Monday, June 19, 2017

Ikinararangal ko ang Pagiging Kaanib sa Tunay at Nag-iisang Iglesia ni Cristo - ang Iglesia Katolika

Salamat kay Kapatid na Stefanus

Huwag Magpalinlang sa mga Huwad na Relihiyon!

Mula sa Catholic Faith Defenders

Mga Kapatid Na Katoliko Mag-Ingat Po Tayo Sa Mga INC Na NagSasabing Sinasamba Daw Natin Ang Mga Santo. May NakaDebate Ako Sa Chat Nyan At Sa Isang Group Forum At Iyan Ang Sabi Niya. Nagbigay Pa Sya Ng Reference Sa Libro At NapagAlaman Kong In-Edit Nila Ito. PagKatapos Kong Mapatunayan Na Mali Sya Ni-Block Nya Ako At Dinelete Lahat Ng Comment Nya Kung Saa'y Kami nagDedebate.

Ito Po Ang Listahan Ng Libro. At Ang Article Na Nagpapatunay Na In-Edit Nila.

"Ninuno, Pahina 200 (ni James Cardinal Gibbons)"



"Cathecism of Christian Doctrine Page 95"



"Catecismo Pahina 82 (ni P. Luis de Amezquita)"



#OneHolyCatholicApostolicChurch

Alux: Top 10 Most Powerful Religions In The World (Nangunguna ang tunay at nag-iisang Iglesia ni Cristo)

Ang PANANAMPALATAYA raw ng mga KRISTIANO sa ROMA ay BANTOG sa BUONG SANLIBUTAN (Roma 1:7-8)

"Sa lahat ninyong nangasa Roma, mga iniibig ng Dios, tinawag na mangagbanal: Sumainyo nawa ang biyaya at kapayapaang mula sa Dios na ating Ama at Panginoong Jesucristo. Kaunaunahan, ay nagpapasalamat ako sa aking Dios sa pamamagitan ni Jesucristo tungkol sa inyong lahat, na ang inyong pananampalataya ay bantog sa buong sanglibutan" 

I wish, to all those at Rome whom God loves and has called to be holy, grace and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ. 8 And first, I offer thanks to my God through Jesus Christ for all of you, you whose faith is so renowned throughout the world.


Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Mga Kristiano ang Pinaka-Inuusig na Relihiyon sa Buong Mundo (Hindi Kasama ang INC-1914)

Hindi kasama ang INC™ na tatag ni Felix Manalo sapagkat sila mismo ang mga umuusig maging sa kanilang mga itiniwalag na kasamahan.


Saturday, June 10, 2017

June 11, Linggo Ng Kadakilaan ng Banal na Sangtatlo (Trinidad) - Ayon sa Turo ng Tunay na Iglesia ni Cristo

Ang DIYOS AY IISA!

Ang doktrina ng tunay na Iglesia ni Cristo - ang Iglesia Katolika - ay may IISANG DIYOS ngunit SIYA rin ay may TATLONG PERSONA - Ang AMA, ang ANAK at ang BANAL NA ESPIRITU.

Ito ang tinatawag nating DOKTRINA NG BANAL NA TRINIDAD o sangtatlo.

Ano ang TRINIDAD?

Narito ang payak, at direct to the point na kaalaman tungkol sa ating doktrina bilang mga Kristiano. (Source: ThoughtCo)

What Is Trinity Sunday?
Honoring the Most Fundament Christian Belief

The Hospitality of Abraham (Old Testament Trinity), c. 1380. Found in the collection of the Benaki Museum, Athens. Photo by Fine Art Images/Heritage Images/Getty Images

Updated May 11, 2017

Trinity Sunday is a moveable feast celebrated a week after Pentecost Sunday. Also known as Holy Trinity Sunday, Trinity Sunday honors the most fundamental of Christian beliefs—belief in the Holy Trinity. The human mind can never fully understand the mystery of the Trinity, but we can sum it up in the following formula: God is three Persons in one Nature. There is only one God, and the three Persons of God—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—are all equally God, and They cannot be divided.


