Every year, on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, America pauses to honor our nation’s veterans. The date for Veterans Day is deliberate; it marks the armistice signed in 1918 for the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I. It is a day to honor the veterans of all wars, but especially to honor those still living.
Have you had a chance to order The All-inclusive Christ from us? For a short time we’re offering a free printed copy to US residents, which you can order here. The e-book is always available for free here. In this enlightening book, Witness Lee discusses how the good land described in the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy is a complete picture of Christ that we can enjoy today.
Once we believe in the Lord Jesus and receive Him as our Savior and our life, we need to grow in this divine life day by day. But we can’t grow just by deciding to, or by exerting our own effort. Just as a child needs to eat healthy food every day, we children of God need to receive spiritual nourishment daily so we can grow in our Christian life. In addition, another crucial element...
Bibles for America (BfA) was founded in 2000 by a group of believers who wanted to give away free Bibles throughout the United States. They realized that many people in this country may not read the Bible mainly because they don’t understand what it says.
In a previous post, we were calibrated in how we approach the Bible by discovering its essence. In another post, our trust in God’s Word was fortified by seeing its source. Now we’ll look at the contents of the Bible and its focus.
We would like to announce our newest video on the importance of baptism.
Have you ordered the new free book from Bibles for America called The All-inclusive Christ? This book by Witness Lee is a must-read for every Christian who wants to have a richer, fuller experience of Jesus Christ. The title of the book itself is very interesting. By definition, the word all-inclusive means something that includes everything. For example, you may have seen this...
Below is our gospel tract about the story of Jesus walking on the sea and how it applies to us today. Click here to view it on our website and share it with anyone who would like to know Jesus in a personal way.
We can find many promises God has made to us in His Word. For instance, He promises to care for us faithfully and to never forsake us. But in 2 Peter 1:4, some of His promises are strikingly described as precious and exceedingly great.
When we’re little children, many times we play with our toys in a random way, exploring as we learn. But we have no grand scheme or purpose to our play. We simply make it up as we go. But can you imagine God doing something like that? Would the God who is wise, loving, and eternal create the universe without a purpose? Could He create human beings without a purpose?