Do not eat and drink in dreams! You will be hungry and thirsty as before.

Prophet Isaiah says:

“And it will be as when a hungry man dreams- And behold, he is eating; But when he awakens, his hunger is not satisfied, Or as when a thirsty man dreams- And behold, he is drinking, But when he awakens, behold, he is faint, And his thirst is not quenched…” (Isaiah 29:28)

This site is dedicated to those who are burdened and feel emptiness in spite of following Jesus.

Why are we so hungry and thirty even if we are eating and drinking the word of Jesus for long? That’s because we are doing so in dreams.
What does it mean?
It means that we are interpreting the Scripture as the moral and ethic law of men to obey and labor, not as the life-giving words of God. Basically, we are destined to read the Scripture as ethics of this world until we meet life-giving Jesus in person who will appear to us as an apostle who has the spirit of Christ.

Jesus Christ is the Savior.
He came on earth in the flesh and saved his disciples by leading them for three and half years, and He was crucified and was resurrected in each disciples as the spirit of Christ on Pentecost.

By this resurrection of Jesus in each of the disciples, they received the same life of Jesus and could do what Jesus did. Thus, the disciples were saved and born again with new life. Now, they became apostles sent by Jesus Christ.
Apostle Paul says as follows:

[Galatians 2:20]
I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ lives in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.

At Apostle Paul’s age, Paul was playing the role of the incarnated Jesus and gave salvation and sinless life to his church members, because he had the spirit of Christ in him. That is, through Apostle Paul, his church members were saved and received new life even though they could not meet the Jesus Christ Himself in the flesh.

Likewise, at our age, we cannot meet the incarnated Jesus Himself, but we can meet one of the apostles like Paul around us. And he, playing the role of Jesus Christ, will give us salvation and new life because he has the spirit of Christ. We are to meet an apostle around us if we want to receive true salvation and sinless life.

Consider that the promised forgiveness of sin by the Scripture is once-and-for-all forgiveness through Jesus, which is completed by giving sinless life to us. If you realize you sin every now and then while believing in Jesus, then your current salvation and forgiveness of sin are misguided somewhere, because that is not the once-and-for-all forgiveness of sin given by Jesus.

If we believe in Jesus without meeting Him as an incarnated person, that is, an apostle in our case, we’ve got to believe in Him in dreams and consequently are not satisfied.

The apostle will let us know the life-giving meanings of the Scripture. And through him, we too will have the sinless life of Jesus and live doing what He did naturally. This is the man who really follows Jesus.

Read Isaiah.

Why spend money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and your soul will delight in the richest of fare. (Isaiah 55:2)

Come! Let us have awakenings to the Scripture.
We will be satisfied in Jesus at last.


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Stop trying to find the one lost sheep…… Be the one lost sheep!

In Luke 15, Jesus said that when a shepherd has lost one sheep, he will leave all the others to find that one and bring it home. We tend to interpret this to mean that we need to be the shepherd and bring back the lost sheep–the dismayed former church member.

Actually, we have expended a lot of energy and effort trying to do this. However, is our understanding of this parable correct?

In the book “Fresh Eyes to read the Bible I” the author points out that if we interpret this fundamental parable in this way, then we misunderstand Jesus’ message.

Firstly, when the shepherd(Jesus) found the one lost sheep, he brought it to his home and did not return it to the wilderness where the sheep had been; where the other 99 sheep were.

Secondly, the shepherd shows great joy over the one lost sheep that was found, not over the remaining 99 sheep.

Thirdly, the shepherd is the friend of the one lost sheep, not the 99 sheep, because he brought it to his home where his friends were.

The one lost sheep, when found by the shepherd, represents the repentant sinner who is in the kingdom of God and the 99 remaining sheep represent the self-righteous and non-repentant sinners, who are in the wilderness.

Through this book, you may be shocked to realize that what you understand of the Bible is quite different to the real meaning of the Scripture. You now need a fresh perspective!

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Seventy Sevens

The seventy weeks in Daniel has the meaning of one man’s salvation and coming of the Holy Spirit into him. Also it represents his time of being born again and reaching to the faith-growing step of Acts in the Bible arrangement.

Seventy Weeks

Let us look at the Daniel chapter 9, verse 24, which is widely known as the description of the end times.

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This video will give us an insight into the basic nature of sin. To know what the sin is is to know who we are, why we are here and where we are going. Watch carefully!

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What Is Original Sin and Its Inheritance?

Adam is the representative of all humanity. As such, what Adam did is what we do. We, each of us, ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, as it is revealed by the act of Adam. So, we each are original sinners, not Adam alone.

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“Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

Believed in Jesus for so long, and yet, why is my mind so empty? Meet the real Jesus who is testified by the fresh and true meanings of the Scripture.

Let the one who is thirsty come.
Let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost.