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Are You Righteous and Part of God's Family?

Wooden Cross in Lilies

Wooden Cross in Lilies

God Fearing Worshiper

Many call yourself a Christian when you are not a God-fearing worshiper.

You go to church, the building once a week, but the Holy Trinity wants you to worship them all the time. Now, all the time is not every minute of the day because that's something impossible, something you cannot do.

However, you can worship and pray silently or when you are doing other things like driving, walking, listening to the radio, or even while watching your favorite television show or watching videos. You can even worship while you're on your phone.

The point is you need Christ in your life. You need to be a part of the family of God.

You might ask, "How do I become part of God's family?"

Well, you ask Christ to come into your life.

If you want Yeshua, Christ, Jesus (whatever you call Him), and you are sincere and mean it, if your heart feels full, ask Him like you are talking to someone in the room with you.

Say,

Jesus, please come into my heart. You are my Lord and Savior. Forgive me for my sin. I confess to you with my mouth and believe in my heart that you were raised from the dead by Father God. Thank you for my salvation. I praise you, and I thank you. Amen.

Romans chapter 10, verse 9 in the King James Version of the Holy Bible says:

"That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved."

This verse tells you how to become part of the Family of God.


Man's Righteousness Before God: The First Sin

Now, you must believe you are righteous before God.

You see before Man was not righteous before God. The Old Testament tells us how Man had to go through certain rituals of sacrifices and touch the head of certain animals so that his sins would go into that particular sacrificial animal.

Then, in the New Testament, Jesus came into the world. He was born to be a sacrifice for Man.

Adam gave the Serpent Man's promised belongings from God (See Genesis).

Most importantly, Adam gave up his glorious connection to God. At that point, Adam (meaning Adam and Eve, male and female) took a bite out of the fruit from "The Tree of Good and Evil." That glorious connection ceased.

Man (male and female) no longer walked in glory because Adam (the male) took of the fruit that God told him not to. They committed the first sin.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2022 Victoria

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