Then do what all people who worship Jesus Christ must do – humble yourself, be brutally honest with your actions, motivations, weaknesses, and manipulations – and make a sincere and heartfelt apology to The Father, His Son our King, all while thanking the Holy Spirit for the grace to feel enough remorse to resurrect your soul.
But, that is not enough. You don’t get a free pass due to a prayer session, regardless of how sincere and emotional it may have been. If you’re protestant, all that does is grant you forgiveness and access to the grace to do what is right. Catholics get absolution.
But the penance is the same.
Stand with us.
Do not answer questions about your vaccination status.
Do not allow yourself to accept the privileges of compliance.
Do not throw the only loved ones you respect to the wolves, and justify it by saying “it doesn’t matter … I’m just telling the truth.”
You cannot legitimately benefit from your sin, and you cannot honorably benefit from your compliance with evil, while those you love and respect starve.
Last, you cannot justify complicity with evil, even to help us. We don’t want Satan’s compassion.
So, if you want to repent of taking Trump’s MAGAVaxx, and I desperately pray that you do, then you need to accept the fact that you will go down with us, as Our Lord decides.
If you can’t do that, please at least respect your loved ones enough to know that your cowardly and pathetic presence will be a constant invitation to disgust and lack of charity, as well as a very real risk of you betraying us, resulting in our deaths.
I have 4 degrees. I have social skills. I am a sane man. I’m telling you that this is coming, and, in my opinion, if you’ve gotten the MAGAVaxx, you need to be prepared to lay down your life for your loved ones, to save your soul.
Look … on the bright side, regardless of the medical theory, virtually every honest medical doctor you can find, thinks it’s more likely than not that you’ll be dead within six years.
Do something to counteract your suicide. You need you to, and we need you to.
We want you to – that’s how the Body of Christ works.