Question 2: How would you be considered a Christian?
Since I was growing up, I never practiced any specific religion. Until I graduated high school ...
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... the Holy Spirit and when I consume alcohol, I am consuming toxic and continuing to damage myself. Even though these are just a few examples of sinful actions, growing up in an age of social media, the standard of practicing Christianity seems somewhat strict to me. To a certain extent, in the public view, if you do not practice the religion precisely, some people may judge you and not consider you a believer of the Lord. On the other hand, referring to my first question, I believe that it is up to yourself whether you believe your lifestyle is Christianity worthy. To answer my question, I somewhat believe my lifestyle can meet the standards of practicing the religion under the Lord’s eyes as well as my own eyes. As long as I believe that my lifestyle may meet the standards in Gods eyes than that’s all that matters because the Lord is the only one that can judge me.
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