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The Universal Life Church Calls Christians to Follow Jesus Christ Faithfully


Boca Raton, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/19/2014 -- The Universal Life Church encourages Christians to study the Holy Scripture and to follow faithfully the example that Jesus Christ has left to them. Since the religious life is connected with taking the daily decisions and choosing between good and bad, the Church believes that only those who fully rely on God will have the power to withstand the evil.

People have natural inclination to satisfy their selfish emotions and wishes, but Jesus, the Savior from sins and death, has left His followers another example of selfless life. The Universal Life Church calls believers, who think of themselves as Christians, to start to read and study daily their Bibles, especially the New Testaments, where the life of Jesus is described in details.

Only by getting acquainted with Jesus, their connection with God will become warmer and closer like never before and they will be able to throw back all their sinful desires, which they had no power to deal with before. Following Jesus Christ means changing the way of life and the character. This will happen naturally as a result of close relationships with God.

The Savior of the world has come and given His life to make people free from sins. He has shown His disciples what the real religion is. Those, who would like to follow His example, should dedicate their life to God and start serving the people around them, while spreading them the Good News of the coming of God’s Kingdom. The Bible says in Romans 13:14: “But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to fulfill its lusts.”

People, who would like to become faithful followers of Jesus Christ and follow His example, may visit http://www.ulcnetwork.com/.

About The Universal Life Church
The Universal Life Church helps Christians to find their mission in the great work for other people’s salvation. The Church calls ministers, who feel this vocation, to join it and become successful workers in the God’s field.