Critical For All Christians To Know Today

What never changed for all christians

 October 29, 2020 by  Nehemiah Zion

For all christians, here is an important matter to chew on. Believers do not live by the letter but by the Spirit. Have you ever thought about why we lack in love and compassion as a believer? Isn’t it necessary we think on this matter and change our outlook?

We have at some point of our spiritual walk realised that the Bible doesn’t seem to fit with the actions of the church OR today’s church isn’t really living upto the standards of our New Testament forefathers.

We see the apostles and believers living a fiery lifestyle for the glory of God. Young believers like Timothy and Stephen were examples of true Christianity. They were full of the fire of love and power from above.

Peter, a fisherman, unlearned and ignorant knew the Old Testament because of living all His life as a Jew. Peter was a completely different man after the anointing of the Holy Spirit came upon him.

People change.
Cultures change.

What has remain unchanged for all Christians?

The word of God and the power of the Holy Spirit.

Yes, the apostles and believers gave room to the mighty anointing of the Holy Spirit in their lives everyday which revived them and brought many souls into the truth.

Do not rely on world history and writings to be inspired; it will get confusing. Inspiration comes directly from God through the Holy Spirit for the believer willing to surrender all. Confirmed by the word of God.

We need to stop complaining about our pastor or leaders. There is a need to stay focused on allowing the Holy Spirit to work powerfully, so Jesus is revealed in and through our lives.

Be a diligent believer, and an encouragement for your Pastor and the house of God. There is no excuse for any believer to live a low standard life. Believers are called to look at Jesus alone. Fix your eyes on Jesus to stay faithful.

Maranatha, Praise God and Amen!

Author: Narrow Path Ministries

Non-denominational, Independent, Bible believing Church

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