“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33).

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Here are the latest blog posts on Becoming Christians.

Becoming Christians is a website dedicated to helping every Christian who would like to follow the footsteps of our Lord and Master, Yahshua or popularly known as Jesus Christ. This site believes that the whole duty of man is to “fear God and keep his commandments” (Ecclesiastes 12:13).

Therefore, it is important to recognize the need to become like Jesus Christ and have His mind within us (Philippians 2:5). However, it must not stop there. Our belief and faith must be accompanied by actions.

This website is a rich source of different information that will exactly do that – to equip every follower of Jesus Christ the necessary encouragement, motivation, knowledge, and wisdom to know the way to eternal life.

To fully take advantage of this website, explore the different categories that conveniently group blogs and entries in Becoming Christians. Here are the categories:

  • How to Become Christians – this category explores the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, to exactly learn how to be Christians. It will teach us the biblical principles, wisdom, knowledge, and values to make us better equipped in following God and Jesus Christ.
  • Christian Self-Development – this category lists all the blogs about self-development. It is a helpful list that gives you ideas on how to ultimately make your life works and live it to the fullest.
  • Shocking Truths from the Bible – this category contains topics about the truths found in the Bible. It is shocking because the blogs under this category discuss the commonly taught doctrines and traditions that are not rooted in the pages of Word of God.
  • Meditations on Biblical Passages– this category is about specific Bible verses and its corresponding lessons. The blogs included in this category dig deeper into biblical passages and explains its significance.
  • Biblical Profiles – this category is about the biblical characters and personalities. The blogs under this category explore the different lessons we should learn from each person mentioned in the Bible.
  • Essential List Posts – this category gathers all the blog posts in a list post format. List post blogs are very useful and easy to read.
  • Interesting Random Contents – this category gives you a list of other blogs that don’t readily fall into the other categories. The topics within this category vary from world news to simply the personal experiences of the author.

Becoming Christians passionately aims to attain the goal of proclaiming the true and the same Gospel Jesus had preached when He walked on this earth. This morally dying and decaying world is desperate to hearing the Good News that was once delivered to the saints. Everyone must return to the fundamental truths embedded in this life’s handbook, the Bible.

If you are looking for answers to life’s difficult questions, then you came to the right place. In this website, we will try our best to respond to these questions by digging deeper into the ultimate source of truth and wisdom – the Bible.

Take time to read the articles posted here and do not miss the eBooks offered by this website. By buying our eBooks, you are also supporting our humble effort. You can even find more information and interesting topics discovered in the Biblical Truths.

Our ultimate goal in life is to be part of God’s coming Kingdom. We must not lose focus and do our best to bring us to that vision!

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15 thoughts on “Blogs

  1. Hi Joshua! It’s good to see another young person who stand up for God. It’s a breath of fresh air here on the internet. I’m sure you’re also aware of the growing numbers of unbelievers here on the internet. Seeing you here is an encouragement to me and to other believers as well, no matter what the denomination is. Keep up the good work. God bless!

    • Hi Ken! Thanks for your comment. More than ever, all Christians must be strong, faithful, and prayerful to face our spiritual battles. I hope through my posts and God’s help, we will all be inspired to truly stand for the truth. God bless you as well!

  2. Indeed, it is good to see young people making a stand to what they believe. Its only sad that some people opportunise the vulnerability of these young people to twist and give them corrupted doctrine.

    Now i know why you have that twisted doctrine. You belong to United Church of Christ.

    • It’s United Church of God (UCG). I’m not part of UCG anymore. However, I still hold most of their doctrines but just a few different beliefs. I know it is difficult to unlearn the traditional teachings of Christianity, which are way different from what the Apostles and Christ taught. If you look at first-century Christianity looks like, you would soon see how different Christianity today is.

      • Yes, christianity today is a huge different from the apostles. But the apostles are also different from the traditional Jews of their time. They do not observe their old teachings the reason why they were persecuted. A lot of changes has been made with the new covenant and that most of the Jews cannot accept and embrace.

      • I pray for God to pour blessings on you. Two people, same thought. New age Christianity looks more like a pagan religion. All these church traditions sicken me. John 17:3 “And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.” Trinity believers want us to trash the Bible and unite with paganism. Stand firm, fellow in Yehushuwa

  3. I read from the Fundamental Beliefs of UCG in their web site, they believe in one God (the Father), and one Lord (Jesus Christ). Does this mean that they do not accept that Jesus Christ is also God?

  4. Hi Josua.Please can you let me know all about the 17 Unbelievable Bible Secrets No One Has Ever Told You.
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  5. Hi Joshua
    I have a question on the subject of Trinity. Jesus Christ used the word ‘He’ for the Holy Spirit. He didn’t use the word ‘it’

    Can you please explain.

    14:16 And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever;14:17 Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you. John

    Romans 8
    26Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. 27And he that searcheth the hearts knoweth what is the mind of the Spirit, because he maketh intercession for the saints according to the will of God.

    The Holy Spirit talks to us as well.

    Acts 13:2 As they ministered to the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them. 3And when they had fasted and prayed, and laid their hands on them, they sent them away.

    God bless you

    • Hi Loretta,

      The use of he instead of it when referring to the HS was an error. Because the translators were influenced by the false trinity doctrine, they chose to use the word he.

      Regarding the speaking, the HS is the power of God. That’s why it is personified at times in the Bible. However, that doesn’t make it as a person.

      The Bible is clear. There’s only God the Father and the Son. First-century Christians never heard of the trinity doctrine. It was only in the 3rd century that this doctrine was formed.

      Obviously, we know who wants to be part of the God Family but he was cast down because of his rebellion.


  6. Unfortunately your theology on the Holy Spirit is incorrect. The Holy Spirit must be God and co-equal to God. Why else would would Jesus instruct us to baptise in the name (singular) of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit? It is a Triune name. A force is never given a name. Also a force is never grieved but a person can be (Eph 4:30). THere are numerous Scripture that speaks of the Holy Spirit behaving and feeling like a Person, not a force.

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