Some people think they can enter the heavenly kingdom by emulating Paul. Is this viewpoint right? 2019 Christian skit “Wishful Thinking” will help you understand God’s requirements.
Can we enter the kingdom of heaven through hard work? Watch English Christian skit “We Must Be Dreaming!” to resolve your confusions.
How can we enter into the heavenly kingdom? Read these Bible verses about the kingdom of heaven to learn God’s requirements and find the way to the kingdom of heaven.
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.
Today’s Bible Verse is Hebrews 12:14 about pursuing holiness. From this Bible verse, we know that we must pursue holiness if we want to be saved into the kingdom of heaven.
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 l…
Based on Lord Jesus' words on the cross "It is finished," pastors and elders of religious circles habitually conclude that God's work of salvation of mankind was thus finished. Upon the return of…
I always thought that God’s kingdom is in heaven and longed for being lifted into the air to meet with the Lord when He comes. However, a fellowship with my former classmate made me understand this view was not after the Lord’s will.