A Christian is someone who acts like Christ, someone who follows principles of Jesus, someone who represent and portrace Christ, someone who has the attribute or characteristics of Jesus Christ.
Looking at the definition above you’ll see here that Christianity is not a religion, it’s a lifestyle.
A Christian should be the light in darkness. A Christian should be worthy of emulations.
Lot of people will tell you “do as I say not do as I do” such should not be the theorm of a Christian.
People say they are Christians for so many reasons. Some say they are Christians because their father is a pastor, some say because they go to church that’s why they are Christians.
Now, going to church does not make one a Christian. The disciples were not called Christian because they went to the temple.
The people called them Christians because they saw Christ in them, they saw something special and different in them.
Before you can become a Christian you must first become a believer. You can never act like someone you don’t believe in.
A Christian is never ashamed of Christ.
A Christian is never ashamed of the Gospel.
A Christian is never double minded.
A Christian has the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
A Christian knows and does what Christ want and hate whatsoever Christ hate.
A Christian study the word and wait for instructions from the holy Spirit.
A Christian is someone who stand up even after falling seven times.
Before you can know God you must have built a personal relationship with him.
There’s a difference between knowing about God and knowing God.
The difference is who people say God is and your relationship, your experience with him.
A Christian is both a gifted and an anointed person. There’s a difference between someone who is gifted and someone who is anointed.
How do we become a Christian?
Prayer: Heavenly father we thank you for today
, thanks you for gift of life, thank you for how far you’ve brought us, thank you for remaining faithful despite our unfaithfulness
I commit those who have read through your word
Guide us, be with us.
Let your grace, favour and mercy speak for us always
Depart not from us, and make us to be Christians indeed
And at the end let alone your name be glorified
For in Jesus might name we’ve prayed. Amen.
God bless you