When I was practicing spiritual devotions this morning, I saw the following verse in the Bible: “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 5:3), and I thought: Why ...
The author of this article always clung to the view that priests and bishops were selected and established by God, and that as long as people knelt down before them and made confessions after committing sins, they could absolve people’s sins on God’s behalf. Once, the fellowship of his church friend completely remedied his conception.
On the way to the land of Canaan, Moses sent the heads of the twelve tribes of Israel to spy out the land of Canaan. Seeing the people living there were burly, strong, big, and strapping, except Joshua and Caleb, the other ten were very scared...
Today, all kinds of disasters around the world grow ever worse, and many prophecies of the Lord’s return are basically fulfilled. We Christians are eagerly awaiting the Lord’s coming to rapture us.How should Christians prepare for the day of the Lord?
Parable of the workers in the vineyard: The Lord Jesus told the parable of the vineyard workers in chapter 20 of the Gospel of Matthew. Do you know the profound meaning behind this parable of the Lord Jesus?
It says in 2 Timothy 3:16 that “All scripture is given by inspiration of God.” Pastors and elders also often say: “Every book, every chapter, and every verse of the Bible was inspired by God.” However, is such an understanding correct?
Many believers think that since we have accepted the Lord Jesus’ salvation, we are saved by grace through faith, so we will surely be raptured into the heavenly kingdom when the Lord returns. Is this view correct? This article will tell you the answer.
In busy work and life, how should we practice to get closer to God? We all know that building a close relationship with God in order to get closer to God and receive more of the Holy Spirit’s work is crucial.