According to the bible Adam represents Christ, but then who does Eve represent? Let us find out the answer for this question through the teachings of Christ. 2000 years ago, Jesus said, “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life,” and gave the new covenant of the Passover through which we would be able to receive the flesh and blood of Christ and eternal life. But there … Click to read more
Christ Through the Life of King David
The bible teaches the lessons through the physical things of the earth. Since human beings cannot perceive the spiritual world, God always teaches human beings through something they can understand, things they can see and know in everyday life. Since the family system in heaven is indescribable with human knowledge, God simply uses the terms used in an earthly family such as father, … Click to read more
The Appearance of the Second Coming Christ
Paul said that people had to wait for the second coming Christ to know the truth. There is no one else who can know the truth except for the second coming Christ. Now let us find out the Christ who would appear as the Root of David.
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1 Corinthians 4:5 Therefore judge nothing before the appointed time; wait till the Lord comes.
What is the mystery of God in the bible? It is the Christ because our salvation depends on the Christ who was to appear on this earth. The reason he is considered a mystery is because no one can recognize the Christ in the worldly point of view. The biggest mystery among all the mysteries of the bible is God Elohim who would appear in the last days to give … Click to read more
Jerusalem, The Reality of the Throne of God
What is the true temple of God? Jeremiah said that the true temple of God is not the Jerusalem Temple in Palestine, but God would establish the true Temple of God.
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Jeremiah 3:16 In those days, when your numbers have increased greatly in the land,” declares the Lord, “people will no longer say, ‘The ark of the covenant of the Lord.’
“The word Elohim is the plural of El (or possibly Eloah) and is the first name of God given in the Old Testament: “In the beginning, God (Elohim) created the heavens and the earth, (Gen. 1:1).
When Jesus came down to this earth 2000 years ago, he was not welcomed by his people even though he was the God they have believed since the time of Abraham.
John 1:10 He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the world did not recognize him. He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him.
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