The soul & hometown.
Do you know there is soul?
Many people think that there is not soul because the soul is not invisible for us.
But, there must be the soul.
God created man from the dust which means the body and the breath of life which is the soul.
The Bible says that we were in the kingdom of heaven as angels.
Jesus also taught that there is soul.
As there is soul, there must be our spiritual hometown which is the kingdom of heaven.
Let us return to the kingdom of heaven.
God created all things and planned the work of redemption for our salvation. We can go back to our heavenly hometown by galloping the teachings of God.
Definitely there is soul. We have not only physical body but also spiritual body. The eternal kingdom of God is the place, where we will go back for our spiritual life!
You know what? God created man with the dust and the breath of life. The dust means the body, that is, the flesh and the breath of life is soul. So, those two combine and form a man, a living being. When a man dies, two things separate and each of them returns to the place it came from. As the body came from the ground, it returns to the ground. As the breath of life came from God, it returns to God. So, we were angels living with God in heaven before we came down to this earth. Then, why were we living on this earth? Through the teachings of Jesus, we can fully understand that we committed a grave sin in heaven. Then, how can we go back to the kingdom of heaven? We should be forgiven our sins through the Passover of the new covenant. Only through the Passover, we can return to heaven. I truly give thanks to Christ Ahnsahnghong and Heavenly Mother.
Most people think that life begins when you are born on this earth and ends when you die.
That is why religion is also used for the purpose of receiving help while living on this earth.
People see religion as a means of comfort and social and personal help in living. As a result, most of our prayer topics are for this earth.
Christ Ahnsahnghong, who established the Church of God, taught very clearly about the role of religion, the reason to have faith, and the ultimate purpose of faith.