To answer that question, a person needs to determine what their definition of a spiritual person actually is? I personally would consider myself a spiritual person not because I attend church or am nice to others, but rather because I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior and follow to my best ability the teaching from God’s word, the Bible.
I would try to define in my own word what a spiritual person is by their fruit in their life. In other words not necessarily what they say, but rather by they conduct their lives.
For example, many people call themselves athletes, but right there it is very obvious that some people work out each and every day, while others only work out once a week they both might work out yet the fruit they bear will not be equal. I am not saying a person needs to work their way into heaven, but I am saying to define what a spiritual person is difficult to say.
A Christian like myself is not sinless, but a Christian like myself ought to sinless because of our faith in God, and because he died on the cross for our sins which would have kept us out of heaven for eternity. I believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God. Plus the fact that what is written in the Bible make common sense. ~ Bill Greguska
The Spiritual Evidence in Our life is a Transformed Life!
Four Possible Reactions to a Spiritual Experience!
- A heart that is hard does not receive the word and then the Satan can easily steal it.
- A heart that is shallow receives the word with much joy, and it begins to grow, but when persecution comes it withers away because it does not have deep roots in a person’s heart.
- A heart that has other priorities receives the word, but it is choked out by the cares and distractions of this sinful world.
- A kind and humble heart receives the word and holds on to it, and because of that, it produces much spiritual fruit through perseverance and obedience to God.
What Type of Spiritual Person Are You?
What Then is The Problem if Jesus Saves?
The problem is that sin keeps us from God. The Bible declares that every human being who has ever lived has sinned Ecclesiastes 7:20; Romans 3:23. That is why because of God’s great love for us, he gave Jesus to us to die for us on the cross to eliminate the sin and allow us to live with God in eternity.