What Is Christianity?
Christianity, or the Christian faith, is the belief that Jesus is the Son of God and that he died to save people from their sins. It is the world’s oldest religious movement and it is practiced by more than 65% of adults in the United States.
Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, one with the Father and the Holy Spirit (see John 10:30). He lived on earth for a period of time and taught his followers about living righteously and loving their neighbours.
They also believe that Jesus was buried and rose again. His death and resurrection provide forgiveness for their sins and a relationship with God through Christ.
Deliverance from Demons:
Christians believe that God has the power to cast out demons. They also believe that Christians should pray to cast out all spiritual demons in their lives.
Healing the sick:
The Bible is clear that Christians should seek to heal those who are suffering, but it is important to note that healing is a temporary concern. The body of believers will be transformed into a spiritual body after they die, and this is the hope for all Christians.
The book of Acts describes many acts of miraculous healing after the descent of the Holy Spirit. The Apostles and their disciples were empowered by the Spirit to preach the gospel and heal those in need.