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What we believe and teach: Good works

2 February 2016

What we believe and teach: Good works

holy-bibleWe Christians, being people who have repented and believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, must do worksworthy of repentance. These works are called good works and God prepared them beforehand that we should walk in them. Christ gave Himself for us that He might purify for Himself His own special people, zealous for good works. Faith without works is dead, just as the body without the spirit is dead. Good works must follow faith, through them we openly confirm our profession of faith, we honour the Gospel and cause people to glorify God for our obedience to the Gospel. God rewards us for every good work we do, because God is righteous.

We are called to do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith. We must remember the poor among the saints and visit orphans and widows in their trouble. Anyone who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins. (Giacinto Butindaro, from http://www.the-new-way.org/wwbat/index.html)

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