The Mark of the Beast
Christians have already tried to interpret this topic from several directions, but I don’t think they are looking for answers in the right place. Each age has its own fashion, and so it is with the mark of the beast. In modern times, due to advances in technology, it is imagined in the form of implantable microchips, or by consuming an energy drink called Monster, the sign in Hebrew 666.
Why did God appear on the mountain? To give His law to the people! And why did He appear in a fire? Because what comes from this world cannot survive the fire of God. Because there is nothing in this world that can survive in the presence of God! Therefore, we either obey His word and may have fellowship with God, or we disobey, but then His fire consumes us.
The key to our relationship with God is obedience. This is how we can get closer to Him, not through our emotions. Yet many choose the emotional path, so there is more praise in the place of obedience, and more prayer in the place of deeds. There is confusion in Christianity because they try to understand God through emotions.
Signs and Wonders
We will see from God’s Word how God gives His signs and wonders. Even in our daily lives, we experience the miracles of God, and occasionally as a great testimony in healing from a deadly disease, in the form of escaping hopeless situations. It is part of our lives, already those who have a personal relationship with the Lord in reality.
The Word of God mentions infertility in many places, today we will look at what counts as infertility and the fate of those who live in this way. Infertility is often confused with bad fruits, but it is not the same. Bad fruits signify evil deeds, while infertility (unfruitful), testifies an idle state.
Who are the spiritual Jews?
The word of God teaches us that we must be Jews if we want to be righteous in the eyes of the Lord. But before there is a misunderstanding, I am talking about spiritual Jews. Who can be spiritually Jewish? Those who follow the actions of their ancestors (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob), regardless of their nationality.