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We are simply Christians, sincere believers in God, and His pure Word in the Bible, without any alterations or additions. God’s Word is our Life and our daily Bread!
On our Christian site we write, speak, and sing about what we live for every day – about our faith and life in Jesus Christ. We hope that here you will find answers to your questions – what is sin, what did Calvary grant us, how can you become pleasing to God – and other questions that are important to understand in the faith of a Christian.
In the section “Faith Topics,” you will find the foundational questions of faith.
“Therefore put to death your members which are on earth: fornication, uncleanness, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry.” Colossians 3:5 Through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, a person has the ability to gain something that was unattainable before and has been hidden as a mystery for ages: a new heart. The veil has been torn (Mark 15:38, 2 Cor. 3:14-16), so a person is able to put to death the members which are earthly – fleshly. A person can, by faith, leave the old on the cross and put on the new, the new heart and the new clothing of righteousness in the spirit. “Do not lie to one another, since you have put off the old man with his deeds, and have put on the new man who is renewed in knowledge according to the image of Him who created him.” Colossians 3:9-10
What is the narrow gate and what is the narrow path? The narrow gate is being born again, where everything needs to be left behind. As soon as you enter the narrow gate, the narrow path then begins. The teaching of Jesus Christ is the narrow path. Every teaching out there is a path that someone walked. A path is simply a teaching. What teaching do you follow? “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” Matthew 7:13-14
When Christ came here, He was perfect because He was the Son of God, but yet He completed His mission and did not relent until it was completely Finished. His last words on the Cross were, “It is Finished.” This perfection needed to be completed, to be perfected. The perfection is in the Cross, in the Lamb of God, all other sacrifices are not perfect. This is the basis of our faith. It is perfect and nothing needs to be added to it. The words that we have heard about being crucified and resurrected on the cross – is a perfect message for any one of us to be perfected all the way to the end. Those who are holy should be sanctified. Those who are perfect need to be perfected and grow in this perfection. We all have received a perfect faith, a faith that works, but we must complete it until the end, so that this faith is visible in our actions, in power, and boldness. We have been called to be perfect!
Fear, despair, and anxiety are all related. This is the way our soul reacts to when we have no assurance or faith. When you are walking on shaky ground, how does your body react? The whole body shakes and eventually falls. Is something wrong with that body? No, something is actually wrong with the ground, the foundation. Christ came to free people from the condition of fear and anxiety. God Himself is a steady foundation, not a shaky one. This Word dwells within the person and gives the person assurance that you are in Life and no matter what happens, you are in God’s hands.