QUICK FACTS ABOUT TRINITY SUNDAY
  • Date: The Sunday after Pentecost Sunday. See When Is Trinity Sunday? for the date in this and future years.
  • Type of Feast: Solemnity.
  • Readings (Year A): Exodus 34:4B-6, 8-9; Daniel 3:52, 53, 54, 55, 56; 2 Corinthians 13:11-13; John 3:16-18 (full text here)
  • Readings (Year B): Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40; Psalm 33:4-5, 6-9, 18-19, 20-22; Romans 8:14-17; Matthew 28:16-20
  • Readings (Year C): Proverbs 8:22-31; Psalm 8:4-5, 6-7, 8-9; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15
  • Prayers: The Sign of the Cross; The Glory Be; The Athanasian Creed
  • Other Names for the Feast: The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, Holy Trinity Sunday
THE HISTORY OF TRINITY SUNDAY

As Fr. John Hardon points out in his Modern Catholic Dictionary, the origins of the celebration of Trinity Sunday go all they way back to the Arian heresy of the fourth century. Arius, a Catholic priest, believed that Jesus Christ was a created being rather than God.

In denying the divinity of Christ, Arius denied that there are three Persons in God. Arius' chief opponent, Athanasius, upheld the orthodox doctrine that there are three Persons in one God, and the orthodox view prevailed at the Council of Nicaea, from which we get the Nicene Creed, recited in most Christian churches every Sunday.

(The Council of Nicaea also gives us a wonderful example of how a real bishop deals with a heretic: Confronted with Arius' blasphemous views, Saint Nicholas of Myra—the man best known today as Santa Claus—marched across the council floor and slapped Arius across the face. See the biography of Saint Nicholas of Myra for the whole story.)

To stress the doctrine of the Trinity, other Fathers of the Church, such as St. Ephrem the Syrian, composed prayers and hymns that were recited in the Church's liturgies and on Sundays as part of the Divine Office, the official prayer of the Church. Eventually, a special version of this office began to be celebrated on the Sunday after Pentecost, and the Church in England, at the request of St. Thomas à Becket (1118-70), was granted permission to celebrate Trinity Sunday. The celebration of Trinity Sunday was extended to the entire Church by Pope John XXII (1316-34).

For many centuries, the Athanasian Creed, traditionally ascribed to Saint Athanasius, was recited at Mass on Trinity Sunday. While seldom read today, this beautiful and theologically rich exposition of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity can be read privately or recited with your family on Trinity Sunday to revive this ancient tradition.

Para sa komprehensibong kaalaman sa DOKTRINA ng BANAL NA SANGTATLO, basahin dito sa OPISYAL NA KETEKISMO ng tunay na Iglesia ni Cristo.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Ika'y Kaanib ng Tunay na Iglesia! (Car Sticker)


Mensahe sa mga Kumakalaban sa Tunay na Iglesia ni Cristo...

Sa mga ISIS (Teroristang Muslim), Born-Again, INC™ 1914, Adventista o mga Sabadista at sa lahat ng mga kumakalaban sa tunay at nag-iisang Iglesiang tatag ni Cristo, magsama-sama pa kayong basagin lahat ng mga banal na imahe sa Simbahan ng mga Katoliko, HINDI PO MATITIBAG ang aming Pananampalatayang Katoliko sapagkat ang aming pananampalataya ay WALA sa mga imahe kundi nasa Diyos na siyang pinapatungkulan ng lahat ng mga banal na imahe.

Hindi po kami katulad niyong lumisan sa tunay na relihiyon -- ang Iglesia Katolika sapagkat ang pananampalataya ninyo noon ay nakapako at nakasentro sa mga imahe, HINDI SA DIYOS na siyang kaganapan ng lahat ng KABANALAN at KABUTIHAN!


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Mga Martir na Kristiano sa Egypt, Muling Saksi sa Kanilang Pananampalataya


Ang Panlilinlang ng mga Kaanib ng Iglesia Ni Cristo®-(Iglesiang Tatag ni Felix Manalo 1914) Gamit ang Aklat ni Dr. Daniel B. Wallace

Ang pagbubulgar ni Dr. Wallace ukol sa walang habas na paggamit ng mga manunulat ng INC™-1914 sa kanyang aklat upang manlinlang ng kanilang mga tagabasa.


"The Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) is a Filipino-based group that rejects the major tenets of the historical Christian faith.  InC, in particular attempts to deny that the deity of Christ is a biblical doctrine.  And although they view themselves as the only true church, they freely use several bona fide academic works to support their views -- in spite of the fact that the authors of such works would be appalled to learn of the abuse of their own writings. I was shocked to learn that InC members had used my Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics in support of their heterodox beliefs.  Duane Cartujano, a Roman Catholic apologist, has investigated their views.  He supplies plenty of documentation -- both quotations of the secondary literature and an exposition of the biblical text -- to refute the InC. I, for one, am glad that he has exposed this group for what it really is.  His book will serve as a welcome corrective to the deceptions of the Iglesia ni Cristo. -Dr. Daniel B. Wallace, Author of Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics, Senior Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary