Many pastors, and Christian authors, quote “Mother Teresa” in a positive way, leading many in the body of Christ to believe that “Mother Teresa” was a “Catholic Christian.” The phrase “Catholic Christian” is an oxymoron. This inevitably leads Christians to think that other Catholics are “saved.” The consequence of all this is that Roman Catholics very often will not be evangelized because true Christians think they are ok. Please share the true gospel with the Roman Catholics around you. They believe “another gospel” and follow “another Jesus.” I know because I was a Roman Catholic for almost 40 years and many of my beloved family members are still enslaved in this very false gospel. Please take a few moments, when you have time, and review the information at the links below. Then share it with your Christian friends and family. Then share it with the Pastor of your church.
Proverbs 11:30 The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; and he that winneth souls is wise.
Years ago we shared the gospel with a Roman Catholic relative. On one occassion we asked them to tape a sermon for us, by Billy Graham, because we were going to be out. We were also hoping that they would listen to the program and hear a gospel message. This relative was devoted to Mary, and devoted to praying the rosary. We never did find out if that relative actually listened to the sermon, but if they did they were encouraged in their idolatry. This is what they heard . . .
The following is a quote by Billy Graham:
“When Mother Teresa died the only thing she owned was her rosary beads and the simple clothing that she wore. But one writer said of her she took a vow of poverty and became fabulously wealthy in the ways that really matter. She’s wealthy in the next world.” (Billy Graham San Francisco Bay Area Crusade, Excerpt from December 1997 televised broadcast, Speaker: Billy Graham, Topic: The Value of a Soul)
The following is a quote by Mother Teresa:
“If coming face to face with God we accept Him in our lives, then we . . . become a better Hindu, a better Muslim, a better Catholic, a better whatever we are . . . . What God is in your mind you must accept.” (Desmond Doig, Mother Teresa: Her People and Her Work, Harper & Row, 1976, p. 156)
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