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Freqently Asked Questions

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If I attend a Christian church, does that make me a Christian? No. If I was sprinkled as an infant, and dedicated to Jesus Christ, does that make me a Christian? No.

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If I was baptized in water at an older age, does that make me a Christian? No. If I read my Bible now and then, and pray every so often, does that make me a Christian? No.

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If I become a member of a supposed acceptable “Christian” denomination or local “Church”, does that make me a Christian? No. If I try to keep the 10 Commandments, surely THAT will make me a Christian, right? No.

If I say “the sinners prayer”, asking Jesus Christ to forgive me of all my sins, asking Him to be my Lord and Savior, does that make me a Christian? Very possibly YES … but that’s not the end of the matter. If I confess Jesus Christ as Lord, and that He was raised back to life and ascended into glory on the third day and now sits on the right hand of the Father, does that make me a Christian? Very possibly YES … but that’s not the end of the matter. If I truly believe that Jesus Christ paid full penalty for all my sins by dying on the cross, and I’m willing to give my life if need be for believing it, does that make me a true Christian? Very possibly YES … but that’s not the end of the matter. If I truly believe that Jesus Christ paid full penalty for all my sins by dying on the cross, and I’m willing to give my life if need be for believing it, and I fully believe that Jesus Christ was fully God before He came to earth as a mere man, and is now fully God and will forever be fully God, along with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit, does that make me a true Christian? Very possibly YES … but that’s not the end of the matter.

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The Movement shall preach the gospel in all parts of the country and in all nations of the world in keeping with the Lord's great commission of "Go ye therefore and teach all nations" (Matt. 28:19). It shall seek to restore the lost virtues of the Christian faith to the numberless multitudes of the unregenerated folks of the so-called orthodox institution (Is. 62:6; Jude 3); bring light and life to sinners in all other quarters than the Christian religious quarters (Lk. 24:47);

be an instrument of healing the sick, restoring the disabled, delivering the oppressed and possessed of the devils, be a means of oneness and restoration to the continually disintegrating body of Christ, the Church (Jn. 17:21), and be an instrument of warning to the adamant (Ezek. 33:2-7).

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Voice Of The Last Days Ministry has Watchman Catholic charismatic Renewal Movement as the evangelistic arm of the Movement.