Anyone can call themselves a Christian but how firm is their faith in Christ. Faith is believing without seeing what is in front of us. It is like walking in a dark room but trusting God’s guidance. Faith in Christ is giving our complete trust in him. Letting him take control of our future. To have a pure and holy life before Christ. Our brothers and sisters in other countries have a strong faith to the point of risking their own life. They would die for Christ as Christ had died for them. The Overseas Ministries Center estimates that about one hundred and fifty thous...
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...y convection through the word of God. The Bible states, “They are darken in their understanding, alienated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them, due to their hardness of heart” (Ephesians 4:18) Christians are leading non-believers to destruction because of the way they conduct themselves.
Last but not least, Christians that are persecuted serve God with a sincere heart and honor God while in America we as Christians are not doing what God has called and chose us to do. We are called to go against the worldly standards, and to place our faith in Christ. To Share the gospel and the way we live determines what awaits us in the afterlife. Christians from other countries should inspire us to follow Christ and not be like the world but more like Christ. The Bible affirms, ‘’They are not of the world, just as I am not of the world’’ (John 17:16).
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