God began history,
from a small starting point on earth.
From one point, God’s history began from Adam.
God never stopped giving us the Word.
His history continues to spread to the ends of the earth.
And His Word is changing the world.
People say they want to live in an ideal world, but they only consider physical things like eating well and living in a good environment. However, all of these things are only temporary. God said that His ideal world is a world where both your body and spirit live an ideal life.read more
God created this world out of love for human beings, and He set the Messiah to deliver the Word to us. If we must entrust our life to God, then He will take care of us even more.read more
In Matthew 22, Jesus spoke using a parable while viewing the entirety of the time period. God sent Jesus to the earth, bringing the Word for people to actualize the time period as a time period of children. The Jewish people were waiting for God to return, but God sent Jesus instead. Jesus invited them to the wedding banquet—the most joyful time—but their response was pitiful. They didn’t want to attendread more
God’s history has always been broken down into different stages. Consider it like a soccer game with a first half and a second half, and yet both halves are part of the same game. Likewise, God’s history also has a first half and a second half. These two halves are part of the same segment—the same history—but at different levels.read more
Why is it that the newlyweds look especially beautiful on their wedding day? It’s because they are glowing from the inside out. Since they feel happy and joyful in their hearts and thoughts, that happiness also shows on their faces.read more
When the Pharisees and Sadducees asked Jesus to show them a sign from Heaven in order to test him, Jesus saw through their hearts and said, “When evening comes, you say, ‘It will be fair weather today, for the sky is red,’ and in the morning, you say, ‘Today it will be stormy, for the sky is red and overcast.’read more
Jesus described a parable of grafting yourself to the true grapevine, where those that are good trees will bear good fruit and bad trees will bear bad fruit. [Reference: Matthew 7:17-20] Trees are likened to people.read more
In the Old Testament, people gave dead animals, such as cattle, as offerings to God. In the New Testament, Jesus bore the cross and became that offering to God once and for all: a person—the Messiah—became the sacrifice. As God’s history progresses, we must do things in new ways.read more
God’s Will is what God has planned, and it is His heart. The purpose is recorded in the Bible as a revelation to His Will. Each person has their own will, but that is the will of an individual. We need to realize, understand, and live following the Will of God, that is, the Will for all mankind.read more
Whether it’s something good or something evil, don’t do anything excessively. If you overly refrain from doing things, or if you act too cautiously, you will incur losses and be unable to gain what’s necessary: for example……read more
If the Lord came to you today and said, “I will make your wish come true,” what would you say? What is your greatest wish in life? Your wish is likened to your purpose. What is your fundamental purpose in life?read more
An opportunity is the right time to carry out a certain action. It is the moment you meet what you have wanted to do. Opportunities are God, the Holy Spirit, and the Lord.read more