“The Moment of Change” Instruction
Su Mingyue is a preacher of a house church in mainland China. Over the years, she has been a devout servant of the Lord who insists on doing preaching work for the Lord and bearing the burden of work for the church. She goes by Paul’s word in the Bible, feeling that merely believing in the Lord is enough to be called righteous andby grace. Although man still sins constantly, his sins have been forgiven by the Lord, his image will be changed instantly to become holy and he will be raised into the kingdom of heaven when the Lord arrives. However, in recent years, the church has become increasingly desolate, the believers have been negative and weak in general, their faith and love have cooled. Some co-workers go by the Lord’s word: “Not everyone that said to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of my Father which is in heaven.” They question the notion that “When the Lord comes, He will instantly change the image of man and raise him into the kingdom of heaven.” They feel that since we still sin constantly, fail to attain holiness by far and disobey God’s will, how can we be raised into the kingdom of heaven when the Lord comes? After communicating and debating, Su Mingyue feels that, there are some contradictions between the Lord’s word and Paul’s idea of instantly changing the image of man when the Lord comes. Which idea is correct after all? Su Mingyue is dilemmatic and confused at heart. In order to find a church with the work of the Holy Spirit to solve her practical confusion, so as not to be abandoned by the Lord, Su Mingyue decides to study the Eastern Lightning. Through debating and communicating with the preachers of the Church of Almighty God, Su Mingyue and others finally understand the only path to enter the kingdom of heaven …
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