Both terms have been subject of confusion, even to faithful Christians and Catholics alike. But the differences of these two subjects are quite simple and understandable. It goes without doubt that all Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholics.
There will always be rough waves in life, but remember that God can be your Northern Star that guides your direction as you sail. No matter what challenges you may have to face, believe that He is always there, leading you to the righteous path. For the Word of God gives you comfort over fear, faith over despair, and joy over misery. And all you have to do is believe and to do your best whatever life throws at you.
Holy as it may be, the Bible is a subject of much debate, whether its inspiration is truly from the works of the Holy Spirit or only written by the hands of man.
Over the years, the Bible was spread and taught in every Christian teaching. The Holy Scripture states that “God breathed out all the scripture” (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Many believe that every single word is given from the Father to guide us in our darkest path.
Have you ever felt that you are one with the world? You become aware of your spiritual nature? And acknowledge that your existence is as fleeting as the wind? These questions carry truth that we may ignore even if they’re right into our faces.
Spiritual awareness is opening our inner soul into its true purpose and abilities. You begin to pay attention to the small details of life. And life has more meaning to you rather than just eat, work, and sleep.