Why I might Change my ‘Religion’

Jesus, on behalf of His Father, did not come to restore religion to those that are the children of God. He came to reconnect us to the Father, that beautiful connection we would have inherited from the times in the Garden…

But when He did com, He kept TORAH.

Not Judaism.

Not Christianity.

Not even Catholicism.

But the laws, commands, and words that His Father gave to Moses for His chosen people. Yet every religion on earth seems to have a mixture of traditions of men. And why should I follow something God does not want us to follow?

He said follow Him.

Not man.

Not preacher.

Not even family.

But HIM.

Christianity is evolving. And what it started out with my alarm many Christians. God changes not.Β  There are too many Christians accepting things not of God…

I no longer want to be part of something that is found to be fighting against the ways of God. I want to live to please Him, and not fit into a religion of man’s perspective on life.

Have you noticed the extreme and intense and overt assimilation into our Christian culture lately?

Christian Dancer or Dancer for Christ?

As a dancer, I’ve been considering who I am lately. To be a Christian says a lot of things, and some things I’ve discovered that I do not agree with. I will review those thing in full and in depth in another post. But one of the question I asked myself and I ask you, is, did God create us and this wonderful plan of salvation, just to give us….Religion?

Christianity is lovely. It was really birthed from a branch of the Catholic Church ( did you know that? ). But many Christians differ on what the Bible really means. And many of its traditions have not come from the Word of God. That is why it doesn’t sit well with me 100%.

Reason with me. Examine God’s Word and see if what I say be true or false.

I question things. I question things a lot. And I have a few questions now.

I am to be a dancer of religion? The christian religion? Or am I to dance for the One whose teachings now have got men so opinionated over, that they create countless factions, denominations, and kinds, within one religion?

Who employs me, Christianity or God? I cannot dance for anything but the supreme One who called me. Christianity didn’t call me. Jesus did. And He said follow Him.

I want to Dance for Christ.

I want to Dance for my King.

I want to Dance for God.

Not religion, not Christianity, and not for traditions of men. I will follow my Lord & King and nothing else.

What about you?