Category: Other Important Questions
No one likes for his behavior to be judged, because we have all experienced unfair judgment based on inadequate information, selfishness or malevolence. But because God is Love and He is our Creator, He not only has the right to judge us according to His law, but will always judge us righteously.
If we tried to understand what God wants from people according to the way people worship Him in the various denominations we get a very confusing picture of a capricious and arbitrary God. But the Bible reveals that what God really wants is for people to love Him and the other creatures He has made.
The Bible teaches that Evil Spirits are real. They are angels who sinned and were cast out of Heaven with Satan. Although they cause a lot of destruction, Jesus gave His followers authority over them and do not need to be afraid of them.
God intends for there to be unity in His Church, but Satan has infiltrated the Christian Church and instilled suspicions, desire for supremacy and false doctrine that has resulted in divisions and a multitude of Churches and Christian Denominations.
According to the Apostle Paul, all believers are saints. There is nothing in the Bible that indicates that we should worship or pray to holy people who have died. Worship is to be directed only to the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
You can become a Christian if you believe what God says about you and what He has done for you. He says that you have sinned, and your sin disqualifies you to live in the good universe that He will create. But Jesus died for your sins, and if you believe Him and ask Him to direct your life you become a Christian.
A Christian is a follower of Jesus Christ. There is one God, the Father, the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit. Everyone has committed sin, and the penalty for sin is death, but whoever believes that Jesus died for his sins, and commits himself to following Jesus, is granted eternal life.
Nearly every religion teaches that there is life after death, and most Christian denominations teach that when we die the Soul continues to live, either in Heaven or in Hell. But the Bible teaches that the soul ceases to exist at the time of death, awaiting the resurrection when God will recreate the Soul.
Throughout human history many people have been saved, not because they knew tne name of Jesus, but because they responded to God as He impressed them through the Holy Spirit. At the End of Time the gospel will go to the whole world, and then only Christians who have rejected the lies of Satan will be saved.
Many Churches characterize themselves as the “True Church”. The Book of Revelation makes it clear that the True Remnant Church is not an organization, but consists of those individuals who keep the Commandments of God and have the Testimony and Faith of Jesus.