Real Christianity


Real Christianity is defined by a love for God because of what He did for us through the death of His Son. It is demonstrated by tangible events. Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world (James 1:27). The concerted effort to change the dynamics of life will be demonstrated by real believers in Jesus Christ.

The visual representation of Christianity is not revealed through pictures. Christianity is not revealed through actors. It is revealed through action. It is revealed through repentance of sin. It is revealed through correcting what is in your power to correct. It is experienced through Scripture reading and meditation. It is experienced through fasting and prayer. It is experienced through admitting wrong doing and changing.

If what you believe about Christianity is anything other then what the Bible describes as Christianity, then you are deceived. Christians are not perfect, but when confronted of an error found within Scripture, they will confess the error and change. A nonChristian or false christian will ignore correction, admonition, and repentance.

For your own protection and wisdom, you should know the difference between a real Christian and a fake one. You will know them by the fruit they bear. Don’t waste your time with fake Christians, no use in reproving them, surround yourself with real Christians and you will find power when you come together to pray. No power? Check your surroundings.

2 responses to “Real Christianity

  1. Hmm. Seems a little harsh. Isn’t one of the reasons we are put in the body to reprove one another when we are hypocritical?

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