Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)
Becoming a Christian; Titus 1-3
Season 12, Episode 7 • 09-Dec-2021
Becoming a Christian may be offensive to some but let me be clear, the advantages of being born again outweigh any offense. God does not wait until we have grown mature in Him before giving us the advantages of a believer in Christ. It is true that Christians grow. Like everything else in our
world our Christian lives aren’t static, we learn and change as we experience life with God. When we first, truthfully, come to Christ, God heals our spirit and gives us grace and the gift of eternal life. Then the LORD begins to change our attitudes and thoughts about the things around us. We move from a culture of sin to a culture of God. The word “culture” helps us describe a group of people living life together and that group influence over individuals. Consider that God’s Word and ways are greater than any culture, and Christians can exist in all of them. Jesus Christ is the LORD of lords and King of kings. As Christians, we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, our fight is spiritual. God helps us to grow in a new pattern, not in this world, but in the next.
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