Unlocking the Mystery of Human Life

Every year thousands of homeless men and women

in this country have lost their homes through foreclosure, tragedy, calamitous destruction and unforeseen cataclysm. Eventually, however, they do find homes with the assistance of friends, families and governmental agencies.


Did you know, at Christ’s birth, there was no room for Him in the Inn? Thus, He was born in a manger. In His marvelous earthly ministry there was no place for Him to rest. “The foxes have holes, and the birds of heaven have roosts, but the Son of Man does not have a place where He may lay His head” (Luke 9:58). Even the foxes and the birds have a resting place, but Christ did not have a place of rest.


Therefore, the ultimate question is, “What does it mean to be homeless?” Firstly, in the Gospel of John, Christ as the eternal Word of God came through incarnation to bring God into man that He might be your life and life supply. Secondly, Christ, as the Man Jesus, went through death and resurrection to bring man into God for the building of God’s habitation, God’s dwelling place, God’s home! Moreover, Christ passed through death and resurrection in order to be transfigured from the flesh into the Spirit that He might enter into you, dwell in you and make in you a place, His home!






“That Christ may make His home in your hearts through faith,..” (Ephesians 3: 17a).



























































                        Let’s pray a simple prayer:


Oh Lord Jesus, Oh Lord Jesus, I open my whole heart to You. I confess that I am a sinner, please forgive me of all my sins and cleanse me by Your precious blood. Oh Lord Jesus, build Yourself into me that I may no longer be a homeless person. I ask You to come, dwell and build Yourself into my heart and make my heart Your home! Oh Lord Jesus, I receive You into my heart right now that You may live in me, dwell in me and make Your home in my heart. Thank You for coming into my heart, Lord, that we may be built together as a mutual building, a mutual abode and a mutual dwelling place! Amen!






























Are you homeless?

God’s desire in His divine economy is to work Himself, build Himself and make His home in your heart in Christ as His embodiment. This is too wonderful!!! Regrettably, your heart is still void of Christ, still vacant, still empty and still unoccupied. Day by day, your heart is filled with many other things and consequently, Christ cannot come into you to make His home in your heart.


Are you homeless? Won’t you let Christ come in and make His home in your heart? He is still waiting.


To make home is much deeper than to dwell. The Lord does not just want to dwell in you, He wants to build Himself into you and make His home in your heart! Therefore, once you have received Christ, He will dwell in you and He will build Himself as the very element into your being to build up a kind of intrinsic constitution for Him to dwell in. So day-by-day, this indwelling Christ can build and constitute a marvelous structure in you for Him to dwell in as His home!

Are you homeless?

Will you let this wonderful Christ make His home in your heart?

The Lord said, “If anyone loves Me… We [My Father and I] will come to him and make an abode with him” (John 14:23). To make an abode is to build a house, which is the Father’s house composed of all His believers who have allowed Christ to make His home in their hearts.

 Are you homeless?


Will you allow Him to come into your heart and make His home?

In John 15:4 the Lord said, “Abide in Me and I in you.” This implies building! If you abide in Christ, you are built into Christ. Likewise, while Christ abides in you, He is building Himself into your being. Eventually, there is a mutual abiding, a mutual dwelling and a mutual building in your heart that Christ can make His home!

Hence, if you do not have Christ making His home in your heart, you are truly homeless. Right now, however, you can receive this wonderful One into your heart that Christ may make His home in your heart. You no longer need to be a homeless person.

Are you willing to let Christ come in to abide in you?

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We look forward to fellowshipping with you. May the Lord richly bless this fellowship in His Name.

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