In today's day and age, if Jesus was killed in Florida, it would be done with an electrical chair. Then, the churches would have this electric chair as the symbol hanging from their ceilings….and people would carry replicas of this chair on their necks and rosaries.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 25, 2009
Today, Wednesday the 25th, while the catholic religion celebrates the beginning of "lent" and its ritual of "ash imposition", the International Ministry Growing in Grace will take the streets to confront this deceit, informing the world with Biblical evidences that the cross is not a symbol of Christianity.
These manifestations will take place in different points of interest in each city including malls, parks, cathedrals, and bus stations, distributing millions of free educational materials, CDs, and DVDs for the world to awaken to the truth.
Dr. Jose Luis De Jesus, Jesus Christ Man, uses biblical references to teach that for 2000 years, Rome has hidden the true meaning of the cross, and now has arrived to reveal the falsehood of Catholicism, proving that the cross is not a symbol of Christianity, but rather a symbol of a curse.
The Bible says: "Cursed is every one that hangs on a tree (cross)" (Galatians 3:13). Then, why carry a cross that is symbol of curse and death?
Jesus Christ Man informs: "In today's day and age, if Jesus was killed in Florida, it would be done with an electrical chair. Then, the churches would have this electric chair as the symbol hanging from their ceilings….and people would carry replicas of this chair on their necks and rosaries."
The Gospel of Grace, which he teaches, demonstrates that religious traditions have manipulated, deceived and denied the truth from the believer, teaching things they ought not to, for the sake of dishonest gain (Titus 1:10 - 11). This is why the worldwide congregation of the antichrists, the thousands who have understood that God (Jose Luis De Jesus) is on Earth, will hit the streets raising their voices to put an end to the religious spell.
For a full list of participating countries, news reports and photos, refer to the News section of: CEG English