I am Stephen Baragwanath, a passionate Christian who loves Jesus wholeheartedly. I like sharing in the true nature of the Gospel, The Good News!
And that’s what you will find here – blogs and YouTube vlogs all about the Gospel and how to apply it to your daily life. My web page is called livechristcentered.com because; Jesus Christ should be at the centre of everything we as Christians do, from our day jobs, raising children, in our marriages, relationships with family and friends and the congregation of your church.
I study theology with the South African Theology Seminary and I am so enlightened and encouraged by my studies and fellow students.
My objective is to share and talk about Jesus Christ and the work He did for us as much possible. In so doing I can cultivate an intimate relationship with Him. Through this site, I want to empower you to seek an intimate relationship with Jesus ChrisChrist. My devotion to sharing the Gospel and to witness the power it holds for us sinners burns hot inside me. A faith-filled journey with Jesus Christ and a full Holy Spirit-led led life can transform you and your views of life and death.
I love you already and I haven’t even met you.
I will testify to you about Jesus Christ and share with you my journey and relationship with Him. We need Jesus for our spiritual, mental and physical well-being. The greatest relationship you can have is with Jesus. Christ. Jesus tells us in John 16: 32-33 that He is never alone, we are never alone for the Father is always with us. Jesus tells us in this same Scripture that in this world we will have trouble, but that we must have faith, take heart, for:
The truth of the Gospel
The Gospel is not a promise of a life filled with treasures, pleasures and no hardship. The Gospel is about finding peace in this troublesome world, a peace only Jesus can provide through His works and ultimate blood sacrifice for our sins. He sets you free from the bondage of sin.
His truthiness and living glory is the answer to humanity. Taste and see that the Lord is Good. He is the satisfaction of the soul’s deepest desire.
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