I wonder whether everyone has thought about such a question: God is supreme, why must He come from heaven above to the earth and work among men as the Son of man? Can’t God’s Spirit directly do the salvation work? Today, let’s discuss and communicate together to look for the answer to this question. The … Continue reading God Is Inherently a Spirit: Why Must He Become Flesh to Work?
The incarnate God and those who are used by God are man from the outside. What are their essential differences? Read this article to learn more.
In all my years of faith, despite knowing that the Lord Jesus is God’s incarnation, I didn’t understand the truth of the incarnation. If the Lord’s appearance in the second coming is similar to how the Lord Jesus was incarnated as the Son of man to do His work, then we’ll be unable to recognize the Lord Jesus, we’ll be unable to greet the Lord’s coming. I believe that the incarnation is a great mystery. Few are able to truly understand the truth of the incarnation. Please commune with us on this issue, what exactly is the incarnation.
The work of judgment is God’s own work, so it must naturally be carried out by God Himself; it cannot be done by man in His stead. Because judgment is the use of the truth to conquer humankind, there is no question that God would still appear in the incarnate image to perform this work among man. That is to say, in the last days, Christ shall use the truth to teach people across the world and make all truths known to them. This is God’s work of judgment. from “Christ Does the Work of Judgment With the Truth” in The Word Appears in the Flesh
Editor’s note: Christians have always been longing for the Lord’s return so that they can be raptured into the kingdom of heaven. The Bible prophesies that when the Lord returns, He will descend not only as the Son of man but also upon a cloud. Then how will these prophecies be fulfilled? We’ll share this Christian’s experience to help you get the answer.
“And I turned to see the voice that spoke with me. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks; And in the middle of the seven candlesticks one like to the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the breasts with a golden girdle. His head and His hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and His eyes were as a flame of fire; And His feet like to fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and His voice as the sound of many waters. And He had in His right hand seven stars: and out of His mouth went a sharp two edged sword: and His countenance was as the sun shines in its strength” (Rev 1:12–16)
“Jesus said to him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet have you not known Me, Philip? he that has seen Me has seen the Father; and how say you then, Show us the Father? Believe you not that I am in the Father, and the Father in Me? the words that I speak to you I speak not of Myself: but the Father that dwells in Me, He does the works. Believe Me that I am in the Father, and the Father in Me: or else believe Me for the very works’ sake” (Jhn 14:9–11).