How Bread Worshipers Have Misused Prophecy in Malachi Chapter 1

EucharisticA sister-in-Christ recently made mention on her blog of a series of 6 posts on another blog dealing with the Roman Catholic Church’s misuse of a prophecy found in Malachi* chapter 1 in order to justify its unbiblical sacrifice of the Mass. I just read the first post and I was quite impressed. Learned a few interesting things. Lots of good quotes. I have already promoted at least 2 articles (here and here) by the same author in the recent past and strongly recommend his blog for those who love the Truth.  Here’s the link to the first post:

http://www.whitehorseblog.com/2014/12/21/their-praise-was-their-sacrifice-part-1/

* Malachi being the name of the Old Testament prophet and not “Saint” Malachi who supposedly put out a “prophecy” about the popes

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See also:

Interesting Articles About Fenelon’s Intolerance Toward Protestants

Good Article Dealing with Novelty of Romanist Doctrine of Mary’s (Supposed) Immaculate Conception

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One response to “How Bread Worshipers Have Misused Prophecy in Malachi Chapter 1

  1. ephesians2013, to go back to the earliest writings of the church and really look at them, as Timothy Kauffman does in this series, and to see that those Christians were trying to be faithful to the Lord and His Word is so refreshing in the real sense of this word, like a cold glass of pure water, not the poison that was soon to follow.
    May the Lord be praised for all His goodness to us, including:
    Mark 4:22 For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.

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