“What Manner of Man Is This?”

David Brandt Berg

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He came to Earth as a tiny, weak and help­less baby, born to a simple, humble young girl who miraculously conceived the child, having never slept with any man. In fact, the news of her pregnancy was so shocking that when the man to whom she was engaged to be married learned about it, he decided to break the engagement and call off the wedding—until a powerful celestial be­ing in­tervened and instructed him to stay with her and raise this very spe­cial child.

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Who Is Jesus?

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“This Jesus of Nazareth, without money and arms, conquered more millions than Alexander, Caesar and Napoleon. Without science and learning He shed more light on things human and things divine than all philosophers and scholars combined. Without the eloquence of schools, He spoke such Words of Life as were never spoken[...] read more

Flesh or Spirit?

David Brandt Berg

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The most raging religious controversy the world has ever known has been between the do-it-yourself religions and the God-alone-can-save-you kind. Man has always been trying to save himself, to work his way to Heaven, with just a little help from God thrown in. That way he can give himself most of the credit and go his own way.

The first murder was committed by a religionist of the do-it-yourself kind, Cain (the oldest son of the first couple, Adam and Eve). Cain killed his[...] read more

A Declaration of Love!

David Brandt Berg

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As Christians, we believe in love!—Love for God and others, for “God is love” (1 John 4:8). That’s our religion—love!

Love is everything, for without love there is nothing: no friends, no caring families, no loving fathers or mothers or children or happiness or Heaven. There could be none of these without love! And none of these could exist without God, for God is love.

Love is the primary solution to all of man’s problems of today, as well as those of the past—true[...] read more