I regard Christian and Jewish fundamentalism, and all other forms of fundamentalism, as the enemies of God - and I hope you'll quote me on that.
My parents were early converts to Christianity in my part of Nigeria. They were not just converts; my father was an evangelist, a religious teacher. He and my mother traveled for thirty-five years to different parts of Igboland, spreading the gospel.
I'm not religious, and I'm not a Christian, but I do reserve the right to believe in the possibility of a god.
I am, first of all, a Christian and, secondly, a person with very very serious personal opinion, so I'm motivated by many many things and, certainly, not by the need or desire to satisfy other people's ideas of who I am.
Your example should be stellar among your friends, associates, family, teachers, co-workers, and other Christians.
Holiness through Christ's Spirit is the accountability every Christian should be striving towards.
'Doing your own thing' and being a Christian is an oxymoron. As Christians, every day we need to be presenting ourselves before the Lord, thanking Him for His mercy and asking Him to make us more like Him by emptying us of our will, so God's will can be done.
As the word 'tolerance' grows in popularity, tolerance for pure, unadulterated Christian doctrine appears to be shrinking.
A Christian without a God who hears them? That's not a place that one who truly serves Christ wants to find themselves.
A Christian's example is always Jesus.
Christians are to love their neighbors as we love ourselves.
Somehow many have fallen into the belief that being a Christian is supposed to be a cake-walk. It's not.
Whether you like it or not, when you claim to be a Christian, the world takes note.
Every day you live as a Christian, you are accountable to live for Christ.
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