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God’s Word for Today | “Concerning the Practice of Prayer” (Excerpt 417)

Whilst praying, your heart must be at peace before God, and it must be sincere. You are truly communing and praying with God; you must not deceive God using nice-sounding words. Prayer is centered

God’s Word for Today | "God Himself, the Unique I" | Excerpt 91

God Uses His Words to Establish a Covenant With Man (Gen 9:11-13) And I will establish My covenant with you, neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall

God's Word for Today | "God's Work, God's Disposition, and God Himself III" | Excerpt 69

Within the scope of the work that the Lord Jesus completed in the Age of Grace, you can see another aspect of what God has and is. It was expressed through His flesh, and it was made possible for

God’s Word for Today | “Concerning the Practice of Prayer” (Excerpt 418)

Basic knowledge about praying: 1. Do not blindly say whatever comes to mind. There must be a burden within your heart, which is to say, you must have an objective when you pray. 2. Your pray

God’s Word for Today | "Those Who Are to Be Made Perfect Must Undergo Refinement" | Excerpt 513

 While undergoing trials, it is normal for people to be weak, or to have negativity within them, or to lack clarity on God’s will or their path for practice. But in any case, you must have fai

God’s Word for Today | “Concerning the Practice of Prayer” (Excerpt 416)

You pay no attention to prayer in your daily life. People have always overlooked prayer. In their prayers before they were simply going through the motions and playing around, and no one has ever

“The Age of Kingdom Is the Age of Word” (Excerpt 28)

In the Age of Kingdom, God uses the word to usher in a new age, to change the means of His work, and to do the work for the entire age. This is the principle by which God works in the Age of Word.

“The Mystery of the Incarnation (4)” (Excerpt 27)

In the work of the last days, the word is mightier than the manifestation of signs and wonders, and the authority of the word surpasses that of signs and wonders. The word reveals all the corrupt

“Preface” (Excerpt 25)

If people remain in the Age of Grace, then they shall never be free of their corrupt disposition, let alone know the inherent disposition of God. If people always live among an abundance of grace

“Preface” (Excerpt 24)

After the work of Jehovah, Jesus became flesh to do His work amongst man. His work was not carried out in isolation, but built upon the work of Jehovah. It was work for a new age after God had con