Is Christianity Overbearing?
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Christianity is not a religion. ItInstant Manifestation Secrets is a lifestyle which depicts the way Jesus Christ lived on Earth and hence the name "Christ-ian" meaning like Christ or Christ- like. Jesus Christ lived a perfect life without stain or spots and a perfect example to all Human kind to follow. But we, Humans are born sinners, we are not perfect and from time to time we fall into sin. How then can we live a Christ- like Life? Is it possible to live a blameless Life without spot or stain? Is the whole Christian stuff just too difficult for a person to follow? In fact, some believe, it is not possible to follow the teachings of the scriptures and hence we have to be 'super-monks' in order to maintain the word of God in our lives.
First of all, lets look deep into our minds and the kind of mentality we have about God. If we see Him as a very strict or tough Disciplinarian, or a person who waits for the slightest opportunity to chastise us, then we will never do right without feeling the heaviness of burdens on us. In the first place, if you take the gospel to an unbeliever, how do you portray Christ? As a Punisher of sins and the final Judge who will cast unbelievers to hell? That person will have the misconception about God as a wicked being and will never want to associate himself with a supreme being who only or mostly cares about punishing His own image and likeness. But if you portray God as someone who loves and cares a lot for him/her, making the person to see God's eager desire to make them worth living here on Earth and eternally in Heaven; then you definitely would at least achieve the first step of capturing their minds.
Will God, after sacrificing His son for us, because of His limitless love then put us under subjectivity and unbearable burden? Remember that, even when we do not deserve His love, He still loved us like His own. And after becoming His sons and daughters, we are co-heirs with His son, Jesus Christ. With such status, it should be expected that we enjoy the benefits and freedom of been co-heirs. If you are a co-heir to a king, would you be suffering? We can also cast our minds on the truth that God cares for us and His plans towards us are not evil but of good to give us an expected end (Jeremiah 29:11). So, when He says 'don't' or 'do' it is for our own good and not for Himself. God does not need us and He can absolutely do without us, but on the other hand, we need Him and cannot do without Him.
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