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There is no physical mark or label that professed Christians carry. So anyone can claim to be a Christian. No laboratory can test the quality and genuineness of what people profess to be. There are people who are genuine Christians but the devil has been whispering into their ears that they are not good enough. The enemy brings all their past evil deeds to their memories and causes them to believe that they cannot be Christians. The enemy would tell them that God is too holy to accept them, their sins are unforgivable, and based on their past, they cannot be “children of God.” The enemy has also deceived some people to believe that they can live anyhow they want, and that the physical life they live cannot affect their spiritual life. For people not to be deceived and have assurance of salvation there is the need for self-examination. Examine yourself to see if you are in the faith, test yourselves.” To the Christian, self-examination should be a daily routine.


The Author
Jonah Ghartey is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God USA. Jonah had his ministerial training at Mid-Ghana Bible College in Kumasi, Ghana; and served as Associate Pastor at Odorkor Official Town Assemblies of God, before moving to the United States in 2000.


In 2004, the Lord led him and his wife, Linda, to start All Nations Church of the Assemblies of God in Austin, Texas. He is the Senior Pastor of the church and also serves as the Vice President of the Ghanaian Assemblies of God Fellowship, USA – a wing of the Ethnic Fellowships of the General Council of the Assemblies of God USA. God has blessed Jonah and Linda with two beautiful daughters, Naana and Araba. Jonah and Linda Ghartey live in Round Rock, Texas.







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Jonah Ghartey
Jonah Ghartey is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God USA.  Jonah had his ministerial training at Mid-Ghana Bible College in Kumasi, Ghana; and served as Associate Pastor More...