Posts Tagged ‘Confession’

Green and Orange. Part-Two.

Sectarianism and Orders.

How easy it has been for various orders based on segregation to take control to keep peoples divided over religion as an excuse. We see this also in many other religions, but why is it so prominant in Christianity.

Many issues covering religious practise from the Communion to confession to the status of the Virgin Mary continue to excuse Protestants to be discrimintary to Catholics! But many Orangemen as Freemasons and that order allows the worship of idols and immoral practise.

John 3:31-36, Habakkuk 1:12.

A month of Saints. Part-Two.

Father of Celtic Christianity.

What more can be said, that has not already been covered about Patrick! Apart from his own account of his life there are many legends and these are perhaps those extended accounts of some real events.

Patrick was quite a man, one as a believer who was determined to return to Ireland and presch the ‘Good News message was Jesus on the stake and risen from the dead. This message has not changed today, it is still the same as it was the those first who witnessed these events.

Being a Christian believer is not about saying words like a mantra of hail mary’s or going to confession, taking mass. It is about a personal relationship every day with Jesus and obeying His ways. It is about doing good deeds wither we are thanked or not.

Mark 13:12-13,  Luke 9:1-5,  1 Peter 3, 7.

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