Li Mingdao is a preacher at a house church. He has believed in the Lord for many years, and has always followed Paul’s example, focusing on preaching, work, suffering, and paying a price. He believes that “as long as one labors and works, one can enter the kingdom of heaven, be rewarded, and gain a crown.” But, at a meeting with his coworkers, Brother Zhang raises doubts about this view. Li Mingdao, not convinced, returns home, and after researching the Bible, engages in an intense debate with Brother Zhang…. Is labor and work for the Lord doing God’s will? Does pursuing this way ultimately allow one to be lifted up and enter the kingdom of heaven? Watch the skit Wishful Thinking to find out.
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“Wishful Thinking” (2019 Christian Skit): Can We Enter the Kingdom of Heaven by Following Paul? was last modified: September 13th, 2019 by Find the Shepherd
Some people believe that, when the Lord comes again, there will be the sound of a trumpet in heaven and hearing it means meeting the Lord. Is this view really correct? What does “a great sound of a trumpet” in the Bible prophecy mean?
There are lots of Bible verses about the second coming of Jesus Christ. Below are prophecies sorted by the signs of the second coming of Jesus, when Jesus will return, the way in which Jesus returns, as well as what Christ will do upon His return.
Their lost, confused, afraid, anxious, yearning and numb hearts found comfort. They were no longer doubtful or disappointed because they felt that now there was hope and something to rely on. The Son of man standing in front of them would be behind them for eternity, He would be their strong tower, their refuge for all time.