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YOUR AID IN YOUR NEW WALK WITH CHRIST

 
   
 
     
     
 

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven. Matthew 5:16

 
   
     
   
   
     
 

     Now that Jesus has made you a new person on the inside, it's time for your to start living like it on the outside!  Jesus said, "For the tree is known by his fruit - Make a tree good, and its fruit will be good - Make a tree bad, and its fruit will be bad, and its fruit will be bad" (Matthew 12:33).  So in order to produce 'good fruit' in your life, I have listed five important steps that will help you grow tremendously in your walk with Christ:

1) Repent of your sins and be baptizes.
(Repenting means that you sincerely desire and are willing to turn away from any activity in your life that is unpleasing to God - Baptism services are available at the church you'll be attending).  (Acts 2:38; Luke 13:5; Matthew 28:19; Mark 16:16; Romans 6:3-4)

2) Pray daily.
(Prayer is simply communicating and talking to God - be sure to also praise God and thank Him constantly for everything He's doing in your life).  (I Thessalonians 5:17-18; John 15:7)

3)  Read you Bible daily.
(Pray that God's Holy Spirit will grant you wisdom and reveal real spiritual truth to you as you read).  (Acts 17:11)

4) Go to a place of assembly (church).
Start attending church immediately on a regular weekly basis, (and even more often if you can), and build new friendships, (fellowship), with other Christians in the church. (Hebrews 10:25)

5)  Witness for Jesus.
Share the good news about Jesus with others through your words and in the way you live your life!  (Mark 16:15; John 13:35 and 15:8; Matthew 4:19)

     By following these five important steps, your relationship with Christ will grow greatly and the strength that feeds your spirit will become steadfast and unshaken.

    Most Bible teachers  recommend that most new Christians should use the "New International Version"
Bible (N.I.V.) or the "New Living Translation" Bible (N.L.T.).  Both of these translations were written in modern English and are exceptionally easy to read and understand - especially the N.L.T. version.  (Please note that there are many great Bible translations available, so I do encourage you to first consult with the Pastor, (church leader or church Elder), of the church you will be attending and seek their advice and direction in determining which Bible translation would be best for you).

 
   
 
     
     
     
       
     
 
     
 

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Some information were taken from "The Moon is Flat"
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