Flagellation and Crucifixion in Catholic Philippines

The Catholic Church in the Philippines says cases of demon possession, primarily of teens who don’t attend mass, and suggests wearing Catholic “sacred objects” to ward off demons. Do you see anything wrong with this picture? The Philippines are a Catholic country, and yet we see very little of the Good News, the Gospel of Jesus Christ being practiced in people’s lives. Are the people so desperate they feel they need to flagellate and crucify themselves to get relieve from illness or demons tormenting them? The fact is that Catholicism is a cult, and only by turning fully to Jesus Christ and away from the Catholic cult controlling the spiritual life in this country can they be saved, healed and delivered from the bondage of demon oppression. 2 Timothy:9 Speaking of Jesus, “who saved us, and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus http://www.mb.com.ph/number-of-possessed-people-rising/before times eternal,” Only the Blood of the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ, can purge and take away sin. This cultish ritual of flagellation and crucifixion during Catholic “Holy Week” avails nothing! Yet, the Catholic Church in the Philippines claims that demon possession is mainly the result of not attending mass, and carrying their so-called “sacred objects”. How pleased do they think Jesus Christ is about the idolatry being practiced in this country? Is their a connection between the recent devastating typhoon and the judgment of God on this idolatry? I don’t know, but it wouldn’t surprise me.


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