• Jesus is real: Jesus is just a religion to most, and a way of living a religious life yet their life outside of the walls of religion proves that they do not know him at all. In reality, Jesus is truly real, because when I sought him I found him. What is written about him in the scriptures, and the book of Acts is real and true. When I realised Jesus was real, then his power began working in my life.

 

  • Salvation is not guaranteed: Many believe they are saved when they accepted Jesus at such-and-such a date. They do not realise that if they continue living a worldly life, their past confession will not saved them, because it is written that if you live after the flesh as a Christian you will perish, but if you live after the Spirit and remain faithful to Jesus you will find eternal life. Romans 8:13-14.


  • The bible: The bible is God's word and contains the commands of Jesus and the way of salvation outlined by his disciples for clarity and to stop confusion and perversion of the truth. Why is it that many people have a different opinion of what is written as to what is the truth then? It is because most have not met Jesus themselves and are not able to process the truth as simply as it is written but make up doctrines according to their own philosophy because their hearts are filled with darkness and their ears are stopped up. Is the bible God's only word to us? Certainly not: God has a lot to say to you about what you must do in your daily life that is not recorded in the bible. It is written that those who are his children, are led by his Spirit. That is, they hear him. Like all religion, they study their holy book and make the way they think is life. But unlike all religion, followers of Jesus are led BY HIS SPIRIT which the bible attests to. Jesus is real outside the scriptures. John 5:39-40


  • Church: The apostles never held churches and took tithes and ordained ministers and built structures. This is what man did around the birth of the Catholic Church several centuries later. The gathering of faith, Christians, were called the Eclessia. They were led by the Spirit separate unto Christ Jesus their Messiah. This gathering took place in designated areas where Christians worshipped together in Spirit and in Truth and where they ate the Last Supper together in Holy Unity. This may sound very like your idea of Church today, and indeed there are churches today who do just this...but on the whole, throughout history, what was created in the 3rd or 4th Century, was not a re-creation of Christ's gathering, but a counterfeit from the enemy which persists to this very day. Today, you will be hard pressed to find a gathering that resembles the book of Acts, because today few are led by the Holy Spirit and stop sinning. Instead, churches of today, to many of them Jesus is not real, and their daily lives are more important, along with the sports, fun, rock music, and entertainment that they indulge in. It is a fair warning to any true follower of Jesus to NOT go to church lest you become tainted like them, unless the gathering you go to you have been approved of being there by God. Acts 2:42


  • Real Christians stop living in sin: Real believers whose faith is genuine, have found victory from sin because their real faith in Jesus, caused his real power to come into their lives freeing them from the bondages to sin that they have been till they came to him. Nobody can become free from sin of their own accord, goodwill, or determination. A slave cannot free himself. Only Christ can loose the chains and set the captives free. If you are still bound to sin, you have not Christ. Jesus is real, and if you seek him you shall find him and freedom. John 8:34-36. 


  • Sinless Perfection: You were a sinner before you met Jesus, and by his power you became a saint and ex-sinner after you met Jesus. If this has not happened to you, then you have not met Jesus. Can a leopard change his spots? Can a sinner make himself clean? No, you need Christ. It is written in the scriptures that when you know Jesus, that you no longer commit sin. Will you never sin again? Sadly many fall away again and go back to the world. These will be damned if they don't repent and come back. If you come back from backsliding Jesus will certainly accept you and cleanse you once more. If you remain in Jesus one day, and so do not sin at all, but the next day you start following the flesh and sinning in any small or great manner, then you are in dire need of repentance and learning of why you fell to ungodliness for Jesus will surely chastise you and cause you great trouble if you don't repent lest you end up in hell. He loves you, he doesn't want that. Do I never sin? the same above applies: since I walk with Jesus today, I don't sin today for when I walk in the light I do not stumble and Jesus is the light and if you walk with him in the light you will not stumble as written; but if in the morrow I don't abide in Jesus and start following the flesh, then I know I must likewise repent and not abide in darkness no more.We are all ungodly in our flesh and so we must put it down daily and follow Jesus lest we become tainted by the flesh. One day the flesh will pass away along with its evil desires that tempt us daily, and we will rise incorruptible. Till that day, DO NOT follow the flesh, but follow the Spirit of Jesus in you. YOU ARE WARNED! John 3:7-10


