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This book is a literary work that takes a middle form between a novel and a poem. It is a novel and poem at the same time. It is a satirical prose poem with a story. It is also a bitter criticism of the awkwardness and unfairness of the church. Let us remove the thick and dirty dress of the church that we attended and look straight at its clear naked face. Let’s strip away the colorful silk embellishing the modern church and observe the white flesh of the church. Now let’s go into the book. Our Father’s name was not hallowed, And he had been treated as a poor person Begging and sitting down on the street. A pastor sang a hymn with church members, Created a solemn atmosphere, And circulated a cheap offertory box among the members. "Alms, please. Alms, please." When we think about the church, we think of Jesus first. And then what? We worry about offerings. The greatest matter of contention in the church is the question of offerings. It is a fact that pastors treat offerings as an important issue when preaching or making the church bulletin. Jesus said that although offerings are important, be sure you have not omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith. Is it not being carried out by changing back and forth? If Jesus visited the church now, As he did in the temple of Jerusalem, First of all, overthrowing the offertory box Jesus will say, ‘My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.’ I looked for a sign that we are going to church. Jesus said, “As I have loved you, that you also love one another.” Do we now practice this commandment well? Do you think that because we love each other, everyone knows that we are disciples of Jesus? ‘Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.’ We should not seek our neighbor Only in our own home or in our church. They are not the only neighbors. Where had she thrown away the teachings of Jesus? Then she was sitting, Reading the Holy Bible. She had hurt the mind of strangers And made them cry tears. And she just sat back And read the Holy Bible with a small voice. I wished ardently to take the Holy Bible out of her hands And throw it out of the window. If we believe in our heart And confess with our mouth, He said that if we believe, We will be saved. Why is it that people do not believe that easily? Jesus told us that we could not enter the kingdom of heaven By only saying Lord, Lord. What? He said that those who moved to action According to the will of Our Father Could enter the kingdom of heaven. Pastors strongly preached Paul’s letter. If we valued Paul’s letter more than Jesus’ words, We should not use the name "Presbyterian Church of Jesus Christ.". We should use the name "Presbyterian Church of Paul." In fact, Christianity is mostly a religion That places more emphasis on Paul’s teachings. It’s not the Christianity of Jesus But the Christianity of Paul. We called worship of Maria a heresy. But along the way, we worshiped Paul. "The pastor said that if you believe in Jesus, you will go to heaven," Church members said. But we must listen to Jesus, Not the pastor. After asking for belief, We must move to action according to the will of Our Father. We believed it, But did not do it. This is not true believing. We are trapped in numerous speculations about and conflicts over salvation. If we find exactly what Jesus’ teachings are in the Gospels, we will be able to escape such speculations and conflicts. With the help of Neural Machine Translation (Google Translator, Naver Translator), the author translated it into English by himself and had it proofread by Editage. This e-book was published in Korea through an Internet bookstore, and it was simultaneously published in the USA and Canada through Amazon.
bound: 131 pages
publisher: Independently published (March 25, 2017)
isbn: 1520887221, 978-1520887227,
weight: 7 ounces (