I am the White part of the Pakistani Flag, The white represents the minorities, White represents the Dove, The dove is a symbol The Holy Spirit and Peace, White represents purity, White represents me- Pakistani Christian, Jesus Christ Is My Lord, said to me as a Christian "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age."
Christian practices are things Christian people do together over time to address fundamental human needs in the light of and in response to God's grace to all creation through Christ Jesus. When we live the practices of Christian faith, we join together with one another, with Jesus, and with the communion of saints across time and space in a way of life that resists death in all its forms - a way of life that is spilling over with the Life of God for creation, for our neighbors, and for ourselves.
• The sad news of recent events has weighed heavily on many people’s hearts. For Christians, it is a time—as anytime—to pray. For those more local to Lahore, Pakistan, it is an opportunity to love and help those people affected by this latest attack. Most of us are physically removed from the situation; but even being far away, we can pray, trust God, hope, and continue to be faithful to our local callings: work, family, church, and community. • In these situations, we need to remember two things: first, God works through people. If God is to help the people hurt in Pakistan, he will do so mainly through the people there who are able, willing, and ready to help. God will work through local authorities, families, friends, and the government both to aid the victims and find new ways to prevent such attacks. • Second, God answers the prayers of his people. Our praying—our actual word-speaking and request-making before God—is not a waste of time. Talking to God is a case in which talk is not cheap. God hears. God answers. God works. Prayer for others is an opportunity for God to work, even in our own lives. Through praying for people we have never known and may never know, God works in our hearts. God wants to move us to action to meet the needs in our local communities. • When we recognize that God works through people, we can begin to realize that maybe our best response to the tragic event that happened in Pakistan, after making our petitions to God, is to do our best to remain faithful to our local callings. We can trust that God uses our daily, ordinary work to help people.
Pakistan is situated between Afghanistan and India. It was formerly part of British controlled India but separated in 1947.Pakistanis a country which is rich in culture and religion. Islam is the major religion but along with it there are other minorities like Christians, Hindu, Sikh, Ahmadis, Chitrals, and Afghans etc. Christians are the largest minority community inPakistan. They constitute about 1.6%of thePakistan’s population.Christianity in Asia has its roots in the very inception of Christianity, which originated with Jesus Christ, and then spread through the missionary work of his apostles. Christianity first expanded in the Levant, taking roots in the major cities such as Jerusalem and Antioch. According to tradition, further eastward expansion occurred via the preaching of Saint Thomas the Apostle, who established Christianity in the Parthian Empire (Iran) and India.According to Eusebius’ record, the apostles Thomas and Bartholomew were assigned to Parthia (modern Iran) and India. By the time of the establishment of the Second Persian Empire (AD 226), there were bishops of the Church of the East in northwest India, Afghanistan and Baluchistan(including parts of Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan), with laymen and clergy alike engaging in missionary activityPakistan promises religious freedom for minorities in its Constitution but in practice minority religions are fiercely persecuted. Christian Aid supports indigenous missionaries in Pakistan who provide relief aid in the midst of disaster, distribute Christian literature and open up Christian schools to educate the poor all while living with the threat of persecution and violence. To establish reproducing, spiritually healthy churches by creating understanding of the Gospel, discipline believers, and by encouraging the church to reach out to its neighbors.
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Word of God
We believe the Bible to be the Word of God. It is quite the same to date as it was revealed. We all resort to it in every matter of our social, economical and spiritual life.
We believe in one true God who is Alpha and Omega and is present in three equal persons of one essence Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He was born of a virgin. He shed his blood as a substitutional sacrifice. He died for the redemption of Man. He was resurrected on the third day. Presented, he is exalted on the right hand of God, the Father.
We believe that Adam was the first man on the Earth. He was created in the image of God. He succumbed to the temptations of Satan faced an eternal downfall. This caused all the men totally depraved who need to be regenerated by the Holy Spirit for salvation
Salvation is the only outcome of grace through faith in the substitutionary atonement of Christ, his holy blood on the cross. This affects Man’s redemption from sin and reconciles him to God Almighty.
We believe that the Church (the body and the bride of Christ) consists of all those who are born by the spirit into Christ.
Return of Christ
We believe that the return of Jesus Christ is imminent, and will be both physical and spiritual.
We believe that God has commissioned the church to go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature, baptizing, teaching and making disciples from all nations