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The Sacraments of Christian Faith


The Sacraments of Christian Faith

In a nutshell, christianity is the belief in a deity and a god. While many churches reject the supernatural, others are focusing on tithing and attendance growth. Whether you’re a believer or not, there’s probably a sacrament that will help you heal or prevent sickness. Whatever you call it, the sacrament is a powerful instrument for bodily and spiritual healing.

In the New Testament, the importance of baptism is evident. Peter told the masses on Pentecost how to receive salvation. Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ, and they will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. During the ministry of Christ, the Holy Spirit descended upon Christians, and through His power they have been able to continue His kingdom ministry. But the Bible doesn’t end there.

There are many Nigerians who developed this theme after mid-70s conversion to Christianity. In his book, Satanic Diversion of the Black Race, Olukoya responded to a question about his faith. He describes Christianity as a religion originally of Africa and abandoned by the Black Race for idolatry. Idolatry is a universal sin, and Olukoya explains its roots by claiming that Christianity was abandoned in favor of idolatry.

Prophecy is a powerful tool that Christians can use to discern a true prophet from a false one. Throughout Scripture, prophecy is spoken about in various ways. While the New Testament does not elevate prophecy to a high level of authority, it is important to recognize that a potential prophecy should be tested and approved by church leaders. For example, the prophet Agabus foretold famine to early Christians in Acts 11:28-29, and even Paul’s death.

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