2020 Christian Gospel Dance Songs| “How Great It Is That Almighty God Has Come!”

In the Age of Kingdom, Almighty God Shows Us the Path to the Kingdom of Heaven

Since the Lord Jesus’ work in the Age of Grace forgave our sins, we became qualified to come before God and pray to and worship Him. But, though we have been redeemed by the Lord, forgiven of our sins and enjoyed a great deal of His grace and blessing, we still live in a state of committing sins in the daytime and confessing our sins at night. For example, we often reveal arrogance and conceitedness, tell lies and deceive others. When our personal interests are involved, we can’t help but play tricks. The Lord Jesus said: “Truly, truly, I say to you, Whoever commits sin is the servant of sin. And the servant stays not in the house for ever: but the son stays ever” (John 8:34–35). The Bible says: “[Y]ou shall therefore be holy, for I am holy” (Leviticus 11:45). God is holy, and so people like us who haven’t been freed from sin and purified are not qualified to enter the kingdom of heaven. To totally cleanse and change our satanic nature, Almighty God opens up the Age of Kingdom in the last days and gives us the way to eliminate our sinful nature and enter the kingdom of heaven.
The Lord Jesus said: “He that rejects Me, and receives not My words, has one that judges him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day” (John 12:48). The Bible says: “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God” (1 Peter 4:17). Almighty God said: “For all that man may have been redeemed and forgiven of his sins, it can only be considered as God not remembering the transgressions of man and not treating man in accordance with his transgressions. However, when man, who lives in a body of flesh, has not been set free from sin, he can only continue to sin, endlessly revealing his corrupt satanic disposition. This is the life that man leads, an endless cycle of sinning and being forgiven. The majority of men sin in the day only to confess in the evening. This way, even if the sin offering is forever effective for man, it will not be able to save man from sin. Only half the work of salvation has been completed, for man still has a corrupt disposition. … This is the corruption of man; running deeper than sin, it is something planted by Satan and deeply rooted within man. It is not easy for man to become aware of his sins; he has no way of recognizing his own deeply rooted nature, and must rely on judgment by the word in order to achieve this result. Only thus can man gradually be changed from this point onward” (“The Mystery of the Incarnation (4)”).
“You must know what kind of people I desire; those who are impure are not permitted to enter into the kingdom, those who are impure are not permitted to besmirch the holy ground. Though you may have done much work, and have worked for many years, in the end if you are still deplorably filthy—it is intolerable to the law of Heaven that you wish to enter My kingdom! From the foundation of the world until today, never have I offered easy access to My kingdom to those who curry favor with Me. This is a heavenly rule, and no one can break it!” (“Success or Failure Depends on the Path That Man Walks”).
“Before man was redeemed, many of Satan’s poisons had already been planted within him and, after thousands of years of being corrupted by Satan, he has within him an established nature that resists God. Therefore, when man has been redeemed, it is nothing more than a case of redemption in which man is bought at a high price, but the poisonous nature within him has not been eliminated. Man that is so defiled must undergo a change before becoming worthy to serve God. By means of this work of judgment and chastisement, man will fully come to know the filthy and corrupt substance within his own self, and he will be able to change completely and become clean. Only in this way can man become worthy to return before the throne of God. All the work done this day is so that man can be made clean and be changed; through judgment and chastisement by the word, as well as through refinement, man can purge away his corruption and be made pure. Rather than deeming this stage of work to be that of salvation, it would be more apt to say it is the work of purification” (“The Mystery of the Incarnation (4)”).
We can see from God’s words that although the Lord Jesus has forgiven our sins, we haven’t escaped the bondage of sin and thus we can’t enter God’s kingdom. Though we have admitted our sins to the Lord and have gained His pardon, we have no knowledge of our sinful nature and the poisons in our hearts planted by Satan. These satanic poisons include “Every man for himself and the devil take the hindmost,” “Money makes the world go round,” “Man will do anything to get rich,” “One’s destiny is in his own hand,” and “Distinguishing oneself and bringing honor to his ancestors,” and so on. We regard these poisons as the truth and words of wisdom, and live based on them. Thus, our dispositions become incredibly arrogant, to the point that we don’t listen to anyone and we even oppose God’s mastery and want to change our fate with our own two hands. Besides, we become really selfish and deceitful, and we scheme and fight against each other and deceive and hurt each other. Furthermore, we believe in the Lord and work hard for Him, but we do so in the hopes of being rewarded and entering into the kingdom of heaven. When we enjoy the Lord’s grace, we are happy and resolute in our faith in the Lord; but as soon as we are faced with disaster, or there is some tragedy in the family, we misunderstand, blame and even deny and betray the Lord. We don’t know our nature of sinning and resisting God, much less can we change ourselves. Therefore, we need God’s further salvation. In the last days, God has done a stage of the work of judgment and chastisement to cleanse and save mankind. If we want to completely escape the bondage of sin, be purified and enter the kingdom of heaven, we must accept God’s work of judgment in the end days.

2020 Christian Gospel Dance Songs| “How Great It Is That Almighty God Has Come!”

What amazing luck to have encountered God incarnate!
Christ of the last days appears and works!
He expresses the truth and brings judgment.
He personally works to save man.
He has joy and sorrow, He is so normal.
He speaks and laughs, He is so real.
The significance of incarnation is so profound,
He lets us see the practical God.
We feel truly honored to see Almighty God,
praising Him leaves the spirit light and free.
Our hearts find enjoyment through worshiping Almighty God.
Knowing Him, our lives are not in vain.
In the last days God has appeared in the flesh,
personally perfecting those who love Him.
His words and utterances shepherd His people,
bestowing truth and life on them.
The revelation and exhortation of His words
are to purify and save man.
We experience God’s judgment and chastisement
and see His holiness and righteousness.
He suffers for man and understands human weakness.
His words provide for man and bring man to enlightenment.
He gives man faith and brings them light.
He makes up what man lacks, and leads the way step by step.
God experiences man’s suffering,
and stands by them in their chastisement.
He thinks of man’s life all the time.
Only God is most thoughtful.
He silently endures the pain of rejection,
and accompanies man through tribulation.
He blazes a trail to lead the way forward,
the image of Almighty God inspires me.
From ancient times it has been rare to see the practical God.
We should cherish the good time we have together with God.
Now is our chance to know God’s loveliness.
May we all come to know Almighty God.
From ancient times it has been rare to see the practical God.
We should cherish the good time we have together with God.
Now is our chance to know God’s loveliness.
May we all come to know Almighty God.

from Follow the Lamb and Sing New Songs

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