“blessed be the name of Jehovah.” His blessing of God’s name was unconditional, irrespective of context, and without reason.
Why isn’t God’s work in the last days done through the means of the Spirit? Why has God come to do His work in the flesh?
God in the flesh is better able to help man know the Creator, and is better able to bear testimony to Himself among the creatures.
Why does the Lord’s return involve incarnation—descending in secret—as well as publicly descending from the clouds?
When God came from above to the earth, no one in heaven and earth knew about it, for this is the true meaning of God returning in a concealed fashion.
What is Christ? Christ is the flesh of God incarnate. Can the anointed one be called Christ? This article will tell you the difference between Christ and the anointed one.
Christ is the incarnate God. He has both a normal humanity and a complete divinity. Christ’s substance is God.
God’s work in the flesh brings greater benefits to us than the work of the Spirit: Without having to cast about and search, we can clearly understand God’s will.
Jesus called God in heaven by the name of Father as He prayed. And He also said, “I and my Father are one.” What’s the relationship between Jesus and Jehovah? After having a talk, I had a new knowledge of the identity of Jesus.
The Lord Jesus called God in heaven by the name of Father. Can you feel God’s love for man from this?
Why wasn’t God’s redemption work done through the means of the Spirit? This article shares the truth about God incarnate doing His work, which I learned from a book.
If we can differentiate between the identity of the Lord Jesus and that of John the Baptist, we can distinguish between God incarnate and the people used by God.
“I and my Father are one,” said the Lord Jesus, but He called God in heaven by the name of Father as He prayed. Is the Lord Jesus the Son or the Father?