Gospel Movie “Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit” Clip Introduction In the Age of Grace, the Lord Jesus did the work of redemption that absolved us of all our sins. As long as we accept the Lord Jesus as our Savior and pray and confess our sins to the Lord, then our sins will be absolved and we will be saved through our faith. So what exactly does “being saved” here mean? Can we be raptured and enter the kingdom of heaven by believing in the Lord, coming under His grace and being saved? Cho Yeonghan was a pastor of a church in Korea. He was zealous in serving the Lord for decades and earned great respect from the believers. In recent years, the church became desolate day by day. More and more evils emerged, and even he himself was often afflicted by sin. Thus, he felt extremely miserable and confused…. After much consideration, he gave up his post as a pastor and left his denomination to seek the true way that could free him from sin. He visited several other denominations, but their desolation and degeneration brought him into severer loss and helplessness. Earnestly, he prayed, “O Lord! Where are you? …” Out of surprise, when investigating the word of Almighty God, he found that the Lord Jesus has come back and He is Almighty God, the last Christ. » You may be interested in reading more on our Kingdom of God page, or in the articles below: • Can We Enter Heavenly Kingdom After Being Justified by Faith? • Can Believers Absolved of Sins Enter the Kingdom of Heaven
Gospel Movie “What a Beautiful Voice” Clip Introduction Many people in religion think that they have admitted their sins and repented of them after believing in the Lord, so they have been redeemed, and been saved by grace. When the Lord comes, He will lift them up directly into the kingdom of heaven, and He cannot possibly do the work of purification and salvation. Does this view tally with the reality of God’s work? It is said in the Bible: “Holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord” (Hebrews 12:14). God says: “You have missed a step in your belief in God: You have merely been redeemed, but have not been changed. For you to be after God’s heart, God must personally do the work of changing and cleansing you; if you are only redeemed, you will be incapable of attaining sanctity. In this way you will be unqualified to share in the good blessings of God” (The Word Appears in the Flesh). » You may be interested in reading more: • Can Believers Absolved of Sins Enter the Kingdom of Heaven • What Kinds of People Can Enter Heavenly Kingdom? • “Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit” Clip: Can the Saved Enter the Kingdom of Heaven?
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Can people who often sin enter the kingdom of heaven? How to get rid of the sins and enter the kingdom of heaven? This film clip will tell you the answer!