  • You must be baptised in water: Jesus commanded that we be baptised in water, and so we must to fulfil all righteousness. Philip baptised the Eunuch because he told him the GOSPEL. God supernaturally sent Philip by teleportation to the Eunuch to tell him the gospel. The gospel he told the Eunuch was that Jesus is the Messiah, and salvation was by faith and baptism in water in his name. The Eunuch was baptised and rose out of the water rejoicing and God took Philip away at that point. God was behind the baptism, and faith in Jesus Christ. If baptism was not part of the gospel, Philip would not have told him about baptism as part of it and God would not have sent him to do it. It is as simple as that....Acts 8:26-40, Mark 15:15-16


  • Repentance required for salvation: If your heart is hard, you would not repent…This was the sin of the Pharisees. They were stiff-necked and self-righteous and refused to repent of their sins believing they were right with God. In the same manner believers today think they are right with God through Jesus Christ yet they refuse to repent of their sins. Such are nearsighted and blind. The good man is the one who hears the word, and accepts it and becomes a doer of the word: he repents of his past sins, and turns to a life of living for Jesus Christ in holiness and truth, not in worldliness and sin. Nobody can come to Jesus Christ and find him for real, and not repent of their sins, for the Holy Spirit came to convict sinners of God’s salvation, righteousness and judgement so that everyone who repents and believes the gospel will be saved. Jesus said, “For the light has come into the world, but many would not come near it lest their sins be exposed (would not repent), and remained in the darkness.” Rev 2:4-5


  • You must be separate from most TV programs, Movies, Video Games, and other forms of worldly entertainment/media: These things epitomise the impure, ungodly standard of this world that God hates and will cause believers who partake in them, to become polluted, stains on their robes, and unfit for heaven. These things cause a lull in their faith and cause many to become lukewarm. Though not all forms of these God hates; there are always exceptions, and a person has to evaluate with God whether the things they allow themselves to view/do are in keeping with the true faith we are baptised into, the narrow way of a disciple. We are free in Christ to live outside of the restrictions of religious requirements, however we are not free to pervert the faith, or to pollute ourselves in the world, because we were bought at a price, and God demands that we fear him, and obey Jesus and walk in purity. Things like Rock Music are certainly of the ways of darkness in this world, and not of God at all. When I turned to Jesus, I threw away my pop music collection, as I had chosen to come on the narrow way of the true faith of Jesus Christ. 1 John 2:15-17.


  • Christians and Sport don’t mix: Sport in general is about the pride of life, not about Christ. Sports mainly came from Ancient Greece and Rome. The apostles in those days were not into sport but lived for the gospel and being led by the Spirit. Sport today captivates the hearts of those who do not follow Christ and whose hope is not heaven. Sport is about the pride of life, and selfish ambition, all of which counts for nothing before God. Many believers are far more interested in the latest sports scores than in living for Jesus, because sport places their hearts on this world, and not on the kingdom above.However sport simply for activity, or such activity with others is not wrong, no more than a walk in the park isn’t wrong. I used to be an athlete. I had to quit before I could come on the way to heaven. I could not serve Jesus and sport. If I kept living after sport, I would come before God empty handed as a Christian like the servant who was given 1 Denarii but hid it in the ground and did nothing with it. Such a servant Jesus said was cast into the outer darkness. Matthew 25:14-30.


