Cho Yeonghan is a pastor of a church in South Korea. He served the Lord enthusiastically for decades and earned the deep respect of his fellow believers. In recent years, his church became more desolate day by day. Evil deeds were more and more common, and even he often found himself mired in sin. As a result, he was extremely miserable and felt very confused. … After much consideration, he resolutely gave up his position as a pastor and left his denomination, searching for a church that had, hoping that he would be able to find the path to casting off his sin. He visited several sects, but their desolation and depravity just made him more lost, confused, and helpless. He cried out to the Lord: “Lord! Where are you?” When Cho Yeonghan, began to look into the work of Almighty God in , he was pleasantly surprised to discover Almighty God’s words are full of authority, power, and are the truth! After listening to the fellowship and testimony of the witnesses from The Church of Almighty God, Cho Yeonghan came to understand from Almighty God’s words that as a believer in the , he has had his sins forgiven and has been saved by God’s grace, which means God would never brand him as a sinner again, and he is entitled to come before God and pray and enjoy God’s grace and blessings. However, due to his deeply-ingrained sinful nature, he is still bound by and controlled by sin, and cannot become holy. Only through accepting the judgment and chastisement of Almighty God’s word in the last days will he be able to gradually break away from sin, truly attain purification and salvation, and be led by God into His kingdom. At this time, Cho Yeonghan was filled with excitement, and he happily accepted Almighty God’s work in the last days and returned to stand before God’s throne.
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Now, disasters are occurring frequently everywhere. In the Philippines, the pandemic and the famine have not passed yet and powerful Typhoon Molave, Goni and Tropical Storm Atsani have landed. Biblical prophecies of the coming of the Lord have been fulfilled. It stands to reason that the Lord has returned—so why have we yet to welcome His arrival? Will we not be plunged into the great tribulation if this carries on? And just what should we do to welcome the Lord’s coming?