The Christ's Spirituality Incarnation is when Christians become humans

Our Spir­i­tu­al­ity

Our Spir­i­tu­al­ity is Incarnation.

The incar­na­tion of Christ’s spir­i­tu­al­ity by the Chris­tians is how they become authen­ti­cally human, be fac­ing the ugi­ness in our­selves and let­ting Christ trans­form us into His image.

Get­ting a true look at our­selves can be painful but is well worth it.

Because only in so doing can we learn to accept our weak­nesses and strengths, over­come and see the beauty in our­selves and oth­ers, and develop heart­felt rela­tion­ships with God and oth­ers, thereby becom­ing the light of Christ in a sin-darkened world.

We live out our faith because “faith with­out works is empty”(Jm 2:20,26) Only then we can say with St. Paul. “It is no longer / who live, but Christ who lives in me” (Gal. 2:20)

Authen­tic Humanity

Jesus taught by word and deed the neces­sity of dying to our old selves (Lk. 22:42,2 Tim 2:11,12) and coop­er­at­ing with God’s grace (1Per 1:13–16, Rom. 11:22) to daily reject the dis­or­dered impulses inher­ited from the first Adam and “put on the new nature” (Eph. 4:15,24) in Christ.

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