What Is Christianity?
Christianity is a religion that was founded by Jesus Christ and uses the Bible as its primary guide. It has many different branches, but all of them believe that God is the creator and ruler of the universe, that Jesus is His son, and that the Bible is the word of God.
Christianity is unique among all other faiths in that it is more about a relationship with God than a list of “do’s and don’ts” to follow. Instead of adhering to a set of rules, Christians cultivate a personal relationship with God through the work of Jesus and the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
One of the ways that Christians are able to help their friends and family members in need is through deliverance. This involves taking authority over demons, and commanding them to leave the person in need of help.
Healing the sick is another way that Christians can help others in need. This is often done by calling upon the elders of the church to pray for them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord.
Miracle healing is also common in christianity, especially when it involves the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the same power that the apostles and disciples received during the Pentecost period, after which they began to do signs and wonders in their communities.
The book of Acts explains that the disciples were empowered by the Spirit to take the message of Jesus to all nations. In fact, they were not only empowered to preach the Gospel but to heal the sick and cast out demons. They were also commanded by the Holy Spirit to cleanse cities of evil practices and to destroy all pagan statues and idols in the area.