What is salvation? What do we know about salvation? Is salvation all about Jesus and resurrection and love? Or is there something more? Is there something about God’s plans that we are unsure of? Are we boxing God up with our limited belief?
Before the creation of the world, we exist in eternity alongside God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. So what made God create the physical universe that enabled death for both Himself and humanity? Answering this will help us figure out how dangerous it is for us to rediscover our true selves. Answering this will also tell us how great God’s love is for us.
Adam’s Family in Eden wasn’t the perfect family we’d imagine. It wasn’t the perfect world that we all thought it was. A deeper, darker side was hidden from us. In this post, we are only scratching the surface.
Heaven and hell is the same place. It is a place where God reigns forever. Its dwellers will either experience eternal joy or eternal torture. And it all is completely up to their individual decision.
We lose out on a lot of treasures because we only trusted God half-heartedly. It’s time we take God’s Word seriously and believe that all these things can happen to us as well. It’s time we return to He who first loved us.
We have demonised the Lucifer for a long time. It’s time to look inward into ourselves and notice the severity of our sins. Stop our fingerpointing and reconnect with the One who gave us life. He’s waiting for us.
Jesus has a half-brother. A brother we know little about. They both share the same name, share the same task, walked on the earth, interacted with humanity, and acted the way they did out of love. This is their story.
There are many similarities between Chinese religions and Christianity. In fact, Christianity is the cumulation of all Chinese religions. Learn some of the similarities this New Year and spread the Great Love of the God who created the heaven and the earth to those who’ve yet put their faith in Him.
When we baptise, we die with Christ, in Christ. Now, the lives we live aren’t ourselves, but Christ in us. We represent Christ to the World. And if the world don’t know Christ, that meant we have not truly died with Christ.
Our Beings is immortal. And whether we accept it or not, the duality of our existence work together for the good of our collective consciousness.