Acts 11:26 Are You A Christian?


Acts 11:26

And when he had found him, he brought him to Antioch. And for an entire year they met with the church and taught considerable numbers; and the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch.

The Word Christian first appears in the Holy Bible, in the book of Acts 11:26. Many people who call themselves by this word don’t know that when it was first used, it was speaking from what the world calls bullies. You probably know the word ‘Bastard’ is unpleasant to hear & the definition of bastard, is a person born of unmarried parents; an illegitimate child , the slang for bastard means a vicious, despicable or disliked person, especially a man . This word was invented as an insult & still is. The word ‘Christian’ comes from the Greek word ‘Christianos, meaning “little stupid Christ” but what they meant to say ‘ little stupid Bastard’ cause the world refuse to believe Jesus was born of a virgin, without a human father & refused to believe the Jesus walked out His tomb after being executed by the powerful Roman Empire. So according to the knowledge & intelligence of man, anyone who follows the teachings of Jesus is little, despicable & a bastard & the insult Christian was spoken to them..As the gospel grew, the word ‘Christian’ grew also. As the people recognize the bullies act of hate & insults, more & more people became ‘ Little stupid Christ’ The Jesus followers proudly began to embrace the word, that began as an insult. One day the Father God will send His Son to take His Christians & the bullies know who the true illegitimate children are when they see the Devi who they made their father, never really loved them . And truly bullies are usually full of low self esteem & receiving some kind of abuse from somewhere. . I am personally glad to call myself a Christian & be seen stupid to the wisdom & intelligence of world ,how about you. Amen . God bless you all Christians. Sam H.

1 Peter 4:16 but if anyone suffers as a Christian, he is not to be ashamed, but is to glorify God in this name.

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