Do you know how to listen to God’s voice and welcome the Lord?
By Weichen It was a morning in early winter. The red sun in the sky was shedding its soft rays. Humming hymns of praise to God, Zhang Yue rode to the home of her cousin Li Chen to tell her and h…
Many Christians believe that, by saying “It is finished,” the Lord Jesus meant that God’s work to save mankind was completely finished, and that we are freed from sin and cleansed. But is this really the case? Read this article to learn the true meaning of “It is finished.”
Why did the Lord Jesus say that it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God? Reading this Matthew 19 commentary will help you understand God’s will.
Read this article and you’ll know the meaning of Jesus’ resurrection from the origins of Easter.
What does the resurrection of Jesus Christ indicate? You can learn 3 major significance behind the resurrection of Jesus Christ by reading this article.
Do Jesus’ last words “It is finished” upon the cross really mean that God’s work was totally finished? Read this article to know its true meaning and master the key points of receiving God’s salvation.
The faith of Thomas and the faith of the Canaanite woman are completely different. Do you know why the Lord Jesus did not approve Thomas’ faith? You’ll get the answer from this article.
Many Christians reckon that when Jesus said “It is finished” while nailed to the cross, it meant that all of God’s work was completed then. Actually, there is still the work He has not finished.
The Lord Jesus was baptized in Jordan. But why did He do this since He is the Christ? What’s the significance of His baptism? This article will give you the answers.
The Lord Jesus used 5 loaves and 2 fish to feed five thousand people, which manifests not only God’s authority but God’s righteousness. God has different attitudes regarding different kinds of people.
The story of Jesus healing the blind man shows us the attitudes of three types of people toward the Lord, and also makes us reflect on how to welcome the Lord Jesus.
Apart from the Lord’s love for mankind, there is deeper significance behind the parable of “the shepherd seeking the lost sheep”. Do you know it?