Friday, November 26, 2010

Angels appear to the Chinese

By: Rob Peralta

The following story comes from Paul Wong, a Chinese man who is a minister, and is devoutly involved in spreading God's truth in China and elsewhere. Although dated, this story nevertheless is awesome and shows how God goes out of His way to show the people His truth.

I (Paul) was brought to the True Jesus Church in Fuqing that had a tremedous revival in the mid-eighties. At that time the Fujian Theological Seminary organized a debate on the seventh day Sabbath issue. The Sunday keepers had three speakers and the Sabbath keepers also had three speakers. There were two speakers from the True Jesus Church and one from the Seventh Day Adventist Church(all in support of the seventh day Sabbath). The debate started on a Monday and ended on a Friday. It was fiercely contested and both sides claimed victory. But God had a very clear and decisive way of showing which side really won.

On the first Sabbath after the debate, one of the debate speakers from the TJC was preaching that day. As he was preaching about the Sabbath, a church sister that was sitting in the front pew saw an angel standing beside him. She made the remark that she saw an angel, after that several other people also saw the angel.

All of them gave a similar description of the angel. He was fair skinned, broad shouldered, had golden hair and was handsome looking. he was wearing a shiny, white garment. The next Sabbath more angels appeared and the news traveled fast. More church members attended the Sabbath service and the hall was packed to capacity. The angels appeared during the Sabbath services many more times after that.

Over a period of eight months there were 23 appearances of the angels during the Sabbath services. During that period the TJC in Fuqing enjoyed the GREATEST REVIVAL that they had ever know.

Many Sunday keepers also came and attended the Sabbath services hoping to see the angels, and they were not disappointed. The Sunday churches were so scared of losing their members to the TJC that they issued a public statement emphasizing the appearance of the angels was not because of the Sabbath, but because of the church building that originally belonged to them. Not many people were convinced of their rationale.

Paul goes on to say that the membership of the TJC increased tremendously! And he gave God all the praise. I can see this "great revival" happening very soon here in the US, and such signs and wonders will be freely seen and witnessed. Prepare yourselves people, God will open these acts shortly. Amen.


  1. I would be very careful of any sightings of "angels" and would ask whose angels were they. (Of God or Satan)

    If all supernatural sightings are automatically believed they are from God, these people (and the world) are setting themselves up for being deceived.

  2. When signs ( such as angels appearing) SUPPORT God's Law then, no, it MUST be belived as from God. Satan will not send his angels to guide man towards God's law---think about it.

  3. Does Satan not use the scriptures to deceive?

  4. He may try but those who look to God's word shall overcome all wiles of the devil. "To the Law and to the testimony, if they speak not these words, it is because they have no light"(Isaiah 8:20) These Chinese pastors were speaking of God's Law, therefore there was "light" in them, praise God!

  5., sorry. At no time are there witnesses to the "angels" testifying of God's Word or His Son and the haughty fruit speaks for itself...

    Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. Behold, I have told you before. (Mat 24:23-25)

    And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.
    (2Co 11:14-15)

    Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.
    (2Th 2:3-4)

    Been through the ringer once with that crowd ain't happening a second time.

  6. Let it be as you believe. Thanks for your opinion :-)

  7. An angel, almost surely. Whether fallen or not we cannot be certain for they left no teachings to compare with light already given by God (the Bible and inspiration).

    And that is the only way we can know whether one is genuine or deceiving: judging their words by the scripture.

    Skepticism is the appropriate response, then acceptance if what they say is in harmony with the Bible.

    Gods great mercy be with you all :)

  8. Yes, that would be key. Is the appearance in harmony with God's Law and teaching. I cannot see how satan would have his angels appear to support and confirm God's Sabbath--makes no sense. To deny God's power and signs is everyone's right, but for me I certainly believe Pual's account.