Many Non-christians Are Really Christians

On November 25, 1997... Mary, Mother of Christ, said:  "Dear children!   Today I invite you to comprehend your Christian vocation.   Little children, I led and am leading you through this time of grace, that you may become conscious of your Christian vocation.   Holy martyrs died witnessing:  I am a Christian and love God over everything.   Little children, today also I invite you to rejoice and be joyful Christians, responsible and conscious that God called you in a special way to be joyfully extended hands toward those who do not believe, and that through the example of your life, they may receive faith and love for God.   Therefore, pray, pray, pray that your heart may open and be sensitive for the Word of God.   Thank you for having responded to my call."

Christian = Christ-ian

Christ = He who suffered for the sake of Love of others

"ian" = of or belonging to, characteristic of

Therefore, Christian means: of Christ or belonging to Christ, being characteristic of Him.

Hence, all are Christian inasmuch as that they suffer for the sake of Love of others.  This Love is the selfless love of giving, charity.  We can be Christian at one moment, and not the next, so the goal is to be Christ-ian at every moment, every day.

ForLove ForLove
46-50, M
Mar 5, 2010