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FAITH: Bearing Much Fruit, Part 2



In the first article on “Bearing Much Fruit” the discussion was centered on fruit bearing by individuals and how our focus has changed over the years.  We discussed the difference in fishing with a net and fishing with a reel and rod or some other specialized equipment designed to catch a cert...

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  1. “In Paul’s day they were coming together for the purpose of worshiping the Lord.” Sadly, the turning away from actually worshiping God in modern Christian churches is painfully evident. Unfortunately, there still are Christians who are paying the price for their beliefs. The Pope has abandoned Chinese Catholics to state-operated CCP Catholic Church, thus acquiescing to the persecution and imprisonment of those who refuse to sign an oath of allegiance to the CCP Catholic Church. Christians in Islamic countries and even Jerusalem suffer religious and economic discrimination. It’s a shame we exercise our religious freedom to worship God with puppet shows, creative dance, and secular ideology on the altar. The Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) is under attack and impending ban by the Vatican. When held, TLMs have better attendance and more devote participation than a regular Mass in the vernacular. Pastors are not going to change this. It’s up to parents to start worshiping God correctly, educating their children to do it, and demanding their pastors do it.

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