What Is Christianity?
Christians are a group of people who believe in one God and a Son called Jesus. They also believe that the Bible is a holy book and they read it and use it to guide their lives.
Christianity originated in ancient Judaism, but it grew into a fully independent religion. It merged the beliefs of Jewish people with elements from the dominant culture of Roman Empire.
The core of Christianity is that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that he died for our sins to provide a way for us to be saved from hell. Some Christians also believe that Jesus was resurrected and is alive today.
Deliverance, Casting Out Demons and Healing the Sick
The Bible has many stories of miracle healing. The earliest accounts, in the New Testament, describe dramatic, supernatural, and instantaneous physical healings such as blind people seeing, lame people walking, leprosy vanishing and bleeding ceasing to occur.
These healings are a testament to the power of prayer and reliance on God, not human efforts. The Bible is clear that miraculous healing is a process of letting go of self-dependence and surrendering to the Lord’s will.