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What happens when man dies? (+german version)

When man dies, the body remains lying where it is. Then it is taken to the morgue. But at the moment when man dies, the personal judgment of his soul takes place immediately. It awaits each one of us. We will encounter Christ face to face. At one moment our whole life will be screened, all our deeds, words, thoughts, both good and bad, as the Word of God says: “There is nothing hidden which will not be revealed.” And at that very moment our fate will be decided. We will either be condemned forever in hell or go to purgatory or to heaven. So there are only three possibilities.

The Bible and morality

November 7, 2018

Life is a test which decides whether we will have a happy or unhappy eternity. The biggest reality is death. The purpose of life is not the pursuit of sensual pleasures, the less so becoming their slave. The purpose of life is to seek the truth, to love it, to sacrifice ourselves for it, and, if necessary, even to die for it. Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, is the Truth Incarnate. We who have accepted the Truth – Jesus – become the adoptive (second-born) sons and daughters of God (cf. Jn 1:12). God wants us to save our souls for eternity (cf. Mk 8:35; Jn 12:24). If we actively enter into spiritual unity with Jesus, we have the strength to resist the source of evil in us, the system of lies in the world as well as the spirit of lies, the devil (cf. Jam 4:4-8). Jesus is the Way (Jn 14:6). To follow this Way, God has given us laws and commandments whose observance requires self-denial and the following of Jesus (Mt 16:24).

The apostate hierarchy promotes antilaws, an antigospel and the spirit of the world – aggiornamento – in the Church. It is a betrayal of the essence and the way to (temporal) hell here on earth and (eternal) hell after death!

No one can escape death (+german version)

What is human life? Nothing but toil, trouble, suffering and finally death. However, death is not the end. It is followed by eternity. We can see that our life is short and it is in the hands of God. It is a test of love whether we have chosen God, divine values and good or united to evil and the Evil One. So each of you decide your eternity during your life. Jesus has given us His Word, that we may live a responsible life and not lose eternal life. It is therefore foolishness to settle down on this earth. In the hour of death we must leave everything – our relationships to people, things… He lives wisely who is mindful of death. On the other hand, he is not wise who knows about death but does not bear it in mind. We know neither the day nor the hour when the Lord will call us. Day after day rolls by. Every night is a symbol of death – you do not know if you wake up the next morning. How many people die unexpectedly! How many people there are in cemeteries whom we knew and loved.

Reflection on Rom 6:11

Likewise you also, reckon yourselves to be dead indeed to sin, but alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord.

This verse from chapter six of the Epistle to the Romans again is a mystery. The condition for its revelation is a living faith and walking by faith, in other words putting the truth of faith into practice. A deep biblical faith, which is the foundation of true knowledge, is expressed in the word “reckon” – the Greek word is “logidzomai” which means: 1) take into account, keep in mind, count (up), 2) have an opinion, think, believe, 3) consider, look on as, regard as.

In mathematics, this word is used for an absolutely exact expression: 2×2=4, and this holds true in America, Africa and everywhere. It is something indubitable. And the Scripture tells us that our faith must be like this – without the least doubt – we are dead to sin, to the power of sin! At the same time, we are alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord!

Word of Life – Rom 6:11 (4/11/2018 – 18/11/2018)

“Likewise you also, reckon yourselves to be dead indeed to sin,

but alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Touch Jesus in Holy Communion (+german version)

The Lord Jesus is really present in the Divine Liturgy. When we receive His Body and Blood in Holy Communion, we need to realize: “Jesus, You are in me now.” Jesus asks every one of us: “What do you want Me to do for you?” If you have a concrete problem, tell Him: “Lord, this is my problem – I am ill. You are my Physician, You are almighty!” And Jesus says to you the same as He said to the women in the Gospel who came to Him with a fervent plea or to the parents who asked Him to heal their child: “Let it be done for you as you have believed!” Or He says to you as He said to the leper: “I am willing; be cleansed!” Jesus is the same, and He is present in the Eucharist. He comes in a special way. When you receive His Body and Blood, He comes to you and becomes your guest. Think of Zacchaeus who wished to see Jesus, and Jesus said to him: “I must stay at your house today!” and entered his house. Jesus comes into your soul in the same way today. Say to Him: “Jesus, You are the Lord of the universe!” Jesus asks you: “What do you want Me to do for you?” So tell Him concretely what you want.

Liturgy and liturgical space

1 November 2018

The Second Vatican Council set out a liturgical reform. Latin as the liturgical language was abolished and the mother tongue was introduced. The priest began to say the Mass facing the people with his back to the tabernacle. In many cases, the tabernacle was placed in the side chapel. The biblical model of the temple – the holy of holies, the sanctuary, and the place for the people – was thus distorted. In the Catholic temple, the tabernacle corresponded to the place of God’s dwelling – the holy of holies, and the altar in the chancel corresponded to the place of the offering of sacrifice by the priest. It was separated from the space for the people by a rail, and in the Eastern liturgy it is still separated by an iconostasis. This is to emphasize the sacredness of this space where God dwells and where the unbloody sacrifice is offered to God. Before the liturgical reform, the priest faced the tabernacle with his back to the people. In this position, he was better able to concentrate on experiencing the mystery of the Eucharist, and he also did not disturb others as he did not draw attention to himself.

The Bishops’ Synod and the Epistle of the Apostle Peter

October 31, 2018

Although Francis Bergoglio is a heretic under an anathema and a promoter of sodomy, he vehemently presents himself as a valid successor to the Apostle Peter. The fact that he does not have the Spirit of Christ but the spirit of Antichrist is proved by his line of purposeful incorporation of sodomy into the Church and unyielding promotion of Islamization. His last breakthrough was that he handpicked the delegates for the Synod of the Bishops, with the purpose of, for the time being semi-secretly, promoting the legalization of sodomy in the Church.

A bishop from Cameroon was shocked at what the Bishops’ Synod was actually discussing, and expressed genuine concerns that when he returns to his diocese with such a result, 99.9% of his believers will knock on his door and ask him threateningly what the Synod’s approval of LGBT means!?

In the post-synodal atmosphere, Bergoglio and the alliance of church sodomites create the impression that homosexuality was not discussed at all. Card. Marx, who openly promotes same-sex marriages in churches, has told the massmedia without the trace of a blush that it was not a synod on LGBT but a synod on the young. A similar impression has been created by Bishop Holub: “We have adopted a document on youth… Thank God and Pope Francis! I’m excited!” Why such excitement?

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“Likewise you also, reckon yourselves to be dead indeed to sin, but alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Rom 6:11 (4/11/2018 – 18/11/2018)