'Believer' in the Bible
And [Paul] went down to Derbe and also to Lystra. A disciple named Timothy was there, the son of a Jewish woman who was a believer [she had become convinced that Jesus is the Messiah and the Author of eternal salvation, and yielded obedience to Him]; but [Timothy's] father was a Greek.
As for the man who is a weak believer, welcome him [into your fellowship], but not to criticize his opinions or pass judgment on his scruples or perplex him with discussions.
What harmony can there be between Christ and Belial [the devil]? Or what has a believer in common with an unbeliever?
Remember me to every saint (every born-again believer) in Christ Jesus. The brethren (my associates) who are with me greet you.
Now we charge you, brethren, in the name and on the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ (the Messiah) that you withdraw and keep away from every brother (fellow believer) who is slack in the performance of duty and is disorderly, living as a shirker and not walking in accord with the traditions and instructions that you have received from us.
Not as a slave any longer but as [something] more than a slave, as a brother [Christian], especially dear to me but how much more to you, both in the flesh [as a servant] and in the Lord [as a fellow believer].
Whoever loves his brother [believer] abides (lives) in the Light, and in It or in him there is no occasion for stumbling or cause for error or sin.
By this it is made clear who take their nature from God and are His children and who take their nature from the devil and are his children: no one who does not practice righteousness [who does not conform to God's will in purpose, thought, and action] is of God; neither is anyone who does not love his brother (his fellow believer in Christ).
But if anyone has this world's goods (resources for sustaining life) and sees his brother and fellow believer in need, yet closes his heart of compassion against him, how can the love of God live and remain in him?
And this command (charge, order, injunction) we have from Him: that he who loves God shall love his brother [ believer] also.
If anyone sees his brother [believer] committing a sin that does not [lead to] death (the extinguishing of life), he will pray and [God] will give him life [yes, He will grant life to all those whose sin is not one leading to death]. There is a sin [that leads] to death; I do not say that one should pray for that.
- A Believers Body As A Temple
- Aliens, Believers Duty
- All Believers Are Saints
- Angels Activities Among Believers
- Angels Activities Among Unbelievers
- Angels, Ministry To Believers
- Angels, Ministry To Unbelievers
- Apostate Believers
- Beating Believers
- Believers As Sons Of God
- Believers Judging
- Believers Reigning Forever
- Brothers Love
- Christ's Knowledge Of Believers
- Criticism, against believers
- Criticism, amongst believers
- Death, Of Believers
- Death, Of Unbelievers
- Edification, Of Believers
- Example Of Believers
- Fellowship, Among Believers
- Friendship Among Believers
- Greed, Believers' Response To
- Holiness, Believers' Growth In
- Hope For Unbelievers
- Hope Regarding Believers
- Iniquity, Believer's Relation To
- Justice, In Believers' Lives
- Love, For One Another
- Marriages, Believers With Unbelievers
- Martyrdom, Believers Attitude Towards
- Paths Of Believers
- Peace, Believers Experience Of
- Reconciliation, Between Believers
- Resurrection, Of Believers
- Riches, Believers Attitudes
- Righteousness, Of Believers
- Servanthood, In Life Of Believers
- Sibling Love
- Spiritual Blindness, In Unbelievers
- Suffering, Of Believers
- Unity Among Believers
- Watchfulness, Of Believers
- Weapons Of The Believer
- Welcoming Believers
- Divorce, amongst believers
- Enemies, of believers
- Evil, believers' responses to