Eastern Lightning Is My Salvation

Eastern Lightning Walking in God's Ways


Leave a comment

Christian Variety Show “Community ‘Scouts'” (2018 Short Sketch)

The Chinese Communist Party, to eradicate religious faith, uses neighborhood and village committees and various random people to closely monitor Christians and institutes a “reward for reporting” system in an attempt to round up every Christian. The skit Community “Scouts” examines how the Christian Lin Min, because of a reputation for believing in God, is secretly monitored by neighborhood committee personnel. One day, two sisters go to her home, and after the neighborhood committee director investigates through multiple channels, she immediately calls the CCP police. In the face of such adverse circumstances, how does Lin Min rely on God and cope? In the end, can she and her two sisters escape the CCP police?

Recommendation:

Why does the Chinese Communist government wildly persecute, suppress and crack down on Almighty God and The Church of Almighty God?

Advertisements


Leave a comment

Christian Variety Show | Testimony of the Faith of a Christian “Escaping the Cage” (2018 Crosstalk)

The crosstalk Escaping the Cage tells the story of how Christian Xiaolan was persecuted and locked in her home for a month by her Communist Party official father, where she was unable to take part in church life, and her experience of escaping her home and running away. A once-happy family was split apart, a daughter left her mother, and her father held a deep grudge against her. Who was the chief architect? And who gave Xiaolan faith and strength, and led her to escape her cage and walk the correct path in life?

More attention :

Many good sheep in the church would prefer to suffer unbridled arrest and persecution by the Chinese Communist Party just to seek and investigate Eastern Lightning.


Leave a comment

Christian Movie Trailer “I Am a Good Person!” | The Church of Almighty God

Yang Huixin, a Christian, has loved being a good person since she was little. She doesn’t like to offend others. She believes herself to be a good person because she is kind and agreeable with others. But only after she accepts God’s gospel of the last days and undergoes the judgment and chastisement of God’s words does she have an awakening, and realize that she’s not a true good person. Rather, she lives based on satanic philosophies, and is a very selfish, cunning “nice guy.” She resolves in her heart to seek the truth and become a good person who is honest and upright…. What experiences did Yang Huixin go through that allowed her to undergo such a transformation?

More attention :

What is knowing God exactly? Can an understanding of Bible knowledge and theological theory be considered as knowing God?


Leave a comment

Christian Variety Show | “A Plan to Go ‘Fishing'” (Crosstalk) True Story Behind Christians’ Release

Zhou Zhiyong is a Christian who was arrested by the CCP police for sharing the gospel. After half a month of brutal torture when their interrogation yielded no results, the CCP government suddenly releases him. Zhou Zhiyong quietly rejoices at leaving that evil place. But just as he is getting ready to meet with his brothers and sisters, there is one strange occurrence after another…. Finally one day he is arrested by the police again and only then does he fully understand the truth. The CCP had been using him as bait on a long line to catch the big fish all along! A three-year sentence gives Zhou Zhiyong a deeper understanding of the CCP’s evil essence of resisting God, and he comes to develop a true hatred for it. He thirsts for the truth and aspires to the light even more and resolves: No matter how difficult the road ahead is, I will follow God until the end!

Know more :

What exactly is the true belief in God? How should one believe in God in order to obtain His praise?


Leave a comment

Eastern Light|FALSE DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST THE CHURCH OF ALMIGHTY GOD REFUGEES START IN SOUTH KOREA

Executing a secret plan that Bitter Winter revealed one month ago, the CCP brings to Korea relatives of asylum seekers of The Church of Almighty God and organizes false “spontaneous demonstrations” with the help of pro-Chinese anti-cult activists.

Christian, Human Rights, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Belief, asylum seekers

On August 4, 2018, Bitter Winter published a secret document by the Chinese Communist Party calling for harassment in South Korea of the asylum seekers of The Church of Almighty God (CAG), a Chinese Christian new religious movement heavily persecuted in China. The CCP called for the recruitment of the relatives of the asylum seekers who still live in China, if necessary through threats and coercion, who would then call for the “return home” of the refugees (who obviously would not return “home” but, once in China, will be arrested and will thus “return” to jail). The plan also sought the cooperation of pro-Chinese activists in South Korea and anti-cultists hostile to the CAG. Continue reading


Leave a comment

The Secret to Saving a Marriage (Part 1) —Almighty God Saved My Marriage | Testimony of a Christian

Li Quan

  When I was young, my mom and dad often argued, and my mom frequently suffered beatings and abuse at the hands of my dad. She carried so much rancor in her heart that she died quite young. Thereafter I promised myself: When I grow up and start a family, I will be good to my wife and create a happy and peaceful family. I would not repeat the failures of my mother and father’s marriage.

