people answer this question in their own way:
matter how it’s worded, however, there must be at least three
qualities inherent within each Christian.
Realize the need of our Savior.
Follow our Savior.
Daily put to death the fleshly man like our Savior.
It Means We Need Christ, Our Savior.
very root (beginning) of being a Christian is Christ Himself.
Basically, what this means is that we need a Savior (Heb:
Messiah; Gr: Christ).
From the beginning God revealed man’s need for a Messiah.
Those who believe Jesus to be the Christ are promised
God’s salvation. Jn.
Jesus did not proclaim Himself a Savior in the world, but the
Savior of the world.
He referred only to Himself as the Way, the Truth, and the
Many Samaritans listen to and believed in Jesus as the
Savior of the world. Jn.
Peter was emphatic as to who Jesus was: the Christ. Lk.
It Means We Need to Follow Christ, Our Savior.
Following Christ’s resurrection many of His
disciples boldly followed in His footsteps.
Likewise, we must boldly proclaim Jesus as THE Christ.
We must live as He did, righteous before God. Phil.
2:1-8; Matt. 22:37-39
It is this combination: proclaiming the message of
Christ and living like Him that eventually distinguished (and
stigmatized) Christians from Jews. Acts
being a Christian means we will take up our proverbial crosses and
“die” like our Lord.
This death starts out when those who believe in Jesus as
the Christ die with Him in baptism. Rom.
Our daily walk manifests a life “in the Lord” where
upon we put the man of sin to death and give up our lives to our
heavenly Father. Lk.
9:22-25; Rom. 12:1-2
you’re not a Christian understand: Rom.
You need a Savior and His name is Jesus – who is the
He calls you to His side and to follow Him.
Unless you repent you will die in your sins.
For those who are Christians, remember what it means to
to God in the church by Christ Jesus
Church of Christ