Views on Religion

I am a Roman Catholic but recently I’ve been attending the service in Victory Christian Fellowship in Lipa or in Malate.  VCF is a member of Every Nation’s Church.  I like the way the pastors teach us of the Word of God.

Religion is vague.  And I like it that way.  I like that I can attend the VCF church without them forcing me to convert.  Right now, I don’t know if I should convert.  All I know is I LOVE LISTENING TO THE WORD OF GOD.  I still have a lot to learn and I’m glad God is helping me understand what I should know.

I won’t go and criticize different religions.  I just want a personal relationship with the Lord our God.  The Roman Catholic priests have a lot of good points and so are other leaders of the different churches.  One time, my cousin had a dream.  This dream occurred during the time that she was confused and was searching for God.  In that dream, she saw this man with a white light all around Him, His face was peaceful and kind–genttle.  My cousin thought it was God.  And so she asked Him what is the best religion, and He answered her, “Whatever as long as I am your God”.

I guess that’s it.  We should follow the 2 Greatest Commandments of God which are:

1.  To love God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.

2.  To love others as yourself.

On the topic of being saved, well I know how to be saved and it is through Lord Jesus Christ.  But that is my belief.  If you want to know more about Him, I am here and you can ask me. 🙂


8 thoughts on “Views on Religion

  1. Wow, jas! Happy to know that you’re comfortable with vcf. 🙂 I love that church kasi sobrang naeencourage ako na i-pursue ang relationship ko with the Lord. And yes, alang pilitan. My sister has been attending since last year pero walang nangppressure to convert. They respect that naman. 🙂

      • If you want, you can sign up with a small group if you have time to spare. It really helps to surround yourself with people with the same longing for God. Nakatulong sha sa kin sa mga times na discouraged ako. It will keep the fire burning too. 🙂

  2. “I won’t go and criticize different religions. I just want a personal relationship with the Lord our God.” I am just like you…and as long as we are good and live our lives filled with faith, hope, charity and LOVE for one another as God would want us to, that’s the most important.

  3. glad to hear you did get to attend the services na in Lipa, and you found another center sa Malate. natuloy ka na din ba sa small group? 🙂

  4. Technically, there should be no differences between “religions”. As Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 1:12-13: Each of you says, “I belong to Paul,” or “I belong to Apollos,” or “I belong to Cephas,” or “I belong to Christ.” Has Christ been divided? Was Paul crucified for you? Or were you baptized in the name of Paul?

    Yes, there should be only one Christ.

    I believe we should all follow Christ, however, I often find, people mold Christ into their own image. Notwithstanding that, I always advise people to follow the “Truth”

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