Question 2: The Lord Jesus and Almighty God are the same God, but do different work in different ages. The Lord Jesus did the work of redemption, and preached the way of repentance. In the last days, Almighty God does the work of judging and purifying mankind, and brings them the way of everlasting life. I still have another question, what is the difference between the way of repentance and the way of eternal life?
Question 1: Almighty God’s word says, “Only Christ of the Last Days Can Give Man the Way of Eternal Life.” I remembered what the Lord Jesus once said, “But whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life” (Jhn 4:14). We already know the Lord Jesus is the source of the living water of life, and the way of everlasting life. Could it be that Almighty God and the Lord Jesus are of the same source? Are Their work and words both of the Holy Spirit? Are Their work done by the same God?
Answer: In the work of God’s two incarnate fleshes, They testified that They are the truth, the way, the life, and the way of everlasting life. They express many truths, and do a stage of practical work to prove that Christ is the truth, the way, and the life. That is sufficient to prove They come from the same source. Both utter the voice of the Holy Spirit. They do the work of the same God, and both testify that God is the source of life in all its forms. The word expressed by God is the everlasting wellspring of the living waters, and the river of life which flows from His throne, which is therefore the way of everlasting life. That proves even more that Almighty God is the second coming of the Lord Jesus, and that both of Them are God doing the work in His management plan. The Lord Jesus said: “I am in the Father, and the Father in me” (Jhn 14:10). “I and my Father are one” (Jhn 10:30). This proves the Lord Jesus is the appearance of God. The Lord Jesus predicted He would come again, and that He would be incarnated as the Son of man to do the work of judgment in the last days. Continue reading
Gospel Movie Clip “Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit” (2) – Can the Saved Enter the Kingdom of Heaven?
In the Age of Grace, the Lord Jesus did the work of redemption that absolved us of all our sins. As long as we accept the Lord Jesus as our Savior and pray and confess our sins to the Lord, then our sins will be absolved and we will be saved through our faith. So what exactly does “being saved” here mean? Can we be raptured and enter the kingdom of heaven by believing in the Lord, coming under His grace and being saved? Continue reading
2019 Christian Skit “Can We Enter the Kingdom of Heaven If We Gain Salvation?” (English Dubbed)
Zhang Mude is a preacher at a house church, and he believes that “For with the heart man believes to righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made to salvation” (Romans 10:10). He thinks that because he believes in the Lord Jesus, he is already called righteous, that he has already gained salvation, and that when the Lord returns, he will be directly raptured up into the kingdom of heaven. One day, his daughter returns home from missionary work in other regions and tells her parents wonderful news: their long-awaited Lord Jesus has returned, that He is Almighty God, and that He has begun the work of judgment beginning with God’s house in the last days. Zhang Mude thinks that after so many years believing in the Lord, his sins are already forgiven, and that he has absolutely no need for God’s further work of judgment and purification. Thereafter, the family of three begin an intense debate about whether gaining salvation can allow one to enter the kingdom of heaven, what kind of people can enter the kingdom of heaven, and related topics … Continue reading
At the mention of overcomers, we will think of the prophecies in the Book of Revelation, “And I looked, and, see, a Lamb stood on the mount Sion, and with him an hundred forty and four thousand, having his Father’s name written in their foreheads” (Revelation 14:1), “These are they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb” (Revelation 7:14). Here, the 144,000 prophesied in the verse are the overcomers whom God wishes to make. They are the ones who stand testimony during the great tribulation, and who are approved by God and qualified to enter the kingdom of heaven. As believers in the Lord, becoming an overcomer is our longing and the goal we seek. Many brothers and sisters believe this: We’ve followed the Lord for many years, during which we’ve toiled, forsook, expended, preached the gospel and shepherded the church. Even though we have suffered mockery and slander from the general public, misunderstanding of relatives, and persecution and arrest by the government, we never retreat. As long as we follow the Lord in this way to the end, we will be the overcomers. Continue reading
One morning after finishing my spiritual devotions, I visited a gospel website and on the discussion board I came across a post which said, “Gaining eternal life through faith in the Lord is the longing of many Christians. But do you know what the way of repentance and the way of eternal life are? What is the difference between them? If you want to figure out these questions and gain the way of eternal life bestowed by God, come and join our discussion.” Continue reading