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Sign Of Cross Biblical
  
Mima,

You do not actually believe that you are a Holy Prophet from God, do you? You really think I have insulted you, one Anointed by God? Saint John tell us to "test ever Spirit" (1 John 4:1).

God is not against the Cross. Speaking agaist the cross, it's image, it's gesture, and it's power, is from the Devil, the Father of all lies.

The Devil is a liar.

BTW, I don't need your forgiveness nor approval. What Catholic/Orthodox/Protestant Christians do in their private prayers is non of your concern.

Christ is Risen!

In IC.XC.,


Roman Catholic And Orthodox
  
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Did not Christ told us to "honor our Father and Mother"? Christ used the word "Father" to refer to spiritual leaders (Matt. 3:9, Luke 3:8, Luke 16:24,30). So how should we interpret Matthew 23:8-10?

Taking Christ' words in context, He was using hyperbole. Jesus was discouraging His followers from elevating the scribes and Pharisees to the titles of "fathers" and "rabbis" because they were hypocrites. Christ was against the Jewish leaders because they did not practice what they preach, but they demand there fellow man to lavish them with special titles. Christ was not against the titles per se.

In IC.XC.,


Denominations Things Of Past
  
Pages 551-692 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church have all the 10 Commanments. Mark V and Jerry, I rebuke both of you in the name of Jesus Christ for bearing false witness against our Brothers and Sisters in Christ. You two should be ashamed of yourselves.

If anyone should be accuse of removing anything from the Bible it should be the Protestants for they removed several books in the Old Testament. Books such as Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, etc, were considered Scriptures by the African Jews and Early Christians. In fact, they are still consider Scriptures by the African Jews and the majority of Christians.

In IC.XC.,



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