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Inner Healing Prayer Meeting: Only Through Jesus Christ Can We Get Eternal Life

On Apr 28, 2017 01:35 PM EDT
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On Friday April 21 at the inner healing prayer meeting, Pastor Suyan shared graceful messages with the following theme: " Knowing your Sin deeper, open the deeper grace and love the world of Christ ".  She shared the metaphor of the young rich man in Matthew 19:16-21.

Through this messages, Jesus Christ wants us to know that only God is good and people are evil.  So as sinners, we can't do good things to get eternal life.

What's sin? Sin is doing what is against the law. The essence of the law is to love the Lord your God with your whole heart, whole strength, whole will and the next is to love others. If we do not have the heart of love, then it is sin and everything that is done is evil, which is to satisfy your own desires.

So we need Jesus Christ's grace to love God and others. Only through Jesus Christ can we get eternal life.

Through the inner healing prayer, some members started to pray to God for repentance.  They prayed for the grace of the Lord Jesus, and to no longer rely on their own actions and come to God.

A member shared her thoughts and feelings after prayer:

"The most important thing about faith is not what I do but what kind of seed is in my heart. For a long time, inside my faith stayed at what I did and what I could do. The more I run when I feel more tired, the more there is misunderstanding and hate towards God.  I feel the whole life is deceived by God. In fact, the seeds inside me did not change, which is bad seed, so I did not bear fruit and it is the fruit of evil. Now, thanks to God, no matter what my life has gone through, God has planted the seed of Jesus Christ in my heart. Hope that this seed can grow healthy to produce fruitful fruits."

 

 

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