Many people have taken notice of the recent frequent occurrences of supermoons and blood moons, and these astronomical wonders fulfill biblical prophecies—what is God trying to warn us about through these?
As in the days of Noah, people, in the days of the Son of man prophesied in the Bible, live in licentiousness and corruption and they eat, drink and make merry. Is that not what is happening in the last days as in the days of Noah? So, how should we seek the footsteps of the Lord?
Disasters are now a frequent occurrence the world over. And some people testify that the Lord has returned. However, some people believe that if the Lord had returned, no one would know. Is that really the truth? Read on to learn the real meaning of “no one knows the day or the hour,” which will help you welcome the Lord’s return.
The Lord Jesus said, “Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” In 2020, disasters are unfolding on a larger and larger scale. As Christians, do you know how to truly repent to God to gain God’s approval? Read this article to get the answer.
The coronavirus in Wuhan, locusts in East Africa, bushfires in Australia…, disasters like these have become a common occurrence all over the world. The Bible’s prophecies about the coming of the Lord have been fulfilled, so why have we yet to be raised up before the great tribulation? How can we be raptured?
Now is the end of days. Catastrophes are a frequent occurrence the world over, and the prophecies of the Lord’s arrival have been fulfilled; the various signs and omens indicate that the Lord has returned, so why has He not been seen returning in a cloud? And how can we welcome His arrival? This text will tell you how.
When we rush around for the sake of fame and gain, and we feel pained and helpless and exhausted in body and mind, remember this: God is our eternal support, and only by coming before God and understanding the truth can we have joy and happiness!
The Lord Jesus once taught us, “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. … Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled” (Matthew 5:3, 6). From these words, we can understand that our attitude toward the truth should be our attitude toward God.
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