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What approach should we Christians take to the trials God sets for us? What is God’s will in trials? You’ll gain inspiration from trials of Job and Abraham.
The will of the Father in heaven is the will of God. Doing the heavenly Father’s will means always following and obeying God’s latest work, and practicing according to God’s actual intentions.
Ever since He created man in the beginning, God has yearned for a group, a group of overcomers, a group that will walk with Him and are able to understand, comprehend and know His disposition.
This conversation between Jehovah God and Jonah is without a doubt an expression of the Creator’s true feelings for humanity.
Today’s Bible Verse is Ephesians 5:17 about seeking the Lord's will. From this Bible verse, we know that only the wise can understand the will of the Lord.
Christians all know the biblical story—The Resurrection of Lazarus. Do you know the Lord’s will behind the resurrection of Lazarus?
Only in difficult environments will we truly look unto God and rely on Him, see His wisdom and almightiness, and have true knowledge of Him.
Today's verse is Proverbs 17:3. The fining pot is for silver, and the furnace for gold, but God uses hardship and refinement to train the people of the kingdom.
Why did the Lord Jesus disapprove of Martha but said that “Mary has chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her.”? Those words are imbued with God’s requirements of us.
Faced with disease, what attitude should we adopt when we or others around us become ill? There are 4 aspects Christians should know.
Resilient vitality can hardly come from an easy life. Actually, only hardships make us stronger.
Dear Brothers and Sisters of Loving Stage, Recently, there’s something I’m not clear on. I have communicated about it with many brothers and sisters, but finally, I didn’t get a positive result…