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Submitted by Am Hanso (United States), Jun 8, 2015 at 15:22

You say "Christian" is a word derived from something created. Not according to Christ, who said he would prove He was ONE with God, God incarnate: God in flesh, to be proven through His resurrection. He then was crucified for blasphemy. Then rose again. Then presented Himself to MANY witnesses. He was NOT created, according to his own word and testimony. Christian is " follower of Christ, who is One with God. He said, No man comes to the Father but by ME" - so Christ followers like me follow Him. No other prophet of no other religion ever offered themselves as a LOVING SACRIFICE for the sins of the WHOLE WORLD then rose again to show HE conquered the power of death! He offers life and truth and is the only way. We show we are True Christians by our love for others ( not hate and killing and anger). Jesus commanded that we love others and that's how we show we love God! Never forget that HE LOVED US FIRST!

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