Thanksgiving 2018: Never Too Busy for God

Thanksgiving 2018: Never Too Busy for God

Grace Christian Huynh

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” (I Thessalonians 5:18).

Hello everybody. I hope this post finds you well and that you had a blessed 2018. I wanted to take the time to share with you how 2018 went so far for me in the spirit of the Thanksgiving week. I’m in my second year of pharmacy school, and I spend most of my time on school work; pharmacy school is not easy, I’m not going to lie. Despite the challenges, I still find many things in my life I call blessings from the Father including the struggles. I’m able to keep up my grades and scholarships, and I had the honor of designing a class pin.

The structure of my classes this semester leaves very little time to myself that I don’t already spend either catching up on my sleep or studying the Word. To summarize, every day I must read material to prepare for a morning quiz in a class. That activity itself can take several hours as I must prepare for multiple quizzes in a school day. In the face of the most difficult classes I’ve been through, I still make good grades and maintain my scholarships. I owe it all to the Lord.

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Thanksgiving 2018: Thanking the Lord

Thanksgiving 2018: Thanking the Lord

Jay Christian Huynh

Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ;” (Ephesians 5:20).

This Thanksgiving, I dedicate this writing to giving thanks to the Lord for all that He gave me. Although my major is in IT, I am still working to get through my core curriculum classes. This year of college is challenging, but the Lord is helping me through it.

Even though I work hard to achieve good grades, I know that God was there to guide me. College is a difficult occupation as most of my time is consumed by class, study, assignments, or sleep. I’ve little time for anything else, especially as I progress with more difficult courses and heavier workloads. I know that if I relied on my own strength to go through college, I would not do as well as I am now.

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.” (Philippians 4:13).

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Hosea 6:1-2 and The End of the World – Part 2

The end of the world is an event that will take place for seven years. During this time, God will end the sinful era of humanity and usher in a new era ruled by the Lord Jesus Christ, as prophesied in the Book of Revelation.

Come, and let us return unto the LORD: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up. After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.” (Hosea 6:1-2).

For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, and as a watch in the night.” (Psalms 90:4).

But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” (II Peter 3:8).

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

In the article “Hosea 6:1-2 and the End of the World[1], we came up with the following hypothesis based on the prophecy in Hosea 6:1-2: Continue reading

Letter from Dad and Mom to Grace and Jay

From Dad and Mom
to Grace and Jay


Dear beloved Grace and Jay,

Today is the last day of the first month of 2018. Dad and mom want to share some very important Scriptures with both of you to help you prepare your life for the next coming years. We sincerely believe that we will live to see the coming of the end of the world, an event foretold by the prophecy in Revelation. Therefore, we must know and correctly understand the Word of God and live according to God’s will with all our hearts.

First, please read the following questions then read the Scriptures which we quote from “A literal translation of the Old Testament and the New Testament” by John Nelson Darby to find the answers that are based on the Word of God:
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02 The Dream of a Great King



After the Israelites entered the promised land of Canaan, they lived through the three most prosperous dynasties in the history of Israel. Due to the idolatry that King Solomon brought into Israel, God divided Israel into two kingdoms in 930 BCE, after his death. The northern kingdom, which consisted of ten tribes, was named Israel. The southern kingdom, which included the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, was named Judah. After being divided into two kingdoms, the Israelites continued to sin against God. In 722 BCE, the kingdom of Israel was destroyed by the Assyrian Empire, and in 587 BCE, the kingdom of Judah was destroyed by the Babylonian Empire, which was also called the Empire of Chaldea. Both the people of Chaldea and Israel were the descendants of Shem, the youngest son of Noah.

In 606 BCE, prior to destroying the kingdom of Judah, Nebuchadnezzar II of the Babylonian Empire invaded Jerusalem to punish King Jehoiakim of Judah for being in an alliance with the Egyptian Empire against the Babylonian Empire. The Bible wrote about the war as follows: Continue reading

01 What Does the End of the World Mean?



Throughout history, the idea of an end to the world preoccupied the minds of mankind. However, never has an apocalyptic event been mentioned as often as in the period from the year 2000 to the present, especially with the “2012 phenomenon” fever that led to the creation of the movie 2012.

