The church life is nothing else but Christ lived out through us in a corporate way, so we need to learn to be inward Christians who are being transformed for the practice of the church life. The church life is a new living, a new society, a new family life – it is the living […]
What is the reality of the church life? The church life is composed of all the believers in Christ who live in their spirit. The reality of the church life is to live in the spirit. In the church life we learn to pay attention not to our mind or emotion but to our spirit. The Christian life, the family life, and the church life – are all a life in our spirit. The divine Spirit as the consummation of the processed Triune God is mingled with our spirit as the bountiful supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ, continually saturating us as we open to Him and allow Him to spread in us… [continue reading online]
Our God is enjoyable – and He created us with the need for enjoyment… In the house of God we know and testify that God Himself is so enjoyable and pleasant! Praise the Lord, our God is an enjoyable God in an enjoyable house! This means that there’s loveliness, pleasantness, and delightfulness here – to behold the beauty of the Lord is pleasant, delightful, and lovely!
This morning I was freshly impressed and supplied at the same time with God’s desire to shine in our hearts! In the Old Testament He was shining over people, mainly outwardly, but now in the New Testament, He can shine in our hearts! Without the Lord shining in us, we are in darkness; any part […]
These days we’re going through the book of Romans – the Crystallization Study of the Gospel of God in Romans, and more specifically, this week we’re really enjoying “The Divine Spirit mingled with our human spirit – the secret of God’s organic salvation and the key to the entire Christian life“. Wow, even the title […]
This morning I was so touched with the fact that many times we think we hate religion – just like God hates religion – but actually we may still be religious ourselves. We realize that everything that God does is new, not in a form or name/denomination or a human endeavor/work, and the divine life […]
If you read the history of Abraham, you will see that, even though people call him a “giant of faith”, he was not such a big “giant” (actually, God is the giant of faith). All his “great steps” were taken in faith after God appeared to him. It looks like just after God appears to […]