It is striking that there are a lot of people in the world who are opposed to those who worship Jehovah as their only true God. The vast majority of those anti-Jehovah people come from extreme right-wing groups and fundamentalist or very conservative Christian groups.
When we look in the Bible at the infallible Words of God, Who does not tell lies, we can find that the God of Christ Who should be also our God, is One Singular Spirit Being Who is greater than Jesus and any other human being, also having lots of attributes which surpass those of man.
We continue to look in the Word that is Pure, Flawless and Tested giving us a picture about the character of God. The Bible shows us that Only God can be our safest Refuge and Fortress during the storms of life. He is the Eternal One Who is willing to be there for us, to guide us, being our Compass and our Anchor.
Looking at what the Bible says about the God of gods Who is not a man, having no limits, being from begin to end unchangeable.
Some verses from the Bible to get to know the God of gods Who is an exclusive eternal Supreme Being Who is one (and not two or three) no man can see, and Who has a special or set apart (holy) Name, Jehovah.
Often a lot of people do not know to differentiate between Christendom, Christianity, religiosity and even limit religiousness to Christians, forgetting that there are many other religious groups who have all sorts of worship.
Christianity is a love affair. Each person calling himself or herself a Christian should live a life of service to God and Jesus, by serving each other, putting the needs of others before our needs, showing to others the love Jesus gave us.
The upset of this site is to give a helping hand to find who is who in the bible and Who to follow and how to build up a life worthy of Jesus Christ.
Before calling a church or religious group a "cult" or "sect" one should seriously examine and clarify what one means with those qualifications.
Lots of times Christadelphians are called a cult group, but they are a religious group where no specific human being is venerated and no human beings worshipped like in other religious Christian groups which are not called cults, like the Catholic Church where people pray to 'saints' and worship in front of statues.