The HospitalšŸ„

Differences in personality is most often a fundamental social problem. In the church, it is the catalytic factor that propagates gossip, lies and confusion within the congregation.
Most Christians have neither grown nor matured in communion and Love. The foundation of Christianity is love and truth so if our Father in Heaven has the whole world in his hands then, the founding principle of all things in this world is love and truth. The believer is to love one another as themselves and to be true to who they are, one another and deeds. Truth itself is found in love hence, to be love is to be true. Therefore, the personality of a Christian or Believer differs much from that of a non-believer. Worldly emotions and feelings are not subject to a believer. Only the feeling of love, truth, faith, power and grace defines a believer.This reveals the nature of Christianity; the need for diagnosis, repentance, baptism and devotion to God, and the persona of the church as the ultimate Hospital.
The hospital is the church of God; “the synagogue of faith.” The treatment is the Word, Authority and Power of God; “the Source of all Resource, the Way, Truth and Life, the Light of Life.” The specialist, doctors and physicians are the Bishops, Reverends, Pastors and other Ministers of the gospel.The other hospital staff and nurses are the leadership of the church; The elders of the church being the senior nurses and staff and the group’s leadership being the other nurses and staff. The roles of each position is so essential to the diagnosis, healthcare, welfare, treatment and recovery of a patient being the church members.

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Everybody at some crucial point in life will need helpšŸ„šŸ’

I’m Nab

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