Choose eternity of peace, joy over one of suffering, writer urges - Catholic Courier

Choose eternity of peace, joy over one of suffering, writer urges

To the editor:

This is God’s world. We have to live by His 10 Commandments if we want to live in peace. No one has the power to rule or destroy His Kingdom

Jesus was born for us; he suffered and died for us. It’s time to acknowledge He is our one and only Savior and Healer for entrance into God’s Kingdom of Peace.

We have the freedom to decide how we want to spend our eternal life.

The COVID-19 is a plague that has taken many lives and disrupted all worldly people. The vaccine, wearing masks, washing and sanitizing hands and anything we touch, and social distancing can prolong lives. It does not save lives.

Listen to the commands of Jesus in the Bible. Whosoever eats my Body and drinks my Blood has eternal life in God’s Kingdom.

The solution is receive the sacraments of the Catholic Church: baptism, confess our own sins, receive absolution and forgive others. We can’t change our mind after we die. It will be peace, joy and love with no remembrance of pain and sinfulness. Or it will be eternal suffering.

Nancy L. Klaben

Boyle Center, Auburn

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