As of July 23, 2017, if we search the Internet for the term “the end of the world,” we will receive about 415,000,000 results. If we wanted to read all of those results, dedicating one minute per result without rest, we would need about 790 years. Yet, even with such a great volume of information handy like that, too few people really understand the true meaning of the term “the end of the world.” The main problem is that there is simply too much information out there that conflicts with the prophecies of the Bible, causing confusion about the end of the world. Continue reading

00 Introduction



Dear readers,

Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Thank you for choosing to read this book. We greet you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ because this book was written in His name to help its readers to know Him, His salvation, His teachings, and the coming of His Kingdom.

We pray that this book, “The End of the World According to the Bible,” together with our other book, “Commentary on the Book of Revelation Verse by Verse,” will be a great blessing to you.

Some of the readers of these books will be Christians, who sincerely believe in the salvation of God, which was freely given to all people through the Lord Jesus Christ. The rest of the readers will be non-Christians, who do not believe in the salvation of God, but may want to know about salvation and the true doctrines of the Bible. Continue reading

Dates of the Lord’s Resurrection and Pentecost

Most denominations in Christianity follow the Catholic way of determining the dates to commemorate the crucifixion and the resurrection of the Lord, which they name “Good Friday” and “Easter Sunday”, respectively. Also, the Pentecost was set on the eighth Sunday after Easter Sunday. However, the modern day traditions and the timing of these three ceremonies are Biblically unfounded. Sadly, most of the people of God follow the traditions of Christianity without examining whether the tradition is true to the Bible. The Word of God teaches that whatever the people of God do, they must do it for the glory of God and in the name of Jesus:

Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” (I Corinthians 10:31).

And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father by Him.” (Colossians 3:17).

If the people of God celebrate the resurrection of Christ and Pentecost according to the unbiblical traditions of Christianity, how can those celebrations be done for the glory of God and in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ? To make it even worse, they call the resurrection of the Lord by the name of a pagan god, Easter! Let’s briefly cover how Christianity incorrectly determined these dates.

In 325, through the First Council of Nicaea, the Catholic Church decreed that the remembrance of the Lord’s Resurrection would be held on the first Sunday after the first full moon occurring on or after the vernal equinox [1]. The vernal equinox in the Northern Hemisphere is also known as the March or spring equinox. It marks the moment when the Sun crosses the celestial equator, the imaginary line above the Earth’s equator, from south to north. This happens on March 19th, 20th, or 21st every year. The Catholic Church also decreed that the remembrance of the Lord Jesus Christ’s crucifixion would be commemorated on the Friday before that Sunday. Continue reading

Hosea 6:1-2 and The End of the World

The end of the world is an event that will take place for seven years. During this time, God will end the sinful era of humanity and usher in a new era ruled by the Lord Jesus Christ, as prophesied in the Book of Revelation.

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

Last week, while I was searching for scriptures for the sermon “Dates of the Lord’s Resurrection and the Pentecost”, Hosea 6:2 appeared in the list of my search results. I read it and ignored it because the verse did not relate to the sermon. Yet, that verse stayed in my mind with the thought that it was related to the end of the world. This week, I studied Hosea 6:1-2 and prayed so that God would help me prepare a sermon to share what I learned with the Church.

In our world today, there are many people who believe in *God’s salvation but still live in sin. These people have a passion for sins such as arrogance, fornication, and the love of money. They do not believe that the Lord can come at any time. Those who are awake and look forward to the coming of the Lord can see that the end is very near. The present, sinful state of the world is no different from Noah’s time, before the Great Flood. In fact, people have found new ways to sin, and the world is becoming more unholy. For instance, the movement to legalize same-sex marriage around the world is the last drop to overflow the cup of *God’s wrath.

Therefore, whatever I present in this sermon is crucial. I ask you, by any means, to please share this sermon with as many people as you can, especially with your relatives. Sharing this sermon may help bring many people towards salvation, even after you are raptured out of this world. As for you, please be diligent and pray so that you do not fall into any temptations and are ready for the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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God, the God, the Godhead


The Bible is God’s Word and is the only true and reliable source that teaches us about God. Analyzing the Bible’s original usage of the word “God” can tell us a lot more about Him than the current English usages. The word “God” has a Biblical meaning: the only eternal and self-existing Being Who created and preserved all things. According to the Bible, the one God exists in three persons as the God, the Word, and the Spirit. When He interacts with human beings, He is called God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

Originally, the majority of the Bible was written in Hebrew (Old Testament) and Greek (New Testament), and a small portion of the Old Testament was written in Aramaic (Ezra 4:8-6:18; 7:12-26; Daniel 2:4b-7:28). In all three languages, the use of the definite article served to distinguish the many forms of God. The usage of “God” and “the God” in the Bible’s original languages is very clear. However, that distinctive usage was lost when the Bible was translated into other languages, especially English.

