There are a number of Protestant beliefs that fly in the face of what the Catholic Church has taught, as handed down by Our Saviour Jesus Christ through the Apostles and those they have chosen to lead the Church after their demise. Once Saved, Always Saved is one such belief. It would be nice to know that I am saved and there is nothing I can do about it, but it flies in the face of all logic, and also in the face of Catholic teaching since the beginning of the Church.
If life is meant to be a journey, that takes us to the foot of the cross, then how we handle the journey really ought to matter.
As my wife heard today in a voice message from a physician she sees, "Our lives are God's gift to us. What we make of that gift is our gift back to God."
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