  • You cannot serve Jesus and your Talents: Our talents mostly serve ourselves and lift up ourselves in the eyes of others. Jesus said believers are to be willing to take the least position and not put themselves up before others. Our talents mostly are for our own gain, and own satisfaction. People live their whole lives dictated by their talents, but they die and end up in hell because they did not instead live a life for Jesus and give away their life for his sake. I do not say you cannot do any of your talents, nor that talents themselves are wrong, for maybe God has a plan for you with that talent and those who know him are led by his Spirit, rather I give a general warning that anyone who is deceived and lives after their talents and not for the Lord will certainly fall short of the kingdom of God. But the one who gives away his pursuits and heart’s desires and instead places these on the kingdom of God through Jesus Christ, this person will find everlasting treasure and eternal life. I used to live after my talents, however I knew I would fall short of God's kingdom doing this, and so I decided to live for the kingdom of God instead, and let him take care of the things he wants me to do with my hands and abilities; and you may be sure that Jesus will never lead someone to serve their own abilities and look good in the eyes of the world, and gain the world, and hence fall short of the Kingdom of God. Matthew 16:24


  • Marriage and Divorce: From the beginning God created marriage for keeps. God hates divorce, but Jesus gave mercy to the adulteress, and she was forgiven of her sins by him. Jesus will forgive us if we repent and reconcile to his way and stop committing adultery. If you are married to a covenant spouse (no previous marriages) when he called you, then remain that way as this is the LORD's Command. Malachi 2:16, 1 Cor 7:10


  • Remarriage after Divorce: According to Jesus, if anyone marries a divorced person, or divorces their spouse and marries another, he commits adultery and causes his ex wife to also commit adultery, and anyone who marries him commits adultery. Christians MUST NOT remarry if they divorce. And if they have, they should repent. There were two options for the divorced person in Scripture to either return to the first or remain single. I used to believe there were situations when remarriage was ok, but have since understood that before the Lord it is not ok at all. Are there any situations where this may be permissible before the Lord? Must such divorce and remain single if they have remarried? These questions YOU must place before the Lord and work it out. But for me, I remain firm with what Jesus taught about it, and categorically warn all: DO NOT remarry if you have divorced and your spouse still lives. Better to remain single than remain in adultery and not inherit the Kingdom of God! Hard words, but such I will stand by! I myself am married once as God commanded and not divorced and that is how it shall always be. 

    But to the married I give instructions, *not I, but the Lord, that the wife should not leave her husband 11 (but if she does leave, she must remain unmarried, or else be reconciled to her husband), and that the husband should not divorce his wife.1 Cor 7:10. 

    8 Jesus said to them, “Moses, because of the hardness of your hearts, permitted you to divorce your wives, but from the beginning it was not so. 9 And I say to you, whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality,[d] and marries another, commits adultery; and whoever marries her who is divorced commits adultery.”" Mathew 19:3-9 39 The wife is bound by the law as long as her husband liveth; but if her husband be dead, she is at liberty to be married to whom she will; only in the Lord. 1 Cor 7:39


  • Homosexuality: It is written that those who practice this sin, will not inherit the kingdom of heaven. No believers who does, will be saved, for those who live after the lusts of the flesh will shipwreck their faith and not find eternal life. Those who repent will be forgiven. Leviticus 20:13


  • Sexual Immorality: The sexual immoral will not inherit the kingdom of God but will be cast into the lake of fire which burns with sulphur. We must understand that the lusts of the flesh that lead to sexual immorality will destroy us: living as a marriage couple when you are not married, having sexual relations with a person when you are not married to them, looking in lust at a person, viewing pornography, dressing immodestly, committing any kind of adultery, entertaining sexual fantasies towards others who are not your spouse, uncleanliness, and such will cause you to not find entry into the kingdom of Heaven. Of these, we must DEPART. 1 Cor 6:9


  • Sabbath: You are not required by God to keep the Sabbath Commandment according to the Law of Moses to the Jews to be saved, if you are born again by faith in his Son Jesus Christ, for the old has passed in you, and the new come causing you to be a child of God, for Christ fulfilled the law and the commands on the cross that those who are born again rest from works of the law, having the law fulfilled in them. Under this new covenant by faith, all that is required of you, is the freedom to follow Jesus Christ in faith and be led by the Holy Spirit he baptises you with, for in Christ God's Sabbath is fulfilled. Neither are you condemned if you wish to keep a Sabbath unto the Lord. Colossians 2:16-23


