"Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. For in Him (Jesus) dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. And ye are complete in Him, which is the head of all principality and power." Colossians 2:8-10
Have you ever wondered what would it take to be fully accepted by God, in your current condition, in need of no thing in order to stand before God?
Have you ever wondered if you are receiving the blessings of God?
Have you ever wondered if there is something you need to do, like (tithe or give to charity, or join a church, or teach Sunday School or feed the poor, help someone across the street or anything else that you need to do to be in God's good grace?
Have you ever wondered if you said the right thing when you were at the altar or wherever you were when you gave your life to Christ? Or is there something else you need to say to get right with God?
Have you ever wondered about the spiritual gifts of the Spirit and that maybe you are or are not operating in the right gift?
Have you ever wondered if you have to operate in a certain gift to be saved and move forward with your relationship with God?
Have you ever wondered if what you did in the past is really forgiven or is there one more thing you must do before God will take you back?
Have you ever wondered if you have the wrong theology about the end time (pre-trib, post-trib, no-trib) that you aren't accepted into the beloved?
Have you ever wondered if you were baptized by the right person or denomination or if you have never been baptized at all that if you were to die you would go to hell?
Have you ever wondered if you don't take communion at certain times that your salvation is in jeopardy?
Have you ever wondered if since you were married to an unbeliever that you cannot have a full relationship with God?
Have you ever wondered if since you have sinned since you were saved that you lost your salvation?
Have you ever wondered if since you haven't been baptized in the Spirit that your salvation is not complete?
You are complete in Christ.