Below is a list of the nouns for God in the Biblical languages in order of their appearance in the Bible. Each word is paired with its English translation with its corresponding Strong’s numbers.

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Misunderstanding, Mistakes, and Sin

Misunderstanding is not being able to correctly understand something. We may misunderstand something because someone’s behavior, words, or actions are unclear, or we fail to pay attention to those things, or because we have prejudice.

Mistakes are violations of recognized rules, regulations, or general principles that are not contrary to the commandments of God.

Sin is a violation of the commandments of God or the laws of the country that do not contradict the law of God.

As God’s people, let us remember the following:
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The Mystery of the Gospel

Since before the beginning of creation, *God (see note [1] for the use of “*God”) foreknew that man, who He was going to create, would rebel against Him. Yet, He created man anyway because the almightiness and full goodness of God must be expressed through the act of creating. Once the creation was complete, there must exist a most noble creature appointed to take charge of all the rest of the creatures. In order to rule, the noblest creature must be like God. In order to be like God, the creature must have free will. This highest noble creature is man, who was created in God’s image and likeness (Genesis 1:26). God gave man absolute free will; not even God Himself would force man to change his decisions.

*God foreknew that man would sin and perish, but He also foreknew that if man was given a chance, there would be many people who would choose to repent and obey Him. Therefore, *God already had a plan for the punishment of sin and man’s salvation from sin. Salvation is the Gospel and one of the age-old mysteries of *God, which was hidden for generations, but finally made manifest to His saints by the Lord Jesus Christ (Colossians 1:26). Although the Gospel is preached to all of the people, the mystery of the Gospel is only revealed to those who sincerely accepted the Gospel, the saints of *God. Continue reading

Journey Toward the Eternal Country

.On August 5, 2011, the Juno spacecraft was launched by NASA to explore Jupiter. Juno is capable of reaching speeds up to 165,000 mph [1], [2]. After a journey of almost five years, covering almost 1.8 billion miles in space, Juno entered Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. (To watch real time video on the mission, you can download a free app from NASA [3].)

Juno is the fastest man-made object at this time compared to the man-made vehicles we normally travel in that have an average speed not over 65 mph. In fact, if you think about it, we are actually on a huge, fully equipped spaceship created by God called Earth, which moves at an average speed of 515.000 mph. In other words, within just one tick of a clock, we are traveling 143 miles per second. With that speed, we only need less than five seconds to go from Hanoi to Saigon, a distance of about 707 miles.

Each one of us, since the day we were formed in our mothers’ wombs, are in cosmic journeys with high speeds and long routes, of which we have no choice. Continue reading

About Us


We, Timothy Christian Huynh (1954) and Priscilla Christian Huynh (1959), are Vietnam-born Chinese who now are U.S. citizens and live in Texas, USA. We do not identify with the Christian denominations in the world, but rather belong to the Church of God and Jesus Christ per biblical description. We believe that we are saved through our faith in God’s grace and do not solely rely on our ability to follow the commandments for our salvation. Therefore, we truly repent of our sins, completely believe in the atoning death of the Lord Jesus Christ, and wholeheartedly obey the commandments of God. Together, we live a new life in Christ and worship God. Our goal is to help others know about Him as well as to sin no more by keeping God’s commandments. Continue reading

Basic Teachings of the Bible

1. There is only one true God who is eternally self-existent, infinitely perfect, and almighty. God’s name is I AM, meaning: “I AM, I WAS, I WILL BE” (Exodus 3:14) and He is the Creator of everything. We believe in the Doctrine of the Trinity – that God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit are each equally and eternally the one true God. Each is necessary, each is distinct, and yet, all are one. The three Persons appear in a logical and causal order. The Father is the unseen, omnipresent Source of all being who is revealed in and by the Son and experienced in and by the Holy Spirit. With reference to God’s creation, the Father is the Thought behind it, the Son is the Word calling it forth, and the Spirit is the Deed making it a reality. Continue reading