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According to the Global Protestant Nation, ‘once you are saved, you are always saved’, thus declaring purgatory a myth. This idea came from of the leader of the Protestant Nation Martin Luther, not the Bible. Divine revelation says we must atone for our sins in purgatory before we ascend into heaven. So if the Protestant Nation doesn’t believe in purgatory, where are the protestant souls?

In the 16th century, the reformers discounted the Apostles' Creed with its Communion of Saints. In the process, they forsook God's liberality, his after-death mercy to the souls suffering in purgatory. They did this for themselves, and for all their followers to come, by their self-made-up teaching, declared on their own authority and not on God's - that they would henceforth be guided in their faith by... 'Sola Scriptura' (Scripture Alone). So God gave them over to their stubborn hearts to follow their own designs.

Thus began the protestant exile in purgatory. (Compare with Psalm 81:12, 13)

Read Richard J. O’Brien’s captivating historic account about how Martin Luther misled the souls of the Global Protestant Nation, and how you can help to set this right.

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