About The Course
- Are you among those who profess to be a Christian but not yet confident that Christ's spirit dwells within you?
- Have you seen the biblical signs and undeniable evidence of his presence?
- How do you know that you are "saved"?
- Is your confidence grounded on a biblically aligned confirmation of the scriptures or emotions?
Take a few moments to discover if what you profess is factually based upon the New Testament scriptures (verifiable evidence), or a figment of your imagination. This is certainly not something you risk!
These are questions that should be undoubtedly answered by every professing Christian. Faith is not grounded upon emotions but upon Facts; the solid Biblical confirmation and assurance of the New Testament. The facts written within these pages of scripture defines the Christian, not modern society or emotions.
This course will examine the individual's within the scriptures who were strongly convinced that they were Jesus' disciples, but only to be horridly rejected by Christ in judgment (Matthew 7).
This should spark an urgent inquiry in the hearts of every professing Christian, and an eerie warning not to be overconfident in one's standing unless it is confirmed by the facts/evidence noted within the New Testament scriptures.
Join Professor Six in this online course, as she carefully observes the biblical confirmations that enables the Christian to be confidently aware of their true relationship with Jesus before it's too late.
In this online course, Professor Meeka Six explores three major scriptural warning signs that are often overlooked by those who are professing to be Christians, and explains in plain language how these warning signs, if ignored, will jeopardize their relationship with Christ.
Many profess to be Christians but have not genuinely had a spiritual experience with Christ as demonstrated in the scriptures, nor have they understood his true message in accordance with the original Hebrew and Greek texts. There are direct scripture references that identify those who do not truly possess the spirit of Christ and Prof. Six examines three of them throughout this course.