The Israelites Freed From the Slavery of the Babylon
In the time of Jehoiakim, the Babylonians conquered Judah and the Jews started to serve the Kingdom of Babylon since then. And later they were taken to the land of Babylon as slaves, and the Isrealites had to live in the land for 70 years until the fulfillment of the prophecy of the bible. (Jeremiah 25:11) And 70 years later in … Click to read more
2000 years ago, God has come down to this earth in the flesh. Even though the God they worship came, the Israel people mocked him, ridiculed him and killed him on the cross in the end. Then why did God have to appear in the flesh? He could have appeared with all the spiritual glory and power and with thousands upon thousands of angels. He could have destroyed immediately who … Click to read more
The Author of Human History
When we think of kingdoms in the human history, we first think of the first king of the kingdoms who is claimed to be the one who built the kingdom. Thus, we tend to think that Genghis Khan was the founder of the Mongolian Empire; Alexander the Great, the Greek Empire.
When we play the game Chess, the Knight goes forward and captures the Queen, … Click to read more
Whom Does the Bible Testify About?
The bible is the book testifying about the Savior who was to come to give us salvation.
John 5:39 You study the Scriptures diligently because you think that in them you have eternal life. These are the very Scriptures that testify about me, yet you refuse to come to me to have life.
“Christ” in Greek or “Messiah” in Hebrew means “the Anointed One”, … Click to read more
John the Baptist Coming as Elijah
2000 years ago Jesus Christ taught his disciples that John the Baptist was Elijah who was to come.
Matthew 11:14 And if you are willing to accept it, he (John the Baptist) is the Elijah who was to come.
This means Elijah in the Old Testament was the prophetical figure who foreshadowed the one who would come to fulfill the prophecies. John the Baptist … Click to read more
Jesus Coming as Spiritual Doctor
2000 years ago when Jesus came to this
earth, he healed the diseases of people of the time as part of the fulfillment
of the prophecies of the bible.
Matthew 4:23 Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness among the people.
Jesus, however, was not just healing the
physical diseases, but … Click to read more
Passover and Forgiveness of Sins
The members of the Church of God or WMSCOG keep
the Passover according to the command of Christ. 2000 years ago, Jesus came as the
reality of the Passover Lamb and sacrificed himself as lamb so that we can receive
the forgiveness of sins and eternal life.
Through this article I would like to show the
meaning of the Passover. What is the Passover? And … Click to read more
If we look around us today, there are so many different churches and different doctrines. Each church interprets the bible in their own way and those interpretations are different from church to church. What is worse is that each member-even in the same church-has a different understanding of the bible according to their own interpretation.
Christ said that we have to know the truth to be saved. However, today the … Click to read more
The Mystery of God
The bible is the book that contains the
mystery of God, which is hidden in the bible as parables. Since it is written
in the parables, it is not easy to recognize or understand the mystery of God in
the bible. However, we have to know the mystery for at least two reasons.
First, one does not hide what is not important. Likewise, the mystery of … Click to read more
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob–The bible is a book that contains knowledge about the salvation of God’s people. Then why does the book which is concerned about the salvation of souls narrate the family history of Abraham in so much detail? The Book of Genesis starts from the creation of the light and continues to sketch the ancient human history briefly until the call of Abraham. From 4000BC when the … Click to read more