more like Christ

March 12, 2023

We aren’t called to be like other Christians,
we are called to be more like Christ.


The word Christian means Christ like.
A lot of people are using that title.

I know what the Bible says about being a Christian, a follower of Jesus Christ but the Bible has been altered and tampered with.
The devil knows the Bible better than we do. The devil is the small g god of this world.
Do you really think he’s not going to change some stuff in the Bible throughout the years, decades and centuries?
Or use men to do so?
Why do people have different beliefs of the Bible?
Why so many different religions or denominations? Why so many different denominations claiming the same title?
Because it has been altered and tampered with.
That’s why the Holy Spirit is there, to help us bring to our remembrance everything that Jesus Christ wants us to know and put the missing pieces of the Bible together that has been altered and tampered with.

If you don’t have the gift of the Holy Spirit. You will not agree with this.
The devil is using God’s words in the Bible to deceive us.

You can pray and ask Jesus Christ in the Spirit to confirm this message.
Allow the Holy Spirit to open your eyes and reveal the truth to you.

God Bless you

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Following Christ is not a casual or occasional practice but a continuous commitment and way of life that applies at all times and in all places.

~ Elder Dallen H. Oaks

People that truly believe in Jesus Christ and follow Him are called BELIEVERS, BRETHREN, AND FOLLOWERS OF JESUS CHRIST,

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

…the word Christian was a derogatory term way back when, a word used in rebuke towards Jesus’ followers

2 Comments on “more like Christ

  1. Great post. I’ve been thinking for a while the same thing about the Bible. Everything I’ve studied so far has been tainted and almost impossible to lock down the exact truth. Why not the Bible too? It’s worth questioning, for sure. I like your take on it.

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