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Hristiyan Ahlakı
Woman with Bible

THE FOUNDATION

FOR CHRISTIAN MORALS

We believe in One God, who is omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, and holy. He is the light and in Him there is no darkness. Therefore, evil does not come from God. Those who have believed in Jesus Christ and declared themselves to be Christians follow the kingdom of God and his righteousness. His righteousness has been declared to us in His Word: His will is that we reflect His righteousness and His virtues like a light to our surroundings. Furthermore, all who believe in Christ, i.e. Christians, have been called from their former darkness and become New Creatures; this sanctification and forgiveness of ours sins has occured through the blood shed on the cross by God's only Son Jesus Christ.

Christians have been made Holy not through their own deeds or good works, but by the unmerited and undeserved Grace of God. Jesus Christ is a leader and guide to all believers. Christians become more like Christ day by day with the help of the Holy Spirit which dwells within them. This change occurs as Christians look to their model Jesus Christ and receive the new nature gifted to them. The foundation for Christian morals is one simple question: ''If Jesus was in my shoes, what would He do?'' With their lives, Christians are called to reflect Jesus Christ to their surroundings. Holiness is a process which begins with believing in Jesus' life-saving work on the cross; this process of change continues throughout every day of a Christians life as they strive to be physical embodiments of Jesus' virtues. The process of Holiness develops and speeds up the further a Christian realizes the new nature they have received. All the while, the Holy Spirit is a source of strength for change.

The Role of the Holy Bible

The Holy Bible is a guide and light. The character and nature of the Jesus, who Christians strive to represent, is intricately described and seen in the Bible. Jesus Christ is the perfect example and role model of Christian morals. The most important aspect of a Christian's life is becoming more like their Savior Jesus Christ day by day; there is not a more important purpose or life-goal.

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