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Glorify God

“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:31

MUSIC

When you listen to music that isn’t of the Lord, you disobey God’s Word! When you listen to worldly music, you are not glorifying God, which disobeys this one little scripture
FOOD AND DRINK

When you eat things that the Lord instructs you not to eat or when you drink things and become intoxicated or drink what is bad, you disobey scripture
FASTING

When you fast, remember to pray, or you’re just not eating! Prayer strengthens your relationship with God, and that is the point of Fasting! It won’t go unnoticed!
CONVERSATIONS

When you’re talking to someone, you need to be glorifying God in your convo…. By this means, follow his standards (don’t use bad language or talk about things of the devil, etc.)
READING

Don’t read what is of the devil! Read the word of God or a book that outlines the word of God, such Ada doctrinal book…. 
SLEEPING

While sleeping, you can’t control your actions because you are unconscious… So, while you’re awake do what’s righteous so that subconsciously, you glorify God, which means that you glorify Him in your sleep! Pray that God will come into your dreams and give you instructions! Use His gifts
PRAYING

Most importantly, HAVE A DAILY PRAYER LIFE! Pray to glorify God! Don’t just pray when you want something; pray when everything is good… Thank God for his mercy! Give Him praise!!
MULTIPLYING

Yes; I am discussing this topic for more mature people! The Bible says to be fruitful and multiply! Don’t do this to fulfill lust, but to fulfill what God wants; do this in order to conceive and multiply; Glorify God 😉😉
IF YOU CAN’T GLORIFY GOD WHILE PERFORMING A SPECIFIC ACTION, DO NOT PERFORM THAT ACTION; YOU ARE DISOBEYING THE WORD OF GOD 

_________________________I decided to post this because I wrote this on Facebook, and I posted it on my persoal Instagram! It’s ONE Scriptural citation with a lot of meaning! I still haven’t updated the blog like I’ve wanted to, but I’ll get to it! I plan to post my study about baptism with the Holy Ghost, and I plan to post about the Mississippi District UPCI Camp Meeting! It was awesome! Anyway, sorry for not updating and being so behind! I have Band Camp this week and next week; school starts back in 2 weeks from this Wednesday… Sophomore year will be awesome!! Give all glory to God! God bless everyone out there!

UPDATE

Hey y’all! Thought I’d give y’all an update although I haven’t had a chance to post my study (it’s so long, and I need my computer to post it; I’m on my phone doing this!). I was baptized in Father’s Day in Jesus Name; I spoke in Tongues, and my parents were actually praying… My mom, I think, is starting to try to get back in church, but I’m not too sure about my dad! My family has had its issues like any other family, but we are pulling through! I’m getting to go to the UPCI Camp Meeting with my aunt and uncle in Jackson in about2 weeks, can’t wait for that!! I have been working on a Bible Study that I plan to post later! I have been doing Bible Studies with my friend, Marlaina, a lot lately….! I hope I can make a change in her life…. I’ve also been talking to another friend of mind (a backslider); I hope I can help her out as well! The Holy Spirit has been using me for incredible things lately! Super excited for what God is gonna do with next! That’s about all for this post; see y’all later! Feel free to leave comments… Hope you enjoy!

New study

Hey everyone! I am currently working on a Bible Study that is taking up a lot of my time! When I am finished, I plan to make in into a series of posts here on That Apostolic Life! It’s about Spirituality and Spiritual gifts… It’s all about the Apostles, the Apostles Doctrine, Pentecost, Tongues, the Holy Spirit, etc. I really look forward to feedback on myBible Study! Thank y’all for being so patient! I hope to have it posted within the next 2 weeks  (at least part 1). Thanks, Hibley, Curtis Austin

Why I Made the Decision to be Apostolic Pentecostal

It is somewhat difficult in this day and age as an Apostolic Pentecostal. This is mostly because the modern world is so different than it should be, and the amount of temptation has greatly increased. I am a teenager, so I would definitely consider it difficult for me to turn down the temptation; I have many things going on, and saying no to temptation is hard. However, I chose to be Apostolic Pentecostal. I was not raised in the Apostolic Pentecostal church; I wasn’t raised following standards of the UPCI; I wasn’t raised believing like a Pentecostal, but I chose to be Apostolic at the age of 12. No person on this Earth made that decision for me; I made that decision for myself. When I was 12 years of age, my mom and I started going to a Pentecostal church. At this time, I was very ignorant of my own beliefs; I grew up Baptist, and I have been out of church for 3 years before going back to church and I am going to a Pentecostal church; what do I believe? I began asking questions about what Pentecostals believe, and my journey began.

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How Strict is the UPCI? A Pentecostal’s Perspective

The United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI) is one of the most common congregations among the Pentecostal denomination. The UPCI does have a few set standards, but, as a Pentecostal, I do not find the UPCI very strict at all.

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No Sin is Greater Than Any Other: Or Are They?

Okay! We all know that famous phrase when it comes to Christianity and sin: NO SIN IS GREATER THAN ANY OTHER! I want to discuss this phrase and explain how it isn’t exactly 100% accurate! 

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My Journey: How I became Apostolic Pentecostal!!

Being a Pentecostal teenager in this day and age is very different, but it is also very enjoyable! Hi! My name is Curtis Austin Hibley, and I am Apostolic Pentecostal. I am 14 years of age, and I am proud of my identity as a Pentecostal. I am going to tell you my story of how I became Pentecostal, and I am going to tell you a little about my short journey so far as a Pentecostal.

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