Real Christianity

 gospel

Basic Christianity includes the whole Gospel and  these Absolute truths:

  • Man is not the center of the Universe, God alone is.
  • Man’s primary duty on earth is to worship, praise, and serve God
  • The Bible is Absolutely true even if many may interpret it still their own way
  • The Old Testament basically only applied to the Jews, while the New Testament – New Covenant  applies to all Believers, Christians
  • Jesus now also pre-existed as God before the foundation of the world
  • The Triune God is an Absolute reality even before the beginning of time 
  • Jesus was, is Absolutely God. Fully God and Fully Man.
  • Sin is real, all mankind has sinned and needs their personal, conditional Jesus salvation, includes both Jews and gentile as well
  • Jesus paid the penalty for all our past, present  sins, he died to on the cross to free us from all sin and to  give you  now an eternal life
  • God will Absolutely judge all personal wickedness upon one’s death
  •  It is appointed for all mankind to die once and after that judgment
  • God Absolutely loves us but he still cannot overlook our unrepentant sins
  • Each man, women, child is personally accountable, responsible alone before God
  • We are saved, healed, delivered,  set free, by God’s  mercy and grace alone, basically by no merit or spirituality of our own
  • The devil and evil sprits are also now still real as well,  whom we must continually resist by  faith
  • Hell is real and Absolutely will befall those who do not have the faith and a confession of Christ or any of those who reject it
  • God is Absolutely sovereign, in full control in of all things on earth now too, even in spite of the fact the devil may claim otherwise
  • Jesus’ physical body was raised from the grave, and next so will ours. We will have our body in Heaven.
  • God equips us, empowers us by the Holy Spirit to be able to fully life the godly Christian life
  • God still speaks to all of his own even by a clear distinct voice
  • The same Jesus yesterday, today and forever also had a ministry of healing, and deliverance and healed all that were sick or in bondage by the devil
  • God’s ministry for us personally includes helping the poor and needy persons, even in our local churches
  • Physical prosperity is not God’s essential, basic will for us all now too
  • God continues to  assign  today Elders: Apostles, Prophets, Pastors- teachers, miracles workers -healing  evangelists
  • The gift of tongues are part of God’s ongoing gift to the whole body of Christ even today
  • Jesus Christ is absolutely going to return next to the Earth one day to take his own to Heaven
  • Israel’s right, promise to their promised land is an Old Testament, not a New Testament promise.
  • Tithing also is an Old Testament demand , not a New Testament one.
  • God is creating next a new Heaven and a new Earth
  • The just still shall live continually by faith in God, not rather in self or man, to meet all of his or her needs.

do see also

http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/11/25/the-essential-political-relgious-christian-truths/

http://pbulow.tripod.com/  

 
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The Computer basics

 

Good Tips on Keeping that New PC Clean and Pure, Safe, working… 
” Here is what you need to do before you do anything else.
First check your actual ISP speed http://www.acanac.ca/speedtest/
 

1: CHECK YOUR FIREWALL SETTINGS Do this before you even connect your computer to the Internet. Firewalls prevent certain unwanted traffic from reaching your computer, including worms that spread through network connections. New laptops and desktops with Windows Vista (and, come Oct. 22, the next version of the operating system, Windows 7) and netbooks using Windows XP SP2 or higher have a firewall that is built in and turned on by default. You can make sure all is well by going to the Windows Security Center, clicking Start, then Control Panel, then Security Center and Windows Firewall.

2: CONTINUALLY  UPDATE YOUR SOFTWARE Even though you have a new machine, chances are that security fixes have been issued since the manufacturer loaded the software, so you will want to download those as soon as you get online.

Your new PC may prompt you to check for updates from Microsoft, but, if not, open Windows Update by clicking the Start button, then All Programs and then Windows Update. On the left pane, click “check for updates.” (For more information about Windows Security, see microsoft.com/protect.)

3: ADD SECURITY SOFTWARE Firewalls won’t help fend off viruses or Trojan horses that can come through e-mail messages, Web sites and pop-up ads. Given the frightening number of malicious programs that aim for Windows PCs, owners of these machines really need to use some security software. There are several free antivirus programs, like AVG 8.5 Free, Avast Antivirus and the forthcoming Microsoft Security Essentials, so even penniless students have no excuse to go without. Note that Vista comes with Windows Defender, which blocks spyware and pop-up ads, and that program can be downloaded free by Windows XP SP2 machines.

Since a lot of malicious programs now come through Web sites, you will also want to use one of the many free tools available to help you avoid malicious sites. Microsoft’s newest browser, Internet Explorer 8, will warn you if you try to visit sites it deems unsafe, deceptive or carriers of a common Web attack type called “cross-site scripting” attacks. Other browsers, including Chrome, Firefox and Safari, also warn users about potentially unsafe sites, using a blacklist kept by Google. There is also McAfee’s SiteAdvisor, a free add-on for the Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers (the latter works on both Windows and Mac), that shows site reputation information within search results pages, including warnings about potentially dangerous sites.

4: AUTOMATIC UPDATES everything, download Secunia PSI, a free tool that will help you make sure that all the programs on your PC get security patches.

5 BE CAREFUL Speaking of that, always be careful about which software you install from the Internet, OR FROM OTHERS, whether you have a PC or a Mac. These programs can contain vulnerabilities, and pirated programs and random add-ons may be outright malicious. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/03/technology/personaltech/03basics.html?_r=1&em

6: BACK UP YOUR HARD DRIVE. External hard drives are cheap these days, about 100 dollars, so back up all, all of your computer on an external flash drive periodically… admit it or not, the chance of getting at least one had drive crash is a definite possibility for whatever reasons now too, and you will be glad you had your computer backed up.

Do see

Windows Computers – Backup  http://wittnessed.wordpress.com/2009/01/19/windows-computers-backup/ 

http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/04/09/the-average-illiterate-computer-users-are-taking-a-great-risk/

https://witnessed.wordpress.com/2009/01/12/dealing-with-viruses-trojan-agents/

https://witnessed.wordpress.com/2008/11/10/trouble-shooting-my-windows-computer/

http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/11/03/dealing-effectively-with-computer-viruses/

http://mccainvrsobama.wordpress.com/2009/05/08/troubleshooting-computer/