My Beliefs As A Christian And Reflection On The Sacraments Essay

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iii. My Beliefs as a Christian and Reflection on the Sacraments:
I believe that God has revealed God’s self to humans in three person of trinity – The father, Son and the Holy Spirit. Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and my personal Lord and Savior. I believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God. I believe Jesus died on the cross and rose again in three days to live and reign forever. I believe God’s love for us is immeasurable.
Baptism is the initiating sacrament that welcomes an individual into the Body of Christ, while the Holy Communion continues to sustain the Body. These outward signs of inward grace help us to live out our relationship with God, follow Christ and live in covenant with the Body of Christ for the benefit, transformation and healing of the world. I believe that God has created me and other humans in God’s own image. As a redeemed believer and follower of Christ, the Holy Spirit has been at work throughout my life, sanctifying and enabling me to live into the person God has created me to be. I am living out my baptism with my love for God and my neighbor and am called to love and nurture those who are around me without any judgements. I see people feel hurt, struggle and feel lonely due to lack of love and care in their lives. I have had a couple of opportunities to witness children being baptized and their parents professing their belief that their child belongs to God and God loves them. The baptismal water is a sign of initiation into
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