Mr Columna, are you actually advocating that we do not attend church at all or trust our leaders? What about home churches? Are you Catholic? I am interested in what you have to say. Many in the church are dissatisfied and clearly see the corruption but stay on because we need community and we need places to worship.
-- SUSAN PARKER
Hi, Susan. Thanks for your questions. You can still attend Church services you think are still following Christ, although not in a perfect way. But your direction and goal must be toward finding the Church or Group that strives and knows HOW to be perfect, to obey Christ's command in (Mat 5:48).
BE YE THEREFORE PERFECT, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect. (Mat 5:48 KJV)
Do not believe those liars that propagate the Satanic lie of "NO ONE IS PERFECT" slogan. For an in-depth study of this lie, please go to, or click: The Phrase "NO ONE IS PERFECT" is a Satanic Lie. It Discourages Obedience to God's Command to Become Perfect! GOD Will Save ONLY the PERFECT, and Those Who Have the Desire to BE PERFECT!
This command of Christ to BECOME PERFECT is seconded by the Apostle Paul.
Therefore, leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, LET US GO ON UNTO PERFECTION... (Heb 6:1 KJV)
We need the guidance of the Spirit of Truth to find the Group whose number 1 goal is to become perfect before God. Only these people are considered to be prepared and ready to meet the BRIDEGROOM at His glorious return (Rev 19:7).
A Church or religious group that feels comfortable with their present doctrines and Church activities, without the goal of perfection as the Father in Heaven is perfect, is a deceived Church, and its direction is toward corruption. Any Church that is not headed toward perfection is automatically headed toward corruption of the flesh and of the spirit. Our goal and mindset must be toward GOD THE FATHER, and Jesus Christ is THE WAY, not any man, not even the Church.
The MISSION OF GOD'S CHURCH IS TO PERFECT GOD'S PEOPLE!
FOR THE PERFECTING OF THE SAINTS, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: (Eph 4:12 KJV)