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Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing, and I will receive you: And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty – 2nd Corinthians 6:17.

Christianity is not as hard as people make it to be; whenever we have a mindset, we will do what we have decided to do whether living according to the Word of God or the opposite.

The Bible’s instructions are not for God’s benefit but for the benefit of His people. Instructions, if applied, will be for the benefit of those who apply the instructions. God is not sitting in heaven pointing out people He will send to hell or heaven. He has given His instructions, and it’s left up to the person to carry them out.

Most parents want their child or children to follow their instructions, and when they don’t, they must receive the consequences of their disobedience. Just like a parent, God wants the best for us, so He gave His instructions so we can receive His blessings upon our lives and family.

Christians are in the family of God; He’s the Father, and He has order in His house, which is His kingdom. Every king rules over his kingdom, those who live in the kingdom is to be submitted to the king’s instructions.

God created us as free-will agents, He hasn’t nor will He make anyone serve Him that don’t want to. He’s not trying to prove Himself to anyone that He’s God. Whether one believes or don’t believe it does not stop Him from being God.

When we profess to be Christians and we live a double-life style, it brings an approach to God and to His family. Because of the lifestyle you’re living those who don’t know the truth will think it’s okay to do what you’re doing because they’re saying he or she is a Christians and they do it.

Take time and read the Bible and see what is required of God’s people to be Christians. God has set His people apart from the nonbelievers, Christians are a nation just like the Israelites were nation that were God’s people and He had instructions for them to live by just as He has for today’s Christian to live by.

When we accept salvation, sanctification is to be accompanied with it (For both He that sanctifieth and they who are sanctified are all of one: for which cause He is not ashamed to call them brethren – Hebrews 2:11). This Scripture refers to either the common humanity which Jesus shares with all believers, or to the fact that Jesus and believers all belong to God. Because the children of God and the Son Himself are from the same Father so Jesus can call them brethren.

We are to be a light that shines through the darkness of this world so that the world will see there is a different in those who profess to be Christians and those who don’t. The God we serve is mighty, He still works miracles signs and wonders, but He need someone He can use and the majority of professing Christians only worship Him on Sunday.

Satan is the god of this world and he has many followers, there are many being led by him and they aren’t aware they are being led because they don’t know the Word of God. God is a holy God and His people has to be holy. Holy implies sacredness, being consecrated to God, or being worthy of God.

In order to qualify for this label, a person or thing has to be from from impurity. There can be no hint of moral pollution or spiritual defilement. To be holy is to be free from anything that would offend a perfect God. This may seems impossible to achieve, after all, how can imperfect, fallen creatures like ourselves live up to the command be “holy”.

When we accept salvation, Jesus comes in live in our hearts (Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup (fellowship) with him, and he with Me -Revelation 3:20). This fellowship means more than yes, I accept salvation, it’s a willingness to allow Jesus to sanctify you.

As we submit our wills to Him, He removes the desires and the passions of the world’s actions from us. As we seek after God in prayer, reading His Word, applying the Word to our daily lives, the Holy Spirit will come and live within our spirit (Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love Me, he will keep My words, and My Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him – John 14:23).

It’s through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit residing in the believer making changes to the believers desires. Rather than seeking after the world, the believer will have a hunger and thirst for righteousness, a thirst to pleases the Father.

In order to experience the power of God, we must separate ourselves from the world and be dedicated to God and His Word. If you want to experience feeling His presence and hearing His voice, you must separate yourself from the world.

The God we serve is a jealousy God, He doesn’t want to share you with the world, He wants you to Himself.

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