  • Friends and the world: A disciple of Christ no longer finds fellowship with unbelievers, and so is not to be yoked with unbelievers, for good company is corrupted by bad. Having fellowship with sinners, will over time cause you to fall to sin yourself, and become like them. Birds of a feather, flock together. You become who you mix with, a little leaven goes though the whole batch, be warned. Since we are in this world, we cannot have nothing to do with unbelievers, otherwise we would have to leave this world, rather among them and with them we associate and where able stand for Christ living quiet lives among them letting good shine that maybe some of them may be saved also. I do not say to depart from your family, community, school, or social interactions and become a hermit, rather, to understand that in order to be true to your faith in Christ, you must not compromise with those who do not know God and despise his name, and love and do sin. 2 Corinthians 6:14


  • Being separate from the world: Following Jesus does not mean you must not have a job for money to pay your bills and look after those in your care, nor does it mean you must be a hermit and be away from humanity, nor quit school and do nothing. Rather, following Jesus is about not taking part in the shameful immorality, and sinful deeds and lawless living of the world around you, and being instead separate from THESE things unto Christ. 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13


  • You are not condemned to hell by: taking a holiday, wearing a wedding ring, clothes you wear (providing they are modest and not a style of shameful immorality or pride), not keeping the Sabbath as per the Law, past sins you have repented of, not tithing at a church, not having communion at a church, not going to church, nor having a job and savings among other things, rather you are condemned if you live a life for yourself and not for Christ in the true faith. There is no eternal life for those who don't put their heart on the kingdom of God through Christ and instead have their hearts set on the things of this life solely. 


  • Not everything is a sin and you won’t go to hell for things you didn’t know about: In this life there are many questions and the path to life may seem difficult to see, but with Jesus walking with him means you will be in the light and he will show you the way to go so you won’t stumble. If you listen to him and his guidance you won’t be condemned. He will lead you the right way and he will save you according to your faith. If you are serious about him, he will take you seriously and show you what he does not want you to do. The faithful to Christ never get to heaven and are turned away because of something they did not realise or understand was a sin. This only happens when they did not walk with him in his reality in faith in this life, so became deceived and fallen in sin.


  • Temptation: Temptation will always come, as it is a condition of living in the flesh. Yielding to temptation is what will destroy you if you fall away to it, and do not repent and return back to Christ like the prodigal son. A person who has come to know Jesus Christ and his salvation first hand will be tempted by the devil. If he endures he will be saved. There is no hope for those who do not obey Jesus' command to persevere and endure.


  • Hell: Hell is eternal and those who end up there do not become a pile of ash and no longer exist. Jesus warned us plainly about hell how it is a place of torment, suffering, and anguish. Following the flesh will end you in hell, but putting out the sinful ways of the flesh and choosing to live a life of faith in Jesus Christ being led by his Spirit on the new way, leads to eternal life. Jesus came to save sinners from hell. God does not want people to end up there, and so made the way of salvation for all through Christ since the foundations of the world, that all who come to his Son Jesus Christ, shall be saved. 


  • What will God judge you for? What do you want God to judge you for till now? Your work for him you have been diligently doing, or the fact that you HAVE NOT been working for him, but living for yourself instead?  I knew in 2009 that if I stood before God then in my life lived for my own talents, that I was going to be judged for NOT serving him, and saying him by name only, not being a DOER of the word, but a hearer only. What is God going to be judging YOU for?  It is still not too late to start working for Jesus. Remember the parable of the workers who lined up to receive their pay? Some workers had worked all day, others had worked the last hour only. They all were paid well by the Master. Start small with Jesus in prayer for him to use you. Things will grow from there.


  • Rapture: Jesus is returning soon, his coming is at hand as time is run out, as has long been warned about. Disbelieve and disregard the warning to repent and make ready in favour of your own opinions about it, to your own peril. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18