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A closer walk with our beloved friend.

By Far More Christian Than

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 There is no [distinction between] Greek and Jew, circumcised and uncircumcised, [nor between nations whether] barbarian or Scythian, [nor in status whether] slave or free, but Christ is all, and in all [so believers are equal in Christ, without distinction]. Colossians 3:11 The Holy Bible Amplified Version

 Do you notice the mention of the Scythian and wonder who they were?

Scythian the 8th century BC, they possibly raided Zhou China. At their peak, Scythians came to dominate the entire steppe zone,stretching from the Carpathian Mountains in the west to central China (Ordos culture).

When I was a teacher in China some Chinese Christians were sharing with me how Christianity came to China early in the first century A.D. When I looked up who they were on wikipedia.org it fits perfectly what my Christian sisters were informing of. It took me about three years to come to grips with what they were saying but searching the scriptures proved they were right.

I believe we in the west are arrogant in believing that Christianity is mostly a western religion.

When I studied Chinese Christianity and saw how they behaved they were by far more Christian than the majority of so called Christians in the west.

As well their Bible is different form the wests (for example the only apostle they have is Thomas because he was the only one of Christs disciples to travel there and they have the Book of Enoch in their Bible) and I found it more in line with true Christianity.

As well on the bus going to church the Chinese Christians and we excitedly shared with what Jehovah had done in our lives that week(The members from the west were very annoyed by it.They preferred to talk about pop music, the latest movies or TV shows or fashion- the material world- rather than Christ in their lives).

How many western Christians get excited to talk about what Jehovah has done in their lives?

On the way back we would discuss the sermon.

How many so called western Christians discuss the sermon after service?

Before church they would have prayer meetings and after church they would have Bible study classes.

How many churches have that every Sunday- indeed, how many even teach from the Bible any more?

Most of them have suffered a great deal by becoming Christians.

How many in the west are willing to suffer for Christ?

Do not tell me you are a Christian, show me. Joseph a son of Jehovah.

We in the west can learn so much of true worship from our Chinese Christian brothers and sister.

Prayer: Please Jehovah El Deah God of knowledge bless me with abundant knowledge of how to be a loving obedient child of Yours every day.Please ingrain it into every molecule of my being so as to glorify You. I humbly beseech Thee in the name of the all knowing Jesus Christ. Amen

May your house be filled with joy in the morning and sweet dreams at night. May it be a home where love has come to live. Joseph a son of Jehovah

Author: ropheka

After faithfully serving the Lord in China for ten years as a teacher I have been called home to care for my aged mother who has numerous disabilities. As well I regularly do volunteer work visiting seniors in a seniors home. I love being in nature. I say the closer we get to nature the more we see Jehovah. We are blessed in this area with many amazing, easy to ride bicycle trails on old railroad lines that takes us all over Southern Ontario.

7 thoughts on “By Far More Christian Than

  1. What a privilege you’ve had in fellowship! I’ve often wondered what Christianity is like on other areas of the world. I thank God it is not as it is here in the West everywhere. There are many sincere believers, here, no doubt. However, most of the forms of “Christianity” here seem so lacking to me–especially where fellowship is concerned.

    • I agree, especially your last comment.

      It seems as if nobody desires to discuss what Jehovah has done in their lives or through their lives in the past week or what communion He has with us during that time

  2. I just got water baptized last week but I have been in my Christian church for 4 years or so. We are an Asian country and we also talk about the preaching after and have fellowship for hours or so. Before the service we would talk about the preaching from the last week. It is nice to see that many other Christians do that too.

    I enjoyed your post a lot. Have a wonderful blessed day to you and thank you for reading my post I really appreciate it.

  3. Thank you for this eye opening post. I do believe that Western Christians have a lot to learn from the Christian faith from other cultures. I was blessed to spend some time with Christians from Russia, Korea, and Kenya when I went to school. Their faith was raw and alive in ways that mine was so contained. It was beautiful to have a slice of the Kingdom of God in our midst. Every tongue and tribe, right?!

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