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The Lord Jesus said, “Not every one that said to Me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven.” Through fellowship, I understood only by breaking free from sin can we be qualified to enter the kingdom of God.
Can people enter the kingdom of God after being forgiven of sin? After seeking, he got the answer and understood the true meaning of forgiveness of sin and found the way to the kingdom of God.
Where is God’s kingdom? Is it in heaven or on earth? You can find the answer in the Lord’s Prayer in the Bible. Read this article to find out the mystery of God’s kingdom hidden in the Lord’s Prayer.
Can those who often live in sin be raptured into the kingdom of heaven? After fellowshiping, I got the answer and found the way of getting rid of sin and entering into the kingdom of heaven.
By Hua Mei Part One: Years of Working for the Lord Lu Xunguang staggers to the window. The moonlight gently sprinkles on his body. At this time, he is in a whirlwind of thought, and the scenes of se…
If we work for the Lord but still often sin, can we enter the heavenly kingdom? We’ve found the answer after some fellowships.
Why is working hard not the criterion for entering the kingdom of heaven? I understood it after a fellowship.
All believers in the Lord hope to enter the kingdom of heaven. However, do you know the criteria for entering it? This article will reveal the answer to you.
The Lord Jesus did forgive our sins, but we are still living in a circle of sinning and confessing. Then how can we enter the kingdom of heaven without being purified?
I’ve always believed that the pastors and elders are familiar with the Bible and working hard, then they’re certainly able to enter the kingdom of heaven in the end and guide us to enter it. But a passage of God’s words made me know who is our guide to the kingdom of heaven.
She’s a preacher. For many years, she has always believed that those who work hard can enter the kingdom of heaven. But is this viewpoint after the Lord’s will? A heated debate among co-workers made her understand...