will not be as frequent as they once were. However, you can rest assured knowing that I will continue to be committed to standing for Biblical truth and finishing these series in this coming new year –Lord willing.

Thank you so very much to those of you who stop by here from time to time and for taking time out of your busy days to read some of my posts. I appreciate every one of you!

A Blessed, Joyous, Peace-filled New Year to those of you who are in Christ!

For those of you who have yet to turn from trusting in your religion or your own good works as the way to try and gain acceptance by God instead of placing your complete trust in all that Jesus Christ accomplished for us by His sinless life, His willingness to take upon Himself the full wrath of God that was intended for us because of our sins, His once for all sacrifice on the cross that ended in His death, His burial, and His glorious resurrection from the dead in bodily form on the third day, I pray that you will soon come to realize the truth and the joyously good news of the Biblical gospel and the depth of the love that God has for you.

When someone discovers the truth about Jesus Christ and all that He truly accomplished for us and chooses to believe it, they are then sealed with the Holy Spirit and become His child. We then obey Him out of love and deep appreciation for all that He accomplished and endured on our behalf, not to earn our salvation. Our focus should always be on what Jesus Christ already did, not on what we can do. (Ephesians 1:13, 1 John 5:1, John 14:15, Titus 3:4-7, John 6:28,29)

God Bless You

~Mary Dalke – Living4HisGlory