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What Celestial Churches Have In Common With Apostle Paul And John, The Baptist.

No church deserved to be judged based on its doctrine. As Christians, we are not allowed to judge others. Only God has the right and authority to condemn anyone. Jesus didn’t even condemn a woman who committed adultery. Christians of our generation would do unimaginable things to her if it were to have happened in our time. 

How can a sinner call another person a sinner? What an irony! Everyone has a good side, no matter who they are. The only story people tell about Judas Iscariot is how he sold his masters. No one talks about his good service to the Lord Jesus. He was his treasurer. He never for once thought about betraying his master until the devil entered him. 

Consequently, no church is better than the other. Christ should be the utmost priority and not religion.

In Celestial churches, they dressed in white apparels because they believe everyone will appear in it when we get to Heaven. Of course, everyone, including God, is dressed in white as recorded in Revelation.

 On the white garment, they tie girdles around their waist. Doing that makes them appear in the same manner as Apostle Paul and John, The Baptist. Confirm it below… 

"And when he was come unto us, he took Paul’s girdle, and bound his own hands and feet, and said, Thus saith the Holy Ghost, So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that owneth this 

girdle, and shall deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles."

Acts 21:11 Nkjv

" And the same John had his raiment of camel’s hair, and a leathern girdle about his loins; and his meat was locusts and wild honey"

Matthew 3:4 Nkjv

Both scriptures revealed the modes of dressing of Paul and John. They always put girdles around their waists. More so, just as the girdle of Paul and John were different — the later girdle was made of leather — so do Celestial members use different colors and designs to show off the rank of each person.

Certainly, the way we dress, as Christians, matters a lot to the non-Christians. Let other see Christ in us.

What do you think about putting on the same garment or different clothes to church? 

What’s your thought on the way Christians, of our generation, dress to church?

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Celestial Judas Paul The Baptist


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