What is incarnation? Why was God incarnated as the Son of man? God’s Incarnation section selects articles to reveal the mystery of God’s incarnation to help you know more about God’s work.
Why does the Lord Jesus become flesh to save mankind? A book resolves her question.
There is no fear in love. After humbly seeking God’s work, I no longer hold on to the notion that God only incarnates as a male and have welcomed the Lord Jesus’ return.
Question 1: I believe that if we are faithful to the name of the Lord Jesus and the way of the Lord and do not accept the deception of false Christs ...
The answer from God’s word:“Since Jesus departed, the disciples who followed Him, and all of the saints who were saved thanks to His name, have been ...
The Christ with normal humanity is a flesh in which the Spirit is realized, possessing normal humanity, normal rationality, and human thought.
The answer from God’s word:“God became flesh because the object of His work is not the spirit of Satan, or any incorporeal thing, but man, who is of ...
Relevant Words of God:This time, God comes to do work not in a spiritual body but in a very ordinary one. Not only is it the body of God’s second inc...
Relevant Words of God:The significance of incarnation is that an ordinary, normal man performs the work of God Himself; that is, that God performs H...
He is merely working in the flesh, not intentionally asking for man to exalt the greatness and holiness of His flesh. He is simply showing man the wisdom of His work and all the authority He wields.
Because what satan corrupts is man’s flesh and the one God wants to save is man, he has to put on a flesh to war against satan and to personally shepherd man.
Bible Reference“Him that overcomes will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write on him the name of m...
Relevant Words of God:Though God’s work in the flesh involves many unimaginable difficulties, the effects that it ultimately achieves far exceed tho...
1. “God does not save man directly in the form of the Spirit or in the identity of the Spirit, because his Spirit is untouchable and invisible to man ...