In the previous article, we have seen the relation between John the Baptist and Jesus Christ. John the Baptist came as Elijah to prepare the way for the Lord and he testified Jesus as Lord God who would come for the forgiveness of sins and salvation.
However, even though the prophecies of Elijah were partially accomplished by the coming of John the Baptist, the complete fulfillment of … Click to read more
Something You Cannot Do and Something You Don’t Do
In this article I would like to show that we can receive eternal life through God the Mother. People sometimes argue about many things in their relationship with others. However, most of the topic for the arguments are for things that they are not doing even though they can do them if they try. On the other hand, people seldom or … Click to read more
During the six day creation of God in Genesis, the last thing that was created man. And the bible says that the creation of man was given to us to teach us about the invisible image of God. If we look at man in the book of Genesis, God created man into two different images: male and female, both of which were fashioned after the very image of God. Through … Click to read more
As I said before, God the Mother is testified in the creation of mankind too. Everything created on this earth was given to us to teach us the invisible qualities of God. We cannot see God and know God spiritually because God is invisible and imperceivable by human being who is physical.The bible says we cannot perceive the spiritual things with our physical senses.
1 Corinthians 2:13 This is what
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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
“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).
This is the definition of Elohim. Originally the Old Testament was written in the Hebrew language. In the Hebraic language, El or Eloah means God in singular form and Elohim means
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