The Church is wily ?
Maria Isabel Salazar
The Church's cunning ruse
All the Church is looking for is for your money, not your salvation. The Church has extreme wealth and continues to want more and more. The pop has neither the will nor the power to remit any penalties beyond those imposes either at his own discretion or by any canon law. Do not be fooled my fellow people, do not let them convince you that buying an indulgence will release you of your penalties. Jesus will give you salvation, not the Church itself, whom has not the power of our all mighty God. Death puts an end to all the claims of the Church;even the dying are already dead to the canon laws, and are no longer bound by them.
We should follow our faith and not by the rules of the Church that are meant for the wealth and power of the church itself rather than focusing on the faith and salvation of the people. Any true Christian whatsoever, living or dead, participates in all the benefits of Christ and the Church; and this participation is granted to him by God without letters, of indulgence. This being said, not the church nor the pope can give us the true benefits of being a Christian. The pope has not the power that the Church gives him and allows him to have. We are believers in God, we are followers of God, not of the Church. The Church has clearly lost its path in its initial purpose. Follow me and let the Church know of its wrong. Follow me and not let yourself be fooled.
The Church has lost its way
Church has too much power?
The treasures of the Church, out of which the pop dispenses indulgences, are not sufficiently spoken of or known among the people of Christ. The Church has more wealth than it allows us people to know, and at this wealth grows so those its power. Do not buy into their promises of indulgences, when the church can not guarantee salvation, yet only looks to take your money. It is vain to rely on salvation by letter of indulgence, even if the commissary. or indeed the pope himself, were to pledge his own soul for their validity. We the people need to not give into the Church and its trickery, yet rebel for the Church to do whats right. We want our Church to be about faith, not about money nor power.