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We are true believers in Christ and our faith is based on the Bible. On our Christian website we speak, write, and sing about that which we live by every day – of our faith and life in God. We preach the pure teaching of Jesus Christ without any additions, alterations, or human commandments. We hope that here you will find answers to questions like: what is sin, what did Calvary give us, how to become pleasing to God – these questions and many more are covered here on our Christian website.
In the section “Fundamentals of Faith”, you can read the main and foundational questions of a person’s faith. Without understanding these questions, a person will be unable to understand the rest of the questions of faith. It is important to always start with the basics and fundamentals.
In the “Videos” section, you will find videos featuring our brothers and sisters in faith. This format is suitable if it is easier for you to perceive information through video or audio.
In the section “Christian Music”, you will find the creativity and work of our brothers and sisters who glorify God in songs and praise.
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“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God” – Philippians 4:6
Everyone has experienced anxiety, everyone has experienced fear. Today, these things are considered normal – even among Christians. But the Bible clearly tells us – the Spirit of God has no fear or anxiety. If we are of God and this same Spirit is in us, then we should also have no anxiety. Because the Spirit of God Himself comforts our souls from within our conscience, and therefore any worry will have no root within us but will be cast out. But it is important to truly be found in Him, and not be deceived by repetition of the correct words that never really give freedom from this state of constant fear and anxiety.
“For I am the least of the apostles, that am not meet to be called an apostle, because I persecuted the church of God. But by the grace of God I am what I am: and His grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I laboured more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God was was with me. Therefore whether it were I or they, so we preach, and so ye believed.” (1 Corinthians 15:9-11)
Paul first describes who he was and says that he is not worthy to be called an apostle because he persecuted the church of God. Paul then says he is who he is now (an apostle) by the grace of God. This can also be applied to us, that we are who we are today because of His grace. In order for us to understand what grace is, we needed to experience the law and guilt. Let our past be the past, so that we can live for the future, as new creatures in Christ, full of grace. Grace is power, it is Truth, it is light, and it is hated, because it does not “tickle” people’s ears!
As I grow up, learning more,
Only one thing’s asked of me:
That’s to listen and obey,
And do what parents ask of me!
Red (stop!) Yellow (slow!) Green (go, go!)
Go and do what your told to do!
Stop (and listen!) Slow down (to speak!) Be quick (to hear!)
Go and do what your told to do!
This is pleasing to the Lord,
When you listen and obey.
Open up your ears today.
Listen to what parents say!
Even when I want my way,
I will do what parents say,
For the Bible tells me so,
Stop what you’re doing and go, go go!
There are only two spirits that exist. The spirit of this world – that is the fleshly, earthly spirit that is from Satan. And the Spirit of God – holiness, righteousness and joy in the Kingdom of Heaven. Today, each person is occupied by one spirit or the other. A person that is occupied with the worldly attractions, building a life here on earth and looking for joy in it, is fleshly and does not have the Spirit of God within. But a person who seeks the Heavenly and looks for joy in the Word of God, looking ONLY to please God, such a person is spiritual and everything in his life is also spiritual. “For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the spirit, the things of the Spirit.” Romans 8:5