I have been flirting with converting from baptist to lutheran. Can I get a little gui
I wasn't asleep at any church. The Lutheran one my wife went to just gave me more support than the baptist one I went to. I understand doctrine, and the baptist preachers that I have met sure seem to be more interested in their own vanity rather than preaching the bible.
first off convert to this: read below then become a true angel.
god is the sum of his parts thus god=7154=17=8=h thus it was said god is in heaven. so draw a body for the h and n in heaven and see its a funeral. the h is god and n is his grandfather with one arm. and god is burying his father. this is a true story.
the only way for this Lamb to be resurrected is to not really have been SLAIN or DIED so those words have come to mean something else to you but in reality they are what they say.
I read bible code also and squish these letters together
Larrib and what do they spell?
and how does a Lamb who was SLAIN or DIED rise up?
SL A I IV as in SiL A I IV (seal a I IIII cut)
DIED as in to DI (add a DI)
thus it means something different then what you were taught.
Thus a Larri with arm cuts that appear as"IIII I ."
and that answers Rev.19.12 as the Name written is IIII I . and eventually that was why god=DIO.
and as LORD OF LORDS AND KING OF KINGS he is living in CANADA thus its true that the U.S.A. is one nation under god.
and why is he also KING of ANGELS?
Abaddon= A b add on not a bad don.
and b=a DI stitched together.
but they rebel against HIM because its too unbelievable that long dead Jesus saw Me in the future.
I II III IIII....
a b c d....
coded to honour god the emperor.
why bcause EMPEROR is the sum of his parts thus add him up till he is represented by one number. 513165181518=45=9 thus coded into numbers EMPEROR=9 so numbers coded to honour god the emperor means
I II III IIII = A EMPEROR thus II III IIII is 9 as the EMPEROR so they describe the emperor as both his wrists. they one on the left shows a I III I pattern and the right is clear.
read the word EMPEROR with understanding the R has a hidden i written on top of it.
one theory of BIBLE and EMPEROR.
As coded to honour god.
and prove of god over time is Ceasar's calendar. search for the h and see a description of god who is h. its the same forward or reverse.
and why does don=6 and loser=6 because bible states all praise reserved for the LORD.
and b=a DI stitched together.
and that man is Me. one soul apeice because bible explains each living thing has a soul.
so to answer your question for Me heaven was a time and place where he a V (5 years old) and burying his father in winnipeg's brookside cemetary. and george really did have only I arm.
Visit a Baptist church, preferably a small one, maybe Southern Baptist, and they will give a call to who ever wants to get saved at the end of the service and you go up and talk to the pastor. I mentioned a small church so you could ask questions and get to know people easier. I wish you the best.
...whichever way you go.. the most important thing is your quiet contemplative, daily reading and prayer times with Him.. He's the only source of holiness.. peace.. joy.. etc.. And is why we have one commandment to ever love Him more and more, deeper and deeper.. I think churches close to the New Testament are what are the best.. and love, as the apostle John was always telling believers "little children love one another" - As far as switching, just go to the different church?
All RELIGIONS are FALSE. Get into REALITY (get Born-Again and Grow in Christ) then you will see that the names they put over there doors(on their buildings we call church) are really separating the Children of GOD who go there, from other Children of GOD who go to other buildings with names on them!!!!!!!!!
you don't ask easy questions do you? I would contact a Lutheran church and speak with the Pastor about your desire. Why are you thinking of converting? Lutheranism is one of, if not the oldest non catholic, christian religions. Martin Luther was a catholic priest that noticed the evils in Catholicism and broke away from the Church to start his own. Being Baptist you might find Lutheranism a little too subdued. Study the religion on the net and see what they stand for and ask yourself why you are thinking of converting. Whatever you decide, I wish you all the best. God Bless you in your search!
I went from Baptist to Lutheran at one point, I'm now agnostic. You will have to take some lessons, which are relatively painless, and get baptized. I don't know why you would want to do this, but on the whole, the Lutheran religion is one that doesn't get in your face all the time.
I'm a baptist, but the one thing i do have to say about the baptist is unfortunately we ain't very open about problems and sometimes baptist can't be excited about God. We need to be on fire for God. The only thing that truly matters is if you have trusted and asked God for forgiveness that's all that matters and of course that you strive to become better. Everything else comes with dedication and commitment to Christ.
Personally, I was raised in a Christian home. When I became an adult I began to question the things I'd been taught. I studied all the major religions, all the major denominations, and atheism. I was willing to embrace whatever I discovered to be the truth. For myself, I am a Christian today because of conviction...not because it was "expected" or force fed.
Again, personally, I believe that Lutheran doctrine is very true to scripture. While there are a couple minor things I hold differently, I am basically Lutheran in my beliefs. As other writers have said, the title of the denomination means nothing. We follow Christ, period. Whether Lutheran, Baptist, or whatever else...find a church where you can learn and grow in your faith.
The Lutheran denomination has some diverse groups within itself. These are the primary bodies:
WELS: Typically very conservative in belief and practice
Missouri: Typically moderate in belief and practice
ELCA: Typically liberal in belief and practice
Although I'm a fairly conservative guy, "Missouri synod" is what I would recommend. Usually, becoming a member simply entails attending a "Bible Information class" (or conference with the Pastor). If you agree with the primary doctrines of the Christian faith, and want to join the church, then you do so by profession of faith. Fairly simple...
I wish you well. If you have any additional questions feel free to contact me.