What Is Christianity?
Christianity is a faith that believes in one God and that Jesus Christ was sent by that God to bring salvation to all people. It is a faith that is based on many practices, such as:
Deliverance (Casting out Demons)
Christians believe in the power of Jesus to cast out demons. They also know that they have the authority in their lives to command them to leave by using their relationship with Jesus.
Healing the sick is another practice that christians believe in. They use the power of Jesus to heal those who are sick in body, mind and spirit.
In the early church, healing often followed persistent or desperate faith. Today, we can still see cases where individuals must show initial or deepened faith when they are not healed in this life at all.
Miracles are a part of Christian faith, although not all Christians believe in them.
The Bible teaches that Jesus can perform miracles to teach us about him, demonstrate his kingdom and sovereign purposes, and remove hindrances to ministry and service.
When we believe in Jesus, we are right with God and will be saved from death.
In order to be saved, we need to turn away from the world and sin and trust in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We also need to believe in the work of the Holy Spirit to change our hearts and live a holy life. This is done through obedience to Christ’s words and teachings.