I am happy that you have shown such an interest in learning God's word that you have opened this page. I am sure you will find things to help you here.
Over a number of years I have written short articles which the church of Christ in Eshowe have printed and distributed. They are on important themes--salvation, baptism, the church, the Sabbath, etc. The following are now on this web page.
This simple truth is denied by most Protestants, and is misunderstood by Roman Catholics. You must read this tract and consider the verses found in it. Your salvation may depend on it.
This tract examines the Greek dictionaries and Bible verses to answer authoritatively the question of what the action of baptism is.
The Christian's attitude toward all men is one of love, so my desire for Jehovah's Witnesses is only the best. I pray for them salvation, the forgiveness of sins, the hope of heaven. On the other hand, the Christian's attitude toward false doctrine is one of implacable hatred. David wrote, 'From Thy precepts I get understanding Therefore I hate every false way.' (Psalm 119:104) And Paul wrote, 'If any man is preaching to you a gospel contrary to that which you received, let him be accursed.'
Many denominations 'baptise' babies. Yet many religious teachers reject the baptism of infants, saying that the practice comes from man, not from God. Read this tract to find the Bible answer.
This tract tells very briefly what the church of the Bible was, and how we can be that church today. Please read it.
This tract has the information you need to clear up any misunderstanding about the Sabbath. Here you will find the Old Testament law concerning the Sabbath, and the New Testament scriptures which show the Sabbath has been done away. You will also find that the first day of the week is the day on which Christians are to meet to eat the Lord's Supper.
There are four things which you must do before you can be baptised with the baptism of Jesus, but they are not the things most denominations require. Read this tract to find out what you must do to be prepared for baptism.
Explains why one would chose to just be a Christian instead of joining a denomination.