By Liu Fang Two thousand years ago, the Israelites desperately longed for the coming of the Messiah, but when the…
As Christians, none of us are strangers to trials. So what approach should we Christians take to the trials God sets for us? And when trials befall us, what is God’s will?
Why did the Lord Jesus appear and speak to Thomas the apostle, and allow him to touch His hands after resurrection? What should we learn from Thomas the apostle? Through reading the Bible, I got some enlightenment.
Bible story of Eli and his sons warns us: God’s righteousness does not allow the offense of man. Since we believe in God and serve God, we should always have a heart that reveres God.
Only if we accept God’s work of judgment in the last days can we thoroughly get rid of sin and finally return to the beautiful life in the Garden of Eden.
The Samaritan woman recognized the Lord Jesus was the coming Messiah. What enlightenment can her story bring us in welcoming the Lord?
The “all men” in “God wants all men to be saved” mainly refers to those who truly believe in God, who can recognize God’s voice, and who long for and seek the truth.
The two rich men in the Bible, Solomon and Job both possessed great wealth, but in the end they had completely different outcomes. Do you know the reason behind it?
God asked Noah to build an ark and preach the gospel to the world for 120 years. God hoped that they would repent and confess to Him, and accept His salvation.
When reading the Bible story of Zacchaeus, I was inspired: If we want to gain God’s salvation of the last days, we should proactively seek out and God’s work.
When God allowed Satan to test Job, He used trials to perfect Job’s faith. So, when trials befall us, we should seek God’s will, either…
From the outside, it seems that the temple was burnt down by the Roman troops 2000 years ago, but there is a deeper cause behind destruction of the temple.