Archives for January 2017

The Gospel brings in the Divine Life, the Kingdom of God, which Produces the Church

In the New Testament we first see the kingdom of God (the Lord came out to preach the gospel of the kingdom, repentance for the kingdom of the heavens) and then we see the church; the presence of the kingdom produces the church. The direction of the Lord’s move today is threefold: to build up […]

Direction of the Lord’s Move is to Bring in the Kingdom of God as the Spreading of God’s Life

The direction of the Lord’s move is to build up the Body of Christ, to prepare the bride of Christ, and to bring in the kingdom of God as the spreading of the divine life for God’s eternal administration. Some may say that knowing and practicing the God-ordained way to meet and to serve may […]

Christ as King will Reign on Earth with the Overcomers as His Helpers in the Kingship

I never thought that Psalm 45 is so much related to the way for us to be prepared as the bride of Christ, but this psalm is very high and wonderful, for in it we see the psalmist’ praise of the Lord as the King in Himself, in the church (as the queen), and in […]

Hearing the Lord’s Speaking and having the Embroidered Garment for our Wedding Day

After praising Christ the King in His fairness, victory, kingdom, and virtues, the psalmist praises Christ the King in praising the queen, who is a type of the church, the wife of Christ, as revealed in the Epistles (see Psa. 45:9-15). This psalm – Psa. 45 – is the highest and greatest of all the psalms; it […]

Praising Christ the King in His Kingdom and in the Sweetness of His Virtues (Psa. 45)

Psalm 45 is full of the praise of Christ, and in the first eight verses we see praising Christ the King in His fairness, His victory, His kingdom, and His virtues; our Christ, the King, is more than worthy to be praised and spoken well of! He is fairer than the sons of men – […]

Praising Christ the King in His Fairness and Sweetness, Victory and Majesty (Psa. 45)

Psalm 45 presents a full picture and a complete view of Christ’s beauty; the psalmist is praising Christ’s beauty in Himself as the King, in the church as the queen, and in the overcoming believers as the princes, the sons. In the first eight verses we see the beauty of Christ as the King (typified […]

Having a Pure Life Trusting in God with an Affectionate Love for the Lord Jesus

Psalm 45 is the highest and greatest of all the psalms, and it is a song of love according to the melody of “lilies” praising Christ as the King in Himself, in the church as His queen, and in the overcomers as His princes. It was written by the sons of Korah; Korah himself was […]