The Logic of Christianity

     If our God is for us, then who could ever stop us?  As Christians we live by God’s promise. To continue on our daily lives knowing our real purpose here on earth and help other lost souls that are struggling. We know that the holy spirit is with us and will guide us on the right path.          

     Faith plays a big role. Without spiritual understanding, it would be hard to discern. John 14;26 said “But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you.” Surrendering life to God, is letting Him take control of your life, to lead you to the right path. Giving up all your vice; wickedness, immorality. Putting trust in Him and he will be your strength, your shield and your supply.

     Another point that leads to the central logic of Christianity is Love. God is all about love so his followers should be just like him. He said ‘’love those who hates you”. It’s all about commitment and accepting loss with no anger. Instead of hating pray for them. People that are poor in spirit would have trouble loving one another as they love there self, especially those who are weak in spirit. With the holy spirit in us revolutionary will occur spiritually and physically. Like the sun concept, it shines in the good and the bad and that is us. We are the light of the world.

      Other misunderstood that when you do good things to other people they should also do something great for you, no.  As Christians we do not give to get something in return. We are sinners because of free will, but Jesus already paid for our sin. As a children of God we do not look for a return from other people, instead hope for something good from God. His promises are real and are made for the people who humble themselves in front of Him and believes Him. We are the temple of God and that the spirit of God dwells in us.

     We Christians are here on earth to prove ourselves to Christ. This earth is full of sinful nature, but we must resist because it is our battle field. We fight the temptation and should live by the holy spirit. As a Christian logic it is us who should help the people that are poor in spirit and guide them to Christ, we cannot change them so we should still love them, pray for them and believe in God’s work in their lives.


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