On May, 7th the Ecumenical Church came together in Anthem’s city park to pray. The denominational walls came down and Christians by the hundreds came and prayed in unison for the family, the church, the sick and homeless, our government, and the schools.
The universal church came together, but it was not Roman Catholic; those present believed in baptism, but they weren’t Baptist; they believed in the Reformation, but they were not Lutheran; they believed in the new methods of teaching, but they were not Methodist; they believed the church was to be led by elders, but they were not Presbyterian; they believed in the teaching of the church, but they were not Orthodox; they believed in spreading the Gospel message, but they were not Evangelical, they believed in the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, but they were not Charismatic. Also present was a Jewish synagogue who believes Jesus is Messiah. What were they then? They were just Christians!
Who is a Christian? The person who when asked, “Who do you think Jesus is?” They reply, “I believe Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God.”
My faith is built on nothing less,