Bleeding statue and painting in Malaysia

What’s going on in Malaysia? A few weeks ago we had a news story about a statue of Marymarymal in the town of Subang Jaya that was smiling, crying, and even growing taller!

Not to be outdone, a resident of the town of Pandan Indah claims she has a painting of Jesus and a statue of Mary in her home that allegedly bleed oil, blood, and honey!

What are we to make of these Catholic “miracles”? Catholicism has always put GREAT emphasis on the physical over the spiritual. Instead of accepting Jesus Christ by faith through the conviction of God’s Word by the power of the Holy Spirit, the Catholic church presents Jesus as a statue or a painted figure that is to be worshipped in much the same way pre-Christian pagans worshipped their gods. There’s no acceptance of Christ as Savior, only a pious determination to be more “faithful” and “obedient” to the teachings of the Catholic church. When Catholics talk about “receiving” Christ what they mean is ingesting the consecrated bread wafer. Instead of coming to Jesus for salvation without a single plea of their own, Catholics are taught to go to the more merciful Mary who will help them obey the Ten Commandments so they might possibly merit a place in Heaven.

All these bleeding, smiling, crying, and growing statues are cases of religious fraud at best and demonic manifestations at worst.

Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” – John 4:23-24


‘Bleeding’ painting, statue draw Catholics from across Malaysia

By Vincent Lian


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