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I am a graduate from KNUST Kumasi, Ghana who grew up as a lazy JW together with my paternal half siblings. At 17, I was stuck with my mom, a baptist who also influenced me to attend her church which I did without zeal. Until 23, I lived a churchless life although I followed the christian discipline. After so long, I have now felt God's touch on me through wonderful unimaginable means and currently fellowship with an Evangelical Charismatic church.

I don't particularly adhere to or refute any doctrine from any origin as they help me to study the bible more, maturing spiritually. I pledge myself in all things to dwell in Him and He in me.


Apr
22
awarded  Critic
Apr
22
comment What does it mean to “worship in truth”?
For instance, I'd want to check on the trinity doctrines just to make sure I'm not making an 'idol' for myself mistaken to be God the creator. What if I am a bit wrong in who I thought God truly is?
Apr
22
comment What does it mean to “worship in truth”?
I don't know why but I think your answer makes more sense to me. Jesus cautions us about putting on a show before men whiles here he talks about worship to God in his true nature. +1 With that being said, will it be prudent for a new member of the Christian faith to weigh and study doctrines to see which one best (objectively) depicts the truth about God before deciding on where, how and with whom he should worship and fellowship?
Apr
21
answered How are Christians expected to live up to the standards of following Christ?
Apr
20
asked What does it mean to “worship in truth”?
Apr
19
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
@Jas check this. "SIN: First, it is important to understand that, from Matthew 22:37-40, God desires intimate, loving relationship with His people...". When you get to the 'if we fail' part which most critically answers the question, you maintain all the quotes of 1 John 1:1, James 3:2 and James 5:16, like you did. I think that will be cool.
Apr
19
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
@David Short is ok as long as I get the point. Thanks
Apr
18
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
I love your answer and your style. It's great but I noticed that all your answers are quite too long. You could convey your views in a more concise manner. I wish someone else would support this so you can work it out. But hey, +1 for you.
Apr
18
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
Inspiring and insighting! +1
Apr
18
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
Sorry about that. My phone gave me a hard time. Hope it's clear now.
Apr
18
revised What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
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Apr
18
comment What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
error. Pls will edit as soon as posible
Apr
18
asked What if we were not tempted by the devil but rather, we failed God's test?
Apr
17
asked Why would God allow man to test Him?
Apr
17
revised Does anybody teach specifically about the existence of ghosts?
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Apr
15
comment How should a Christian feel inside?
+1 i like that.
Apr
14
answered How should a Christian put a decision in God's hands if there is no logical answer?
Apr
13
comment How do Christians exercise self-control in the abstinence of food during fasting?
@Wikis Thanks, appreciated.
Apr
13
comment How do Christians exercise self-control in the abstinence of food during fasting?
@Wikis Is it okay now?
Apr
13
revised How do Christians exercise self-control in the abstinence of food during fasting?
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