A Hymn of Life Experience | I’m Resolved to Follow God

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Holding faith so long,
now I see the light.
Experienced ups and downs,
persecutions and hardships.
Happiness and sorrows,
garment wet with tears.
Countless nights,
stayed awake and prayed.
Rejected by the world; Continue reading “A Hymn of Life Experience | I’m Resolved to Follow God”

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Rise Up in the Dark Oppression

Mo Zhijian    Guangdong Province

I was born in a poor remote mountain village. People there burned incense and worshiped Buddha for generations. Temples were everywhere, and each household burned incense. No one believed in God. In 1995, my wife and I believed in the Lord Jesus in another place. After returning home, we began to preach the gospel. Later, the number of the believers gradually increased to over one hundred. Because more and more people believed in God, the local government was alarmed. One day in 1997, the police asked me to go to the local police station. Continue reading “Rise Up in the Dark Oppression”

Blessed Are They Which Are Persecuted For Righteousness’ Sake

The last days’ gospel of Almighty God is spreading in Mainland China like rolling thunders and surging waves. It has shaken the whole religious community and has at the same time been condemned and rejected by all denominations of the religious community and persecuted by the kings of the world. Many people with ulterior motives disregard the truth. They fabricate rumors as they desire and spread slander against Almighty God to obstruct the spread of the last days’ gospel of Almighty God. Some brothers and sisters who do not know the truth think that since it is the true way it should not be persecuted. Here I will talk about my understanding of the viewpoint “If it is the true way it cannot be persecuted.” I would also like to get guidance from the brothers and sisters from all denominations.We must talk about this issue from the Lord Jesus first.

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The Life Force That Can Never Be Extinguished

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Dong Mei, Henan Province

I am an ordinary person. I lived in a run-of-the-mill life. Like many who yearn for the light, I tried lots of ways to search for the true meaning of human existence, attempting to give my life more significance. In the end, all my efforts were in vain. But after I was fortunate enough to accept Almighty God’s work of the last days, miraculous changes occurred in my life. It brought more color to my life, and I came to understand that only God is the true Provider of people’s spirits and lives, and only God’s words are the true meaning of human life. I was glad that I had finally found the right way of life. However, whilst performing my duty I was once illegally arrested and brutally tortured by the CCP government. From this, my life’s journey gained an experience that I’ll never forget … Continue reading “The Life Force That Can Never Be Extinguished”

Christian Variety Show | “Surveillance” (Crosstalk) | The CCP Uses High Tech to Violate Human Rights

Since the CCP took power, it has always attacked dissidents and persecuted religious faith. To permanently control China’s people, the CCP has spent massive sums to build many kinds of national surveillance networks, and monitoring of Christians is especially intense. The multiple layers of phone monitoring, internet monitoring, and surveillance cameras have allowed the CCP to wildly arrest countless Christians, many more have been forced to leave home and wander, many others are in jail, and some have even been crippled or killed! Continue reading “Christian Variety Show | “Surveillance” (Crosstalk) | The CCP Uses High Tech to Violate Human Rights”

Christian Variety Show | “Gathering in a Cowshed” Skit | It’s So Hard to Believe in God in China

Christian Variety Show | “Gathering in a Cowshed” Skit | It’s So Hard to Believe in God in China Currently, the atheist CCP government’s persecution of Christians is increasing by the day. Believers are facing restrictions on practicing their faith at every turn; they can’t even find a place to gather in peace. Left with no other choice, Liu Xiumin can only host a gathering with her brothers and sisters in her cowshed. But while they are gathering, village cadres come one after another to look around, making various excuses, and then even bring the CCP police in…. Continue reading “Christian Variety Show | “Gathering in a Cowshed” Skit | It’s So Hard to Believe in God in China”