  In 1995, I was the department director for installation engineering at a restaurant. At first, all I could think about was being an entrepreneur and making money and that I just needed to find a wife who was wise and kind so we could live happily together and that would be enough. But after a while, my work required that I go out often with other department leaders to restaurants, foot spa inn, karaoke parlors, hotels and other entertainment venues. During that time they would often say things like, “Have a wife and mistresses too!” or “‘Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.” or “We only live for decades, so live it up while you’re young” or “This is how men are. Who doesn’t want to eat, drink, and be merry!?” or “Our nation is promoting rapid economic growth and spurring all sorts of entertainment businesses, so we should respond enthusiastically. As Chinese citizens, we would be letting the government down if we didn’t do our part in living the nightlife!” Their influence started to rub off on me and, over time, I began to follow them in their nightlife pursuits and started to think of it as enjoyable.  Continue reading


Leave a comment

Christian Variety Show “A Love No Net Can Catch” | Hold Onto Love for God in Persecution (Crosstalk)

The crosstalk A Love No Net Can Catch shares the experience of a Christian who is subjected to all sorts of monitoring and pursuit by the CCP government; she cannot return home, instead constantly on the run. The CCP has spent vast amounts of money to build its “Skynet Project” to suppress Christians and crack down on dissidents, establishing the world’s largest video surveillance network to control China so tightly that even a needle, a drop of water cannot get through. Under the government’s high-intensity surveillance Christians’ freedoms are restricted at every turn and they face the constant danger of being arrested and imprisoned. But under God’s guidance, Christians from The Church of Almighty God have not lost their faith in God and have become firmer in their faith through hardships. The CCP government may be able to catch their bodies in their net, but they will never get their hearts that aspire to the light and seek to love God.

More attention :

Chronicles of Religious Persecution in China | “To the Brink and Back”


Leave a comment

Resolving the “Cold War” Makes My Life Even Happier!|Testimony of a Christian

Tian Yu

  When I got married, my family advised me that “All lay loads on the willing horse,” that after marriage, I must be in charge so that I’m not taken advantage of, so that my life will be fulfilled and happy. So, after marriage, I always wanted to be in charge and that whatever I said would go. In the beginning, my husband would consult me for all matters big and small in our home. But as time went on, he would often not consult with me, but do things according to his will. Because of this, I felt rather unhappy. I felt that my husband didn’t take me seriously. I thought, “If things continue like this, I wouldn’t have a place to stand on in this family.” In order that I could be in charge, I would often sulk and ignore my husband until he softened and said nice things to me, and things only ended when I was satisfied.

prayed, God’s word, believed in God, Testimony, Christian

  One year, during the Spring Festival, my husband consulted with me to kill the pig we had at home. I said we’d feed it for a few more days. At the time, he agreed with me completely. But I didn’t expect that the next morning the pig butcher came. At the time, I pretended as if nothing was wrong and greeted him until the pig was killed, but then I complained to my husband that he didn’t consult with me beforehand. My husband kept explaining to me the reason the butcher had to come earlier, but I couldn’t listen to him at all. No matter how he explained, I ignored him. In order to get on my good side, when I was doing work, he purposefully came over to help me, but I kept my unpleasant expression. In the end, he had to leave dejectedly. Looking at him leaving helplessly, I felt very miserable too. Why are we suffering like this? Why couldn’t I have given him a way out without embarrassing him? But then I thought that there is still a long way ahead of us. If I relent easily now, then he wouldn’t take notice of me at all. How could I be in charge of the house then? No, I cannot relent so easily. So, even though I really wanted to make up with my husband and didn’t want to continue our stalemate, I still held on sternly. No matter how he apologized, I didn’t speak to him until he pleaded me and promised that next time he would definitely consult with me. Only then did I condescend to speak to him. Continue reading