Gospel Music 2018 “God Treasures Those Who Can Listen to and Obey Him” (Newest A Cappella Song)

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Why does the Chinese Communist government wildly persecute, suppress and crack down on Almighty God and the Church of Almighty God?

gospel music | “God Treasures Those Who Can Listen to and Obey Him” 

God doesn’t care whether one is humble or great. As long as he listens to God, obeys what God orders and entrusts, can cooperate with His work, with His plan and His will, so that His will and plan can proceed without hindrance, such action is worthy of, worthy of God’s remembrance, and worthy of receiving, receiving His blessing. God treasures such people, and cherishes their actions, and their love and affection for Him. This is God’s attitude. Continue reading

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Praise the Return of Lord Jesus | Choral Singing “Gospel Choir 10th Performance”

praise song | Choral Singing “Gospel Choir 10th Performance”

Songs of Choir:
1. Almighty God Quietly Walked into the Heart of Each of Us
2. How to Search for God’s Footprints

1. Almighty God Quietly Walked into the Heart of Each of Us
God is silent, and has never appeared to us, yet His work has never stopped. He looks upon all lands, and commands all things, and beholds all the words and deeds of man. His management is conducted in steps and according to His plan. It proceeds silently, without dramatic effect, yet His footsteps advance ever closer to mankind, and His judgment seat is deployed in the universe at the speed of lightning, immediately followed by the descent of His throne among us. What a majestic scene that is, what a stately and solemn tableau. Like a dove, and like a roaring lion, the Spirit arrives among us all. He is wise, He is righteous and majestic,
He quietly arrives among us possessed of authority and filled with love and compassion. No one is aware of God’s arrival, no one welcomes God’s arrival, and, moreover, no one knows all that God will do, no one knows all that God will do. Man’s life remains unchanged; his heart is no different, and the days go by as usual. Continue reading

God’s will | How to Know God’s Disposition and the Result of His Work (Part Two)

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  There’s a saying you should take note of. I believe this saying is very important, because for Me it comes to mind countless times every single day. Why is that? Because every time I’m faced with someone, every time I hear someone’s story, every time I hear of someone’s experience or their testimony of believing in God, I always use this saying to weigh whether or not this individual is the type of person God wants, the type of person God likes. So what’s this saying, then? Now you are all eagerly waiting. When I reveal the saying, perhaps you will feel disappointed because there are those who have been paying it lip service for many years. But as for Me, I’ve never paid it any lip service. This saying resides in My heart. So what is this saying? It’s “walk in God’s way: fear God and shun evil.” Is this not an exceedingly simple phrase? Yet though the saying may be simple, someone who genuinely has a deep understanding of it will feel that it’s of great weight; that it has a lot of value for practice; that it’s language of life with the reality of the truth; that it’s a lifelong objective to strive toward for those seeking to satisfy God; and that it’s a lifelong way to be followed by anyone who’s considerate of God’s intentions. So what do you think: Is this saying truth? Does it have this kind of significance? Perhaps there are some people who are thinking about this saying, trying to figure it out, and some yet who are suspicious of it: Is this saying very important? Is it very important? Is it so necessary and worthy of emphasis? Perhaps there are some people who don’t much like this saying because they think taking God’s way and distilling it into this one saying is too much of an oversimplification. To take all of which God said and boil it down to one saying—isn’t this making God out to be a little too insignificant? Is that how it is? It could be that most of you don’t fully understand the profound meaning behind these words. Though you have made note of it, you don’t intend to place this saying in your heart; you just write it down, and revisit it and mull it over in your spare time. There are some other people who won’t even bother memorizing the saying, let alone trying to put it to good use. But why do I discuss this saying? Regardless of your perspective, or what you will think, I have to discuss this saying because it is extremely relevant to how God establishes the outcomes of man. No matter what your current understanding of this saying is, or how you treat it, I’m still going to tell you: If someone can properly practice this saying and achieve the standard of fearing God and shunning evil, then they’re assured as a survivor, then they’re assured as someone with a good outcome. If you can’t attain the standard laid out by this saying, then it could be said that your outcome is an unknown. Thus I speak to you about this saying for your own mental preparation, and so that you know what kind of standard God uses to measure you. As I just discussed, this saying is extremely relevant to God’s salvation of man, and how He establishes man’s outcome. Where does this relevance lie? You would really like to know, so we will talk about it today. Continue reading

Christian Skit | “My Father, the Pastor” | A Debate on the Truth in a Christian Family

Chi Shou, a religious pastor who has been a believer in the Lord for forty years, has always held to the views that “all of the Lord’s words and work are within the Bible,” and that “belief in the Lord may not deviate from the Bible, and believing in the Bible means believing in the Lord.” When it transpires that his daughter has accepted God’s work of the last days, he makes a plan with his wife to stop her. On this day, their daughter returns home to bear them testimony to the gospel of the Lord’s return, and a heated, witty, yet serious family debate thus ensues …

Thoughts after reading:
“I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come. ” (John 16: 12-14″ “He that hath an ear, let him hear what the spirit saith unto the churches.” (Revelation 3: 13)The Lord Jesus said He will come back and tell us much more word. The word and work of the returned Lord Jesus is impossible to be written down in the Bible before He begins the new work. if we don’t accept the words the Lord Jesus says when He comes back, we are rejecting the word that the Holy spirit says to the churches. Will the Lord Jesus acknowledge us as a believer in Him? Continue reading

Christian Crosstalk | “Between a Rock and a Hard Place” | Carry the Cross and Follow the Lord

Personal thoughts:

“Pay attention to human rights!
We feel sad for their sufferings and also admire their faith and testimony, and are encouraged and resolved to head to righteousness and follow God to the end. At the same time, we detest and reject those devils who persecute them. Let’s pay attention to their suffering and pass the positive energy!”

This crosstalk, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, tells the story of Geng Xin, a Chinese Communist official who has accepted Almighty God’s work of the last days. It recounts his experiences of losing his job, being arrested, and being subjected to brutal tortures by the CCP because of his faith, and in the end of him standing witness for God. This reflects the hardships of Christians in China and embodies the faith and determination of Christians to lean on God to defeat Satan, and to bear witness. Continue reading