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Common differences between Christianity of today and that of the days of 1900’s

Unlike the days of the 1900’s, Christianity has experienced a change which seems to be irreversible unless God intervenes.

If only Christianity was like the days of the 1990’s where there was transparency and people were more devoted to the religion.

Difference between Christianity of the 1990’s days and the modern days.

  • Love for one another.

Think of this modern age Christianity where people no longer love themselves.
People don’t really care about their fellow neighbors, all they care about it themselves and their family which is very bad.
We are one family in Christ, so we should see ourselves as brothers and sisters.
For example if we notice that people around us are needy, we shouldn’t hesitate to help them.

The churches of the 1900’s cared more about their neighbors more than themselves because they see Christ in one another.

The more they care for themselves, it makes the bond between them strong.

  • False claims and prophecies.

People now automatically turn themselves to ministers of God with the aim of deceiving christians.

They would start performing fake miracles by planning with some set of people to form the miracle to that people can believe he can perform miracles.
Thus he starts extortion and begin to perform all sorts of sinful acts.

This has made christianity more difficult because people can not really differentiate real ministers of God from the fake ones.
Such acts was very scarce during the days of 1900’s because people really feared God and we’re afraid of doing any thing that would make God angry.

Sharing of gifts.

Unlike the days of 1900’s, Christians share gifts with one another because they believe that it is an act of Love.

Unlike christianity of today in which people no longer share gift.
Even people no longer receive gifts from other people because they have a false misconception that it might do harm to them.


I believe with several prayers to God,he would intervene and make Christianity more good than before.

Kehinde Pius

I'm Kehinde Pius, a missionary with a burning passion for the lost. I'm a Church planter, Digital ministry mentors coach, freelance write, and blogger. Pius with his wife reside in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria

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