There are many arguments to make a case for the existence of God. However, most of them don’t tell us much about the character of God.
“If God is the creator of everything, then who created God? If you theists want us to believe that everything that exists has a cause then God needs a cause too! Who caused God? You guys are inconsistent in your beliefs, because you want to apply the law of causality to everything in the universe but are not ready to do it for God. This is itself quite a massive proof that theism is false.”
When prayer is not genuine it’s not real prayer. How do we know when our prayers are not genuine? It’s simple! The heart. When your prayers are not genuine your heart does not align with your words. Your words can be eloquent and beautiful while still being filled with deceit and hypocrisy Psalm 55:21. Our hearts may fool us, but the Lord is not fooled.
“Christians are intolerant. They are the most bigoted people I have ever come across. They can’t accept the belief of others and then they call themselves loving, how in the world is that ‘loving’? Jesus Christ taught others to love their neighbors, but are the so-called Christians following His teachings? No, Jesus would be ashamed of such people.”
In this article, we will be discussing the heresy of sinless perfectionism. It is impossible to be sinless at any time on our Christian walk of faith. Who could claim to be perfect when we look at what God calls perfection? We are trapped in unreedemed flesh and when we compare ourselves to the perfect Christ we fall flat on our face.
As Christians, we may think that we worship God in Spirit and truth, but do we really? Do you worship God out of compulsion or do you worship Him from your heart? Do you offer praises just to remove some kind of guilt?
Most of the entirety of my life could be defined as a Christian self-help struggle. Typically, you could always find me with a book in my hand on how to become a better Christian, how to increase in purity, decrease in sin and become a more Godly, improved version of my inherently lacking self.
Bible verses about idolatry
Everything belongs to God. Everything is about God. We have to understand who God is. He is not a god He is the one and only God of the universe, who reveals Himself supremely in the person of Jesus Christ. Romans 1 tells us that idolatry is exchanging the truth of God for a lie. It’s worshiping the creation rather than the Creator. It’s exchanging the glory of God for self.
Bible verses about missions
It’s a serious thing to talk about missions and it should be treated as such. As missionaries, we are bringing the gospel to dead men. We won’t stop until the flag of Jesus Christ is raised in every nation.
Bible verses about loving others
We have lost sight of love. No longer do we love the way we should and this is a huge problem in Christianity. We’re afraid to love others. There are many believers who need support from the body of Christ but the body has been blinded by selfishness. We say we want to love like how Christ loved but is it true? I’m tired of words because love doesn’t come from the mouth, it comes from the heart.