I feel that we focus too much on the negatives and bad things in life. If we are more willing to see the good things around us, we will be able to change our family. Starting with the family, we will change the neighbors nearby, and then the others who live in our neighborhoods and cities. We will be able to bring peace and love to our world, which is what the world desires very much.

——Guo Liangyuan's "The Record of Mother Teresa's Sayings"

Jesus Has My Back

As long as we have done our best, we should not be discouraged by failure, nor be arrogant because of success. Instead, we should owe all the glory to God with the deepest gratitude.

——Guo Liangyuan's "The Record of Mother Teresa's Sayings"

"The Mission of Jesus"


One month after Jesus was resurrected, he appeared to his friends many times. In those days, Jesus taught his disciples a lot of things.

 

One day, Jesus was talking with his disciples on the slopes of the Mount of Olives. Jesus raised his hands and prayed for them. At that moment, people saw Jesus rising higher and higher until he was hidden by a shining cloud. People still refused to leave, watching the sky where Jesus disappeared for a long, long time. They are waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit.

 

The crowd was raging, and Peter stood up and spoke. The other apostles gathered around Peter and expressed their support for him.

 

"Listen!" Peter began to preach, and the noisy voice just stopped, and people listened to Peter's explanation.

 

"We didn't drink!" Peter said, "It's too early to do this kind of thing in the morning. We want to tell everyone what changed me. Do you remember that the prophet Joel said hundreds of years ago that God would descend on him? On every child? That is foreshadowing the miracle that is happening today. God has descended on the Holy Spirit, and this is the reason. Just a few weeks ago, the Passover, Jews, you contributed to the death of Jesus. He is a good one. Teacher, he performed miracles to prove that he came from God. But you and your leaders will nail him to the cross and put him to death, and you will get your wish."

"But our Lord Jesus did not die under the conspiracies and tricks of those despicable men. This is just a step in God's great plan—Jesus will suffer the bad luck of death. These are not because of his own sins, but because of his own sins. Redeem us and dedicate ourselves."

 

"The matter is not over here. God will not let Jesus rot in the tomb and he will rise again. Today we want to tell everyone that there is no doubt that the savior is Jesus, and he is the Messiah King God gave us!"

 

Peter's preaching caused a sensation, and as soon as his words were over, the people below began to sigh. If he was right, what a terrible thing they did. People's consciences were deeply pierced, and they blamed themselves and shouted for the death of God's Messiah.

 

"Can we do something to remedy it?" they asked.

 

"If you really repent from the bottom of your heart..." Peter replied, "Then come back to God and believe in Jesus. Receive baptism to show that you stay away from your sins and follow Jesus. God will forgive you and give you him. The Holy Spirit."

 

Many people believed Peter's words and did what he said. There were as many as three thousand people following Jesus that day. They meet regularly, eat together, pray together, and learn about following Jesus from the apostles.

 

Story 2: "A Letter from Paul"

 

No matter where Paul preached, people who listened to and trusted the gospel would form a church in the city where they lived.

 

Paul elects leaders for these new churches, and always unreservedly teaches everything he knows to Christians before leaving. After he left, he often missed them and prayed devoutly for them. Paul always encouraged them by writing letters, reminding them of their mistakes, and answering their questions.

 

After Paul was thrown into prison, he had more time to write letters, so he used this to preach. It was always dictated by Paul, ghostwriter by a Christian friend.

One day, Epaphroditus came to visit Paul in the prison. He brought Paul the money he needed to live from the city of Philippi where Lydia and the Roman prison officer lived.

 

Paul was very happy to see him. He took a completed letter with him.

 

"I am extremely grateful for the gift you generously gave me," he wrote. "This gift is not just money, but it shows me your care and concern for me, and shows me your warm and sincere heart. God will be happy to know this."

 

However, Epaphroditus also brought bad news: two women in the church quarreled and refused to get back together.

 

"Please correct this mistake." Paul corrected in the letter. "Think about Jesus. Although he is the Lord, he is so humble, kind and tolerant. You should learn from him."

 

Some of Paul's letters are addressed to individual Christians. Timothy was a young assistant, and he sometimes took care of the affairs of the new church for Paul. Paul wrote to him and taught him how to lead the church.

 

Paul loved Timothy deeply and told him how he felt to face death for the Lord. He recalled his Christian career as a race.

 

"My journey is coming to an end." He said to Timothy, "I am looking forward to the reward for me-everyone who loves the Lord will also be rewarded. Please come to see me as soon as possible-if Yes, please before winter. Also, can you bring my warm cloak? I left it in Troia. Can I bring my books again? All the Christians here will salute you ."

 

Story 2: "A Letter from Paul"

 

No matter where Paul preached, people who listened to and trusted the gospel would form a church in the city where they lived.

 

Paul elects leaders for these new churches, and always unreservedly teaches everything he knows to Christians before leaving. After he left, he often missed them and prayed devoutly for them. Paul always encouraged them by writing letters, reminding them of their mistakes, and answering their questions.

 

After Paul was thrown into prison, he had more time to write letters, so he used this to preach. It was always dictated by Paul, ghostwriter by a Christian friend.

 

One day, Epaphroditus came to visit Paul in the prison. He brought Paul the money he needed to live from the city of Philippi where Lydia and the Roman prison officer lived.

 

Paul was very happy to see him. He took a completed letter with him.

 

"I am extremely grateful for the gift you generously gave me," he wrote. "This gift is not just money, but it shows me your care and concern for me, and shows me your warm and sincere heart. God will be happy to know this."

 

However, Epaphroditus also brought bad news: two women in the church quarreled and refused to get back together.

 

"Please correct this mistake." Paul corrected in the letter. "Think about Jesus. Although he is the Lord, he is so humble, kind and tolerant. You should learn from him."

 

Some of Paul's letters are addressed to individual Christians. Timothy was a young assistant, and he sometimes took care of the affairs of the new church for Paul. Paul wrote to him and taught him how to lead the church.

 

Paul loved Timothy deeply and told him how he felt to face death for the Lord. He recalled his Christian career as a race.

 

"My journey is coming to an end." He said to Timothy, "I am looking forward to the reward for me-everyone who loves the Lord will also be rewarded. Please come to see me as soon as possible-if Yes, please before winter. Also, can you bring my warm cloak? I left it in Troia. Can I bring my books again? All the Christians here will salute you ."

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