Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Walking Away from Rome

Please allow me to share to all of you a book project that I am currently working on. The message of this book was given to me as a burden for sharing God's Truth in Scriptures. 

A lot of us want to be in line with the Truth. Nobody wants to settle for anything less than that. But how does one know if the belief system that we live by holds the genuine Truth and is not just a truth that we perceive it to be?

The Bible tells us this in 2 Timothy 3:16:

All Scripture is God-breathed and profitable for teaching, 
for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness ...

The Bible is inspired by God Himself. It was God's Spirit that inspired its writing. The author of the Bible is the author of life itself! If we are to look for the absolute Truth and the genuine Truth, let us turn to the Bible as the inspired Word of God. Jesus Himself confirmed that the God's Word is the absolute and genuine truth for all of us to consider ...

Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. (John 17:17)

Walking Away from Rome was written for the very purpose of sharing to you a devout Catholic's encounter with God's Truth and to share the heartfelt reasons of why the author was compelled to walk away from the belief system that had been a part of her life for 25 years.

The book will initially be available as an online ebook and will also be available for Amazon Kindle users.

The message of the book is one that NEEDS to be heard by Catholics, Christians and non-believers alike.

Visit us at Facebook and like our page (or like it directly from this blog) for a chance to get a free copy of the ebook! See you there!


  1. Thank you for stopping by! I really do appreciate your taking the time to leave a comment...I read each and everyone of them. I hope your day is a good one and that you will come back again soon. Take care. Nelson Souzza :)

  2. You are right Ms. Alicaya that the Word of God is sufficient materially speaking, however, one must consider this: How do we know that we are really guided by God Himself? In 1 John 4:1 it says (KJV), "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are of God, for false prophets have come into the world". Not all spirits are from God: We have the Spirit of God, yes, but bear in mind there is also the human spirit and the spirit of error which is fallible. If you want to know the truth, listen to the Church whom Christ established as St. John says, "But we are of God, whoever is of God listens to us. That is how we can tell the Spirit of truth and the spirit of error" (1 John 4:6, Good News). St. Peter had warned us of private interpretation in 2 Peter 1:20 (KJV), "Know however that no prophecy in Scripture is of private interpretation".

    So tell me, granting for the sake of argument that the Bible is sufficient in all things, who's the authority among your ranks? Also, how is it that there are Baptists who are anti-Trinitarians and pro-divorce? Who will decide moral issues? The issue here is authority my friend.

    I also have problems with that when I was about to stray from the Catholic Church and become a Protestant myself. I became a pope through my "private"/"personal" interpretation of the Bible. I mean, I also encountered such questions like that in my head. How do we know which books really belong to the Bible? How are we certain that the 27 books of the New Testament are the sure Word of God?

    I'd suggest your readers to take a closer look at the Early Church Fathers and how they worship. If your church suits the worship of the Early Church Fathers, then so much the better. If not, you better think twice.




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